Alle Einträge vom 2.8.2006

Wednesday, 2.8.2006

“Hängende Särge” (xuanguan) im Taihang-Gebirge (Provinz Shanxi), Juli 2006. Foto: Shen Yun


US accuses China for its own air pollution

Wednesday, 2.8.2006

… How could these researchers identify that the so-called air pollutants are from Asia? In particular, they not only determined that the pollutants were from China but also “precisely” detected that 25% of them were from China. Its credibility is questionable … Quelle: People’s Daily Online. Vgl. Eintrag vom 29.7..


Frugal Traveler: On a People’s Train from Urumqi to Beijing

Wednesday, 2.8.2006

Fortsetzung der Reportage von Matt Gross (NYT), vgl. 27.7.


The whole world is watching, we can’t make any mistakes

Wednesday, 2.8.2006

Umfangreicher Artikel von Jim Yardley (NYT) über die Restaurierung des Pekinger Kaiserpalastes.


Wednesday, 2.8.2006

Quelle: http://22catcher.com/2006-07.htm


Zentralverwaltung für den gelben Fluss

Wednesday, 2.8.2006

Johnny Erling über Wassermanagment am Huanghe und das Projekt NSBD (”Nan shui bei diao”, “Das Wasser des Südens nach Norden umleiten”). Quelle: Die Welt.


Lessons for Beijing emerge from the Dickensian smog

Wednesday, 2.8.2006

China is paying the price of rapid urbanisation and would do well to learn from Britain’s response in the 19th century … Von Tristram Hunt. Quelle: The Guardian.


“An unspeakable secret in Chinese earthquake history”

Wednesday, 2.8.2006

Tangshan Alarming Record is based on interviews with seismologists from Tangshan and Beijing who predicted the likelihood of a huge earthquake… Chan Siu-Sin in der SCMP vom 24.7. über ein Buch von Zhang Qingzhou. Quelle: AsiaMedia.