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BUZZ


“So what happens on day two?” -Madeline Albright on Mitt Romney's plans to label China a


currency manipulator on “day one” of his presidency “Tis is shaping up to be an election to select the person


who gets to apologize to China.” –Freelance journalist Dave Pell on the US presidential elections


“Huawei, Weiwei, Weibo, Weixin – newcomers to


China must feel like they're wei in over their heads” -Baidu spokesperson and writer Kaiser Kuo


“We are not afraid of democracy…[the absence of political reform] is


due to insufficient theoretical preparations.” -Gong Fangbin, a professor at the PLA National Defense University


“I'm not afraid of marriage; I'm just not ready theoretically,” -A user on Sina Weibo playing off of Gong Fangbin’s statement


“All these buildings around here is crazy. Buildings on top of


buildings everywhere." -Mario Chalmers, a player for the Miami Heat, tweeting during a visit to Shanghai for an exhibition game


“Maybe in 100 years.” -Author and 2012 Nobel prize winner Mo Yan when


asked in a 2008 interview when he thought a Chinese writer would be awarded a Nobel Prize


Source: Bloomberg,Twitter, Twitter, WSJ, WSJ, Twitter, WSJ


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