What important event, you ask? Some industrial scandal? Unrest in western provinces?
Nope. The important event worthy of full court coverage from China Daily is, of course, the March 1 redesign of China Daily itself.
For more gee-whizery like that, click through to the state owned and run paper’s site to watch a video heralding the paper’s new “cosmopolitan and sophisticated” style, complete with an complementary expat-on-the-street interview, shaky hand held closeups, and page count boasts.
(Via James Fallows, who has some other great examples of “surplus earnestness” from China Daily.)