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04.17.15 US and EU Criticise Chinese Journalist’s Jailing for ‘Leaking State Secrets’
Guardian / Tania Branigan
Gao Yu vows to appeal her 7-yr sentence for allegedly leaking Document 9, revealing Party hostility to human rights.
History, Law, Media, Politics
04.17.15 China Raises Red Flag on Its Stock Markets
Wall Street Journal / Chao Deng
Regulator warns investors not to borrow money or sell property to buy shares. 
Business, Economy
04.17.15 Opinion: Gao Yu Verdict Sends Clear Message to Regime Critics in China
Deutsche Welle
Chinese journalist Gao Yu's seven year sentence again shows how Beijing authorities deal with critics of the regime.
History, Law, Politics
04.17.15 Images Show Rapid Chinese Progress on New South China Sea Airstrip
Reuters / David Brunnstrom
China's new airstrips sit in a shipping lane through which $5 trillion of trade passes each year.
History, Military, Politics
04.16.15 Why Do the Chinese Hack? Fear
War on the Rocks / Enrique Oti
To ensure its survival, the Chinese Communist Party has decided that it must control the Internet. 
Law, Media, Politics, Technology
04.16.15 Chinese Journalist Sentenced to 7 Years on Charges of Leaking State Secrets
New York Times
The verdict came five months after the trial, a delay that lawyers said suggested some indecision about the case.
04.16.15 New Asian Development Bank Seen As Sign Of China’s Growing Influence
NPR / Jim Zaroli
Obama worries the new bank will compete with the Western-led World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
Business, Economy, Law
04.16.15 Rewarding Character and Reportage
New York Times / James Estrin
Kevin Frayer, a freelance photographer who works for Getty News in China, has won the 2015 Getty Images and Chris Hondros Fund Award. Diana Markosian, 25, was selected for the fund’s emerging photojournalist award.
04.15.15 BMW China Dealers Press Auto Maker for More Financial Support
Wall Street Journal / Rose Yu and Colum Murphy
In letter to German luxury car maker, dealers call on BMW to set more realistic sales targets.
Business, Economy, Environment
04.15.15 China’s Biggest Chip Maker’s Possible Tie-Up With H-P Values Unit at Up to $5 Billion
Wall Street Journal / Eva Dou
Tsinghua Unigroup in talks to buy a controlling stake in Hewlett-Packard unit H3C Technologies.
Business, Law, Military, Technology

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