Alle Einträge vom August, 2007

Film director Ang Lee

Friday, 31.8.2007

Taiwanese-born Ang Lee returns to Chinese-language filmmaking with “Lust, Caution” (IHT/ AP).


China replaces key ministers

Friday, 31.8.2007

Von Jim Yardley. Quelle: IHT.


MAN will Lastwagen und Motoren bald auch in China bauen

Friday, 31.8.2007

Quelle: Welt Online.


The world’s first constitution

Friday, 31.8.2007

Genghis Khan banned gay sex Researchers have republished Genghis Khan’s code of laws, which banned homosexuality. “Genghis Khan’s Code,” published by the Beijing-based Commercial Press, contains Chinese and English versions of the code as well as interpretations of the laws based on research findings … (Shanghai Daily).


As China rises, pollution soars

Friday, 31.8.2007

Nachtrag. Von Jim Yardley und Joseph Kahn. Quelle: IHT.


China reports possible sighting of river dolphin thought to be extinct

Friday, 31.8.2007

Quelle: IHT/AP


Chinesen kneifen vor Daimler und BMW

Friday, 31.8.2007

Quelle: Die Welt.


Merkel kämpft in China für die Menschenrechte

Thursday, 30.8.2007

Quelle: FTD


China kauft keine strategisch wichtigen Firmen in Deutschland

Thursday, 30.8.2007

Von Peter Ehrlich. Quelle: FTD.


Chinas Finanzminister «aus persönlichen Gründen» zurückgetreten

Thursday, 30.8.2007

Quelle: Welt Online / dpa.


Kanzlerin trifft regimekritische Journalisten

Thursday, 30.8.2007

Auch die Dissidenten loben Angela Merkel Von Johnny Erling (Welt Online).


Premier Wen gewährt Merkel Redefreiheit

Thursday, 30.8.2007

Von Andreas Lorenz. Quelle: Spiegel Online.


Der große Sprung zum offenen Wort

Thursday, 30.8.2007

Von Mariam Lau. Quelle: Welt Online.


Peking kündigt “Schlacht” um Produktqualität an

Friday, 24.8.2007

Quelle: Die Welt/ Reuters.


Survey: More Chinese use transliteration of western names

Friday, 24.8.2007

Quelle: Xinhua


Bank of China reports extent of exposure to subprime crisis

Friday, 24.8.2007

Quelle: IHT/ AP.


Believe in Made in China

Friday, 24.8.2007

China pushes back following scandals “The ruling Communist Party is intensifying its campaign to shore up the reputation of China as a trading powerhouse following a spate of embarrassing product recalls and contamination scandals …”. Von David Lague (IHT).


Staubiger Reis

Wednesday, 22.8.2007

“Teil 3 der FAZ.NET-Video-Serie mit der Olympionikin und China-Kennerin Britta Heidemann …”. Link.


Expats open homes, hearts to Chinese babies

Wednesday, 22.8.2007

By Jenny Hammond. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


Intern month

Wednesday, 22.8.2007

A little bit of substandard history repeating itself (time for a holiday) (Beijing Newspeak)


Vulgarization of American journalism

Tuesday, 21.8.2007

Bashing China for lack of press freedom shows absence of journalism Von Wang Yong (Shanghai Daily).


Yi [Zhongtian] has gone too far this time

Tuesday, 21.8.2007

Don’t dumb-down learning for Gen-Y “… A literature professor flirts with his female colleague to amuse their young audience at a book fair event. New official Chinese textbooks replace some classical texts with chapters from popular kungfu novels. These examples go beyond open-mindedness, they represent overindulgence ..” (Shanghai Daily).


Qingdao – ganbei with the world!

Monday, 20.8.2007

Bottoms up in Qingdao “The city’s international beer festival continues to grow in its own quirky Chinese way. Dinah Gardner joins the party …” (The Standard).


Fueling fury over exports

Monday, 20.8.2007

“… As the product safety issue explodes ever further, China has inexplicably announced a media crackdown …”. Kommentar von James Rose. Quelle: Standard.


Chinese flocking in numbers to a new frontier: Africa

Monday, 20.8.2007

Von Howard W. French und Lydia Polgreen. Quelle: IHT.