Alle Einträge vom 28.9.2009

Peking fürchtet Tibet-Freund Westerwelle

Monday, 28.9.2009

Andreas Hoffbauer sprach mit Liu Liqun. Quelle: Handelsblatt.


Bombardier baut Hochgeschwindigkeitszüge für China

Monday, 28.9.2009

Quelle: Google/AFP.


Antic nonsense

Monday, 28.9.2009

Tire flap may cost U.S. more Aus “The Spectrum”: Obamas Initiative gegen chinesische Billigreifen sei in jeder Hinsicht unsinnig.


Indie Filmmakers: China’s New Guerrillas

Monday, 28.9.2009

Kirk Semple über Zhao Dayong 赵大勇 (”Ghost Town 废城“), ferner Zhang Yaxuan, Huang Wenhai und Ying Liang. Quelle: NYT.


China’s Mr. Wu [Wu Jinglian 吴敬琏] Keeps Talking

Monday, 28.9.2009

With critiques of the government and its half-socialist economy, the economist Wu Jinglian seems to be testing what Beijing will allow. Von David Barboza. Quelle: NYT.


60 years on, China faces major social struggles

Monday, 28.9.2009

Quelle: Channel News Asia/AFP.


Der Kamin-Fall

Monday, 28.9.2009

Chinese barred from escaping chimney case “Indian police have blocked employees of a Chinese company from leaving the country following a chimney collapse that killed 46 laborers … Embarrassing might best describe the situation of Chinese enterprises operating in India …” (Global Times). Siehe 印度调查烟囱倒塌事故 禁止中国员工离境 (Huanqiu Shibao).


Can China help to defuse the nuclear threat from Iran?

Monday, 28.9.2009

Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian.


The Flying Tigers 飞虎队

Monday, 28.9.2009

Nanjing’s memorial museum showcases airmen’s heroism “… The Flying Tigers, who helped China fight the Japanese invaders with just 20 planes, shot down as many as 217 enemy fighters …” (Global Times). Vgl. “飞虎队”战机现身南京抗日航空纪念馆 (Xinhua Wang).