Top-of-the-Week Links: Freedom House on Chinese Internet, another dumb barbecue “crackdown” in Beijing, and a ban on British cheese

Walking cabbages
Links! There are two events tomorrow that could be worth your time: Los Angeles Times reporter / North Korea expert Barbara Demick is talking at Crossroads at 7 pm, while Leslie Ann-Murray is launching a collective for emerging writers called Writing on Walls, with the first meet-up at 6:30 (again, tomorrow) at the Bookworm.

Mid-Week Links: Maoming protest spreads to Guangzhou, Yi Jianlian and Lester Hudson win CBA awards, and ticket giveaway for Friday’s Bunker Party

Tempest in Shenzhen and Guangzhou
Hey party people, we're giving away five tickets to Bunker Party Vol. 3: Toxic Decay this Friday at Basement in Sanlitun (featuring lasers, strobes, post-apocalyptic haze, DJ Half/N/Half, DJ Mike Hotten, DJ MO'O, and MRG; also, body-painting via Faceslap). All you have to do is like our Facebook page between now and Friday noon. We'll randomly generate five numbers and notify the corresponding winners that they've been placed on Bunker Party's special guest list.