Alle Einträge vom May, 2010

U.S. Stands Beside an Ally, Eager for China to Join the Line

Thursday, 27.5.2010

Von Mark Landler. Quelle: NYT. Zur Situation der Kaesong Industrial Region vgl. 朝韩断交冲击波 韩企尚未撤离开城 (sina.com/ 21 Shiji Jingji Baodao).


In China’s Land Rush, Rights Are Often Trampled

Thursday, 27.5.2010

Von Michael Wines. Quelle: NYT.


Projekt zum Wassertransfer von Süd- nach Nordchina beschleunigt

Thursday, 27.5.2010

Quelle: CRI. Vgl. 南水北调引水 4年后如期进京 (Beijing Qingnian Bao).


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.


Wang Keqin 王克勤 and China’s revolution in investigative journalism

Tuesday, 25.5.2010

Death threats from criminals and official wrath fail to silence zealous watchdog journalists. “… I had problems with black society [gangs], and problems with red society [officials] …” Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian. Vgl. Blog bei sohu.com sowie Blog bei tianya.cn.


China will keine schnelle Yuan-Aufwertung

Tuesday, 25.5.2010

Quelle: Handelsblatt


Schnupftabak-Flacons: Chinesen entdecken neues Sammelgebiet

Tuesday, 25.5.2010

“… Die Sammlung Bloch umfasst 1 700 Schnupftabak-Fläschchen im Wert von rund 24 Mio. Euro …” Von Matthias Thibaut. Quelle: Handelsblatt


Waishengren 外省人

Tuesday, 25.5.2010

One man’s ordeal: retelling waishengren’s history “… Until today, he fears that he and his family would get into trouble because of his daughter’s documentary revealing him as a former communist …” Von Zhang Lei (Global Times). Vgl. Secret lives Von Chen Nan (China Daily).


China geht nach Nigeria

Tuesday, 25.5.2010

A RICHER SEAM 中国走进尼日尔 Von Tom Burgis (ftchinese.com). Chin. Übersetzung um ktitischen Abschnitt gekürzt.


Chinese take the art market by storm

Monday, 24.5.2010

“… no doubt that the recent activity of mainland buyers is real and the start of something big …” Von Andrew Moody. Quelle: China Daily.


Für Chinas Chemiebranche geht es wieder bergauf

Monday, 24.5.2010

Importe steigen an, Überkapazitäten bei Agrarchemikalien. Von Bernd Schaaf. Quelle: gtai.


‘Grim situation’ at Three Gorges Dam

Monday, 24.5.2010

“… potential hazards, such as landslides …” Von Wang Huazhong. Quelle: China Daily.


“It’s ironic that the worst bank is able to conduct the largest IPO”

Monday, 24.5.2010

CHINA FUND BUYS BANK STAKE AHEAD OF IPO 中国全国社保基金150亿人民币入股农行 (ftchinese.com)


Workers skeptical suicides will end

Monday, 24.5.2010

“… Hiring psychological experts would not help a lot if there is no humanized management …”; “… The psychologist and counselors are likely to make 600,000 yuan a year … while some of the workers make a basic salary of 1,000 yuan a month …” Von Ji Beibei. Quelle: Global Times. Vgl. Artikel in China Daily. Update: Artikel von Tania Branigan im Guardian.


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).