Alle Einträge vom 6.5.2011

The Lost Bladesman

Friday, 6.5.2011

‘Bladesman’ cuts a swathe through Chinese box office (Independent)


How Chairman Mao is helping China’s bid to win volleyball Olympic gold

Friday, 6.5.2011

Quelle: Guardian-Blog


Opinion: Chinese market drives me crazy!

Friday, 6.5.2011

Von Geeta Kochhar. Quelle: People’s Daily Online.


Das Kino Hongkongs ist im Verschwinden begriffen

Friday, 6.5.2011

Die Stille nach dem Stunt “… Den Filmen … ist ihr spezieller Hongkong-Bezug mit chirurgischer Präzision entfernt worden …” Von Tilman Baumgärtel (taz).


China’s first microblog novel published

Friday, 6.5.2011

Quelle: China Media News. Vgl. 中国首部微博小说《围脖时期的爱情》出版 (Chengdu Ribao).


Chinese women are flocking to U.S. B-schools

Friday, 6.5.2011

For Chinese Women, U.S. MBAs Are All the Rage (Bloomberg- Businessweek)


Pulling apart rivals’ products and imitating them

Friday, 6.5.2011

Special report: Can China’s billions spur the next big idea? “… the aim is to provide 80 percent of global best quality but at 50 percent of the cost … If you can make money doing that – and many do – you really have no incentive to invest in high-risk innovation …” Von Don Durfee und James Pomfret (Reuters).


The most surprising demographic crisis

Friday, 6.5.2011

Quelle: The Economist


Sandstorm covers Shanghai in dust (aktualisiert)

Friday, 6.5.2011

Quelle: Global Times. Update: Sandstorms carry toxic heavy metals, not just grit “… worst-ever air quality …” Von Ni Tao (Shanghai Daily).