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Chinese state media fall for tax hoax

Wednesday, 17.8.2011

Government notice on new income tax rule, widely reported by official news agencies, is uncovered as a fake. Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian.


There is no paradise, only tragedy

Wednesday, 17.8.2011

The Myth of Socialist Paradise Von Lobsang Sangay (NYT).


China speeds past India’s slow train to Himalayas

Wednesday, 17.8.2011

Quelle: CNBC/Reuters


American Wheels, Chinese Roads

Wednesday, 17.8.2011

Good for GM, Good for China How did General Motors, a company not known for nimble adaptation, find success in the Chinese market? Edward Niedermeyer bespricht ein Buch von Michael J. Dunne (WSJ).


Fighting China’s Golden Shield: Cisco sued over jailing and torture of dissidents

Wednesday, 17.8.2011

Von Asher Moses. Quelle: SMH.


Edinburgh Festival 2011: The Revenge of Prince Zi Dan – The secret of Hamlet in Chinese

Wednesday, 17.8.2011

The Shanghai Peking Opera Company is bringing Shakespeare to Edinburgh in a version especially for foreigners. Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


China feels after-effects of economic stimulus

Wednesday, 17.8.2011

Beijing’s massive program to shield its economy from fallout from the financial crisis has fueled inflation. Many construction projects, including malls and office towers, sit nearly empty. Von David Pierson. Quelle: LA Times.


Pakistan gave China access to secret U.S. aircraft involved in bin Laden raid, paper says (aktualisiert)

Wednesday, 17.8.2011

Quelle: Reuters, und Pakistan let Chinese see secret US aircraft “中国获准接触美军隐形直升机残骸” (ftchinese.com). Update: Austausch von Militärgeheimnissen: Pakistans China-Flirt alarmiert die USA Von Hasnain Kazim (Spiegel). Update: China: Helicopter Report Denied (Reuters).