. . . Is in Chinese. See my column at Pajamas Media, on how the Chinese are getting skeptical of the IPCC and its data. A recent article concludes:
Ancient Chinese considered three a breaking point. They could forgive two errors, but not a third. Now that the IPCC has admitted three “human” errors, isn’t it time scientists gave its work a serious review?
Actually, this understates it; the number of errors is far more than three, and still counting.
The subtitle of the article notes the irony: Who would have thought Chinese state-run media could give more thorough coverage of Climategate than the U.S. MSM?
A commenter adds: "That writing is in Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi and English as well:"
India forms new climate change bodyThe Indian government has established its own body to monitor the effects of global warming because it “cannot rely” on the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the group headed by its own leading scientist Dr R.K Pachauri.