Alle Einträge vom 8.8.2011

The town where nobody lives

Monday, 8.8.2011

“In the outskirts of Shanghai, a traditional style Spanish village town …” Von Chen Xiaoru. Quelle: Global Times.


Records show museum [Palace Museum] sold antiques for profit

Monday, 8.8.2011

Von Zheng Jinran. Quelle: China Daily.


The lonely couple who guard a storm-tossed outpost of China

Monday, 8.8.2011

“… on Kaishan island, which lies 12 miles off the coastal Chinese city of Lianyungang …” Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


Debt crisis: Beijing happy to help eurozone but is wary of domestic cost

Monday, 8.8.2011

Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


Analysis: “Housewives” heads to China as Hollywood inks deals

Monday, 8.8.2011

Von Melanie Lee. Quelle: Reuters.


New Tibetan PM …

Monday, 8.8.2011

…Vows to Continue Pressing China on Autonomy (VOA)


Heilongjiang: “… the wall, which bore the names of 229 Japanese immigrants, was demolished by the local government …”

Monday, 8.8.2011

Public anger brings down memorial Von An Baijie und Tian Xuefei (China Daily). Vgl. Blogeintrag 为了生意岂能背叛历史? und 黑龙江一县为日本移民立碑 称体现民族胸怀 (Xinhua).


Vinegar should be made from rice

Monday, 8.8.2011

Official in vinegar controversy “… only 5 percent of vinegar on the market [is] authentic … too much glacial acetic acid could do harm to people’s mouths, stomachs and intestinal tracts. If industrial acid is used, there could be some heavy metal elements present …” Von Lu Feiran (Shanghai Daily). Vgl. “多年陈醋”只是宣传噱头 (163.com/Qilu Wanbao).


Elop took a trip to North Huangqiang business street

Monday, 8.8.2011

Ringing the changes Shen Jingting über die Handy-Industrie und Shenzhen (China Daily).


Nicht mehr ausgeben, als man einnimmt 量入为出

Monday, 8.8.2011

China tells US to ‘live within means’ 中国敦促美国“量入为出” (ftchinese.com).


Marriage knots unraveling

Monday, 8.8.2011

“Extramarital affairs a major factor …” Von He Na. Quelle: China Daily.


China’s Premier Seeks Reforms and Relevance

Monday, 8.8.2011

Von Jonathan Ansfield, Michael Wines und Sharon LaFraniere. Quelle: NYT.


Revolution der Mikroblogger in China (aktualisiert)

Monday, 8.8.2011

Quelle: Welt/DPA. Update: Can microblogs change China’s rulers? Von Michael Bristow (BBC).


A Silk Road culture pushed to the brink (aktualisiert)

Monday, 8.8.2011

Adrienne Mong über Kashgar. Quelle: MSNBC. Update: China remodels Silk Road city but scars run deep Von Marianne Barriaux (AFP).