Alle Einträge vom 1.5.2009

Making Connections

Friday, 1.5.2009

America’s second National Chinese Language Conference opens in Chicago (Xinhua)


Museum to the Flying Tigers

Friday, 1.5.2009

Collecting History One Record at a Time “We were visiting the Jianchuan Museum Cluster built by government official-turned-real estate mogul Fan Jianchuan …”. Aus: Chengdu Diary. Von Andrea Hsu (NPR).


To eat pork or not to eat pork

Friday, 1.5.2009

Chinese consumers voice mixed feelings toward pork as swine flu spreads (Xinhua)


Database to track children

Friday, 1.5.2009

“China is setting up a DNA database to help trace missing children …”. Quelle: BBC.


Can China Keep Growing?

Friday, 1.5.2009

Studie von John H. Makin. Quelle: American Enterprise Institute.


China bans foreign financial news operations

Friday, 1.5.2009

Von Kathrin Hille. Quelle: FT.


China’s Leaders Take Visible Approach to Swine Flu

Friday, 1.5.2009

Von Keith Bradsher. Quelle: NYT.


Very legitimate concerns about its investments

Friday, 1.5.2009

‘China cancels America’s credit card’ (presstv.ir)


Avoid corruption

Friday, 1.5.2009

Senior leader [Zhou Yongkang] stresses justice in Chinese courts (Xinhua)


China unveils Shanghai plan

Friday, 1.5.2009

“… leveling the playing field among its peers including Hong Kong …”. Von Katherine Ng. Quelle: Standard.


Die Stadt hat ihr Herz verloren

Friday, 1.5.2009

Nachtrag. Zu Besuch in Peking, zwanzig Jahre nach dem Massaker auf dem Platz des Himmlischen Friedens. Von Yiyun Li. Quelle: Berliner Zeitung.