Bao Bao, an American-Born Panda, Steps Out in China

Tuesday, 28.3.2017

“… Mr. Tang was selected to work with Bao Bao in part because he speaks English as well as Chinese, an important skill to help haigui, or overseas returned, pandas to adapt to their new homes …” Von Karoline Kan. Quelle: NYT. Vgl. Artikel bei sohu.com.


Ein guter Freund in Washington – und ein sehr guter Freund in Peking

Sunday, 26.3.2017

Freihandelspakt mit China: Australien weist US-Kritik zurück (Handelsblatt)


Comac C919: China-Jet steht kurz vor dem Erstflug

Sunday, 26.3.2017

Quelle: spiegel.de


Nicht alle Solothurner Firmen haben in China Erfolg

Sunday, 26.3.2017

Von Franz Schaible. Quelle: Solothurner Zeitung.


Ambitious reforms for Beijing hospitals

Sunday, 26.3.2017

Quelle: /supchina.com


Duterte: Beijing ‘Really Want[s] to Make the Philippines a Province of China’

Sunday, 26.3.2017

Quelle: breitbart.com


Why are Chinese moving to Malaysia by the thousands?

Saturday, 25.3.2017

With an election looming, the country’s often fraught race relations are as complicated as ever, but that hasn’t dented its appeal to a ‘third wave’ of immigrants from China. “… the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme …” Von Tashny Sukumaran und Coco Liu. Quelle: SCMP.


Welcome to Yiwu: China’s testing ground for a multicultural city

Saturday, 25.3.2017

Von Helen Roxburgh. Quelle: Guardian. Vgl. Artikel in Huanqiu Shibao.


Demolishing Dalian: China’s ‘Russian’ city is erasing its heritage – in pictures

Saturday, 25.3.2017

Von Francesca Perry. Quelle: Guardian.


The 1,800 “enemy aliens” being held at Shanghai’s Lunghwa Civil Assembly Centre

Saturday, 25.3.2017

War, Detention, Revolution: Foreigner Recounts Shanghai History Fifty-year Shanghai resident Betty Barr on living in a World War II internment camp and publishing her mother’s diary from the era (Sixth Tone).


You have to get on board and see how they fish

Saturday, 25.3.2017

Inside China’s Almost-Totally-Legal $400M Fishery in Africa Von Laura Mallonee (Wired).


Empty offices, wary lenders: China’s faltering bid for AC Milan

Saturday, 25.3.2017

Von Adam Jourdan und Elvira Pollina. Quelle: Reuters.


Martin Walser zum 90. Der Wortkünstler und Weltverschönerer: Eine Gratulation aus Peking

Saturday, 25.3.2017

“Der chinesische Walser-Übersetzer Huang Liaoyu über den Dichterfürsten vom Bodensee …” Quelle: Tagesspiegel.


Not your daddy’s propaganda

Saturday, 25.3.2017

Cash, guns, and mistresses “In the Name of the People (rénmín de míngyì) is the title of a new TV series that premieres on March 28 on Hunan TV …” (supchina.com).


Straight Baby Talk: Children of Shanghai’s International Settlement

Friday, 24.3.2017

Nachtrag. Quelle: writingchina.net.


The Status of Women is Not an Issue for the Ru (Confucian) Tradition

Friday, 24.3.2017

Von Bin Song. Quelle: Huffington Post.


Leipziger Buchmesse: Schweizerin [Eva Lüdi Kong] erhält Übersetzer-Preis in Leipzig

Friday, 24.3.2017

Von Luzia Stettler. Quelle: SRF.


The fight for the Salween, mighty river still running free

Thursday, 23.3.2017

Nachtrag. Von Tom Fawthorp. Quelle: East by Southeast.


Als Transmann in China

Thursday, 23.3.2017

FOKUS: Körper Dazwischen Interview, übersetzt von Julia Buddeberg (GI).


Jeder zehnte Kukaner arbeitet in China

Thursday, 23.3.2017

Von Sarah Schierack. Quelle: Augsburger Allgemeine.


Chinese premier warns Australia ‘taking sides’ could lead to new cold war

Thursday, 23.3.2017

Von Katharine Murphy. Quelle: Guardian.


What China is getting right in ecommerce and what the West can learn

Wednesday, 22.3.2017

Von Alice Melnik. Quelle: thedrum.com.


Da Jie – Présentation

Wednesday, 22.3.2017

Blogpost von Brigitte Duzan,. “Poète du Hebei, Da Jie est en outre un auteur de mini-nouvelles …”


Secretive Billionaire [Duan Yongping] Reveals How He Toppled Apple in China

Monday, 20.3.2017

Quelle: Bloomberg


Brightly colored shared bikes have flooded Beijing

Monday, 20.3.2017

In Beijing, Two Wheels Are Only a Smartphone Away Von Didi Kirsten Tatlow (NYT).