Alle Einträge vom 12.9.2006

Pandas are not important

Tuesday, 12.9.2006

Humanity, not money, to unite China, Taiwan “Recently, I read the Japanese version of a book recounting the ban on Freezing Point, a weekly magazine affiliated with the China Youth Daily … The book was written by … Li Datong, the editor-in-chief of the magazine … Lung Ying-tai, a famous writer in Taiwan, published an essay criticizing the ban in the form of an open letter to Chinese President Hu Jintao soon after the incident. Her essay caused a sensation in China … Lung wrote that pandas are not important, and the key issue is whether Beijing can share democratic values found in Taiwan …” Von Takuji Kawata (Daily Yomiuri Online). 


Polo-Spiel kehrt nach China zurück

Tuesday, 12.9.2006

Polo, the sporting symbol of privilege, arrives as Beijing tycoon taps into rising wealth and leisure time Jonathan Watts. Quelle: The Guardian. 


EU stands firm on arms ban

Tuesday, 12.9.2006

“… China’s glacial progress in improving human rights and its bellicose language over Taiwan have slowed the momentum on the issue …” Quelle: The Standard/ AP.


Kontrolle ausländischer Medien

Tuesday, 12.9.2006

Peking verbietet freie Verbreitung ausländischer Medien Peking hat mit scharfen Verboten seinen Anspruch auf hundertprozentige Kontrolle aller aus dem Ausland stammenden Medien, Fotos und Nachrichten durchgesetzt, die in China vertrieben werden. Von Johnny Erling (Die Welt).


“Chinesisch-deutsche Kunstakademie [in Hangzhou] eröffnet”

Tuesday, 12.9.2006

Quelle: china.org.cn Vgl. DAAD-Info “Etablierung eines deutschen weiterbildenden Master-Studiengangs im Bereich Bildende Kunst mit chinesischem Studienanteil ab September 2005.”


China Puts Stricter Limits on Distribution of Foreign News

Tuesday, 12.9.2006

Bericht von Joseph Kahn (NYT).


Chinese Riot Following Teacher’s Death

Tuesday, 12.9.2006

Quelle: NYT/ AP.