Alle Einträge vom 14.1.2007

Rights Group Says Conditions in China Worsen as Olympics Near

Sunday, 14.1.2007

Human Rights Watch: “Several high-profile, politically motivated prosecutions of lawyers and journalists in 2006 put an end to any hopes that President Hu Jintao would be a progressive reformer.” Quelle: NYT


China releases bilingual library of Chinese classics

Sunday, 14.1.2007

“China has just released globally bilingual Chinese-English books, ‘Library of Chinese Classics’(Da Zhonghua wenku), to better introduce Chinese culture to the outside world, according to the State Press and Publication Administration …”. Quelle: Xinhua.


Serious and responsible

Sunday, 14.1.2007

“China has always been “serious and responsible” in arms trade, said a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman on Sunday in response to a rumor that the rocket used in the U.S. embassy attack in Athens of Greece was made in China …”. Quelle: Xinhua. Vgl. Artikel von NYT/ Reuters.


Undersea terrain

Sunday, 14.1.2007

Internet services will not be fully restored until end of January (Xinhua)


Studiengebühren

Sunday, 14.1.2007

“Tuitions to China’s universities, which range from 5,000 yuan to 10,000 yuan (1,200 U.S. dollars) a year, are about 25 times higher than they were in 1989 …”. Quelle: Xinhua.