Alle Einträge vom 1.8.2006

Transrapid: Entwarnung

Tuesday, 1.8.2006

Deutscher Transrapid sticht Konkurrenten aus Der Technologie-Vorsprung ist derzeit nicht einholbar. Keiner von Chinas fünf Magnetbahn-Prototypen ist bislang einsatzbereit. Von Johnny Erling (Die Welt).


Makroökonomische Massnahmen gegen “breakneck growth”

Tuesday, 1.8.2006

“China’s economy reported breakneck growth in first half year. Now officials and experts are saying that more macro control measures must be adopted to rein in the galloping economy … With oodles [Unmengen] of money and investment flushing around in the economy while progress on social issues remains slow, China’s economic development is becoming unbalanced …”. Quelle: People’s Daily Online.


We feel soured

Tuesday, 1.8.2006

“The Qinghai-Tibet Railway becomes a major event of world focus, and some Western media have sent reporters to take trains along the new rail route for field coverage. However, we feel quite soured and saddened after reading some of these reports and commentaries from the Western media colleagues …” Kommentar der People’s Daily Online.


Oldtimer Rallye Hamburg-Shanghai erreicht ihr Ziel

Tuesday, 1.8.2006

“Die Fahrer hatten viele Pannen, aber noch mehr Eindrücke” Von Hein Schlüter. Quelle: Die Welt.


China Confirms Church Demolition, Arrests Two

Tuesday, 1.8.2006

“China confirmed on Tuesday it had torn down a newly built Christian church that it said was built without approval, and it arrested two people in the eastern city of Hangzhou … About 3,000 Christian residents in Hangzhou, capital of the coastal Zhejiang province, clashed with police on Saturday after authorities sought to demolish the church, according to the Hong Kong-based Information Center for Human Rights and Democracy.” Quelle: NYT/ Reuters.