Alle Einträge vom June, 2007

Nihewan 泥河湾, Hebei

Saturday, 30.6.2007


The armored car of Tangshan – a news rabbit hole

Saturday, 30.6.2007

Going down a news rabbit hole in China “Trying to confirm a Web report becomes a lesson in the uses and abuses of news on the Internet …”. Von Peter Ford (CS Monitor).


China enacts a labor law meant to improve workers’ rights

Saturday, 30.6.2007

Von Joseph Kahn und David Barboza. Quelle: IHT.


asien ruft zu uns das sie kommen

Saturday, 30.6.2007

Wie umgehen mit China? Spiegel-Online-Forum.


Disgorged straight into the taxi queue

Saturday, 30.6.2007

The best years of my life “Chris Patten was the last pampered and plumed Governor of Hong Kong …” (The Standard).


Helong 合龙

Thursday, 28.6.2007

“… Beide Teile der längsten Ãœberseebrücke der Welt sind am Dienstag in der Bucht von Hangzhou an Chinas Ostküste nahe Schanghai miteinander verbunden worden. Die 36 Kilometer lange Brücke soll bis nächsten Sommer für den Verkehr freigegeben werden …”. Quelle: Netzeitung/ dpa.


How to work with interpreters

Thursday, 28.6.2007

Quelle: Imagethief


China Telecom to tighten control against online porn

Thursday, 28.6.2007

Quelle: Xinhua.


Neighborhood revolutionary

Thursday, 28.6.2007

Ueber Sun Yat-sen in Hong Kong. Quelle: The Standard.


Chinese regulators find widespread abuses in food industry

Thursday, 28.6.2007

Von David Barboza. Quelle: IHT.


Users rage against China’s ‘Great Firewall’

Thursday, 28.6.2007

Nachtrag  Quelle: CNN


Die Töchter des chinesischen Gärtners / Les Filles du Botaniste

Thursday, 28.6.2007

Ãœber den neuen Film von Dai Sijie. Quelle: kino-zeit.de


China demands Pakistan to ensure security of its nationals

Thursday, 28.6.2007

Expressing serious concern over frequent terrorist attacks on Chinese nationals in Pakistan, Beijing has demanded “active measures” to prevent such incidents and “severe punishment” to the criminals. Quelle: Hindustan Times


In Food Safety Crackdown, China Closes 180 Plants

Thursday, 28.6.2007

Regulators said 33,000 law enforcement officials combed the nation and turned up illegal food making dens, counterfeit bottled water, fake soy sauce, banned food additives and illegal meat processing plants. Quelle: NYT


Dem Lauf der Sonne folgen

Thursday, 28.6.2007

Deutsche Wirtschaftsdelegation in Chongqing. Quelle: Handelsblatt


» Rote Gefahr im grünen Wald «

Wednesday, 27.6.2007

“… Großflächig kauften Chinesen in Deutschland ganze Wälder, warnte der Bund Deutscher Forstleute …”. Quelle: FTD.


China’s leader [Hu Jintao] vows to uphold one-party rule

Wednesday, 27.6.2007

Von Joseph Kahn. Quelle: NYT.


China’s leader vows to uphold one-party rule

Wednesday, 27.6.2007

Hu Jintao said that “socialist democracy” and “grass-roots democracy” were long-term goals of the party, and that it should make “active and safe” efforts to develop them. He also emphasized that such changes must proceed in an orderly way, without diminishing the party’s “leading role.” Quelle: NHT


Zehntausende schuften in Sklavenfirmen

Tuesday, 26.6.2007

Quelle: Die Welt/AFP/AP.


Chinesischer Entsorger an der Frankfurter Börse

Tuesday, 26.6.2007

Die Deutsche Börse wirbt seit längerem um Börsenkandidaten aus dem Reich der Mitte. Würde der Börsengang ein Erfolg, könnten weitere folgen. Quelle: Handelsblatt


Chinese visitors expect top hats but get all-night parties instead

Tuesday, 26.6.2007

“People use the internet for information on prices, but mostly they rely on Dickens and Pride and Prejudice and news images, often about the Royal Family, as a source.” Quelle: Times


A mystery in Beijing: Who runs the military?

Sunday, 24.6.2007

“… We can’t let Taiwan and the U.S. know how we are going to defeat them if the U.S. decides to send forces to intervene in a conflict over Taiwan …”. Von David Lague. Quelle: IHT.


China confirms 7 Chinese kidnapped in Pakistani capital released

Sunday, 24.6.2007

“… a Chinese couple, five of their women employees, and two Pakistani men …”. Quelle: Xinhua (vgl. Beitrag unten).


Radical students in Pakistan kidnap Chinese for ‘unislamic’ acts

Sunday, 24.6.2007

Militant madrassa students kidnapped 12 persons, including nine Chinese, from a massage parlour in the Pakistani capital for “un-Islamic acts”. Quelle: The Times of India


Wuxi in race as algae outbreak returns

Sunday, 24.6.2007

As many as 2,000 people have been working on lake Tai to remove fetid blue-green algae that are again threatening the water supply for millions of people. Quelle: The Standard