The Editors suggest checking out the following links:
- Culture Flows Through English Channels, but Not for Long – – “does Chinese just become the new hub, with all the spokes (at least the Asian ones) leading toward it?”
- Virtual China: QQ numbers: property under law? – QQ numbers have economic value, says “professor and legal expert” Zhao Bingzhi
- Part 2 China: Cracking the Mobile Ad Biz w Bar Codes – Wireless World Forum – A reader responds to a CER article: “it’s outlandishly futures oriented…”
- Outsourcing: Ripoff Nation – “I can tell you absolutely we understand how [Chinese companies] work, and all of the cultural things, much better than our white-owned counterparts”
- Our Far-Flung Correspondents: The Train to Tibet: Reporting & Essays: The New Yorker – “What will the greatest rail journey on earth do to its destination?”
- Comment: China reforms its death penalty laws – “A key reform is to reduce the number of executions.”
- China: More than just Shanghai and Beijing – During the last two decades of rapid economic growth, China’s second-tier cities have developed at their own pace as the central government and foreign investors have focused on boomtowns such as Shanghai and Beijing.
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