Alle Einträge vom 17.10.2011

Schwangerer Hitler in Peking: Wenn das der Mao wüsste!

Monday, 17.10.2011

Nachtrag. Ein merkwürdiges Theaterstück und eine noch merkwürdigere Folklore machen in Peking aus Hitler eine phantastische Gestalt. Von Mark Siemons. Quelle: FAZ. Englische Übersetzung von Adam Cathart hier.


Wer erbt Blog und Avatar?

Monday, 17.10.2011

Virtual heritage arouses concern among Chinese netizens (eastday.com)


From Beijing on Chinese language

Monday, 17.10.2011

“The Sindh government has recently announced that it will make Chinese a part of the curriculum in Sind … I felt great difficulty in adapting to this unusual language because it has no basic set of alphabet … every Pinyen could be pronounced in four different ways … The government is requested to reintroduce Arabic as a compulsory language … to give our youth a better understanding of our religion …” Leserbrief von Ayaz Ahmed aus dawn.com (Pakistan).


Chinese Jews Feel More At Home In Israel

Monday, 17.10.2011

Von Benjamin Haas. Quelle: Huffington Post/Los Angeles Times.


Chinese Banks Increase Mortgage Rates as Property Prices Decline

Monday, 17.10.2011

Quelle: Bloomberg


Chinese Mekong cargo ships escorted to Yunnan after deadly attack

Monday, 17.10.2011

Quelle: Pattaya Mail


Carlyle buys into Chinese cinema

Monday, 17.10.2011

Von Jamil Anderlini. Quelle: FT-Blog.


Primitive ethics help shape China’s foreign policy

Monday, 17.10.2011

“… heavily influenced by the values of primitive communist society …” Von Wei Zhengxiang. Quelle: Global Times.


Are you a journalist? We kill the dogs only to feed ourselves!

Monday, 17.10.2011

Dog slaughter continues Von Wen Ya und Xu Tianran (Global Times).


Huawei goes on attack against US restrictions 华为批评美国市场准入政策

Monday, 17.10.2011

Von Stephanie Kirchgaessner. Quelle: ftchinese.com.


China needs a long-term solution to its property woes

Monday, 17.10.2011

“… power and economic privilege have to be wrested from party elites, state enterprises and banks, and given to new beneficiaries such as private companies, households, college graduates and rural migrant workers …” Kommentar von George Magnus. Quelle: FT.


China’s pricelings break their silence

Monday, 17.10.2011

Von John Garnaut. Quelle: SMH.


China’s Africa ambitions threaten policy

Monday, 17.10.2011

Von Leo Lewis. Quelle: The Australian/The Times.


Tensions flare over oil in South China Sea

Monday, 17.10.2011

Von Ben Bland und Jamil Anderlini. Quelle: FT. Vgl. zweisprachige Version in ftchinese.com.


Mao wasn’t a musician!

Monday, 17.10.2011

Nachtrag. “US-China Musical Diplomacy” at the US Consulate in Chengdu Von Adam Cathcart (Sinologistical Violoncellist).