Black and White Cat translates a collection of headlines from the earliest editions of Xinhua Daily, Jiangsu Province’s oldest party newspaper. In its bid to oust the Kuomintang, the CCP positioned itself as a champion of democracy and demanded for change, human rights and general elections.
Tao Wang of UBS explains to Thomas Crampton why he thinks the new wave of unemployment is unlikely to cause unrest in China.
EastSouthWestNorth has a set of pictures of what is supposed to be Guangdong’s most run-down school.
Adam Minter of Shanghai Scrap arrives at the scene of the old convent building once occupied by the Shanghai members of the Sisters of Carmel and is disappointed to see that part of the building has come under the wrecking ball.