Alle Einträge vom January, 2008

We must not ignore the wild gyrations of Asia’s traders

Thursday, 31.1.2008

The booming economies of China and India are not invulnerable – as the experience of Japan in the 70s demonstrates. Von Bill Emmott. Quelle: Guardian.


Transcend worldliness

Thursday, 31.1.2008

Qigong serves as vehicle for China’s cultural promotion … “When people have fewer diseases and material desires, they can live in harmony and peace,” said Hu. “However, a result-oriented attitude may lead to problems and failure. Instead, we should enjoy the process and practise the lifestyle.”… Von Ren Ke und Zhou Erjie (Xinhua).


An Asian century?

Thursday, 31.1.2008

Von H.D.S. Greenway. Quelle: IHT.


Geld beiseite legen, um Verluste auszugleichen

Thursday, 31.1.2008

Kreditkrise erreicht asiatische Banken (FTD)


Storms cause chaos in China with more snow forecast

Thursday, 31.1.2008

Quelle: IHT/AP.


HK: Compensated dating

Wednesday, 30.1.2008

Designer labels lure young girls into prostitution “… Some begin to fear men and no longer believe in romance …”. Von Nickkita Lau (Standard).


‘The Olympics Are a Propaganda Show’

Wednesday, 30.1.2008

Spiegel Interview with Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei. Quelle: Spiegel Online.


Italian Style Is Refracted Through a Chinese Lens

Wednesday, 30.1.2008

“Xiao Bai’s ‘Farewell My Concubine’ from the China National Opera House is touring the United States …”. Opernkritik von Bernhard Holland.  Quelle: NYT.


Migrants advised to stay put

Wednesday, 30.1.2008

“… in Guangdong, a southern province with 30 million migrant workers …”. Quelle: Xinhua.


Premier Wen Jiabao took a megaphone in hand …

Wednesday, 30.1.2008

Wen speaks to calm snow and travel crisis (Xinhua)


Before Olympic Games, China quells dissent

Wednesday, 30.1.2008

Von Jim Yardley. Quelle: IHT.


China starts payments to atom test personnel

Wednesday, 30.1.2008

… payments to “some military personnel and civilians” who took part in nuclear tests … Von David Lague. Quelle: IHT.


Mobilfunk

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

Handy am Bambusrohr “Chinas Mobilfunkkonzerne konzentrieren ihr Wachstum vorerst aufs Inland …”. Von Claudia Wanner (FTD).


Beijing-Hamburg train halves time by sea

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

“Chinese trade with Europe is about to be revolutionised by the rebirth of the old overland silk route – this time via rail … The first train, carrying electrical goods, clothes and ceramics from Beijing, arrived in Hamburg late last week …”. Von Harry de Quetteville. Quelle: Telegraph.


Shanghai: where everyone’s faking it

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

Almost nothing is quite what it seems in the world’s bustling counterfeit capital, writes Rhymer Rigby … Quelle: Telegraph.


24 die in worst Chinese blizzards for 50 years

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian.


Schmetterlings-Präparate

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

Illegalem Handel die Flügel gestutzt (FR)


Patiently seek out acquisition targets abroad

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

Blood on the streets, blinkers on the media Von Jeremy Goldkorn (Danwei).


Schnee und Eis in Shanghai

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

Foto: RM. Quelle: Flickr.


Plan to Extend Shanghai Rail Line Stirs Middle Class to Protest

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

Von Howard W. French. Quelle: NYT.


National Aquatics Centre

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

Beijing’s Bubble – Wrapped “Water Cube” Unveiled (NYT/ Reuters)


Snow-inflicted chaos

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

China works to limit snow-inflicted chaos ahead of Spring Festival (Xinhua)


Severe snowstorms batter China

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

Von Howard W. French. Quelle: IHT.


China announces continuation of measures to ease inflation

Tuesday, 29.1.2008

“… price control measures on a package of products, including grain, edible oil, meat, milk, eggs …”. Quelle: Xinhua.


Shanghai index sinks 7.2% to six-month low

Monday, 28.1.2008

Von Lydia Chen. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.