Alle Einträge vom 1.3.2012

Prickly Pritzker: China’s Newly Crowned Architect [Wang Shu]

Thursday, 1.3.2012

Von Jiayang Fan. Quelle: The New Yorker. Ferner: Will Wang Shu’s Pritzker Win Prove Pivotal for China? Von Lara Day und Josh Chin (WSJ-Blog).


The black box of SOE organization

Thursday, 1.3.2012

China’s State Capitalism: the Real World Implications Von Stanley Lubman (WSJ-Blog).


China combats air pollution with tough monitoring rules

Thursday, 1.3.2012

“… ordering all major cities to monitor tiny particles …” Von Mary Hennock. Quelle: Guardian.


Chinese wait to see if criminal law overhaul will give police power …

Thursday, 1.3.2012

… to disappear people (Washington post/AP)


Theater: At Hong Kong Festival, a Nobel Laureate [Gao Xingjian] Returns

Thursday, 1.3.2012

Von Joyce Hor-Chung Lau. Quelle: NYT.


China hits out at ‘troublemaker’ Manila in maritime row

Thursday, 1.3.2012

Quelle: BBC


Tibetan Writer [Woeser] Says China Is Blocking Her From Award

Thursday, 1.3.2012

Von Edward Wong. Quelle: NYT.


A dozen killed in latest Chinese [Xinjiang] riots (aktualisiert)

Thursday, 1.3.2012

Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph. Update: NYT-Artikel.


Chinese kung fu actress [Bai Jing] murdered

Thursday, 1.3.2012

Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


Palmtechnik aus Peking

Thursday, 1.3.2012

Die Wahrheit: Unter Peking-Palmen Kolumne von Christian Y. Schmidt (taz).


The Economist in China

Thursday, 1.3.2012

In our nearly 170-year history, The Economist’s coverage of China’s Boxer Uprising of 1900 was not a high point. Quelle: Economist.