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What Does Gadhafi's Fall Mean for China, rest of Asia? WSJ | China Real Time Report

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previous What Does Gadhafi's Fall Mean for China, rest of Asia? Tripoli might seem a long way from Beijing or Seoul, but the region's global trade linkages and rising middle-class mean that events in Libya will have a knock-on effect. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14213?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Watch: Hong Kong's Domestic Helpers Push for Permanent Residency A landmark labor suit, filed by a Filipina domestic helper seeking permanent residency in Hong Kong, has struck at the core of the territory's often fraught relationship with its guest workers, and raised fundamental questions about its judicial independence from Beijing. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14212?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * China Storms into Wind and Solar Power When an industry is this reliant on government subsidies, the last thing it needs is a dose of market forces. The indust

WSJ | China News - China Real Time Report : Video: Chinese Road Trip in North Korea

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previous CHINA REAL TIME REPORT MAIL from the Wall Street Journal Online. June 16, 2011 -- 6:00 p.m. GMT+08:00 ___________________________________ Video: Chinese Road Trip in North Korea China's rapidly expanding network of highways, burgeoning obsession with the car and swelling stocks of disposable income have conspired to remake a once quintessentially American past time -- the road trip -- into the height of recreational fashion among monied Chinese weekenders. Now it appears China's road warriors have the pursuit to a place no American is allowed to roam. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=13930?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * For China's Rich, Paris Is Calling The richest Chinese travelers take an average of 15 vacation days a year; they prefer the Shangri-La Hotels brand above others and for a holiday, they would rather visit France than the U.S. One reason they're traveling overse

WSJ | China Real Time Report | Chinese Entrepreneurs Flying High.

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previous CHINA REAL TIME REPORT MAIL from the Wall Street Journal Online. May 26, 2011 ___________________________________ Chinese Entrepreneurs Flying High --> http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=13824?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * China's Gold Intake: Like Sending Oil to Saudis China's emergence as the world's biggest consumer of gold needs to be considered alongside a lesser appreciated fact: The country is also the biggest producer of the yellow metal. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=13823?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Prepare for an Attack of the China Bears Pessimists say China's unbalanced growth can't be sustained. Should they be believed? http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=13822?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Offline Fine for China's Top "Online" Travel Site Ctrip, the Chinese "online" travel business that handles most bookings over the telephone, still sees a futur

WSJ | China News China - Real Time Report: China's Race with the Gender Gap

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previous CHINA REAL TIME REPORT MAIL from the Wall Street Journal Online. April 29, 2011 ___________________________________ China's Race with the Gender Gap China has rolled out new population figures, unearthing-among a host of fresh data-some revealing information on the gender gap. The good news: China's gender gap is shrinking. The bad news? http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=13695?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Asia Today: China's One-Child Plan Scrutinized China's latest census data show the nation's population is aging rapidly. This means a shrinking labor force which could stutter the nation's economic growth. Is it time to revise China's one-child plan? http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=13694?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * China Watch: Aging Population, Baidu's Big Profits New census figures show China's population

WSJ | China News - China Real Time Report: The Non-Spy Who Loved Me .

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previous Still Active In China, Google Hunts For New Business     CHINA REAL TIME REPORT MAIL from the Wall Street Journal Online. March 28, 2011 ___________________________________ The Non-Spy Who Loved Me South Korea's Prime Minister's Office announced Friday morning that this month's "Shanghai scandal" is not an espionage case after all, though it is a case of serious misbehavior by Korean officials. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=13540?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Still Active In China, Google Hunts For New Business While it continues to battle the Chinese government over censorship and privacy concerns, Google Inc. is pushing forward with a bid to find new business. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=13539?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Video: Hong Kong Parents Hoard Japanese Baby Formula As fears spread over contaminated food from Japan, Hong Kong parents are buying up supplies of Japanese