Alle Einträge vom 14.8.2010

Von der Mädchenleiche, die einem Studenten die Socken stopfte

Saturday, 14.8.2010

Nachtrag. Geistergeschichte von Hong Mai (1123-1202), übersetzt von Rupprecht Mayer (salzstromhuette.de).


A Chinese Dancer’s Odyssey Into the Movies

Saturday, 14.8.2010

The true story of ‘Mao’s Last Dancer’ [Li Cunxin 李存信] moves from poverty to a secret marriage and a diplomatic showdown Von Pia Catton. Quelle: WSJ. Vgl. “叛逃者”李存信:毛泽东最后的舞者 (qq.com).


Self-sufficient China watches on as wheat production falls

Saturday, 14.8.2010

Von Leslie Hook. Quelle: FT. Vgl. 发改委:中国粮食进口不足产量1% 能自给自足 (Xinhua Wang).


Rich Country, Poor People?

Saturday, 14.8.2010

“… glamorous statistics showing that China’s fiscal revenue for the first seven months surged 25.7percent …” Von Zheng Meng. Quelle: Caijing.


Irish boy wins Chinese story-telling competition

Saturday, 14.8.2010

Von Clifford Coonan. Quelle: The Independent.


Hospital violence, 医患关系

Saturday, 14.8.2010

Chinese Hospitals Are Battlegrounds of Discontent Von Sharon LaFraniere (NYT). Vgl. 中国医院是不满情绪的战场 und 中国医闹:医疗维权缘何暴力化 (Jiankang Wang).


Guizhou’s “Dark Gold Empire” Unmasked

Saturday, 14.8.2010

Abstract einer Titelgeschichte der Zeitschrift Caijing. Vgl. 金矿黑幕:贵州原政协主席黄瑶案再调查 (21 Shiji Jingji Baodao, Nov. 2009).


News media’s reporting rights

Saturday, 14.8.2010

Growing Pains and Gains for “the Fourth Estate” Von Wang Jianxun (Caijing).


Shanghai: Six arrested as American overcharged for wine

Saturday, 14.8.2010

“… one of the suspects, stopped him and invited him in English to have a glass of wine. The victim agreed, believing it was a good chance to learn more about the city …” Von Liang Yiwen. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.