Alle Einträge vom 7.5.2009

Villagers in central China [Liling, Hunan] clash with police

Thursday, 7.5.2009

More than 1,000 villagers clashed with police in central China this week following a land dispute with construction workers that left one person dead, reports said Thursday. Quelle: Seattle Times. Dazu 警民衝突一村民被打死 (Aomen Ribao). Vgl. chinesischsprachigen Blogeintrag.


Sprechen Sie Chinglish?

Thursday, 7.5.2009

Quelle: SZ


China und der Westen in der Zentralbibliothek Zürich

Thursday, 7.5.2009

Philipp Meier über eine Ausstellung in Zürich. Quelle: NZZ.


Will Bank of America Sell Part of China Bank Stake?

Thursday, 7.5.2009

“… selling out of Chinese banks is not always well received by Beijing politicians …”. Quelle: NYT.


Berlin als Blitzableiter für Pekings Zorn

Thursday, 7.5.2009

Diskussion über die Aufnahme ehemaliger Guantánamo-Häftlinge. Quelle: NZZ.


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Thursday, 7.5.2009

China gibt Zahl der toten Erdbeben-Kinder bekannt Von Johnny Erling (Welt). Vgl. AFP-Meldung bei Yahoo.


China ready for post-Kyoto deal on climate change

Thursday, 7.5.2009

Dramatic reversal in US position under Obama has brought Beijing to the table on emission cuts, says UK climate secretary. Von Jonathan Watts. Quelle: Guardian.


Child trafficking: the links between China and the UK

Thursday, 7.5.2009

Organised gangs have exploited a children’s home near Heathrow to traffick Chinese children to work in prostitution and the drugs trade across Britain, a secret immigration paper reveals. Von Peter Storey und Robert Booth. Quelle: Guardian.


We’re trying to train swimmers in a classroom

Thursday, 7.5.2009

Hit by job crunch, China trains entrepreneurs Von Jason Subler und Zhou Xin (Reuters).


The Anthropology Of Chinese Food

Thursday, 7.5.2009

A phenomenon defined by flavors, family and fungibility. Von Lionel Tiger. Quelle: Forbes.


China mischt den Kupfermarkt auf

Thursday, 7.5.2009

Quelle: Handelsblatt


Pingdingshan Massacre, 1932

Thursday, 7.5.2009

Japanese MPs apologize for massacre in northeast China 77 years ago (Xinhua)