The English language edition of People's Daily, the official newspaper of the Communist Party of China, offers 18 RSS 2.0 newsfeeds.
In addition to feeds on current events in news, business, sports, and other areas, the paper devotes feeds to party leaders such as Chinese President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao.
Outside observers of China often look to People's Daily for clues about the inner workings of the government, as described in Wikipedia:
Newspaper articles in the People's Daily are often not read for
content, so much as placement. A large number of articles devoted to a
political figure or idea is often taken as a sign that that official is
In addition, editorials in the People's Daily are also still regarded as fairly authoritative statements of government policy.
Where's the schema or DTD for RSS? The samples are nice, and I've been aware of RSS for about five years or so and DW is always good at making things easy even for non-programmers, but a schema would be cool.
I know this isn't the place for this kind of comment, but I don't see answers or calls for questions anywhere else.
Hi! I have a question: Why do you HAVE to put the word "Communist" in front of "China"? I don't understand why it would be so hard to say just "China". After all, that's what the country's name is, isn't it?
I can see old mentality still at work here. What a sad situation - the world is changing - time to open your eyes....
chuck, I did like you. There seems to be no right place. I added my comments there: blogs.law.harvard.edu
I see that the folks over at SilMaril appear to have some kind of DTD: www.silmaril.ie
wow....no posts since 2005 yet people are still commenting like/are crazy. There is good info on this site so thanks for putting up the articles on RSS. Found it helpful. Also noticed it was referenced in a Yahoo article so this website is still going. chow.