Alle Einträge vom 6.5.2010

Yarlung Tsangpo, Brahmaputra

Thursday, 6.5.2010

India sweats over China’s water plans Von Sudha Ramachandran (Asia Times).


Executions will not help ties: EU body

Thursday, 6.5.2010

A European Parliament subcommittee said Taiwan’s resumption of executions would not help it in its effort to achieve greater international recognition. Von Shih Hsiu-chuan. Quelle: Taipei Times.


China to force internet users to register real names

Thursday, 6.5.2010

Von Peter Foster. Quelle: Telegraph.


Where’s Waldo?

Thursday, 6.5.2010

North Korean Leader Can’t Avoid Scrutiny on a Stealth Trip to China Von Andrew Jacobs (NYT).


Finally, look at China itself

Thursday, 6.5.2010

DEMOCRACY’S DEMISE IN ASIA IS EXAGGERATED 亚洲民主并未衰退 Von David Pilling (ftchinese.com).


The 11th Midi Music Festival in Haidian Park

Thursday, 6.5.2010

Rage of music “… they showed the courage to follow their heart …” Von Zhang Lei (Global Times). Vgl. 北京三场户外音乐节同唱 摇滚雷鬼怀旧都受认可 (Beijing Wanbao).


Die Anziehungskraft zwischen chinesischen und deutschen Gestaltern

Thursday, 6.5.2010

Offenbach – China: Erste Grafikdesign-Biennale in Deutschland Von Madeleine Reckmann (FR).


School attacks shed light on inequality

Thursday, 6.5.2010

“… Child safety is an issue that touches the nerves of Chinese parents, many of whom have only one child …” Quelle: Global Times.


He is incredibly modern 他现代得让人难以置信

Thursday, 6.5.2010

Jacques Herzog on working with Ai Weiwei 艾未未:以批评为艺术?(ftchinese.com)


China Pledges Fairness to Foreign Companies

Thursday, 6.5.2010

Nachtrag. Quelle: Caijing.


Bidders are expected from China, Singapore, Japan and Taiwan (aktualisiert)

Thursday, 6.5.2010

Ancient treasures set for auction in Indonesia “… around 976 AD … the wreck site north of Cirebon, West Java, … was 40 metres by 40 metres and it was just a mountain of porcelain …” (Bangkok Post). Vgl. Cirebon palace disappointed with planned auction of treasure Von Nana Rukmana (The Jakarta Post). Update: Artikel mit Bild im Telegraph.