NewsBites: A Message from China, No Limits on Campaign Spending, Fashion’s Spring 2010, Vacationing in Haiti, and Tonight’s Telethon.

China gives Hillary the finger: ‘Keep meddling in our censorship laws, and you’ll be sorry!’ [NYT]

A decision has been made on the campaign finance debate that had been dragging on recently: The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the government cannot limit political spending by third party interest groups. See what this means for the strength of lobbyists and corporations. [NYT]

This Spring: Patterns, patterns, and more patterns! See Vogue‘s Spring 2010 Shopping Guide. But will the balmy weather last? [Vogue]

An interesting debate rages on: Royal Caribbean has resumed its cruise stop on the peninsula of Labadee, just miles away from Port-au-Prince. The private beach was unaffected the quake, and through million dollar investments by multinational corporations, has become a “private paradise,” of sorts. But would you vacation there now? Some say “we already had our ticket.” [CNN]

And don’t forget to tune into what’s expected to be a star-studded multimillion dollar telethon. Hope for Haiti. Tonight at 8!

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