Alle Einträge vom July, 2007

Gleichzeitig Nehmer- und Geberland

Tuesday, 31.7.2007

China ist drittgrößter Empfänger von [deutscher] Entwicklungshilfe Von Manfred Schäfers (FAZ).


Buchbesprechung: Kolonialkrieg in China

Tuesday, 31.7.2007

Mechthild Leutner / Klaus Mühlhahn (Herausgeber): Kolonialkrieg in China. Die Niederschlagung der Boxerbewegung 1900-1901. Links Verlag, Berlin 2007. Buchbesprechung von Hans Jochen Pretsch (FAZ).


Absolute Children

Tuesday, 31.7.2007

Zhu Deyong: return to childhood with “Absolute Children”. Quelle: Xinhua.


Die Dongba sterben aus

Tuesday, 31.7.2007

Nachtrag. Petra Kolonko ueber die Kultur der Naxi. Quelle: FAZ.


Grass roots culture in DIY videos

Tuesday, 31.7.2007

“… the popularization of easy video software has enabled a lot of amateurs to produce and remix short films on their personal computers …”. Quelle: Xinhua.


Börse lockt chinesischen Online-Konzern

Tuesday, 31.7.2007

“… Die Alibaba-Gruppe mit Sitz im ostchinesischen Hangzhou hat sich binnen wenigen Jahren zum größten Internetmarktplatz der Welt gemausert. Die Firma, 1999 von Jack Ma, einem Englischlehrer, gegründet, dient als Plattform, um Hersteller und Einkäufer aus Unternehmen weltweit zusammenzubringen …”. Quelle: FTD.


Beijing launches double strategy

Tuesday, 31.7.2007

“… ordering banks to set aside more deposit reserves and instructing local governments to keep inflation in check …”. Von Katherine Ng. Quelle: The Standard.


Steel, property stocks lead bourse to record

Tuesday, 31.7.2007

“… The gain on the local bourse stands in sharp contrast to massive loses on Wall Street late last week that triggered sell-offs in other parts of the world …”. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


Bad News Tests China’s Propaganda Arm

Sunday, 29.7.2007

President Allows Some Criticism as Officials Scold Reporters Over Negative Stories. Von Edward Cody. Quelle: Washington Post.


Shenzhen: Knock-off artists churn out Chinese painters

Saturday, 28.7.2007

Von John Ruwitch. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


Keep cadres clean

Saturday, 28.7.2007

Chen [Liangyu] case will be used as lesson to keep cadres clean (Shanghai Daily)


Baby it’s hot

Friday, 27.7.2007

Quelle: Shanghai Daily


China gives out meat from reserves amid severe flooding

Friday, 27.7.2007

Quelle: IHT/Reuters


Olympiade-Tourismus, Peking 2008

Friday, 27.7.2007

Quelle: Die Welt


Inferior quality is an understatement

Friday, 27.7.2007

“… Fake Chinese versions of the latest and last Potter book are already on sale at Shanghai’s streetside stalls …”. Von Zou Qi. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


Shenzhen Museum: Xia, Shang, Zhou treasures

Thursday, 26.7.2007

An exhibition “Ancient Chinese Civilization — Treasures of Xia, Shang, and Zhou Dynasties from Henan Province” is being held at Shenzhen Museum, where visitors can see hundreds of artifacts excavated from Henan Province… Quelle: Xinhua.


Taiwan plans to revise textbook references to China

Thursday, 26.7.2007

Quelle: IHT/AP


The angry professor [Zhang Jiehai] writes a book

Thursday, 26.7.2007

Von Joel Martinsen. Quelle: Danwei.


Ex-party chief in Shanghai ousted from Parliament

Thursday, 26.7.2007

Von Joseph Kahn. Quelle: IHT.


Promote Peking Opera as much as ‘Super Girl’

Thursday, 26.7.2007

Von Joan Fang. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


Rainwater catchment

Wednesday, 25.7.2007

China spreads cellar trick for rainwater conservation (Xinhua)


Official: “Mass incidents” involving labor disputes on the rise

Wednesday, 25.7.2007

Quelle: Xinhua


China banks on a breakthrough

Wednesday, 25.7.2007

Von Katherine Griffiths und Mark Kleinman. Quelle: Standard.


Strangling women and selling their bodies as “corpse brides”

Tuesday, 24.7.2007

Return of the corpse bride (The Standard)


China steps up measures to boost pig supply, control pork prices

Tuesday, 24.7.2007

Quelle: Xinhua