- Sky Canaves of WSJ’s China Journal tells us of the first lawsuit in China involving “human flesh search engines” whereby the plaintiff has been awarded damages.
- Baidu, the search engine that’s been accused of helping Sanlu censor negative websites in exchange for payment, has just announced a $15 million plan to improve its online video system by taking an 8.3 percent stake in the Chinese video platform operator UiTV, writes The Inquisitr.
- ChinaSmack highlights a handicapped beggar’s awesome sidewalk art on the streets of Guiyang.
- EastSouthWestNorth posts a series of pictures of the latest mass incident in Changchun — turns out it was just a training exercise conducted by riot police.
Picture of art by handicapped Guiyang beggar from ChinaSmack