Alle Einträge vom March, 2007

Homeowner Stares Down Wreckers, at Least for a While

Tuesday, 27.3.2007

For weeks the confrontation drew attention from people all across China, as a simple homeowner stared down the forces of large-scale redevelopment that are sweeping this country, blocking the preparation of a gigantic construction site by an act of sheer will. Quelle: NYT


Deutsche Bank beantragt Lizenz in China

Tuesday, 27.3.2007

“… Dienstleistungen für Privatkunden in der lokalen Währung Renminbi …”. Quelle: FTD.


Der gute Mensch von Dongguan

Tuesday, 27.3.2007

“… Die Lebensverhältnisse chinesischer Arbeiter sind oft katastrophal. Ein deutscher Unternehmer beweist, dass es auch anders geht …”. Quelle: Spiegel Online. 


Chinese auditors reveal rampant corruption in highway construction

Tuesday, 27.3.2007

Quelle: Xinhua


China plant weltweit Milliarden-Investitionen

Tuesday, 27.3.2007

Nachtrag. Quelle: Spiegel Online.


Luo Lingyuan: Die chinesische Delegation, Roman, dtv, München 2007

Monday, 26.3.2007

“… ‘Die chinesische Delegation’ ist der erste Roman der auf Deutsch schreibenden Autorin …”. Besprechung von Matthias Dell im Freitag. 


What’s wrong with Thirteen Princess Trees? (十三棵泡桐)

Monday, 26.3.2007

“… The film concerns the lives of a group of high-school students …”. Von Joel Martinsen. Quelle: Danwei.


The noxious breath of the Chinese economic dragon

Monday, 26.3.2007

How China may save us Kommentar von James Rose (The Standard).


Der Gegenkandidat

Sunday, 25.3.2007

“Am Sonntag wählt ein Wahlgremium einen neuen Regierungschef für Hongkong. Erstmals seit der Rückkehr der Stadt zu China gibt es einen demokratischen Gegenkandidaten: Alan Leong. Von Harald Maass …”. Quelle: FR.


Xi Jinping

Sunday, 25.3.2007

“A rising Chinese political star and economic reformer has been named Communist Party boss of Shanghai, the party said Saturday, after his predecessor was ousted in a politically charged scandal. The appointment of Xi Jinping, currently party secretary for the booming province of Zhejiang, south of Shanghai, was announced in a one-sentence statement by the party Central Committee …”. Quelle: IHT/AP.


Wildes Land im Ozean der Gebirge

Sunday, 25.3.2007

“Das Leben im Osten des tibetischen Hochlands ist trotz der Einflüsse der chinesischen Politik noch immer von Traditionen geprägt. Auch Fremde sind eingeladen, daran teilzunehmen Von Jörg Kersten”. Quelle: Die Zeit.


China’s on-line transactions to hit 1.7 trillion yuan in 2007

Sunday, 25.3.2007

“The volume of online transactions in China could surge 55 percent to 1.7 trillion yuan in 2007, 1.69 trillion yuan of which is expected to come from transactions between corporate businesses …”. Quelle: Xinhua.


Late Chinese leader Mao Zedong’s second son dies

Sunday, 25.3.2007

Quelle: Xinhua


Auctions: Chinese collectors push prices to new levels

Saturday, 24.3.2007

Von Souren Melikian. Quelle: IHT.


China can teach Africa about population zeal

Saturday, 24.3.2007

Von Howard W. French. Quelle: IHT.


China moves to meet surging demand for Chinese language teachers

Saturday, 24.3.2007

Quelle: Xinhua


There’s only a Chinese Sung Dynasty, so it’s obvious where the item comes from

Saturday, 24.3.2007

Culture clash “Taiwan’s relaunch of its national museum with an exhibition of Chinese treasures that haven’t been seen by the public for a millennium has stirred much controversy. Cindy Sui reports …”. Quelle: The Standard. 


The ills are widespread, Li says

Friday, 23.3.2007

The `Iron Face’ of graftbusting “China’s financial watchdog, auditor-general Li Jinhua, has a mixed message for the investors who have spent US$74 billion (HK$577.2 billion) on shares in banks since 2001 … ‘It might take a whole generation to get these banks into reasonable shape.’ …”. Quelle: The Standard/ Bloomberg. Vgl. Artikel in IHT.


Sie wirken nicht unterdrückt

Thursday, 22.3.2007

Nachtrag: Mein Peking lacht Von Juli Zeh. Quelle: Die Zeit.


China boom riding on illicit loans

Thursday, 22.3.2007

Von Luo Jun und Simon Pritchard. “… The willingness of banks to break the law to finance stock trades  …”. Quelle: IHT/ Bloomberg.


US urged to open up to Chinese tourists

Wednesday, 21.3.2007

Von Xin Dingding. Quelle: China Daily.


Weddings gone wild

Wednesday, 21.3.2007

“… tens of millions of young people … want to tie the knot in a different way. Many choose to celebrate in churches, bars and in parks … ‘Unexpectedly, I cried when the clergyman asked me to say something to my husband,’ Zhai said … ’Most of my girlfriends also cried.’ That marriage is solemn business, is what a traditional wedding feast fails to reflect, she said …”. Quelle: Xinhua.


Historians agree on China-Japan joint study topics

Wednesday, 21.3.2007

“… The topics range from history of exchanges between China and Japan over 2,000 years, war in modern times to recent ties between the two neighbors in the past 50 years or so …”. Quelle: Xinhua. 


Happy Boy

Wednesday, 21.3.2007

China boys happy at TV chance (The Standard/AFP)


Pension crisis looms for China

Wednesday, 21.3.2007

Von Howard W. French. Quelle: IHT.