Alle Einträge vom 26.8.2011

Shortlist for China’s Mao Dun Literature Prize published (aktualisiert)

Friday, 26.8.2011

Liu Xinglong: “Skywalker”, Zhang Wei: “You in the highlands”, Bi Feiyu: “Massage”, Mo Yan: “Frog”, Guan Renshan: “Mai River”, Liu Zhen: “A Sentence Tops Ten Thousand Sentences”, Guo Wenbin: “Lunar Calendar”, Liu Qingbang: “Moonlight Everywhere”, Deng Yiguang: “I am my God”, Jiang Zilong: “Peasant Empire.” Quelle: China Media News (Berlin). Update: Liste der Gewinner. Quelle: Media News. Vgl. 《你在高原》等5部长篇小说获第八届茅盾文学奖 (Xinhua).


Taiwan’s military ‘activities’ could force China talks

Friday, 26.8.2011

Von Peter Enav. Quelle: Independent.


China to the rescue? The property market says no 中国政府对房价动真格

Friday, 26.8.2011

“… Beijing is regaining credibility by staying the course on property tightening …” Von Simon Rabinovitch. Quelle: ftchinese.com.


ConocoPhillips warned that Chinese partner could hinder oil spill clean-up

Friday, 26.8.2011

Von Jonathan Watts. Quelle: Guardian.


Management-Bachelor mit Schwerpunkt China

Friday, 26.8.2011

“Rund 24.000 Euro wird der Studiengang kosten …” Quelle: Hamburger Abendblatt.


Admit It: China Has Emerged

Friday, 26.8.2011

Von Christopher Chung. Quelle: WSJ.


Japan’s political turmoil a lever for China

Friday, 26.8.2011

Von Yoichi Shiraishi und Makoto Murayama. Quelle: Daily Yomiuri.


Chinese Rating Agency Chief: ‘The Whole World Will Be in Danger’

Friday, 26.8.2011

Quelle: Spiegel


“Der Westen ist hochnäsig”

Friday, 26.8.2011

Nachtrag. “Chinas stellvertretende Außenministerin Fu Ying, 58, wirft Europäern und Amerikanern vor …” Quelle: Spiegel.


UAB address shown in Chinese hacking video

Friday, 26.8.2011

Quelle: cbs42.com. Update: China broadcasts footage of cyber attack on state television Von Malcolm Moore (Telegraph).


Whippings of endangered big cats

Friday, 26.8.2011

Quelle: AFP


China replaces Tibet’s hardline top official [Zhang Qingli]

Friday, 26.8.2011

Von Ben Blanchard. Quelle: Reuters.