Alle Einträge vom 24.5.2011

World literature tour: China

Tuesday, 24.5.2011

The tightening suppression of China’s creative voices makes this a good moment to seek them out. Quelle: Guardian-Blog.


Calculating the Coming Slowdown in China

Tuesday, 24.5.2011

Von Alan Wheatley. Quelle: NYT/Reuters.


1989: I was a Xinhua reporter but I was among one of the first groups of protesters

Tuesday, 24.5.2011

Daughter’s success prompts past reflections “… Twenty years after Tiananmen, China’s big economic success and social change demands new thinking about China and Tiananmen …” Von Li Xiguang (Global Times).


Kinder von Todeskandidaten – Zum Leben verurteilt

Tuesday, 24.5.2011

Von Philipp Mattheis. Quelle: SZ.


Das 17-Punkte-Abkommen über die friedliche Befreiung Tibets

Tuesday, 24.5.2011

China feiert 60 Jahre “Befreiung” Tibets Von Ruth Kirchner (ARD).


China opens outbound travel to foreign operators

Tuesday, 24.5.2011

Quelle: Xinhua


Peaceful Spratlys resolution reaffirmed

Tuesday, 24.5.2011

Von Christine O. Avendaño und Dona Z. Pazzibugan. Quelle: Inquirer (Manila).


Greifvogel auf einem Ast

Tuesday, 24.5.2011

Rekordpreis für Gemälde von chinesischem Maler Qi [Qi Baishi] (AFP)


Worst electricity deficit since 2004 (aktualisiert)

Tuesday, 24.5.2011

China’s electricity shortages may worsen as summer looms (Sydney Morning Herald). Update: China’s Zhejiang Province to Impose Punitive Prices on Heavy Power Users (Bloomberg). Update: Xinhua-Artikel.