Alle Einträge vom 26.9.2006

Wohin weht der frische Wind?

Tuesday, 26.9.2006

KP-Chef von Shanghai stürzt über Korruptionsskandal Politbüro-Mitglied Chen Liangyu ist in systematische Veruntreuung von Sozialgeldern verstrickt. Für Chinas Präsident Hu Jintao steckt hinter der Absetzung Chens jedoch mehr als der Kampf gegen Korruption. Von Johnny Erling (Die Welt), dazu Kommentar: Hu Jintao setzt sich durch.


Congressional-Executive Report 2006

Tuesday, 26.9.2006

“The Congressional-Executive Commission on China released its 2006 Annual Report on human rights conditions and the development of the rule of law in China to the President and the Congress on Wednesday, September 20 …” Download hier. Xinhua-Kommentar hier.


Qualified

Tuesday, 26.9.2006

“Qualified foreign institutional investors (QFIIs) earned more than 20 billion yuan (2.5 billion U.S. dollars) in China in the past three years, said Sun Jie, an official with the China Securities Regulatory Commission …” Quelle: Xinhua.


Long beard, broad mouth and big ears

Tuesday, 26.9.2006

“… The China Confucius Foundation (CCF) on Saturday unveiled a standard portrait of ancient philosopher and educator Confucius in order to give him a single, recognizable identity around the world … A standard portrait is needed so that different countries could have the same image of him … The sculpture depicts Confucius as an old man with a long beard, broad mouth and big ears …” Quelle: Xinhua.


Shanghai’s Party Leader, Mistrusted by Hu, Is Purged

Tuesday, 26.9.2006

Von Joseph Kahn. Quelle: NYT.