Alle Einträge vom 3.7.2010

What Everyone Needs to Know

Saturday, 3.7.2010

David Pilling bespricht in der FT:
China in the 21st Century: What Everyone Needs to Know, by Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom, Oxford University Press, RRP$16.95, 192 pages
China Watcher: Confessions of a Peking Tom, by Richard Baum, University of Washington Press, RRP$29.95, 336 pages
Myth of the Social Volcano: Perceptions of Inequality and Distributive Injustice in Contemporary China, by Martin King Whyte, Stanford University Press, RRP$27.95, 264 pages
The China Strategy: Harnessing the power of the world’s fastest-growing economy, by Edward Tse, Basic Books RRP$26.95, 256 pages


China’s Daughter

Saturday, 3.7.2010

Stacy Schiff bespricht in der NYT die Pearl S. Buck-Biographie von Hilary Spurling. Leseprobe hier.


8,370 surveillance cameras

Saturday, 3.7.2010

Tight surveillance in Xinjiang as riot anniversary nears Von Yan Jie (China Daily).


I prefer the Chinese cultural environment

Saturday, 3.7.2010

Overseas Chinese returning Von Zhang Xiaomin “… over 800 high-level overseas scholars have signed up with the ‘Thousand Talents’ program …” (China Daily). Vgl. 我当“海龟” (Zhongguo Xinwen Wang/Yangzi Wanbao) und 欢迎海外留学人员回国参加大连“中国海外学子创业周”活动 (Mofcom).


Umfrage: Firmen klagen über Schikane in China

Saturday, 3.7.2010

Nachtrag. Von Bernhard Bartsch. Quelle: Handelsblatt.