Alle Einträge vom 20.12.2011

Escaping Confucian disharmony 中国告别传统孝道?

Tuesday, 20.12.2011

“… no one is getting any younger – except, maybe, members of the Chinese Politburo … Von Patti Waldmeir. Quelle: ftchinese.com.


Successful capture of thousands

Tuesday, 20.12.2011

Public hailed for help in key manhunt Von Liu Meng (Global Times).


Shanghai home to 1 in 4 of nation’s expats

Tuesday, 20.12.2011

Von Miranda Shek. Quelle: Global Times.


North Korea: China Exerts Influence Nurtured Over Decades

Tuesday, 20.12.2011

“… China and North Korea are locked in this dance of interdependency …” Von Edward Wong. Quelle: NYT. Ferner: China Slow to Respond to Kim Jong-il’s Death (Chosun Ilbo).


A Chinese Brand Flounders in U.S.

Tuesday, 20.12.2011

Even ‘Shaq’ Isn’t Enough to Help Beijing’s Li Ning Gain Ground Against Nike. “… tapping into the common view in the U.S. that Eastern culture understands nature, balance and a mind-body connection …” Von Laurie Burkitt. Quelle: WSJ. Vgl. 李宁低调布局波特兰 渗透美国市场与日俱增 (investide.cn, Jan. 2011).


China party official issues harsh warning to members over growing popularity of religion

Tuesday, 20.12.2011

Quelle: Washington Post/AP.


Will the financial crisis get a new epicentre in China?

Tuesday, 20.12.2011

Von Paul Krugman. Quelle: Irish Times.


Miyun: Ban the use of Chinese to create the illusion of being abroad (aktualisiert)

Tuesday, 20.12.2011

European-style project to ban spoken Chinese Von Li Qian (Shanghai Daily). Vgl. Blogeintrag 中国唯一禁止说汉语的地方?. Update: Miyun pulls plug on English town Von Yan Shuang (Global Times).


Inside Wukan: the Chinese village that fought back (aktualisiert)

Tuesday, 20.12.2011

Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph. Update: Chinese village locked in rebellion against authorities Von Andrew Jacobs (The Star/NYT). Update: Der tote Bauer, das Herz und der Folterverdacht Von Johnny Erling (Welt). Update: CChina Protesters Share Food as Supplies Run Out (Bloomberg).


Endspiel in Nordkorea: Noch einen Kim hält das Land nicht aus

Tuesday, 20.12.2011

Dietrich Alexander interviewt für die Welt Hanns Günther Hilpert (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik).