Some China-related quotes you may have missed:
Hu Xingdou, a sociology professor at the Beijing Institute of Technology, on netizens challenging political authority:
"This is the era of disguised accountability. That means holding government officials accountable by relying on the Internet rather than on traditional means like elections and the checks by the Congress."
Jiang Ming’an, a Law professor at Peking University, on screening counterfeit entry visas:
"It’s almost impossible for the government to conduct thorough inspections on every company issuing invitation letters or work permits. It is also possible that some government officials may have helped and received kickbacks from visa agents and in that case, both parties should be held responsible."
Chen, an anonymous Chinese online gamer, on the government banning World of Warcraft:
"The only thing I want to say is I’m grieved. Why does such a good game have so many troubles in China when it’s running peacefully in other parts of the world?"
US President Barack Obama on his upcoming trip to China:
"I see China as a vital partner, as well as a competitor. The key is for us to make sure that that competition is friendly, and it’s competition for customers and markets, it’s within the bounds of well-defined international rules of the road that both China and the United States are party to, but also that together we are encouraging responsible behavior around the world.”