Alle Einträge vom March, 2009

China resorts to wind for green power

Tuesday, 31.3.2009

Quelle: Xinhua


Vorwürfe gegen Deutsche Welle entbehren jeder Grundlage

Tuesday, 31.3.2009

Hans Leyendecker über das Ergebnis der Untersuchung von Ulrich Wickert. Quelle: SZ.


China and Argentina in currency swap

Tuesday, 31.3.2009

“… pushing to end the dominance of the dollar as a worldwide reserve … The deals underscore China’s loss of faith in the US currency …”. Von Jude Webber. Quelle: Financial Times.


The spinternet is being built by the “50 cent party”

Tuesday, 31.3.2009

Propaganda.com Von Evgeny Morozov (NYT).


Sengeshong Journal: With Explosions of Color, Tibetan Art Flourishes

Tuesday, 31.3.2009

Von Edward Wong. Quelle: NYT.


There are no Taiwanese in Taiwan

Tuesday, 31.3.2009

Taiwan Buddhist master [Hsing Yun 星雲]: ‘No Taiwanese’ “Some participants at a world Buddhist forum [in Wuxi] said that there were obvious signs of political meddling …”. Von Loa Iok-sin  (Taipei Times).


Langstreckenschwimmen vom Festland nach Quemoy

Tuesday, 31.3.2009

Taiwan to take down navy barricade (Shanghai Daily)


Visa-free China visit for travellers

Monday, 30.3.2009

“… if they enter through the island of Hainan … There are conditions attached …”. Quelle: The West Australian/ DPA.


China to reopen Tibet for tourists on April 5

Monday, 30.3.2009

Quelle: topnews.in/dpa.


Peking fährt seine Propagandamaschine gegen den Dalai Lama hoch

Monday, 30.3.2009

Von Johnny Erling. Quelle: Welt.


Yangzi-Delta setzt auf Hochgeschwindigkeitszüge

Monday, 30.3.2009

Quelle: gtai


No-one rules the world

Monday, 30.3.2009

“US economic power is crumbling, but China is not yet ready to take over the reins …”. Von Martin Jacques. Quelle: New Statesman. Zum Inhalt vgl. 英国媒体峰会前夕聚焦中国 (Caijing).


Back to the island

Monday, 30.3.2009

Benefits of Taiwan’s door to China fade “… For many other Taiwanese with businesses and work in China, flights are now one way — back to the island …”. Von Don Lee (Los Angeles Times).


China could shut down Britain

Monday, 30.3.2009

China ‘could use BT network to launch cyber attack and cripple Britain’ Von Rebecca Camber (Daily Mail).


“GhostNet 鬼网” – massive Chinese computer espionage network uncovered (aktualisiert)

Monday, 30.3.2009

Von Paul Harris. Quelle: Guardian. Dazu NYT-Artikel von John Markoff und Artikel bei Spiegel-Online.


EU tells China to be patient

Monday, 30.3.2009

“… the G20 summit will be too early to decide on China’s calls for more say in global financial bodies …”. Von Chris Buckley. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


Visit every village and household in the countryside

Monday, 30.3.2009

Rural areas targeted in crackdown on HFMD “… more than 41,840 cases …” (Shanghai Daily).


周小川详述国际货币体系改革建议

Monday, 30.3.2009

Von den SDR zur “übernationalen Reservewährung 超主权储备货币” – vor dem G20-Gipfel erläutert der chinesische Zentralbankchef Zhou Xiaochuan seinen Vorschlag. Quelle: Caijing.


Taoyuan festival focuses on legacy of the Chiangs

Sunday, 29.3.2009

Quelle: Taipei Times.


Targeted downtown quarters

Sunday, 29.3.2009

City to increase pace of resident relocation to new apartments Von Dong Zhen (Shanghai Daily).


Clash of Subways and Car Culture in Chinese Cities

Sunday, 29.3.2009

“… Most of the tunneling machines here were made by Herrenknecht of Germany …”. Von Keith Bradsher. Quelle: NYT.


YouTube Again Accessible

Sunday, 29.3.2009

Von Edward Wong. Quelle: NYT.


Drill, Kader, Gesang und Sand

Sunday, 29.3.2009

Aus dem PHOENIX-Sendeplan für Montag, 30.03.:

14.00 Drill, Kader und Gesang: Chinas Kinder unter Druck. Film von Nicole Bölhoff, ARD-Studio Peking, PHOENIX/2008.

20.15 Wüsten im Vormarsch: Chinas Kampf gegen den Sand. Film von Ralf Dilger, Ingo Herbst, Klaus Feichtenberg, ZDF/2007. Quelle: Presseportal/ Senderinformation.


To erase English from the college examination is an action of great historical significance

Saturday, 28.3.2009

Chinese and English language, a love and hate relationship Von Emma Lupano (People’s Daily Online).


Buddhism as a balm

Saturday, 28.3.2009

China turns to Buddhism to calm Tibet, Taiwan tensions “… Buddhist forum at [Wuxi] …”. Von Lucy Hornby (Reuters).