Marcové čítanie 3

Televízna relácia o právach zákazníkov tentoraz nezvozila zahraničné firmy. English needed CLXIV.

EU demands tougher action against ‘systemic rival’ China

Disillusioned Bureaucrats Are Fleeing China’s Ministries

Food delivered to the doorstep is not so cheap in China anymore

Činština v 21. storoči – nekonečny proces dizajnovania pisma

Why Northeasterners Love Their Bathhouses

In China, many are impressed that, yes, you can sue the U.S. government

Reddit Has Become A Battleground Of Alleged Chinese Trolls

So You Want to Be a Pop Star in China

China’s current-account surplus has vanished

China Experiences a Fracking Boom, and All the Problems That Go With It

Maoism marches on: the revolutionary idea that still shapes the world

China’s wealthy families are turning to long holidays abroad as efforts to emigrate halted

Chinese central bank gives advice on how to win over a future mother-in-law

China’s funding for science and research to reach 2.5 per cent of GDP in 2019

Three reasons to think twice about China’s stock slump

China spreading ‘positive news’ of strong export rebound in early March after February plunge

Thousands of Tibetans protest on 60th anniversary of uprising against China, as state media defend Beijing’s rule

Western Transparency Is Fueling Chinese Repression

Lost in translation: ‘Economic diplomacy’ with Chinese characteristics

Why is there more dissent inside Beijing’s legislative ‘two sessions’ this year?

China transfers US$4.7 billion of PICC shares to state pension fund, part of a programme to shift assets to make up for shortfall

Chinese student’s comics about her cancer raise US$30,000 for medical bills after Weibo appeal

Chinese woman pays US$44,710 back to crowdfunders who helped her father

Wife Calls for Released Lawyer’s Freedom to Travel

Chinese students graded on number of WeChat friends

In China, scandal engulfs a big seller of traditional medicine

China’s north-east is the home of bawdy song-and-dance

China is to blame for South Korea’s air pollution. Really?

Big companies on alert in countdown to China’s consumer rights TV show

Concrete: the most destructive material on Earth – podcast

Chinese consumer rights show prompts action on factories turning plastic medical waste into toys

The threat of ‘education’ still hanging over China’s prostitutes

Zozbieral: Tibor Blažko

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