Alle Einträge vom 28.4.2010

Expo 2010 Shanghai China

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

Von Sultan M Hali. Quelle: Pakistan Observer. Ferner: Shanghai sets stage for World Expo spectacular Von Farah Master (Washington Post).


The scramble for African diamonds 对非洲钻石的争夺

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

DIAMOND CUTTERS ASK NEW DELHI TO  COUNTER  CHINA’S DEALS IN AFRICA
印度钻石加工业敦促政府应对中国竞争
Von James Lamont, Geoff Dyer und William MacNamara (ftchinese.com).


China Details Nuclear Strategy

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

Von Chris Buckley. Quelle: Global Security Newswire/Reuters.


Hanyu Kouyu Shuiping Ceshi (HKC), or the Oral Chinese Proficiency Test

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

Non-native speakers offered new exam Von Ji Beibei und Kang Juan (Global Times).


China arms Iran

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

Quelle: Voice of Russia.


Wilder Lärm

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

Noi Shanghai China’s underground scene is making noise music so feral that it will have you running for your chillwave collection. Von Sian Rowe (Guardian-Blog).


‘Toxic sofa’ customers to receive up to £20m

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

Von Rebecca Smithers. Quelle: Guardian.


Nuclear plant made tourist site in China

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

“… the 816 Nuclear Military Plant, once a secret site in the mountainous town of Baitao in Chongqing …” Quelle: sify.com. Vgl. 八一 六工程揭秘:两万特种兵山中挖出核工厂 (Zhonghua Wang).


Sarkozy seeks to bury hatchet

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

Quelle: Straits Times/AFP.


The trouble with getting takeoff and landing slots in China

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

Von Terry Maxon. Quelle: Dallas News.


China: State Security Law Amendment

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

“… amendment on State Security Law was submittend to the NPC Standing Committee for review yesterday …” Von Oiwan Lam. Quelle: Global Voices.


Real estate as a form of money

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

A Game Changer In China? “… possible phasing in of an asset based property tax …” Von Cam Hui (Daily Markets).


Bretton-Woods-Stimmrechte: Verhaltene Freude in China

Wednesday, 28.4.2010

“China darf sich freuen und weiss doch nicht recht, wie und wozu …” Quelle: NZZ.