Alle Einträge vom October, 2007

China’s next step in space: New rockets for satellites and probes

Wednesday, 31.10.2007

Quelle: IHT/AP.


Auch Kanada empfängt den Dalai Lama

Wednesday, 31.10.2007

Quelle: NZZ


Necessary measures

Wednesday, 31.10.2007

Mainland to take necessary measures against “Taiwan independence” (Xinhua)


Let a hundred investments bloom

Wednesday, 31.10.2007

“China is now, for the first time, permitting its citizens to invest overseas … Stocks in China are more expensive than in any other major market in the world, yet thousands of new accounts are being opened every day …”. Von Jing Ulrich. Quelle: IHT.


Ansturm auf Olympia-Tickets endet im Chaos

Wednesday, 31.10.2007

Quelle: NZZ, ferner: Olympic ticket sales suspended (Xinhua).


Xiucai Nr.96/97

Monday, 29.10.2007

sind hier downloadbar.


Wachsamkeit im Umgang mit China

Sunday, 28.10.2007

Union sucht neue Freunde in Asien … Die Union führt diese Probleme auf die Systemkonkurrenz zurück: Ein “undemokratischer, nicht liberaler Staat” präsentiere sich im Rest der Welt mit wachsendem Erfolg als “alternatives politisches Ordnungsmodell”. Von Klaeden sprach sogar von einer “Autokratie mit rüdem Frühkapitalismus” … Von Sabine Muscat (FTD).


Dem Jangtse geht es besser als vermutet

Sunday, 28.10.2007

“… Für die im Fluss lebenden Fische sind die vergleichsweise geringen Schadstoffkonzentrationen eine gute Nachricht …”. Von Fabio Bergamin. Quelle: NZZ.


Stadt im Umbruch

Sunday, 28.10.2007

Nachtrag: Peking verwandelt sich in eine Megalopolis der globalen Welt. Von Soeren Urbansky. Quelle: NZZ.


Sanqingshan Mountains applied for world natural heritage

Sunday, 28.10.2007

Nachtrag. Quelle: Xinhua.


The National Palace Museum 國立故宮博物院

Saturday, 27.10.2007

Secret stash “The National Geographic Channel was granted unprecedented access to the vaults at the National Palace Museum …”. Von Ian Bartholomew (Taipei Times).


Growing Underground Is Making Noise in China

Saturday, 27.10.2007

“The feeling of the scene in Beijing is exciting and reminds me of New York in 1979″ … Quelle: NYT.


Stay indoors

Saturday, 27.10.2007

Pollution shrouds Beijing as Games approach Von Jonathan Watts (Guardian).


Letter from China: Separating fact from image on Tibet

Saturday, 27.10.2007

“… The third unpleasant fact is the ugly record of feudal rule by Tibetan lamas, which China naturally enjoys highlighting …”. Von Howard W. French. Quelle: IHT.


China vows to clean up polluted lake

Saturday, 27.10.2007

“… Details about the new cleanup campaign are somewhat sketchy …”. Von Jim Yardley. Quelle: IHT.


Rising star Xi [Jinping] to oversee HK

Saturday, 27.10.2007

Von Carrie Chan. Quelle: The Standard.


Chinesen fahren auf Volkswagen ab

Saturday, 27.10.2007

Quelle: Frankfurter Rundschau


Chen May-tchi’s (陳玫琪) opera The Firmiana Rain (梧桐雨)

Friday, 26.10.2007

Farewellconcubine ‘The Firmiana Rain’ shows that not only are Asians taking an increasingly prominent role in the classical music scene, they are also placing their own stamp on the genre. Von Ian Bartholomew  (Taipei Times).


China’s first lunar probe completes first orbital transfer

Friday, 26.10.2007

Quelle: Xinhua


More students choose EU over U.S.

Friday, 26.10.2007

Quelle: Xinhua


Full text of Constitution of Communist Party of China

Friday, 26.10.2007

Englische Übersetzung. Quelle: Xinhua. Chinesische Fassung hier.


Ang Lee loses in spread of Chinese talent

Friday, 26.10.2007

“Ang Lee’s Lust, Caution cannot qualify for the major categories at the Hong Kong Film Awards – a major honor in Chinese-language cinema – because not enough Hong Kong residents worked on the movie … The award qualification problem is a product of filmmakers from different parts of the Chinese-speaking world increasingly working together …”. Quelle: Standard.


Xi Jinping

Friday, 26.10.2007

Most corrupt officials are from poor families but Chinese royals have a spirit that is not dominated by money Choice of ‘princeling’ as the country’s next president came as a shock to many. Von Jonathan Watts (Guardian).


Ein gut situiertes Volk, das die Umwelt schont und in Harmonie lebt

Friday, 26.10.2007

Chinas Mondsicht Kommentar von Johnny Erling (Welt Online).


People are fed up putting money in banks

Friday, 26.10.2007

China puts brakes on economy, but only slightly Von Keith Bradsher (IHT).