Alle Einträge vom 7.5.2010

Regulators will need to move much faster

Friday, 7.5.2010

Shanghai: Ambition to rival world’s top centres 国际金融中心离上海有多远?Von Robert Cookson (ftchinese.com).


We have no other choice but keep the baby here

Friday, 7.5.2010

Nachtrag. What’s with China and children? “A baby has allegedly been kept hostage by a hospital … after his parents failed to settle the medical bill …” (NDTV/Indo-Asian News Service).


Drug maker debut lands China’s new richest man [Li Li]

Friday, 7.5.2010

Quelle: Reuters


Die Logistik in China im Wandel – Perspektiven 2020

Friday, 7.5.2010

Tagung an der Fachhochschule Osnabrück. Quelle: Informationsdienst
Wissenschaft.


China und Nordkorea erzielen keinen Durchbruch

Friday, 7.5.2010

Besuch von Kim Jong Il in Peking ohne nennenswerte Resultate beendet. Quelle: NZZ.


Uralasbest

Friday, 7.5.2010

A deadly white dust Asbestos causes 100,000 deaths each year but its trade in Asia – overseen by a powerful lobby – is still flourishing. Melody Kemp reports (chinadialogue). Chin. Fassung: 致命白粉. Vgl. 西方国家恶炒温石棉致癌 中国行业协会奋起反击 (Zhongguo Jingji Shibao, Sept. 2006). Vgl. Danwei-Artikel.


The orphanage asked for more babies. It started paying $120 dollars each.

Friday, 7.5.2010

The dark side of Chinese adoptions (publicradio.org)


Audiences, young and old, cry at the end

Friday, 7.5.2010

China dreaming “The North Korean musical adaptation of ancient Chinese novel Hong Lou Meng or A Dream of Red Mansions, will open tonight in China … [Wen Jiabao] saw the musical with North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and liked it … Kim Jong-il personally advised on the current production …” Von Li Mao (Global Times).


Others are saying the North Korean leader came to Beijing

Friday, 7.5.2010

For North Korea’s secretive leader, secrets are getting hard to keep Von
Mark MacKinnon (Globe and Mail).


The Chinese do feel that the whole world nowadays is thirsty for Chineseness

Friday, 7.5.2010

Shanghai and the Mystery of China’s Soft Power Von Pepe Escobar (Huffington Post).


China Sees ‘Precipitous Increase’ in Syphilis

Friday, 7.5.2010

“… In Shanghai, syphilis is now the most commonly reported communicable disease …” Quelle: WSJ. Ferner: One baby with syphilis born every hour in China: ‘NEJM’ (Taipei Times/Agenturen).


Here are my thoughts on the net-export side of China’s growth

Friday, 7.5.2010

Daniel H. Rosen: China’s Other Achilles Heel “… the other pigs – the ones that oink …” (WSJ-Blog). Vgl. 希腊束手待援 “欧五猪”国遭看空者围剿 (qq/Xin Shiji).


Liu Xiaobo

Friday, 7.5.2010

Neue Schikanen in Peking Von Johnny Erling (Welt).


China hält die Luft sauberer

Friday, 7.5.2010

Quelle: spektrumdirekt