Alle Einträge vom 23.5.2010

Caochangdi 草场地

Sunday, 23.5.2010

Unhappy picture for Beijing’s art hotbed Von Mitch Moxley (Asia Times).


The real answer lies not in ideology but in performance

Sunday, 23.5.2010

Benjamin A. Shobert bespricht “China’s Megatrends: The 8 Pillars of a New Society by John Naisbitt and Doris Naisbitt” (Asia Times).


Expo: Visitor numbers soar

Sunday, 23.5.2010

“… staff at the neighboring France and Germany pavilions were amusingly seen trying to persuade their own waiting crowds to give up and visit other pavilions first …” Von Yang Jian. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


She came to Singapore …

Sunday, 23.5.2010

… to provide for a better life for her family but, instead, her naked body was found in the pool of a Sentosa Cove bungalow. Family didn’t know her jobs Von Shuli Sudderuddin (Straits Times). Dazu aktuell: 10 unforgettable days in China “… what broke my heart was the sea burial …” Von Neo Xiaobin (Straits Times Blog).


Selbstmordserie bei Taiwan-Firma in Shenzhen (aktualisiert)

Sunday, 23.5.2010

Hon Hai Group Says Worker in China Committed Suicide “… The suicide marks the sixth such death at Hon Hai this year …” (Business Week/Bloomberg). Vgl. 半年8员工自杀 郭台铭请僧做法事 (Lianhe Zaobao). Vgl. Artikel in Shanghai Daily. Update: One more employee from Foxconn falls off building and dies (Global Times). Update: Latest Foxconn suicide raises concern over factory life in China Overcrowding and long hours adding to workplace stress, warns expert. Von Tania Branigan (Guardian). Update: 8. Freitod (Nan Gang), s. Artikel in Shanghai Daily.


Drastische Methoden in China: Drill gegen Internetsucht

Sunday, 23.5.2010

Von Jutta Lietsch. Quelle: taz.