Alle Einträge vom November, 2010

New museum tells the history of Taiwan’s presidents

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

“… established to preserve, educate and inspire Taiwanese about the presidency and what makes Taiwanese a nation.
Academia Historica president Lin Man-houng (林滿紅) said … ” Quelle: Taipei Times.


Die Skandalfüchsin vom Xizhimen

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Erzählung aus dem Yuewei Caotang Biji des Ji Yun (Ji Xiaolan, 1724-1805), übersetzt von Rupprecht Mayer. Quelle: salzstromhuette.de.


Professional tipsters prosper by playing dirty games

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

“… The more he knows, the more he can use them to his own advantage, often as evidence to blackmail corrupt officials … What he does fails to prevent grass-roots corruption. He simply lives with it … The rich soil of injustice has produced this group …” Von Ethan Wang. Quelle: Global Times. Vgl. Police arrest fake reporter for blackmail (Global Times).


Grab von Qi Baishi verkommt zur Latrine

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Tomb of Qi Baishi a ‘humiliation’ for artist, descendants (Global Times)


China verschärft Strafen für teure Gemüsehändler

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

“… Holzhammermethode gegen steigende Preise …” Quelle: Handelsblatt.


Luftfahrt weiter im Höhenflug

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Hoher Flugzeugbedarf in den nächsten 20 Jahren. Erste Bestellungen für eigenen Jet. Von Bernd Schaaf. Quelle: gtai (gtai-Studien sind auch als PDF verfügbar).


Social networks 社交网络 …

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

… steer China web evolution
… 改变中国互联网生态

Von Kathrin Hille (ftchinese.com).


Is expatriate life in China good for a working novelist?

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Harvest Season: Q&A with novelist Chris Taylor Von Jeremy Goldkorn (Danwei). Leseprobe hier.


Taiwan: election drama, markets calm

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Von Robin Kwong. Quelle: FT-Blog.


Länderanalyse China: Ein Land auf der Überholspur

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Quelle: Handelsblatt


Drei Vulgaritäten 三俗

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Kampagne gegen die „Drei Vulgaritäten“ – über den Status Quo der chinesischen TV-Kultur
由反“三俗”想到的——中国电视文化现状之小探
Von You Weimen 右卫门 (Dt.-chin. Kulturnetz).


Cablegate: China appears in more than 8,300 of the cables

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

China Trying to Plug Wikileak? (WSJ-Blog)


China acts as conduit for North Korea’s weapons trade, US claims

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

“THE WikiLeaks documents will intensify pressure on China …” Von Hamish McDonald. Quelle: Sydney Morning Herald.


India, China hold border talks amidst uncertainty over WikiLeaks

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Von Saibal Dasgupta. Quelle: Times Of India.


China Has 99 Problems But 51jobs Ain’t One

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Quelle: Forbes


Why the Commonwealth Games overshadowed China’s show

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Asian Games in China were a big deal – Why Westerners didn’t hear much about them Von Ben Arnoldy (CS Minotor).


China’s Tencent to offer Facebook-like services: report

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Quelle: AFP


China: A Reading List

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Von David Leonhardt. Quelle: NYT.


Here’s news that Han Han won’t talk about

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

“… has had a baby girl … And we had no idea he was even married! …” Quelle: China Daily.


Shanghai sees big rise in HIV/AIDS cases

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Von Pan Zheng. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


Travel to the heart of minorities in Southwest China

Tuesday, 30.11.2010

Quelle: Global Times
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This is art and a protest

Monday, 29.11.2010

Chinese artist in London protest on Ai’s ‘Sunflower Seeds’ (AFP)


The “Pure Skin” award

Monday, 29.11.2010

“Miss Chinese Toronto Pageant 2010″ winner selected (People’s Daily Online)


Pyongyang ratchets up rhetoric of conflict 朝鲜动机引发外界争议

Monday, 29.11.2010

Von Christian Oliver. Quelle: ftchinese.com.


Next stop nowhere

Monday, 29.11.2010

Subway in some cities not practical: critics Von Zhao Ran (Global Times).