Alle Einträge vom 10.5.2009

Missing dissident Gao Zhisheng’s family makes daring escape from China

Sunday, 10.5.2009

Von Richard Spencer. Quelle: Telegraph. Vgl. Artikel von David W. Chen in NYT.


Bu rang caifang 不让采访 – How China muzzles press freedom (Video)

Sunday, 10.5.2009

“Take a few minutes and watch this footage of press freedom Chinese style. The Financial Times’s Beijing correspondent Jamil Anderlini is roughed up by men who prevent him from interviewing a woman whose child died in the Sichuan earthquake …”. Von Roy Greenslade. Quelle: Guardian/FT.


China’s Quake Survivors Struggle

Sunday, 10.5.2009

Quelle: Wall Street Journal.


Riding a tiger through a Chinese brothel

Sunday, 10.5.2009

Red Lights: The Lives of Sex Workers in Postsocialist China. By Tiantian Zheng. Buchbesprechung von David Wilson (Asia Times).


The Chung Ting mission

Sunday, 10.5.2009

Peter Enav über die Geschichte der Überführung chinesischer Kunstschätze nach Taiwan und den beginnenden Dialog zwischen den beiden Palastmuseen. Quelle: Mercury News/AP. Vgl. 风雨中鼎轮, Quelle: book.sina.com.


Government blunts activism set off by China quake

Sunday, 10.5.2009

“   Within days, he [Zhang Guoyuan] was running an aid center and warehouse, coordinating 700 volunteers and taking in $1.6 million in donated food, medicines, supplies and cash. Then the police told him to stop ….”. Von Charles Hutzler. Quelle: Mercury News/AP.


Guantanamo – Berlin sträubt sich gegen Aufnahme der Uiguren

Sunday, 10.5.2009

Von Nicolas Richter. Quelle: SZ. Vgl. Artikel der Welt.