Alle Einträge vom 9.5.2011

Most Seoul High Schools Prefer Japanese, Chinese as 2nd Language

Monday, 9.5.2011

Quelle: The Chosun Ilbo


Bookworms burrow at conference on Chinese literature

Monday, 9.5.2011

“More than 180 novelists, poets, literary translators and researchers from 11 countries …” Quelle: Xinhua. Vgl. “中国文学海外传播”国际学术研讨会隆重开幕 (Zhongguo Guangbo Wang).


Development plans of Chinese mainland, Taiwan …

Monday, 9.5.2011

…to upgrade cross-Strait industrial cooperation: experts (Xinhua)


Malaysia: Chinese groups back plan to ban shark hunting

Monday, 9.5.2011

Quelle: The Star


Big spenders

Monday, 9.5.2011

In France, China’s Noveau Rich Shop ‘Til They Drop Von Kenneth Rapoza
(Forbes-Blog).


A mysterious bespectacled foreigner on rollerblades

Monday, 9.5.2011

Chinese city abuzz at Rollerman’s drive against rule-breakers Von Clifford Coonan (Independent).


MA60: Quality of Chinese-made plane questioned after crash

Monday, 9.5.2011

Quelle: Jakarta Post


Qiu Xiaolong: Der Ãœbersetzer Chinas (aktualisiert)

Monday, 9.5.2011

Rainer Nowak bespricht in der “Presse” Qiu Xiaolongs Roman „Tödliches Wasser –Oberinspektor Chens sechster Fall“, ohne die Ãœbersetzerin zu nennen (es ist Susanne Hornfeck). Update: Book Review: When Red is Black by Qiu Xiaolong (seattlepi.com).


How a networking immigrant became a spy

Monday, 9.5.2011

Von Pauline Arrillaga. Quelle: Miami Herald.


iPad 2 Buyer Violence

Monday, 9.5.2011

Scalper Blamed for iPad 2 Buyer Violence in China “… A shattered glass door and several customers being injured …” Von Paul Suarez (PCWorld).


A stomach-turning string of food-safety scandals

Monday, 9.5.2011

In China, Fear of Fake Eggs and ‘Recycled’ Buns Von Sharon LaFraniere (NYT).


It does not matter whether the powerful government price regulator “asks” or “orders” producers.

Monday, 9.5.2011

China Imposes Price Controls, Informally “… technocrats have been resorting to unusual tactics, such as buying vegetable stands …” Von Gordon G. Chang (Forbes-Blog).


China’s car craving seen as road to riches

Monday, 9.5.2011

Von Sarah-Jane Tasker. Quelle: The Australian.