Alle Einträge vom 23.4.2009

Interview mit Wu’er Kaixi

Thursday, 23.4.2009

20 Jahre Tiananmen-Massaker – “Ein paar Tage Freiheit in Peking”  “… wir hatten ja nicht einmal Partys, Alkohol und Drogen, mit denen wir uns hätten ablenken können …”. Von Bernhard Bartsch (FR).


Chinesen bauen 42 neue Atomkraftwerke

Thursday, 23.4.2009

Von Johnny Erling. Quelle: Welt.


Quanzhou

Thursday, 23.4.2009

Quelle: Xinhua


The “Banned in China” brand

Thursday, 23.4.2009

Chinese writers fail to find global voice “… Westerners are attracted to Chinese books which have been banned, even if they are not terribly good works of literature …”. Von Ben Blanchard (EurActiv/Reuters).


English edition of the Global Times (aktualisiert)

Thursday, 23.4.2009

China Launches New English-Language Newspaper (NYT/AP). Update: Artikel von Johnny Erling in der Welt.


Yan Geling 严歌苓

Thursday, 23.4.2009

Chinese writer finds freedom in English Von Ben Blanchard (Reuters).


China to phase in free vocational secondary education for all

Thursday, 23.4.2009

Quelle: Xinhua


Taiwanese identify Japan as favorite foreign country: survey

Thursday, 23.4.2009

Quelle: China Post.


Was passiert, wenn die Chinesen selbst ans Reißbrett gehen

Thursday, 23.4.2009

Auto Shanghai 2009 Déjà-vu-Erlebnisse in China (FTD). Vgl. Artikel in der SZ. Vgl. “… the limo is a shameless … knock-off of the Rolls-Royce Phantom ..”, aus NYT-Artikel.


Beijing acting like a child in intolerance, says Dalai Lama

Thursday, 23.4.2009

Quelle: Standard/AFP.


Times are good

Thursday, 23.4.2009

When the going gets tough, the rich go for the top end “… ‘People saved hard before the downturn, and they now have less work to do and more time to come to my clinic and take care of their health.’ …”. (Xinhua)