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Top China Stories from WSJ: Chen Saga, Facebook Alternative, Evernote Expands

The Chen Guangcheng saga shows how much distance and suspicion remain between China and the U.S.; investors seeking alternatives to Facebook could consider buying a big chunk of the Chinese Internet.
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10 things you need to know today: May 2, 2012

News : The Week: News & Opinion (3 years ago)

1. CHINESE DISSIDENT TO STAY IN CHINAA senior U.S. official announced that Chen Guangcheng, the blind Chinese activist at the center of a diplomatic row between the U.S. and China, will remain in China after the government agreed to... Read Post

Top China Stories from WSJ: Social Recruiting, Chen Guangcheng, Badminton

Local Interest / China : China Journal - WSJ.com (2 years ago)

Companies looking for hints on how to use social media for recruiting may want to keep an eye on China; Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng blasted Beijing for its apparent failure to investigate the brutality he suffered; a badminton... Read Post

Top China Stories from WSJ: Chen Says Deal Faces Barriers, Sinopec Pressure, GM Sales

Local Interest / China : China Journal - WSJ.com (3 years ago)

Blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng said barriers remain before the U.S. and China can fully defuse their sticky diplomatic situation; Sinopec's hostile bid for China Gas Holdings faced its latest test; GM's April sales rose. Read Post


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