Alle Einträge vom 11.9.2006

In einer Umgebung, in der fast niemand Englisch spricht

Monday, 11.9.2006

Nachtrag: Perlentaucher-Zusammenfassung einer Besprechung des von Jochen Schmidt übersetzten Shenzhen-Comics von Guy Delisle in der NZZ.  


I’m ready to pay the price

Monday, 11.9.2006

[Rebiya] Kadeer, 58, an ethnic Uighur jailed for more than five years in China for providing state secrets to foreigners before her exile, won a Rafto Prize for human rights in Norway in 2004 and has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize this year …” Quelle: NYT/ Reuters. Ferner Standard/ Reuters.


“Xiongdi” (”Brothers”) von Yu Hua (aktualisiert)

Monday, 11.9.2006

Besprochen von David Barboza (NYT): A Portrait of China Running Amok Ferner: Interview mit David Barboza zu diesem Buch.


Doing Business

Monday, 11.9.2006

China hat sich im neuen “Doing Business” Ranking der Weltbank für 2006 um 15 Plätze verbessert: Quelle


Will China be able to rebalance the trust deficit?

Monday, 11.9.2006

In what do we trust? “… trustability is built on a society, not on its laws alone …” Von James Rose (The Standard). 


Alibaba, AliFest

Monday, 11.9.2006

The thoughts of chairman Ma Issues of censorship and privacy do not detain the Yahoo! rescuer and TV star “… at Hangzhou … a giant festival of capitalism … AliFest claims to be the biggest gathering of entrepreneurs that China has ever seen. This lakeside resort was host to about 10,000 businessmen and women – buttonmakers and bankers, parts suppliers and booksellers, people in chemicals and steel. They had all come to learn how to make money and to listen to the man who runs the fastest growing market in China: Jack Ma, 41, the founder and president of the e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba …”, “‘… If the government is unhappy, you can’t do anything. I don’t want to argue whether it is right or wrong. I have to do business,’ he says. As with entrepreneurship, Ma’s reluctance to debate politics or human rights is entirely in keeping with the spirit of the age. ‘Even without the government telling me what to do, I tell my staff not to get involved. If there is anything sensitive, I tell them to clean it up,’ …”


Humanistische Grundzüge

Monday, 11.9.2006

Der neue Mao-Kult Peking feiert den früheren KP-Führer an dessen 30. Todestag. Die Verbrechen des Diktators werden hingegen ausgeblendet. Von Johnny Erling (Die Welt).


“China Time 2006″ in Hamburg

Monday, 11.9.2006

Kulturelle Entdeckungsreise in ein fremdes Land Die China Time 2006 bietet viele Veranstaltungen für die Hamburger Von Britta Hesener (Die Welt).


Monday, 11.9.2006

Peking-Bilder von Xiaming