Alle Einträge vom 7.4.2009

Chongqing

Tuesday, 7.4.2009

Chinas Westen kennt keine Krise Von Roland Rohde (Handelsblatt/gtai).


Shanghai: Interessiertes Publikum für ‘Das Kapital’

Tuesday, 7.4.2009

Markus Wanzeck über ein Musicalprojekt von He Nian. Quelle: FTD. Vgl. chinesische Übersetzung eines Artikels von Tania Branigan.


Aus Korea: Asbestverseuchtes deutsches Babypuder für China

Tuesday, 7.4.2009

Asbest im Babypuder Von Christian Lauenstein (SZ).


Linde baut Gasegeschäft in China aus

Tuesday, 7.4.2009

Quelle: Handelsblatt


Google and Music Labels Bet on Downloads in China

Tuesday, 7.4.2009

Von David Barboza. Quelle: NYT.


Dortmund, Guangzhou

Tuesday, 7.4.2009

Deutsch-chinesische Filme auf dem Dortmunder Frauenfilmfestival. Quelle: frauenfilmfestival.eu.


Mentally-ill petitioners

Tuesday, 7.4.2009

“… Sun Dongdong, head of the [Peking] university judicial expertise center, ignited public anger by suggesting that 99 percent of people who repeatedly petition the government are mentally ill … ‘I extend my sincere, deep apology’ …”. Quelle: Xinhua. Vgl. Blogeintrag in “Fazhi Luntan”, ferner hier, dazu Artikel in China Digital Times.


China to regularize rural land-use rights transfer with model contract

Tuesday, 7.4.2009

Quelle: Xinhua


Local early quake warning system created

Tuesday, 7.4.2009

“… Prof. Wu Yih-min at National Taiwan University’s Department of Geosciences has dedicated more than 10 years to developing the system …”. Quelle: China Post.


Budget eats

Tuesday, 7.4.2009

Street eats and cafe cuisine in Hong Kong The arrival of the Michelin Guide has shone a light on Hong Kong’s haute cuisine, but John Brunton goes in search of its gourmet lifeblood- budget eats from packed cafes to street stalls (Guardian).