Alle Einträge vom 28.3.2012

The Mao Dun Literary Prize Winners

Wednesday, 28.3.2012

Zusammengestellt von Helen Wang. Quelle: paper-republic.org


Low Per-word Fee, No Royalties for Literary Translation into Chinese

Wednesday, 28.3.2012

Blogeintrag von Bruce Humes.


Revolving credit: the beating heart of China’s metal trade

Wednesday, 28.3.2012

“In a dilapidated high rise in a residential district of Shanghai … trading warehouse receipts and electronically via ShFE …” Von Melanie Burton. Quelle: Reuters.


The trouble with China’s Huawei

Wednesday, 28.3.2012

Von David Goldman. Quelle: CNN.


Dalai Lama Seen as Instigator and Solution in China-Tibet Struggle

Wednesday, 28.3.2012

Von William Ide. Quelle: VOA.


I don’t think it’s ugly, and my 4-year-old daughter loves it!

Wednesday, 28.3.2012

China amid weird, wacky building boom “… Beauty is different to different people …” Von Calum MacLeod (USA Today).


Zuckerberg in China: Let the Rumors Begin

Wednesday, 28.3.2012

Von Mark McDonald. Quelle: NYT.


Chinese Famine Led to More Female Births

Wednesday, 28.3.2012

Von Helen Fields. Quelle: Science.


Chongqing: Der Tod eines Abstinenzlers (aktualisiert)

Wednesday, 28.3.2012

The mysterious death of Neil Heywood “… [Wang Lijun] also claimed that Mr. Bo’s wife, Gu Kailai, was involved in a business dispute with Mr. Heywood … Local authorities swiftly declared that he died of ‘excessive alcohol consumption’ … he was a teetotaler …” (WSJ). Update: Britain asks China to probe death of UK citizen in Bo Xilai’s Chongqing Von Malcolm Moore (Telegraph). Update: NYT-Artikel. Weiterer Artikel von Malcolm Moore.