Alle Einträge vom 26.5.2010

China puts the eco back in economy

Wednesday, 26.5.2010

As biodiversity declines, China recalculates the value of its forests and other natural resources. Von Jonathan Watts. Quelle: Guardian.


Chinese Economy Treads Risky Path. (Ask Japan.)

Wednesday, 26.5.2010

“… You cannot rely on an artificial external stimulus to keep your economy going.” Von Michael Wines. Quelle: NYT.


Changhua school teaches Vietnamese

Wednesday, 26.5.2010

“… helping children of immigrant families learn their parents’ mother tongue …” Quelle: Taipei Times.


Handan (Hebei): Fast-track demolitions leave residents homeless

Wednesday, 26.5.2010

Von Song Shengxia und An Baijie. Quelle: Global Times. Vgl. 违法拆迁缘于“政绩冲动”压倒了补偿程序 “… ‘三年大变样’这样的’政绩考核程序’压倒了拆迁补偿、安置等程序 …” (rednet.cn).


Foxconn deaths hit 11

Wednesday, 26.5.2010

“.. Li Hai, 19, a vocational-school graduate from central Hunan Province, plunged from a building at Foxconn’s Guanlan plant in Shenzhen … He had worked there just 42 days …” Von Guo Qiang und Ji Beibei. Quelle: Global Times. Vgl. String of Suicides Continues at Electronics Supplier in China Von David Barboza (NYT). Vgl. Artikel in FTD.


Who’s killing China’s children?

Wednesday, 26.5.2010

Von Edward Wong. Quelle: India Times/NYT.


China und USA gehen wieder aufeinander zu

Wednesday, 26.5.2010

Quelle: SZ/dpa. Vgl. Reuters-Artikel.


German teacher closes blog, denies govt pressure (aktualisiert)

Wednesday, 26.5.2010

“… Eckart Loewe, 42, a Hamburg native, known as Lu Anke in Chinese, had been voluntarily teaching pupils in remote Chinese villages for more than 10 years …” Von Guo Qiang und Kang Juan. Quelle: Global Times. Update: Beitrag in Danwei.