Alle Einträge vom July, 2011

A knowledge economy is incompatible with a one-party state

Sunday, 31.7.2011

China will implode if it doesn’t change its authoritarian ways Von Will Hutton (Guardian).


Beware of geeks baring thighs: China sin-drome sounds alarm

Sunday, 31.7.2011

Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: SMH/Guardian.


Chinese banks could survive ‘50%’ property slide

Sunday, 31.7.2011

“… according to stress tests …” Quelle: Times of India.


Renaissance der Literaturzeitschrift? 人文杂志在复兴?

Sunday, 31.7.2011

Von Yan Wu, übersetzt von Julia Buddeberg. Quelle: Deutsch-Chinesisches Kulturnetz. Chin. Textfassung hier.


Ma Jian 马建

Saturday, 30.7.2011

Exiled author Ma Jian banned from visiting China Writer warns of increasingly repressive political regime after he is stopped from entering Chinese mainland from Hong Kong. Von Tania Branigan (Guardian).Vgl. Ma Jian: Der Tabubrecher (Handelsblatt, Okt.2009).


Der Afrika-Beauftragte der Bundesregierung macht auch China Vorwürfe

Saturday, 30.7.2011

Hungerkatastrophe befördert – Nooke prangert Landkauf an (n-tv.). Vgl. China rejects Africa land buy-ups (Independent) und 外交部:中国没有在非洲大量收购土地 (Xinhua).


Chinesischer Film: Aufruf zu mehr Realismus 转型年代呼唤现实主义大片

Saturday, 30.7.2011

Von Li Tie, übersetzt von Julia Buddeberg. Quelle: Deutsch-Chinesisches Kulturnetz/Nanfang Zhoumo. Chin. Version hier.


China loses patience with US leaders who ‘kidnapped’ world finance

Saturday, 30.7.2011

Von Tom Bawden. Quelle: Independent.


Compete with China: know your Chinese competitors 研究:了解中国对手

Saturday, 30.7.2011

Von Stefan Wagstyl. Quelle: ftchinese.com


Erfolgreiche chinesische Musiker in Deutschland

Saturday, 30.7.2011

Von Günther Huesmann. Quelle: Deutsch-Chinesisches Kulturnetz. Mit chin. Übersetzung von Su Wei.


Chinese speed skating star [Wang Meng] in hospital after fighting with coach

Friday, 29.7.2011

Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph. Vgl. 王濛带伤亮相将揭冲突内幕 (Beijing Chenbao).


China discovers enormous meteorite

Friday, 29.7.2011

“… in the remote Altai mountains …” Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


Warum China auch zur Macht im Schwimmbecken wird

Friday, 29.7.2011

Von Robert Dunker. Quelle: Welt.


Many of the country’s World Heritage sites are not living up to promise

Friday, 29.7.2011

Heritage for sale Von Xuyang Jingjing (Global Times).


China Researcher Urges Government To Sell Dollar Assets

Friday, 29.7.2011

Von Aaron Back und Rose Yu. Quelle: WSJ/Dow Jones.


Alibaba to launch mobile operating system 阿里巴巴推出移动操作系统

Friday, 29.7.2011

Quelle: ftchinese.com


Timo Boll trimmt sich in China auf Olympia-Kurs

Friday, 29.7.2011

Im Reich der Super-Spieler Von Melanie Haack (Welte).


Abducted children rescued 中国警方解救89名被拐儿童

Thursday, 28.7.2011

Quelle: ftchinese.com


What Steve Jobs can learn from fake Apple stores

Thursday, 28.7.2011

“… Knowing Steve, I suspect he is laughing. All the publicity has given the brand an even bigger boost …” Von Pan Kwan Yuk. Quelle: FT Blog.


Do not question. Do not elaborate. Do not associate.

Thursday, 28.7.2011

The politics of China’s high-speed train wreck “… a major blow to the credibility of the communist government, which had hoped to sell its trains to other countries – including the United States …” Meinungsartikel der Washington Post. Update: China train crash inquiry ordered as public outrage continues China’s premier promises train crash report in response to dissent over propaganda directives to journalists. Von Tania Branigan (Guardian). Vgl. 上海铁路局:温州南站信号设备在设计上存在严重缺陷
Quelle: Zhongguo Zhenquan Wang/Xinhua. Update: Chinese rail crash: premier visits site amid mounting anger Wen Jiabao pledged ‘a probe that will withstand the test of history’, blaming illness for his previous. Von Tania Branigan (Guardian).


China’s Top Ten …

Thursday, 28.7.2011

… publishing houses, newspaper, printing and distribution groups (China Media News, Berlin)


Archaeopteryx entthront?

Thursday, 28.7.2011

Feathers fly in first bird debate A chicken-sized dinosaur fossil found in China may have overturned a long-held theory about the origin of birds. Von Matt McGrath (BBC).


China sucht Rohstoffe in 5057 Metern Tiefe

Thursday, 28.7.2011

Quelle: suedostschweiz.ch


Der Tod eines Obsthändlers …

Thursday, 28.7.2011

… hat in der chinesischen Provinz Guizhou zu gewaltsamen Auseinandersetzungen geführt. Krawalle in China (Spiegel).


China boosts naval power with carrier program: sources

Thursday, 28.7.2011

Von Ben Blanchard und Benjamin Lim. Quelle: Reuters.