Alle Einträge vom April, 2009

China und Taiwan – Flirt mit fatalen Folgen

Tuesday, 28.4.2009

Von Bernhard Bartsch. Quelle: FR.


Demographic transformation

Tuesday, 28.4.2009

Age wave to come crashing soon over China’s economy Von Alan Wheatley (Reuters).


When Gender Gaps: China’s One-Child Policy and Baby Girls

Tuesday, 28.4.2009

Von Stephen Mosher. Quelle: Catholic Online.


Diploma mills

Tuesday, 28.4.2009

China Faces a Grad Glut After Boom at Colleges Von Ian Johnson (Wall Street Journal).


One salve to all the pain – China

Tuesday, 28.4.2009

China: One bright spot in U.S. companies’ results Von Clare Baldwin (Reuters).


First national exam held for Chinese language teachers abroad

Tuesday, 28.4.2009

“More than 4,000 people sat the first national exam to select volunteer Chinese language teachers (VCLTs) for China’s international Confucius Institutes on Sunday. The exam held in 29 provinces …”. Quelle: Xinhua. Vgl. 2009年孔子学院汉语教师志愿者选拔考试开考 (Zhongguo Xinwenwang).


City hospitals, airports put on pandemic alert

Tuesday, 28.4.2009

Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


Jiangsu, New York’s Chinese Sister

Tuesday, 28.4.2009

Quelle: NYT


Now is no time for protectionism

Monday, 27.4.2009

Strengthen U.S.-China Trade Ties Von Chen Deming, Handelsminister der VR China (Wall Street Journal).


Redesigned World Trade Center to be built with Beijing glass

Monday, 27.4.2009

Ground Zero memorial: ‘Made in China’ Von Drew Zahn (worldnetdaily.com).


China kauft den Markt für Industriemetalle leer und treibt erneut die Preise nach oben

Monday, 27.4.2009

Analysten warnen nach der jüngsten Preisexplosion aber vor neuerlicher Korrektur. Rohstoff-Investoren sollten mit einem baldigen Ende der Hausse rechnen. Von Michael Höfling. Quelle: Welt.


Another looted relic up for auction

Monday, 27.4.2009

Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


Quality mother-daughter time

Monday, 27.4.2009

Chinese kids sold ‘Barbie dream’ (BBC)


Lack of news about China has nothing to do with bias

Monday, 27.4.2009

Comprehensive foreign coverage doesn’t fit into the financial structure of traditional mainstream media. Von Timothy Garton Ash. Quelle: Los Angeles Times.


Read more

Monday, 27.4.2009

On World Reading Day, Premier Wen Jiabao encourages Chinese to read more (Xinhua)


A Reporter’s Dilemma: The Boundaries Of Speech

Monday, 27.4.2009

Von Melissa Block. Eintrag im Blog “Chengdu Diary” (npr).


Ming-Schiff sinkt nach Pazifiküberquerung kurz vor Rückkehr nach Taiwan

Monday, 27.4.2009

Historic ship’s trip ends a day early in high seas collision (Taipei Times).


Some sort of socialism

Sunday, 26.4.2009

China at a crossroad: Right or left? Von Jian Junbo (Asia Times Online).


Taiwan, China in landmark financial services deal

Sunday, 26.4.2009

Quelle: Reuters


Gallenbergers «John Rabe» grosser Sieger beim Deutschen Filmpreis

Sunday, 26.4.2009

Quelle: NZZ/AP.


WOESER, a Tibetan poet and blogger

Sunday, 26.4.2009

A Tibetan Blogger, Always Under Close Watch, Struggles for Visibility Von Andrew Jacobs (NYT).


China ist ungehalten 中国不高兴 (aktualisiert)

Sunday, 26.4.2009

Nachtrag. Blogbeitrag von Oiwan Lam in Gobal Voices. Update: The Chinese are not happy By Antoaneta Bezlova (Asia Times Online).


China gegen Treffen von Obama und Dalai Lama

Sunday, 26.4.2009

Quelle: SZ


Chinese government guide to beating civilians published online (2. Aktualisierung)

Sunday, 26.4.2009

Extracts from a government manual on how to beat troublemakers without leaving physical evidence have emerged in China. “… A local government official told the Southern Metropolis Daily newspaper that he had posted the extracts online after buying a copy on sale openly at a government bookshop ….”. Von Jane Macartney. Quelle: The Australian. Update: Artikel von Tania Branigan im Guardian. Ferner: Handbuch für amtliche chinesische Schlägertrupps Von Johnny Erling (Welt). Update: Zum 《城管执法操作实务》 vgl. Artikel von Xiao Shu in Nanfang Zhoumo.


Wo China auf Hawaii macht

Saturday, 25.4.2009

Hainan- der selbsternannte “Garten Eden”. Quelle: Welt.