Alle Einträge vom 29.9.2010

Chinese baby-snatchers sentenced to death

Wednesday, 29.9.2010

Two men who stole and trafficked almost 50 male babies have been sentenced to death in China. Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


Nobel committee warned not to award peace prize to Chinese dissident

Wednesday, 29.9.2010

Director of Nobel Institute reveals Chinese threat over Liu Xiaobo, who is in jail for incitement to subvert state power. Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian.


Beijing marks Confucius’s happy return, aged 2,561

Wednesday, 29.9.2010

Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian.


The temptation to give others the Japanese treatment

Wednesday, 29.9.2010

Rare earths Lex专栏:中国应慎打“稀土牌” (ftchinese.com)


Tracking the journey of KFC chicken

Wednesday, 29.9.2010

“… you might imagine that the paper uncovered some juicy scandal or shocking health violation. You’d be wrong …” Von Joel Martinsen. Quelle: Danwei.


China puts healthcare under scrutiny 中国将审核医疗成本效率

Wednesday, 29.9.2010

Von Andrew Jack. Quelle: ftchinese.com.


China tycoon [Chen Guangbiao 陈光标] pledges fortune to charity

Wednesday, 29.9.2010

Von Michael Bristow. Quelle: BBC. Vgl. 陈光标“裸捐”逾百人响应 中国富豪对慈善方式各持己见 (Xinhua).


China still patrolling Senkaku Islands

Wednesday, 29.9.2010

Quelle: Asahi Shimbun