Alle Einträge vom July, 2006

Chinesischer UN-Beobachter im Libanon getötet

Wednesday, 26.7.2006

26.7.2006  “A Chinese UN observer was among the four UN peacekeepers killed in an Israeli air strike on south Lebanon on Tuesday night …” Quelle: People’s Daily Online.


On the ‘Middle Way’ of the Dalai Lama

Wednesday, 26.7.2006

“… What the Dalai Lama says sounds reasonable at first glance; and he has given up the “independence of Tibet” and turns to work for the interest of the Tibetans. However, if one takes a closer look …” Quelle: People’s Daily Online.


Helping China spend the surplus

Wednesday, 26.7.2006

26.7.2006 Glosse von Stephen Green. Quelle: Business Week.


China plant Kürzung von Export-Steuervergünstigungen

Tuesday, 25.7.2006

meldet BBC.


“Lijiang-Impressionen”

Tuesday, 25.7.2006

The second outdoor production of China’s leading film director Zhang Yimou debuted on Sunday at the foot of Yulongxue (Jade Dragon Snow) Mountain in southwestern China. Around 500 local people from 10 ethnic groups have been selected from 16 towns and villages in Lijiang of Yunnan Province to perform daily folk songs, dances and rituals for tourists … In 2003, Zhang … created the first installment of their out-door “Impression” series, “Impression Liu Sanjie,” in the mountain and river scenery of Yangshuo, a world-renowned scenic resort in south China, which proved a hit at the box office. By the end of this June, the performance attracted more than one million audiences and annually turned in nearly 100 million yuan (around 12. 5 million U.S. dollars).  Quelle: People’ Daily Online.


Is China’s 10.9% growth rate overheating?

Tuesday, 25.7.2006

“… First, with such a high savings rate, what else can we do if not to invest? Second, with such a high production capacity as a result of active investment, what else can we do other than export? …” Quelle: People’s Daily Online.


中国经济失控了吗

Monday, 24.7.2006

“Ist Chinas Wirtschaft ausser Kontrolle?” Teilübersetzung des Artikels “Is China growing too fast for comfort?” von Brian Bremner aus der Business Week. Quelle: people.com.cn


Marriage to a foreigner: smooth sailing or a full of challenges?

Monday, 24.7.2006

“… For most Chinese, marriage is a lifetime affair, but foreigners place more importance on their feelings …” Quelle: peopledaily.com.cn


Besuch in Indien schockt China-Korrespondenten der BBC

Monday, 24.7.2006

India struggles to catch China Von Rupert Wingfield-Hayes. Fazit: “China is not a free society, and it has immense problems. But its successes should not be underestimated.” Quelle: BBC.


Film über Bruce Lee [Li Xiaolong] geplant

Monday, 24.7.2006

Bruce Lee’s family plans to produce a film on the late martial arts star, the first such movie it has actively supervised, the Chinese company making the motion picture said Sunday …” Quelle: NYT/AP.


Sandsturm erreicht Theaterparkett

Monday, 24.7.2006

Theater: Sandsturm im Parkett Erstmals darf in China ein Werk die Umweltschäden im Lande kritisieren – mit Unterstützung des Ministeriums. Von Johnny Erling (Die Welt).


Strategie für alternative Energiequellen

Sunday, 23.7.2006

中国启动“替代能源战略” 醇醚燃料走向前台 Schwerpunkt: Kohlebasierte Treibstoffe wie Methanol (甲醇) und Äthanol (乙醇) Quelle: people.com.cn

 


Wieder Forderungen nach Renminbi-Aufwertung

Sunday, 23.7.2006

Eine Überdosis Wachstum Chinas Wirtschaft wächst so schnell wie seit zwölf Jahren nicht mehr. In Peking herrscht zunehmend Angst vor Überhitzung. Handelspartner fordern deshalb eine Aufwertung der Landeswährung Renminbi. Von Christiane Kühl (Die Welt).


Zentralbank um Abkühlung bemüht

Sunday, 23.7.2006

The central People’s Bank of China has stepped up efforts to curb runaway loan growth by ordering commercial lenders to increase the proportion of deposits they must set aside as reserves, the second such move in just over a month …”. Von Mark Lee (The Standard).


Nachwehen des Taifuns Bilis

Sunday, 23.7.2006

China deaths spark cover-up claim “Tropical Storm Bilis hit on 14 July, causing massive flooding and forcing three million people from their homes … The state government in Hunan threatened to punish officials who misrepresented the number of those killed …”. Quelle: BBC. Vgl. Artikel der NYT.


Stop selling jets to Taiwan, US urged

Saturday, 22.7.2006

“Beijing has lodged a solemn objection with Washington…”. Quelle: China Daily/ Xinhua.


China verschärft Ton gegen ausländische Immobilieninvestoren

Saturday, 22.7.2006

… Die englischsprachige Tageszeitung “China Daily” erschien jetzt mit der programmatischen Schlagzeile: “Befreit den Immobilienmarkt von ausländischen Spekulanten”. Kommentar der Welt.


Li Peng inspiziert Shenyang

Saturday, 22.7.2006

http://cpc.people.com.cn/GB/64093/64387/4615264.html


Female writer [Chen Lan] opposes resistance to sexual assault

Saturday, 22.7.2006

Von Yu Nan (chinadaily.com.cn).


Exchange rate reform is a gradual process

Saturday, 22.7.2006

Kommentar von Yi Xianrong (China Daily).


China’s Surge Raises Fears of Runaway Economy

Saturday, 22.7.2006

Von David Barboza (NYT). Link


Fotoausstellung “Humanism in China”

Friday, 21.7.2006

Schimäre des Ich Die Fotoausstellung “Humanism in China” im Frankfurter Museum für Moderne Kunst. Von Marli Feldvoss. Quelle: Freitag


“China läuft heiß”

Friday, 21.7.2006

“Vor allem der Bauboom und die hohe Kreditvergabe müssten gebremst werden… Export bleibt Motor des Aufstiegs …“ Artikel von Harald Maass in der FR. Dazu Kommentar: Unter Volldampf.


Liu Xiaobo, Hu Ge und Li Xinde über die Rolle des Internets

Friday, 21.7.2006

“… what does the internet mean to people in China? BBC News spoke to a dissident [Liu Xiaobo], a film-maker [Hu Ge] and a journalist [Li Xinde] …” Interviews mit Rupert Wingfield-Hayes (BBC).


Cyber dissidents

Friday, 21.7.2006

Amnesty backs ‘cyber dissidents’ Von Bobbie Johnson, technology correspondent. Quelle: The Guardian.