Alle Einträge vom 9.5.2012

The venerable teachers were willing to pass their expertise

Wednesday, 9.5.2012

HK: Acclaimed author Pai Hsien-yung spearheads Kunqu programme to launch Chinese Opera Festival 2012 (7thspace.com)


Earn Money, But Keep Your Hands Clean!

Wednesday, 9.5.2012

“… in the case of China, the [British] Council engages with the perpetrator …” Von Tienchi Martin-Liao. Quelle: Sampsonia Way. Ferner: The British Council brings more shame on us All authors are welcome to the London Book Fair… as long as they don’t upset the Chinese. Von Nick Cohen (Guardian).


The best way to protect Lion City is to leave it underwater

Wednesday, 9.5.2012

Qiandaohu (Zhejiang): China’s Atlantis Von Eric Jou, Wang Zhenghua und Zhang Jianming (China Daily). Vgl. 千岛湖水下古城探秘直播最后一日——重点探索儒学前区域 (qdhnews.com).


Freedom of speech is best achieved …

Wednesday, 9.5.2012

… gradually “… closure of the Sina Weibo accounts of several public intellectuals …” Von Wang Wenwen (Global Times).


China stirs up trouble with Philippines

Wednesday, 9.5.2012

Sovereignty dispute over oil-rich chain of islands sparks sabre-rattling between the countries in South China Sea. Von Brice Pedroletti und Bruno Philip. Quelle: Guardian. Ferner: 菲媒称中国在黄岩岛海域船只已增至33艘 (sina.com/ Huanqiu Shibao) und 中国驻菲使馆紧急通知:在菲中方人员注意安全. Update: Philippine President Aquino plays tough over China’s Huangyan Island to revive popularity: author (Xinhua).


China considers delay of key party congress: sources

Wednesday, 9.5.2012

Quelle: Reuters


U.S. sees China pushed to let market forces work

Wednesday, 9.5.2012

“… China faces ‘an extraordinarily steep demographic cliff’ …” Von Glenn Somerville. Quelle: Reuters.


China Court to Hear Dissident Artist Ai Weiwei’s Tax Lawsuit

Wednesday, 9.5.2012

Quelle: Reuters


Shanghai: Pudong bridge is falling down

Wednesday, 9.5.2012

Von Cai Xianmin. Quelle: Global Times.

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