Alle Einträge vom March, 2011

LA: ‘Birthing tourism’ center in San Gabriel shut down 去美国生宝宝 (aktualisiert)

Tuesday, 29.3.2011

Pregnant women came from China to three identical townhouses to receive care before and after giving birth to U.S. citizens at local hospitals. Quelle: LA Times. Vgl. 去美国生孩子,办理什么类型的签证? (177liuxue.cn, Mai 2010). Ferner: Artikel in Washington Post. Update: Coming as Tourists, Leaving With American Babies Von Jennifer Medina (NYT).


Chinese Scroll Fetches Record $31 Million at France Auction

Monday, 28.3.2011

Von Scott Reyburn. Quelle: Bloomberg.


China’s workforce ‘dries up’

Monday, 28.3.2011

Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


Deutsche Lotsen im chinesischen Nebel

Monday, 28.3.2011

“… Mit seiner Spezialisierung auf Chongqing ist Reiet einer der ersten Berater, die für nur einen Standort ihre Dienste anbieten …” Von Nina Trentmann. Quelle: Welt.


Chemieriese BASF wächst in China

Monday, 28.3.2011

Schaumstoff-Anlage steht in Kritik von Umweltschützern. Von Johnny
Erling. Quelle: Welt.


Taking on Baidu behemoth writers’ only hope

Monday, 28.3.2011

“… Maybe Li Yanhong’s (the Baidu founder) father is Li Gang? …” Von Han Han. Quelle: Global Times. Vgl. “创新”中国版权? (ftchinese.com).


Chinesisches Nationalmuseum – Das Programm heißt: groß

Monday, 28.3.2011

“… ebenso lichte wie majestätische Leere …” Von Mark Siemons. Quelle: FAZ.


They’re just following their process

Monday, 28.3.2011

Palace: Executions will not affect PH-China ties “… but at the end of the day, it will not impact on our long-term bilateral relations …” (ABS CBN News).


Microblogging sites become free-speech platform

Monday, 28.3.2011

“… one step ahead of China’s notoriously efficient censors …” Von Keith B. Richburg. Quelle: Washington Post – Blog.


Ship Rejected in China Port [Xiamen] on ‘Abnormal’ Radiation Heading Back to Japan

Monday, 28.3.2011

Quelle: Bloomberg


China battery plant manager held in lead poisoning case

Monday, 28.3.2011

“… poisoned nearly 170 villagers, including 53 children …” Quelle: Reuters.


China’s new crop of exports — students

Monday, 28.3.2011

“… Of the 691,000 foreign students who enrolled in American universities … nearly … 18 percent were Chinese …” Von Kara Spak. Quelle: Chicago Sun-Times.


Feuerschlucken in geschlossenen Räumen

Monday, 28.3.2011

Taichung mayor interrupts fire-spitting performance (China Post)


tǔlóu 土楼

Sunday, 27.3.2011

Clan citadels turn into ghost villages Von Edward Wong (Scotland on Sunday).


China activist Liu Xianbin jailed for 10 years

Sunday, 27.3.2011

Von Michael Bristow. Quelle: BBC.


U.S. universities encourage young Chinese to ‘think critically, to challenge authority’

Sunday, 27.3.2011

Von Cathy Chu. Quelle: Chikago Sun-Times.


Taipei: Party held to exhibit beauty of female cancer survivors

Sunday, 27.3.2011

Quelle: China Post


Hainan Island to exempt taxes on imported goods

Sunday, 27.3.2011

“… Visitors … can claim the tax refund …” Quelle: enbar.net.


China-Focused Hedge Fund Assets Rise Despite Laggard Performance

Sunday, 27.3.2011

“… ‘The uneventful ‘Jasmine Revolution’ showed the government will react swiftly …’ …” Quelle: WSJ/Dow Jones.


China’s 300 million smokers face smoking ban in indoor public places (aktualisiert)

Sunday, 27.3.2011

Von Mary Forgione. Quelle: LA Times. Update: Artikel von Times of India/AP.


Chinese ballet company stages banned erotic classic

Saturday, 26.3.2011

“… The Jin Ping Mei, or ‘The Plum in the Golden Vase’ …” Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


Chinese vase frenzy: bribery and the auction house

Saturday, 26.3.2011

As the Chinese government pays ever more attention to the country’s pervasive corruption, art auctions have become the latest ruse for those giving or soliciting bribes. Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


Die Umweltsituation in China: viele Gründe, besorgt zu sein

Saturday, 26.3.2011

Von Feng Yongfeng 冯永锋. Übersetzung: Andrea Schwedler. Quelle: Dt.-Chin. Kulturnetz/cenews.com. Chin. Version hier.


Technology supply chain: still surviving

Saturday, 26.3.2011

Von Robin Kwong. Quelle: FT-Blog.


Bosch will 24.000 neue Jobs in China schaffen

Saturday, 26.3.2011

Quelle: Welt