Alle Einträge vom February, 2011

Fall of Hong Kong’s gilded generation

Monday, 28.2.2011

Rocked by a wave of scandals, Hong Kong’s legendary generation of tycoons are increasingly becoming the objects of public derision on the island. Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


China’s working poor not yet ready to revolt

Monday, 28.2.2011

‘Ant tribe’ in China feeling pinch from rising food and house prices, but fear chaos that could come if government collapses. Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian.


Wir wollen, dass hier alles abgerissen wird …

Monday, 28.2.2011

… damit wir in eine bessere Umgebung ziehen können. Hutongs: Im Reich der Mittelschicht Von Julian Heißler (Freitag).


In den nächsten Jahren dreht sich alles um China

Monday, 28.2.2011

Lifestyle: Chinesen lieben Luxus Von Julia Hassmann (Focus).


Report: Kreta hat «Hochsaison» im Februar

Monday, 28.2.2011

Quelle: SZ


The Chinese factories have hit a wall

Sunday, 27.2.2011

The end of China’s cheap denim dream Rising labour costs and a shortage of cotton means that China’s days at the head of a denim empire could soon be numbered, writes Malcolm Moore (Telegraph). Vgl. 牛仔裤的生态污染 (Niuzai Shijie).


China warns foreign media against jasmine strolls

Sunday, 27.2.2011

Von Reshma Patil. Quelle: Hindustan Times. Ferner: Online call for protests in China prompts crackdown “… a heavier reliance on extralegal measures …” Von David Pierson (LA Times). Vgl. 227茉莉再開?中國如臨大敵 und 壓制茉莉花革命 中國監控網路 逮捕百人 (Liberty Times).


China und USA wollen Spam bekämpfen

Sunday, 27.2.2011

Quelle: businesspanorama.de


Men in Black

Sunday, 27.2.2011

Mystery group escorts Chen Yunlin 陳雲林 Men in Black: Police denied that the group were members of a gang. Von Vincent Y. Chao (Taipei Times).


Malta: Vier Fähren und elf Hotels

Sunday, 27.2.2011

Flucht aus Libyen – zu Schiff, im Bus, im Flugzeug “… China hat in Libyen eine grossangelegte Evakuierungsaktionen begonnen. In dem Land arbeiteten 30′000 Chinesen …” (NZZ), ferner Harbour of refuge 2,000 Chinese evacuees to arrive on cruise ship. Von Christian Peregin (Times of Malta).


Wang Xiaofang 王晓方 exposes world of Chinese bureaucracy

Saturday, 26.2.2011

Bestselling author exposes shady world while readers buy his books to get insight into how to become government officials. Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian. Vgl. Baidu-Eintrag zu Wang Xiaofang 王晓方.


In China, Droughts Bring the Crazy

Saturday, 26.2.2011

“… it is highly unlikely that even the worst drought will result in a Boxer-like cataclysm, but the Chinese government …” Von Jeremiah Jenne. Quelle: the Atlantic.


Gigi Leung Wing-kei: 3,230,000 Weibo followers

Saturday, 26.2.2011

In China, Gaga Has Nothing on Gigi Von Johannes Pong (WSJ-Blog).


In unprecedented move, China sends navy ship to protect Libya evacuees

Saturday, 26.2.2011

Von Christopher Bodeen. Quelle: Canadian Press. Vgl. Xinhua-Meldung.


Chinese oil interests attacked in Libya 中石油集团在利比亚设施遭到袭击

Saturday, 26.2.2011

Von Leslie Hook und Geoff Dyer. Quelle: ftchinese.com.


Chinese go online to comparison shop

Saturday, 26.2.2011

Tough times in China for big-box retailers Home Depot, Best Buy alter strategy in fast-growing consumer market. Von Elaine Kurtenbach (msn.com).


China’s appetite for B.C. lumber could soon pass U.S.

Saturday, 26.2.2011

Von Brian Morton. Quelle: Ottawa Citizen/Vancouver Sun.


China to overtake US gaming market 中国将成为全球最大“游戏王国”

Saturday, 26.2.2011

Von Tim Bradshaw. Quelle: ftchinese.com.


Huawei: A gushing appraisal for democracy in the United States (aktualisiert)

Saturday, 26.2.2011

Huawei says US democracy better than Chinese alternative (techeye.net) und Chinese tech giant invites government investigation of spying claims von Christopher Williams (Telegraph). Update: Artikel von David Barboza in der NYT.


Chinese official [Chen Yunlin] praises Kaohsiung’s hospitality, potential

Friday, 25.2.2011

Quelle: Focus Taiwan


Leider auch nicht die Deutsche Welle

Friday, 25.2.2011

“Unzufriedenheit ja, Revolution nein” “Frau Woltersdorf, wie groß ist unter chinesischen Jugendlichen die Unzufriedenheit? …” (DW).


Todesstrafe für 13 Verbrechen abgeschafft

Friday, 25.2.2011

Quelle: RP Online


Tischtennis: Timo Boll – Allein gegen China

Friday, 25.2.2011

Timo Boll führt die Tischtennis-Weltrangliste an. Von Ulrich Hartmann. Quelle: SZ.


US ambassador Jon Huntsman …

Friday, 25.2.2011

… now a sensitive term on Chinese microblogs “… fallout to the video of US Ambassador Jon Huntsman spotted at the ‘Jasmine Revolution’ protests …” (Shanghaiist).


Shanghai announces ‘one-dog policy’

Friday, 25.2.2011

“… Of course, this being China, people will no doubt find a way to get around the rules …” Von Chris Hogg. Quelle: BBC.