Alle Einträge vom February, 2009

Freefall

Saturday, 28.2.2009

“Hong Kong exports plunged 21.8 percent in January …”. Von Benjamin Scent. Quelle: Standard.


Police ’shot monk’ who set himself on fire

Saturday, 28.2.2009

Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian.


Beckham irate Chinese Viagra-type product placed him in commercial

Saturday, 28.2.2009

Von Tom Ferda. Quelle: Sports Examiner.


Foreign spouses targets of discrimination

Saturday, 28.2.2009

US cites continued rights abuses in Taiwan (Taipei Times)


China condemns sale of bronzes at Paris auction

Saturday, 28.2.2009

Von Steven Erlanger. Quelle: IHT.


Google, Wikipedia

Saturday, 28.2.2009

Götz von Berlichingen auf Chinesisch Von Wolf Kantelhardt (Welt).


Volkswagen: Jedes Jahr vier Autos für China

Saturday, 28.2.2009

Von Andreas Hoffbauer. Quelle: Handelsblatt.


Piratenüberfall im Golf von Aden vereitelt

Saturday, 28.2.2009

Quelle: NZZ/AP.


Für den Weiterverkauf in China

Friday, 27.2.2009

Russland: Marine-Angehörige schmuggelten Raketen (FR/dpa)


Expect to feel some isolation

Friday, 27.2.2009

Adapting to a Chinese workplace (China Media Blog/ China Rises)


China starts work on Shanghai-Hangzhou fast rail link

Friday, 27.2.2009

Quelle: Channel New Asia/AFP.


Duo maomao 躲猫猫 (aktualisiert)

Friday, 27.2.2009

Tödliches Versteckspiel “… Viele Chinesen vermuten, die Polizisten hätten Li Qiaoming … beim Verhör halb totgeschlagen …”. Von Henrik Bork (SZ). Vgl.
男子看守所“躲猫猫”致死 网友呼吁公布真相 (Xinhua) und Artikel in Shanghai Daily. Update: China’s Answer to a Crime Includes Amateur Sleuths Von Andrew Jacobs (NYT). Vgl. Blogeintrag von David Bandurski. Update: China ‘hide and seek’ prisoner was beaten to death (Kyiv Post/ Reuters).


China – Stark durch die Krise

Friday, 27.2.2009

Kommentar von Joachim Zepelin (FTD).


China to grow 8%?

Friday, 27.2.2009

Quelle: Straits Times/AP.


Shanghai stocks hold on

Friday, 27.2.2009

Blogeintrag von Tim Johnson (China Rises/McClatchy).


China assails U.S. report on human rights

Friday, 27.2.2009

Von Michael Wines. Quelle: IHT.Dazu: China hits back with report on U.S. human rights record (Xinhua).


Chinas düstere Prognose

Friday, 27.2.2009

Von Johnny Erling. Quelle: Welt.


Chinesische Autoren auf der Leipziger Buchmesse

Thursday, 26.2.2009

Bi Feiyu 毕飞宇, Xi Chuan 西川, Huang Beijia 黄蓓佳, Shu Ting 舒婷, Xu Lu 徐璐 und Gao Hongbo 高洪波. Quelle: BIZ Peking.


Druckfehler – Zeitung in China bringt aus Versehen Parteikritik

Thursday, 26.2.2009

Quelle: FR/dpa.


Tibetans greet New Year in solemn opposition

Thursday, 26.2.2009

Von Edward Wong. Quelle: IHT.


China stützt Deutschland mit Milliarden-Aufträgen

Thursday, 26.2.2009

Quelle: Welt/Reuters.


Expo 2010 will attract massive attention across the planet

Thursday, 26.2.2009

“… this theme is even more relevant as people might be putting less importance and interests on their financial lives, but more on the cities, their collective lives and daily lives …”. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


Three set themselves on fire in Beijing protest near Tiananmen Square

Wednesday, 25.2.2009

Von Richard Spencer. Quelle: Telegraph. Update: Drei Männer setzen sich in Peking in Brand Von Johnny Erling (Welt).


China Trying to Break the Euro?

Wednesday, 25.2.2009

“… Last week while trading the EURO / USD pair I noticed something strange. During the Asian market hours … a very large player was dumping a tremendous amount of Euros onto the market and buying up dollars …”. “… So who is large enough to do this? Who would benefit from this? China. …”. Von James Bibbings. Quelle: Seeking Alpha.


Forest fire put out at China-India border in Tibet

Wednesday, 25.2.2009

Quelle: China Daily.