Weekend linkdump

The first bottles of Chateau Singapour will presumably be coming in 2012, and will cost $10,000 each if you want them signed by Lee Kuan Yew (five hundred bazillion American pesos in the old money).

The Onion, meanwhile, sues for copyright infringement.

The official Xinhua news agency cited Yi as saying that China’s current exchange rate regime, namely a managed floating system with reference to a basket of currencies, is the “best choice” for China.

Translation: “importing the Fed’s super-loose monetary policy into an economy already growing at 8% p.a. is ‘the best choice for China’, also we at the PBOC are doing vast quantities of hallucinogens in our policy meetings. YOU GUYS THE WALLS ARE MELTING”.