Spring is almost here, can't you feel it links.
Today is Learn From Lei Feng Day, in case you've forgotten. Read your links.
Kunming (above) has seen better days. It'll see great ones again, but we mourn for now. Links follow.
Reminder: Tomorrow is the deadline for Poetry Night in Beijing, so get those poems in. Also: our friends at the Bookworm would like you to know they've added a Beijing Literary Festival warm-up event for Sunday at 7:30 pm: He Jiahong, "one of China’s top experts in criminal evidence, evidential investigation and criminal procedure," will be by to talk about the mysterious case of She Xianglin, presumed murdered until she reappeared 11 years later. Click here for more info.
Enjoy the rain, Beijingers? Links to commemorate.
Let this be the first of several reminders that we’ll be seeking poems until March 1, i.e. this Saturday. Read on.
New York Times journalist Andrew Jacobs will be speaking on Saturday at 7:30 pm at Crossroads (40 rmb, 30 for students). He's been in these links editions before.
Sorry about the late links. Was... busy tonight.
Hope you had a nice Lantern Festival links. PS: I'm speaking at Dada on Wednesday at 7 pm or so for Beijing Creatives 7.0, so swing by if you're interested in some inside-baseball blog talk.
Happy Valentine's Day links.
The Bookworm Literary Festival event schedule is out, and our poetry event is included. (Tickets go on sale Saturday.) A reminder that submissions are being accepted until March 1. Links now.
The days of clear roads are over, Beijingers. Commiserate with links.
Sorry about missing Monday's links. It was a public holiday in two countries, after all.
Happy year of the horse links. Hope you have a good place to catch the Super Bowl on Monday morning.
Got your fireworks ready? Links time.
Hope you have Spring Festival vacations planned and all. Here are links.
Australia Day is Sunday. Happy Australia Day weekend links. By the way, the Li Na finals is tomorrow at 4:30 pm, and you should probably watch.
All are welcome! to these links.
Belated but here links. Also: a recommended event for you storytellers in Beijing: "Putong Hua: Secrets," Zajia Lab on Wednesday at 8 pm.
Try not to so predictably freak out over the air every time there's one bad day, eh folks? The AQI's below 100 as we speak. Read these non-air-related links.
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