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My post to NewsInChinese.com wouldn't go through, so I'll post this here:

What Chinese RSS feeds do you all know of? NewsInChinese has about four from XinHua. I've found a few that I like:

Sohu: http://rss.news.sohu.com/

Hexun: http://rss.hexun.com/rss/

These both have copius amounts of RSS feeds. Please list any other good feeds that you know of!

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看天下 maintains a directory of RSS feeds. I'm not sure how complete or useful it is, but probably worth a look.

Worth bearing in mind that if you like reading blogs, most blogs nowadays will have an RSS feed.


PS I've approved your comment on newsinchinese.com now - anything with two or more links gets tagged as spam and waits for admin approval.

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I'm bumping this old thread as I've recently been looking for Chinese RSS feeds. Does anyone have any interesting feeds they could share. Or interesting blogs/sites that would have RSS feeds.

I currently have--

BBC -- http://newsrss.bbc.co.uk/rss/chinese/simp/world/rss.xml

Google News -- http://news.google.com/news?ned=cn&topic=po&output=rss

Random Chinese SMS (thanks, roddy) -- http://www.randomchinesesms.com/?feed=rss2

Edit: Here's a few more:

Engadget Chinese- http://cn.engadget.com/rss.xml

These two have a bunch of categories:

Radio Free Asia: http://www.rfa.org/mandarin/rss/

Financial Times: http://www.ftchinese.com/rss.php

And then a bunch of Chinese-related sites like Hanzi Smatter, Sinosplice, AJATT, Signese, nciku blog (which posts five-characters-of-the-day everday), and of course, chinese-forums.

What I'm really looking for is non-news type feeds. For instance, I love BBC's Science/Nature feed, but there doesn't seem to be a Chinese version. Thanks.

Edited by Gleaves

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I'd like to add these 3 then

James Reynolds from BBC, comments on daily life and political topics:


By David Bell, professor of philosophy at Tsinghua University:

(Hasn't been updated since the olympics though) http://www.guardian.co.uk/profile/danielabell/rss

By Tim Johnson, the Beijing bureau chief for McClatchy Newspapers:


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Feedling is a simple program that puts rss feeds directly on your desktop (Windows, not sure about mac/linux alternatives). I've been looking for an easy way to do this and Feedling definitely fits the bill. Font, size, color, and position are all adjustable. Example of how I have ti set up below.


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