Alle Einträge vom 22.8.2011

A People’s Republic of China family telling my fellowmen not to cook curry (aktualisiert)

Monday, 22.8.2011

Singapore’s ‘anti-Chinese curry war’ Von Malcolm Moore (Telegraph). Update: Singaporeans’ culinary anti-immigration protest: curry Von Harry Suhartono (Reuters).


Take strong sunscreen, lip balm, sun glasses

Monday, 22.8.2011

Finding lost horizons Xu Wei über die Provinz Yunnan (Xinhua).


U.S. scholars say their book on China led to travel ban

Monday, 22.8.2011

“…The authors of ‘Xinjiang: China’s Muslim Borderland’ …” Von Daniel de Vise. Quelle: Washington Post.


All my friends who have been here said it was incredibly fantastic

Monday, 22.8.2011

‘Energy and ambition’ attract young Americans Von He Wei (China Daily).


Hong Kong Central Shop Rents to Boom as Gap, Abercrombie Plan Stores

Monday, 22.8.2011

Von Kelvin Wong. Quelle: Bloomberg.


Dearth of the Documentary

Monday, 22.8.2011

Quelle: Xinhua/Global Times


Sheep fed with Clenbuterol

Monday, 22.8.2011

Crackdown urged for sheep feed additive Von Jin Zhu (China Daily).


Auf der Suche nach Chinas Bill Gates

Monday, 22.8.2011

Von Thomas Seifert. Quelle: Die Presse.


Biden: China sollte USA nicht voreilig abschreiben

Monday, 22.8.2011

Von Jeff Mason. Quelle: Reuters.


Pakistan vows to help China fight Uyghur militants in Xinjiang

Monday, 22.8.2011

Quelle: IBN Live


Another anti-China protest in Hanoi, dozens of people arrested

Monday, 22.8.2011

Quelle: todayonline.com


Bruce Willis Sees Future in China as Cinema Boom Lures Hollywood

Monday, 22.8.2011

Quelle: San Francisco Chronicle/Bloomberg.


Legendary East to go public with initial value of $441 million

Monday, 22.8.2011

“… intends to produce one or two English language movies based on Chinese history and culture per year to be distributed globally …” Von Ben Fritz. Quelle: LA Times.


Chinas Kunst-Avantgarde – Die Zukunft ist jetzt!

Monday, 22.8.2011

Ankündigung von Dokus über Liu Xiaodong und Cao Fei bei ARTE. Quelle: Kurier.


Die Konstanzer Hochschulen und China

Monday, 22.8.2011

Quelle: Südkurier