Alle Einträge vom June, 2009

European firms in China hit by global crisis but remain upbeat

Tuesday, 30.6.2009

Quelle: earthtimes/DPA.


Xinjiang

Tuesday, 30.6.2009

Ambitionierte Ziele für VR Chinas Westregion Xinjiang Die Provinz gewinnt als Energielieferant und Handelsumschlagsplatz mit Zentralasien an Bedeutung. Von Corinne Abele (gtai).


20 Drogendealer in China hingerichtet

Tuesday, 30.6.2009

Quelle: NZZ


Balkanisieren Diktatoren das Internet?

Tuesday, 30.6.2009

Jeder Versuch, das Internet flächendeckend zu zensieren, scheiterte bislang an der Transparenz der Netze. Aber das kann sich ändern. Von Ulrich Clauß. Quelle: Welt.


Fear the Dark Side of China’s Lending Surge

Tuesday, 30.6.2009

Nachtrag. Banks loans designed to spark economic recovery have been channeled into asset speculation, doing more harm than good. Von Andy Xie. Quelle: Caijing.


A strong belief in Chineseness 坚定地相信“中国性”

Tuesday, 30.6.2009

What does the new China think of itself?

新中国如何看待自己?Von Shi Yinhong (Guardian).


Soft power via Supermarkt?

Tuesday, 30.6.2009

European supermarkets to screen Chinese TV news Von Ethan McNern (Scotsman).


White-collar vendors 白领地摊族

Tuesday, 30.6.2009

New lifestyle: office work by day, street vending by night Von Wang Aihua (Shanghai Daily). Vgl. 中国大城市悄然出现”白领地摊族”:开着轿车去摆摊 (Xinhua Wang).


Parents mourn children abducted by traffickers

Tuesday, 30.6.2009

James Pomfret und Venus Wu berichten aus Dongguan. Quelle: Reuters.


Panda Diplomacy

Tuesday, 30.6.2009

Nachtrag. Taiwan should be wary of Beijing’s friendly overtures. Von Michael Mazza. Quelle: Weekly Standard.


China’s education reform bubble bursts

Monday, 29.6.2009

“… Aside from copying the West, China has no educational innovation at all … Why has reform failed? It’s because the reformers in China are not experts on education. China’s educational reform is led by political and business entrepreneurs …” Von Zheng Yongnian. Quelle: Global Times.


Chinas neues Sicherheitsdenken

Monday, 29.6.2009

Von Wen Liao. Quelle: FTD.


Kampagne gegen Prostitution – bis zum 1. Oktober

Monday, 29.6.2009

China launches anti-prostitution drive (Yahoo/AFP).


Has the trade war begun?

Monday, 29.6.2009

Quelle: Business Spectator.


Yangzi-Delta Р̦konomisches Powerhouse der VR China

Monday, 29.6.2009

Von Bernd Schaaf. Quelle: gtai.


Tumor outbreak reported in Dongming, pollution blamed

Monday, 29.6.2009

“Tens of thousands of residents in Dongming county, Shandong Province, allegedly suffer from thyroid tumors because of industrial pollution …” Von Kang Juan. Quelle: Global Times.


Neue Nahrung für den Drachen

Monday, 29.6.2009

Chinas Handelsüberschuss. Von André Kühnlenz. Quelle: FTD.


Menschenkopfsuppe 人头汤

Monday, 29.6.2009

Mother escapes jail for making soup with man’s head  (Standard/AFP). Vgl. 游医砍杀醉酒翁 煮“人头汤”治病被判死缓 (Sichuan Zaixian).


Student job figures surprisingly healthy

Monday, 29.6.2009

Von Liang Yiwen. Quelle: China Daily.


Die Gnade der Jugend

Monday, 29.6.2009

Essay von Chen Danqing, in dt. und chin. Sprache. Ãœbersetzung: Julia Buddeberg. Quelle: Dt.-Chin. Kulturnetz.


Women as mules (aktualisiert)

Monday, 29.6.2009

Dozens of human smugglers captured ‘Mommies’: The human smuggling ring uses women as mules to transport Chinese girls to the US, where they are likely to wind up trapped in brothels or sweatshops. “… ‘The smugglers also recruited more than 30 Taiwanese women, ranging from businesswomen, former flight attendants, nurses and college lecturers, to act as mules when taking the underage Chinese girls to the US’ …” (Taipei Times). Update: Beijing police arrest Taiwan woman over human trafficking cases (Xinhua).


When China Rules the World (aktualisiert)

Monday, 29.6.2009

“When China Rules the World: The Rise of the Middle Kingdom and the End of the Western World.” Will Hutton bespricht im Guardian ein Buch von Martin Jacques. Update: Weitere Besprechung an gleicher Stelle von Michael Rank.


A deeper look at Peking Man site

Friday, 26.6.2009

Quelle: Shanghai Daily/Xinhua.


Pingpu people protest gov’t denial of aboriginal status

Thursday, 25.6.2009

“… the protesters also fired up the “bamboo cannons,” which used to be one of Pingpu people’s traditional weapons, as a symbolic gesture …” Quelle: China Post.


No one really knows what’s going on in China

Thursday, 25.6.2009

Is China’s cookie crumbling? Commentary: Top newsletter sounds warning on Middle Kingdom rally. Von Peter Brimelow (marketwatch.com).