Wu Nan

Wu Nan is a student of the Graduate School of Journalism, University of California at Berkeley. Wu Nan worked for the Boston Globe Beijing Bureau as a news assistant for three years. She also worked as a reporter for one and a half years at the Economic Observer, a Chinese national financial weekly based in Beijing. Her reports focused on the changes in modern China society and the world.

Army drivers must obey traffic laws – Me Old China

From Danwei: The Me Old China website has a story about new calls from the Chinese army to make their drivers actually obey the traffic laws: The People’s Liberation Army issued an order this weekend calling on drivers of military cars to obey the law and drive better as part of a campaign in Beijing […]

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China Long March Website Kick Off

From Sina Website via Jin Qian Website, translated by CDT: Several Beijing websites held a seminar at the well-known revolutionary town Zunyi(Èŵ‰πâ). Seminar participants took a tour of the revolutionary monuments, and commemorated the spirits of red army heros. Guizhou Province Propaganda Ministry deputy chief Yao Yuan announced the opening of the “China Long March […]

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Property policy to deter overseas speculators

From China Daily via Xinhua: The Chinese government continues to rein in overseas speculators in the country’s property market, as it is now requiring foreigners to get approval before they send funds out of the country that were earned from selling houses. According to a circular on management over foreign investment in China’s housing sector, […]

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‘Iron lady’ Wu shows mettle on global stage – Le Tian

From China Daily: She is known as “China’s iron lady,” but impresses the world with her soft tone and charming smiles. She dreamed of becoming a great entrepreneur in her youth, but turned into the only female figure in China’s core of political power. Elegant and intelligent, Vice-Premier Wu Yi(Âꥉª™Ôºâ, 67, is the world’s third […]

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