Photo by Arnd Dewald.
A few links to start off your day:
- The world is not quite ready for China as the world’s second largest tourism market, says the Boston Consulting Group.
- G20 sets conditions for the Chinese yuan to join the IMF’s special drawing right.
- President Hu Jintao urged for an immediate ceasefire in Libya in his meeting with French President Nicolas Sarkozy on the sidelines of the G20 conference.
- Gady Epstein of Forbes writes about rising Internet titan Zhou Hongyi of Qihoo who doesn’t appear to have many friends in the industry, but who’s clearly having his day after a successful IPO at the NYSE.
- MSNBC’s Behind the Wall has a shocking story of a young man who was pretty much forced into selling his kidney.
- Netease is encouraging microbloggers to write their own epitaphs before Qingming, the Tomb Sweeping Day.
- Foreign companies are sexy no more for the Chinese graduate, according to the blog Foreign Entrepreneurs in China.