Alle Einträge vom September, 2008

Manche Fremdsprachen sind fremder als andere

Tuesday, 30.9.2008

Literarisches Ãœbersetzen aus dem Chinesischen und Englischen. Von Susanne Hornfeck. Quelle: Deutsch-Chinesisches Kulturnetz.


Hamburgs vergessene Chinatown

Tuesday, 30.9.2008

Bildstrecke. Quelle: Spiegel.


taz: China verschmutzt Grönlandeis

Tuesday, 30.9.2008

Nachtrag


AIDA, von Elton John und Tim Rice

Tuesday, 30.9.2008

“Musical AIDA … will be playing theatres across China …”. Quelle: Xinhua.


China to step up fight against trafficking in women, children

Tuesday, 30.9.2008

Von Wang Zhuoqiong. Quelle: China Daily.


Konsumentenschützer in China sagen weitere Skandale voraus

Tuesday, 30.9.2008

Von Bernhard Bartsch. Quelle: NZZ.


Joseph Needham

Tuesday, 30.9.2008

The man who discovered China Andrew Anthony bespricht im Guardian “Bomb, Book and Compass: Joseph Needham and the Great Secrets of China” von Simon Winchester.


Airbus produziert jetzt Flugzeuge in China

Tuesday, 30.9.2008

Von Johnny Erling. Quelle: Welt.


Cadbury recalls 11 products

Tuesday, 30.9.2008

“… could contain … melamine …”. Quelle: Guardian.


Account of China attack raises doubts

Tuesday, 30.9.2008

Von Edward Wong. Quelle: IHT.


China has confidence

Sunday, 28.9.2008

Premier Wen: China has confidence to ensure fast, sound economic growth “… 2008 Summer Davos Forum in the north China port metropolis of Tianjin …” (Xinhua).


Typhoon Jangmi to hit east Taiwan this afternoon

Sunday, 28.9.2008

Quelle: China Post.


China zwischen Markt und Plan

Sunday, 28.9.2008

“Handelspartner klagen … über Hemmnisse und Staatsdirigismus …”. Von Christiane Kühl. Quelle: FTD.


Chinas erster Gang durchs All

Sunday, 28.9.2008

Quelle: FR/AP/dpa.


HK finds melamine in Chinese-made milk tablets

Sunday, 28.9.2008

Von Dikky Sin. Quelle: China Post/AP.


Democracy, but not yet

Sunday, 28.9.2008

The combination of being a journalist and a foreigner still makes you an object of extreme suspicion in China. Lindsey Hilsum’s last letter from this fascinating country. Quelle: New Statesman.


Orang-utans and lion latest victims of China milk scandal

Sunday, 28.9.2008

Von Rachel Stevenson. Quelle: Guardian.


China gelingt erster Weltraumspaziergang

Sunday, 28.9.2008

Quelle: NZZ


Lapses let tainted milk flow

Sunday, 28.9.2008

“… The dairy scandal raises the core question of whether the ruling Communist Party is capable of creating a transparent, accountable regulatory structure within a one-party system …”; “… We couldn’t do any investigation on an issue like this, at that time, in order to be harmonious ..”. Von Jim Yardley und David Barboza. Quelle: IHT.


Zhou Zhenglong

Sunday, 28.9.2008

China farmer sentenced for faked rare tiger photos (IHT/AP).


September 2008

Thursday, 25.9.2008

Quelle: 22catcher.com


Eklat bei der Deutschen Welle

Thursday, 25.9.2008

Über den Streit um die Journalistin Zhang Danhong. Bericht im Spiegel. Dazu ferner Artikel der Berliner Zeitung.


First shave – entrance to manhood

Thursday, 25.9.2008

“Five hundred 18-year-old freshmen men at Shanghai’s Fudan University had their first shave yesterday in a ceremony celebrating their entrance to manhood …”. Posting von Eric Mu. Quelle: Danwei/ Yangzi Wanbao.


No work for Chinese in Taiwan

Thursday, 25.9.2008

“To assuage fears that Chinese students could impact on the labor market, Council of Labor Affairs (CLA) Chairwoman Wang Ju-hsuan (王如玄) gave assurances yesterday that Chinese would not be allowed to work in Taiwan …”. Quelle: Taipei Times.


Auf die Partei und die Regierung vertrauen

Thursday, 25.9.2008

Milchskandal-Opfer sollen nicht klagen Von B. Bartsch und W. Balsen (FR).