Alle Einträge vom July, 2009

Jilin: Chinese Workers Say Illness Is Real, Not Hysteria

Friday, 31.7.2009

Von Andrew Jacobs. Quelle: NYT. Vgl. Artikel der Hangzhou Ribao zu einem Vorfall im April 2009 und Caijing-Artikel vom 18.5.2009: 安监总局证实康乃尔化工发生泄漏事故.


China dips its toe in the Black Sea

Friday, 31.7.2009

“… In effect, Beijing has signaled its willingness to underwrite the entire Moldovan economy …” Von M K Bhadrakumar. Quelle: Asia Times.


China Puts Online Games That Glorify Mafia on Its Hit List

Friday, 31.7.2009

Von Andrew Jacobs. Quelle: NYT.


Führt die Zwei-Kind-Politik ein – und zwar schnell!

Friday, 31.7.2009

Interview mit dem Präsidenten der Volksuniversität Peking, Ji Baocheng (纪宝成), zur Lockerung der Ein-Kind-Politik in China. Gekürzte Übersetzung von Annalena Scholl.  Quelle: Deutsch-chinesisches Kulturnetz. Vgl. “放开二胎刻不容缓”——专访中国人民大学校长纪宝成 (Nanfang Zhoumo).


Foxconn suicide turns spotlight on China counterfeiting

Friday, 31.7.2009

Von Don Durfee. Quelle: Reuters.


How Indian companies should exploit market opportunities in China

Friday, 31.7.2009

“… for most Indian companies, China remains a poorly-understood mystery and … a hard nut to crack … Like India, China is a mega-market with micro-customers … Indian companies are rapidly becoming masters at the art and science of frugal innovation. Many of these innovations are likely to have a large market opportunity in China also …” Quelle: Economic Times.


Reforming China’s Rural Health System

Friday, 31.7.2009

Quelle: Weltbank


Report: China Abortions At 13M Per Year

Friday, 31.7.2009

Expert: Figures Show ‘Inadequacy’ Of Nation’s Sex Education. Von Alexa Olesen. Quelle: ktvu/AP.


Direct Flight Launched From Hangzhou To Kalibo (Philippines)

Friday, 31.7.2009

Quelle: China Hospitality News.


China seizes smuggled metal bound for North Korea (aktualisiert)

Friday, 31.7.2009

“… vanadium … hidden under boxes of fruit …” Quelle: Reuters. Vgl. 韓媒:朝鮮偷運導彈材料 被中國海關丹東截獲 (chinareviewnews) und Blogeintrag: 丹东海关截获70kg偷运朝鲜的稀有金属钒, ferner hier. Vanadium-Anbieter hier. China ist ein Hauptproduzent des für die Stahlindustrie wichtigen Metalls Vanadium und erschwert seinen Export durch Zölle von 5% bzw. 20% (s. hier), was bereits Proteste der USA und der EU hervorgerufen hat. Update: China committed to enforcing North Korea sanctions – U.S. (Reuters).


China to restrict death penalty and cut executions

Thursday, 30.7.2009

Country’s highest court to minimise capital punishment in apparent relaxing of policy by world’s most prolific executioner. Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian.


China’s Policy Paper on Latin America

Thursday, 30.7.2009

Sebastian Castaneda. Quelle: Scoop.


Cabinet plans ‘low carbon’ Taiwan

Thursday, 30.7.2009

Von Shih Hsiu-chuan. Quelle: Taipei Times.


Sexismus-Kontroverse wegen Konfuzius-Opfern in Taiwan

Thursday, 30.7.2009

Foundation slams Confucius plans “… Based on the principle of gender equality, all descendants of Confucius should be qualified to serve as Sacrificial Official to Confucius …”
Von Loa Iok-sin (Taipei Times).


Mitglieder des Komitees …

Thursday, 30.7.2009

… zur Restaurierung der Ahnenhalle eines Clans von Konfuzius-Nachfahren bei Pan’an, Provinz Zhejiang. Foto: mrp46. Quelle: Flickr.


China shows every sign of changing its high-carbon ways …

Thursday, 30.7.2009

… if the west accepts responsibility for its past Protest over the closure of the Vestas plant in Britain contrasts with China’s commitment to a low-carbon future. Von Isabel Hilton (Guardian).


Zwangsprostituierte mit 24, Stewardess mit 93

Thursday, 30.7.2009

“It took 93-year-old Wu Hsiu-mei (吳秀妹) a long time, but yesterday she lived her dream of being a flight attendant … In 1940, the Japanese colonial government forced her to go to Guangdong Province in China to serve as a ‘comfort woman’ — or forced military prostitute …” Von Loa Iok-sin. Quelle: Taipei Times.


Authorities raid office of Chinese health activist

Thursday, 30.7.2009

Von Alexa Olesen. Quelle: Yahoo/AP.


Too seriously? With care?

Thursday, 30.7.2009

Washington learns to treat China with care (CNN/Fortune)

Washington risks taking China too seriously (Financial Times)


Investors worried that China might be ready to hit the brakes on lending

Thursday, 30.7.2009

Wall St sags on China-driven economy fear, Visa off Von Rodrigo Campos (Reuters). Vgl. [Australian] Dollar weakens on China worries (AAP).


Soaring China debut for largest IPO in a year (aktualisiert)

Thursday, 30.7.2009

Quelle: Yahoo/AFP. Update: World’s largest IPO fuels fears of China bubble (Gulf News/ Reuters).


China’s Kashmir

Thursday, 30.7.2009

Quelle: Indian Express.


Waitress swallows cockroach to prove its harmlessnes

Wednesday, 29.7.2009

Quelle: India Gazette. Vgl. 顾客吃到蟑螂女领班直接吞食 事后已主动辞职 (Zhongguo Xinwen Wang).


China and the Vatican take a leap of faith

Wednesday, 29.7.2009

Von Francesco Sisci. Quelle: Asia Times.


Wilhelmine China?

Wednesday, 29.7.2009

“In recent years, a number of analysts have drawn attention to supposed similarities between the rise of modern China and the rise of Wilhelmine Germany …” Von Sebastian Bruck . Quelle: Asia Times.