Alle Einträge vom 13.11.2011

Shanghai: German week begins

Sunday, 13.11.2011

Quelle: Shanghai Daily


VR China hat Meerwasserentsalzung im Visier

Sunday, 13.11.2011

Von Bernd Schaaf. Quelle: gtai.


The island’s absorption into mainland China is inevitable

Sunday, 13.11.2011

‘New York Times’ op-ed calls on US to sell out Taiwan Von William Lowther (Taipei Times).


The struggles of Chinese students to assimilate into U.S. universities’ student life

Sunday, 13.11.2011

How to Help Chinese Students Von Kevin Slate (The Diplomat).


Nun ja, 53 Prozent Alkohol

Sunday, 13.11.2011

Maotai, der Schnaps der Revolution “… Jetzt will China seinen Staats-Schnaps zum Weltgeist machen …” Von Johnny Erling (Welt).


Programs to attract talents and experts in the culture and innovation sector from overseas

Sunday, 13.11.2011

[Shanghai] City plans incentives to boost cultural industry Von Dong Zhen (Shanghai Daily).


Pea-soup pollution

Sunday, 13.11.2011

China concedes it underestimates air pollution levels Von Malcolm Moore (Telegraph).


Wait for news from Russia

Sunday, 13.11.2011

Craft’s loss could boost country’s Mars program The so-far unsuccessful Russian Mars mission – with a Chinese satellite aboard – may instead boost China’s own probe of the Red Planet. Von Zhao Huanxin und Xin Dingding (China Daily). Vgl. 专家称中国火星探测器最早可能26日坠落地球 (sina.com/Chengshi Wanbao).


Wenzhou’s entrepreneurs are paying for their wrong decisions …

Sunday, 13.11.2011

… but government should help them defuse speculation bubble. Not a crisis but surely an alarm Kommentar von Wu Jiangang (China Daily).


China tries to stay in control of the web with new rules for reporters

Sunday, 13.11.2011

China has banned journalists from publishing information culled from the internet without verification. Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


Social justice or reverse discrimination?

Sunday, 13.11.2011

“Renmin University … intends to enroll rural students whose families produced no college graduates in the past three generations …” Blogbeiträge. Quelle: China Daily.