Alle Einträge vom 21.9.2011

The rise and rise of Mandarin – but how many will end up speaking it?

Wednesday, 21.9.2011

Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: The Telegraph.


Antics of the ‘capital playboys’ disgust China

Wednesday, 21.9.2011

“… with money to burn, time to kill, film-star girlfriends …” Von Clifford Coonan. Quelle: The Independent.


China sets launch date for historic space dock

Wednesday, 21.9.2011

Quelle: Shanghai Daily


Tobacco helps you become talented 烟草助你成才

Wednesday, 21.9.2011

China Endorsing Tobacco in Schools Adds to $10 Trillion GDP Cost (SF Chroncle/Bloomberg). Vgl. 烟草企业赞助百所希望小学 烟草助你成才成标语
(Fenghuang Wang, Mai 2011).


Protests mark rising environment awareness in China

Wednesday, 21.9.2011

Von Bill Savadove. Quelle: AFP.


5,000 to 10,000 dogs would be butchered on the streets

Wednesday, 21.9.2011

Protests spur end of dog-meat fest “… People actually enjoyed killing them in various ways …” Von Xu Chi (Shanghai Daily).


Why China Is a Financial Midget

Wednesday, 21.9.2011

Beijing’s economic model will prevent the yuan from replacing the dollar as the world’s reserve currency. Von Jonathan Anderson. Quelle: WSJ.


WHO reports polio outbreak in China, warns of spread

Wednesday, 21.9.2011

Quelle: Reuters. Vgl. 中国小儿麻痹疫情为1999年後首见 (Reuters).