All the top stories from the last seven days:
- Our hopes of devouring delicious Double-Doubles in Shanghai were raised and then dashed all in the same week over an In-N-Out advertisement that was spotted recently.
- Huang Yasheng answers the question: “Does democracy stifle economic growth?”
- An unfortunate incident occurred in Xuhui when a man crushed a parking attendant with his car after he refused to pay the parking fee.
- A Chinese student in Beijing raised a ruckus by claiming he was “overjoyed” when he first heard the news of 9/11.
- We visited the Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair, and showed you photos of Fashion’s Night Out, the Shanghai Tourism Festival, manly manliness at Shanghai’s Anti-Terror Drill, China’s 9th Ethnic Minority Olympics, some sweet ink at a Tattoo Convention, and most recently, a fire at Beijing International Airport.
- At the World Economic Forum in Dalian, the ever snarky Rui Chenggang asked US’s China Ambassador, Gary Locke, “I hear you flew here coach. Is that a reminder that US owes China money?”