The BBC is reporting that China "may attempt a manned space flight to usher in the Year of the Dragon which begins on 5 February."
Meanwhile, the Chinese government is moving to stamp out that pesky threat, Internet Cafes. No, not because said cafes are pretentious, snotty, and expensive; the crackdown is happening because "The Communist Party regards technology as potentially the biggest threat to its power and views with alarm the spread of 'cyber' cafés and the use of the Internet by dissidents."
(Credit Drudge for the links.)
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