Alle Einträge vom April, 2011

China unveils rival to International Space Station

Wednesday, 27.4.2011

“… enhance national prestige and strengthen the national sense of cohesion and pride …” Von Tania Branigan und Ian Sample. Quelle: Guardian.


China organ donor plans under fire

Wednesday, 27.4.2011

Von Chris Hogg. Quelle: BBC. Vgl. 领驾照时登记器官捐献意愿是否是一种“诅咒”? (Fenghuang Wang).


Toronto ‘webcam death’ suspect appears in court

Wednesday, 27.4.2011

Quelle: BBC. Vgl. Blogeinträge 有关柳乾命案的微博.


Luxury Market Pushes Shanghai Homes to Record Prices

Wednesday, 27.4.2011

Von Kenneth Rapoza. Quelle: Forbes-Blog.


China’s rise, America’s demise

Wednesday, 27.4.2011

Von Jude Webber. Quelle: FT-Blog.


Truckers trickle back to work in Shanghai after strike over costs (aktualisiert)

Wednesday, 27.4.2011

Von David Pierson und Lauren Hilgers. Quelle: LA Times. Vgl. 当局大幅减免多项收费 上海罢工潮迅速消退 (Lianhe Zaobao). Update: Keep on trucking Von John Foley (Business Standard, Indien).


Chinese students think twice about study in Japan

Tuesday, 26.4.2011

Quelle: People’s Daily Online.


80-Millionen-Dollar-Vase – zurück auf den Speicher?

Tuesday, 26.4.2011

Chinese Billionaire Hasn’t Paid for $80 Million Vase Von Robert Frank (WSJ-Blog).


Die Fertigung im Bayerischen Wald erweitern

Tuesday, 26.4.2011

Deutsche Unternehmen kehren China den Rücken Von Inga Frenser (Bild).


Chinese path — a marvel of world’s economic growth

Tuesday, 26.4.2011

“… China stands like a rising star in the east, thanks to its decision-making body, CPC Central Committee and State Council, making correct and timely decisions …” Von Wang Guangun. Quelle: Xinhua.


Ausfallrisiko: Australien hängt an Chinas Tropf

Tuesday, 26.4.2011

Von Frank Bremser. Quelle: FTD.


US drones migrating to China

Tuesday, 26.4.2011

Quelle: People’s Daily Online


Peking: Mindestens 17 Tote nach Brand in Modegeschäft

Tuesday, 26.4.2011

Quelle: Focus


When China stops buying our bonds

Tuesday, 26.4.2011

What a Crisis Looks Like Von Megan McArdle (The Atlantic).


Boom vs Doom: is Roubini right on China? 末日博士看空中国经济

Monday, 25.4.2011

Von Jamil Anderlini. Quelle: ftchinese.com.


A new horde of invaders in the land of Genghis Khan

Monday, 25.4.2011

Mining promises fabulous wealth for Mongolia. Clifford Coonan reports from Ulan Bator. Quelle: The Independent.


China cracks down on bloggers

Monday, 25.4.2011

Von Calum MacLeod. Quelle: USA Today.


Unknown ancient kingdom found in China

Monday, 25.4.2011

“… probably from the Xizhou dynasty … The Ba kingdom had never been seen in any historical record before …” Quelle: Times of India. Vgl. 千年揭秘:西周无名小国存“霸气” (Xinhua).


In Chengdu, Burial Is Also an Economic Rite

Monday, 25.4.2011

Mit Diaserie. Quelle: NYT.


Chinese ‘voice phishing’ ring busted

Monday, 25.4.2011

Von Lee Hyo-sik. Quelle: Korea Times.


Chinese police detain dozens at site of banned Easter service

Monday, 25.4.2011

Quelle: Guardian


Empört die deutschen Feuilletons und langweilt die chinesischen Besucher (aktualisiert)

Monday, 25.4.2011

Kunst der Aufklärung in Peking – eine vertane Chance? Von Michael Kahn-Ackermann (Dt.-Chin. Kulturnetz). Übersetzung von Huang Liaoyu: 《启蒙的艺术》在北京——一次被浪费的机会?. Update: Deutsche Kunst in Peking: Das „Große bunte Schwein“ ist recht zufrieden Von Mark Siemons (FAZ).


Chinese Truckers Protest Over Costs (aktualisiert)

Monday, 25.4.2011

“… Shanghai … truckers vowed in interviews Thursday that they would continue agitating for higher pay …” Von James T. Areddy. Quelle: WSJ. Vgl. 抗议油价飞涨 上海数千货运司机大罢工 “… 上海官方昨天没有就罢 …” (Lianhe Zaobao). Update: China moves to defuse Shanghai trucker protests (AP) und Truckers Protest, Adding to Chinese Fears of Unrest Von Michael Wines (NYT). Vgl. 上海卡车司机罢工进入第三天 (cn.reuters.com). Update: Fuel prices put China’s drivers in reverse Von Leslie Hook (FT).


Are China’s high-speed trains heading off the rails?

Sunday, 24.4.2011

“… the ministry’s new leadership announced that it was reducing the top speed of all the high speed trains from about 218 mph to 186, to enhance safety …” Von Keith B. Richburg. Quelle: Washington Post. Vgl. 为高铁买单的消费者 (Fenghuang Wang/Xin Shiji) und 铁道部长:高铁将降速又降价 加开低票价动车 (Xin Jing Bao).


Sichuan: Reports of 2 Tibetans Killed by Chinese Officers

Sunday, 24.4.2011

Von Edward Wong. Quelle: NYT.