Alle Einträge vom 17.8.2009

It is difficult not to be exhilarated

Monday, 17.8.2009

Designers strive to stand out for Expo (Shanghai Daily)


American Graduates Finding Jobs in China

Monday, 17.8.2009

Von Hannah Seligson. Quelle: NYT.


China Seems to Retract Claim Against Rio Tinto

Monday, 17.8.2009

Nachtrag. Von David Barboza. Quelle: NYT.


Bowing to Protests, China Halts Sale of Steel Mill

Monday, 17.8.2009

Quelle: NYT


Rekordverluste der chinesischen Börsen

Monday, 17.8.2009

China stocks drop most in 9 months; HK shares join slide (Reuters)


Man swims across Yangtze to escape chatty wife

Monday, 17.8.2009

Von Li Xinran. Quelle: Shanghai Daily. Vgl. 不堪妻子唠叨司机夜跳长江 洪流中游两小时到对岸 (Chongqing Wanbao).


Every day is Christmas Day in Yiwu

Monday, 17.8.2009

Chinese Christmas exporters hit by global recession Von Tania Branigan (Guardian). Chin. Version hier.


China is now an accident waiting to happen

Monday, 17.8.2009

Leninist China faces its capitalist crisis Don’t put too much faith in the Chinese to deliver the world from recession. “China is heading for big trouble … ‘China will at some point soon be pile-driving straight into the buffers.’” (Guardian).


Schanghai – Metropole des einundzwanzigsten Jahrhunderts

Monday, 17.8.2009

Mark Siemons über Shanghai und die EXPO 2010. Quelle: FAZ. Die Cankao Xiaoxi bringt eine Zusammenfassung des Artikel unter Weglassung von allem Negativen.


The Chinese awkward squad

Monday, 17.8.2009

“Bad Elements. Chinese Rebels from Los Angeles to Beijing.” By Ian Buruma. Buchbesprechung von PD Smith. Quelle: Guardian.


Green Dam about-face inspires hope

Monday, 17.8.2009

Public opinion has forced the Chinese government to backpedal on webfiltering – can online opposition drive other changes? Von Alice Xin Liu. Quelle: Guardian.