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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 (2 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

Chen Guangcheng big escape baffles Chinese

News : The Coming Crisis (2 years ago)

Chen Guangcheng, the blind Chinese lawyer who won global acclaim for uncovering rights abuses under China's "one child" policy, has escaped from house arrest, according to his supporters. Chen had been unable to leave his home in ea... Read Post

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

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