The following is a transcript of the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s daily briefing, where spokesman Hong Lei answered questions regarding journalist Melissa Chan’s expulsion.
BEIJING (China Daily Show) – The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has moved to erase the Internet, after Bo Guagua reversed his Ferrari over a 16-year old girl.
Dear dissident who can’t get arrested, My cat went missing while I was out walking it last week and my neighbour’s new bracelet looks a lot like her old collar.
BEIJING (China Daily Show) – A raft of Sino-Hollywood remakes is set to put Chinese cinema back in its rightful place, cultural relics officials say.
LINYI (China Daily Show) – The beloved soul legend was apparently attacked by government thugs while filming in Shandong province.
NEW YORK (China Daily Show) — Famed China-basher Gordon Chang says he now has a new set of dates for when Beijing’s ruling Communist Party will finally hit the road.
BEIJING (China Daily Show) — A foreign website luring innocent, single men into same-sex relations has finally been blocked on the mainland, according to police.
Grand Cayman (China Daily Show) – A secret blueprint has been leaked to foreign media that shows an unannounced – but ongoing – new project.
CANNES (China Daily Show) – An anti-government film set in Tibet seems destined for obscurity, after failing to elicit a single angry reaction from Beijing.
BEIJING (China Daily Show) — “Panguso”, a government-sponsored search engine, has quickly become the country’s leading search engine, according to official figures.