Alle Einträge vom 12.2.2010

Cao Cao: DNA to unlock tomb mystery

Friday, 12.2.2010

Quelle: China Daily.


Air China kauft für 1,6 Mrd.USD 20 Airbus A320

Friday, 12.2.2010

Quelle: emfis.de.


Merkel prüft Bitte des chinesischen Autors Liao Yiwu

Friday, 12.2.2010

China verweigert ihm die Ausreise. Quelle: Hamburger Abendblatt.


Kirschblüten für einen Tag

Friday, 12.2.2010

Guo Xiaolus “She, a Chinese” lebt von der Aufbruchstimmung. Quelle: SZ.


Bleierne Zeiten

Friday, 12.2.2010

Von Till Fähnders. Quelle: FAZ.


Web-Wut gegen die Willkür

Friday, 12.2.2010

Von Andreas Lorenz. Quelle: Spiegel Online.


Google droht «großer Schwester» in China

Friday, 12.2.2010

Quelle: Zeit Online/dpa.


For every photo taken, I had a new strand of gray hair

Friday, 12.2.2010

Through her own lens to Mao Chairman’s woman photographer [Hou Bo] recalls long road to late statesman. Von Yang Guang (China Daily). Vgl. 侯波:毛泽东惟一的私人摄影师 (culturalink.gov.cn).


China’s endless literary inquisition

Friday, 12.2.2010

To block freedom of speech is to trample on human rights, to strangle humanity and to suppress the truth. Von Liu Xiaobo. Quelle: Guardian.


China beats South Korea 3-0 at East Asian Champs

Friday, 12.2.2010

Quelle: China Daily.


We do not have the luxury of ignoring them

Friday, 12.2.2010

We Want China to Lead Von Peter Mandelson (NYT).


China shuts down another 16,000 porn websites

Friday, 12.2.2010

“… a total of 476 whistlers had been rewarded 395,000 yuan …” Quelle: China Daily.


What kind of monster will it become?

Friday, 12.2.2010

Google Gives Us Hope If China can remain powerful though it limits freedom of speech, what kind of monster will it become? Von Ai Weiwei (Wall Street Journal).