Alle Einträge vom 19.6.2011

Sidney Shapiro – Sha Boli

Sunday, 19.6.2011

Nachtrag. Sha Boli, China’s Jewish Translator, Writer and Movie Actor Nick Frisch über den Übersetzer des Shuihu Zhuan (The Jewish Daily Forward).


Ramgarh (Indien): Chinese to make documentary on WWII cemetery

Sunday, 19.6.2011

Von N K Agarwal. Quelle: Times of India. Vgl. Artikel über das Ramgarh Training Center hier.


Haftstrafen für iPad-Geheimnisverrat

Sunday, 19.6.2011

Quelle: Standard


Die kommunistische Führung sitzt auf einem Vulkan

Sunday, 19.6.2011

Unruhen in China: Wut – so heiß wie ein Vulkan Kommentar von Henrik Bork (SZ).


Wimbledon 2001: Li Na, a singular lady leading China’s long march to glory

Sunday, 19.6.2011

Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian.


Chinese stocks lose their luster in US markets

Sunday, 19.6.2011

Von Alexander Osipovich. Quelle: AFP.


Hanyu pinyin not at odds with traditional Chinese characters: Ma [Ma Ying-jeou]

Sunday, 19.6.2011

Quelle: Focus Taiwan


China’s ghost towns: New satellite pictures show massive skyscraper cities which are STILL completely empty

Sunday, 19.6.2011

Quelle: Daily Mail


Rizal, Spratlys, China, Philippines, Vietnam

Sunday, 19.6.2011

Empowering the Filipino People. By former Philippine president Fidel V. Ramos. Quelle: Manila Bulletin.


It’s pronounced “WHAH-way”, by the way

Sunday, 19.6.2011

Huawei: China’s best kept secret Technology giant Huawei plans to calm US security fears and win over the West. Von Christopher Williams (The Telegraph).


Nouriel Roubini is all wrong about China

Sunday, 19.6.2011

“… It is important that analysts use real, not phantom, data points to draw conclusions about China.” Von Shaun Rein. Quelle: Financial Post.


The exploding market for diamonds in China

Sunday, 19.6.2011

The King of Really Big Diamonds [Laurence Graff] Heads to China Von Geraldine Fabrikant. Quelle: NYT.


Burma blames ethnic Kachin rebels for deadly clashes

Sunday, 19.6.2011

Quelle: BBC