Alle Einträge vom 11.6.2011

The annual hand-wringing over whether or not the gaokao should be reformed

Saturday, 11.6.2011

Kung Fu Panda Versus China’s College Entrance Exam Von Adam Minter (Bloomberg).


Lichuan, Hubei: Protesters clash with police in China (aktualisiert)

Saturday, 11.6.2011

Quelle: Straits Times. Update: Chinese Anti-Corruption Leader Murdered Von Christopher Michael Luna (The Propagandist).


A campaign to combat smoking in China

Saturday, 11.6.2011

Baidu CEO [Robin Li] and Bill Gates Take On Smoking (WSJ)


The easiest way to catch fish is by muddying the water 混水摸鱼 (aktualisiert)

Saturday, 11.6.2011

Muddy Waters Research Is a Thorn to Some Chinese Companies Von David Barboza und Azam Agmed (NYT). Vgl. 专访Muddy Waters创始人:将发布IPO欺诈报告 (163.com/21 Shiji Jingji Baodao). Update: Analysis: Investors drop China broadly; shun big names, IPOs Von Ryan Vlastelica (Reuters).


The Mongolian situation

Saturday, 11.6.2011

Ethnic Protests in China Have Lengthy Roots Von Andrew Jacobs (NYT).


China quake activist [Huang Qi] freed from prison: wife

Saturday, 11.6.2011

Quelle: AFP


Clinton warned that China didn’t always have Africa’s interests at heart

Saturday, 11.6.2011

U.S. Aims to Gain New Edge in Africa Von Peter Wonacott (WSJ).


Opel könnte an China gehen

Saturday, 11.6.2011

GM hat angeblich ein Angebot von BAIC. Von Nikolaus Doll. Quelle: Welt.


Wilderei bei den Spratlys

Saturday, 11.6.2011

Chinese poachers caught near Spratlys to face charges Von Sophia Regina Dedace (GMA News).


Almost all the revenue of the South Sudan government comes from oil

Saturday, 11.6.2011

Chinese oil company assured of Unity State security day before SAF bombing Von Bonifacio Taban Kuich (Sudan Tribune).


When China decides to take over Taiwan, that is when it will be a superpower

Saturday, 11.6.2011

When will China become a global superpower? Von Thair Shaikh (CNN).


The concept of buyer beware

Saturday, 11.6.2011

Investing in China a tricky business at the best of times, experts say Von Craig Wong (The Canadian Press).