Alle Einträge vom May, 2007

Chinese film operator unites with steel maker in digital film business

Friday, 25.5.2007

“Two unlikely business partners inked a deal on Thursday that could result in the construction of a network of digital cinemas with 2,000 screens across China. The China Film Group Corporation (CFGC), one of the country’s leading film operators, announced its joint venture with the Shougang Group, China’s leading steel maker, to explore the country’s digital cinema market ..”. Quelle: Xinhua.


Investors may be not too crazy

Friday, 25.5.2007

“… a change brought about by the stock fever: the Chinese are paying more attention to the country’s economic development and governmental policies, according to a report by China News Service … There are signs the market is cooling as evidenced by a slowdown in the opening of new A-share accounts …”. Von Dong Zhixin. Quelle: China Daily.


China to be more constructive on Darfur

Friday, 25.5.2007

Quelle: China Daily


Bad public order nearby, don’t stop

Wednesday, 23.5.2007

The writing is on the wall … Some of the more popular slogans are encouraging and persuasive, such as: “Both boys and girls are future pillars of the country,” “One child, more banknotes” or “To become rich, give birth to fewer children but build more roads.” Some can be insulting: “To be rich, give birth to fewer children and raise more pigs.” … Von Wu Zhong (Asia Times).


Wealth management comes to China, but not every customer is happy

Wednesday, 23.5.2007

Von Ted Plafker. Quelle: IHT.


China eases demand that bloggers use real names

Wednesday, 23.5.2007

Quelle: IHT/Reuters.


Ancient ceramics discovered off Xisha Islands

Wednesday, 23.5.2007

Quelle: Xinhua


Chinese sailor rescued after 20 hours trapped in sunken ship

Wednesday, 23.5.2007

Quelle: Xinhua


Chinese villagers riot over stricter population-control

Tuesday, 22.5.2007

“… an assault on the government offices of Shapi Township, Bobai County, by thousands of peasants …”. Von Joseph Kahn. Quelle: IHT.


Daimler krempelt China-Strategie um

Tuesday, 22.5.2007

Quelle: FTD


Changqing TV Creation Industry Garden

Tuesday, 22.5.2007

New “Grand View Garden” to be built (Xinhua)


Seeds of suicide

Tuesday, 22.5.2007

“… The suicide rate for women in China is 25 percent higher than for men, and the rural rate is three times the urban rate. In Western countries, men are at least twice as likely and sometimes four times as likely as women to commit suicide, studies show. But in China, being young, from the countryside and female is an especially lethal combination …”. Quelle: The Standard. 


New high as A shares shrug off tightening

Tuesday, 22.5.2007

Quelle: The Standard.


China seeks to play down $3 billion investment in Blackstone

Tuesday, 22.5.2007

Von Keith Bradsher. Quelle: IHT.


Chris Spira

Monday, 21.5.2007

“21 Simple Moments – A Colorful Journey Through Asia” Fotoausstellung Chris Spira im Arch Cafe, Wukang Lu No.439, Shanghai. Eröffnung am 30.5., 20.30.


“… darin ähneln sie den Deutschen”

Monday, 21.5.2007

Die chinesische Staatsführung überzieht das Land planmäßig mit neuen Straßen, Flughäfen, Fabriken Von Georg Blume (Die Zeit).


Auction house Sotheby’s sues Chinese copycat

Monday, 21.5.2007

Quelle: IHT/AP.


Guangxi culture vessel

Monday, 21.5.2007

Feature: “Guangxi culture vessel” visits Malaysia (Xinhua)


Law to crack down on crimes against juvenile disabled

Monday, 21.5.2007

Quelle: Xinhua


Massacre or crackdown? You decide.

Monday, 21.5.2007

I say “tomato”, you say “massacre”, let’s call the whole thing off Quelle: Imagethief (Blog).


IMF: Chinese move to put FOREX reserves in private equity firm no cause for concern

Monday, 21.5.2007

Quelle: IHT/AP.


Hollywood macht Druck – Chinas Angst vor den Darfur-Spielen

Saturday, 19.5.2007

“… Der Filmregisseur und künstlerische Berater der Olympischen Spiele 2008 in Peking, Steven Spielberg, hatte in einem Brief an Staatspräsident Hu Jintao Chinas Darfur-Politik kritisiert. Pekings Führer fürchten einen Boykott der Spiele …”. Von Harald Maass. Quelle: FR.


China takes steps to curb its surging economy

Saturday, 19.5.2007

Von Keith Bradsher. Quelle: IHT.


Chinesen im Aktien-Kaufrausch

Saturday, 19.5.2007

“Wertpapiere finden reißenden Absatz / Kurse schnellen in die Höhe / Warnung vor Crash mit weltweiten Folgen Chinas Börsen boomen: Alte und junge, arme und reiche Menschen kaufen Aktien. Inzwischen sei der Markt in einem ‘irrationalen Stadium’, warnt ein Banker …”. Von Harald Maass. Quelle: FR.


Doppel-Fisch 雙魚碟

Friday, 18.5.2007

Songzeitliches Porzellan. Foto: Ken Chi-tzong Hong (flickr)