Alle Einträge vom 12.5.2012

The world’s most important story

Saturday, 12.5.2012

Nachtrag. Von Jonathan Watts. Chin. Ãœbersetzung hier. Quelle: chinadialogue.net.


Attacke auf Chinesen – Blutschuld des Drogenbosses vom Goldenen Dreieck

Saturday, 12.5.2012

Die Auslieferung eines asiatischen Drogenbosses [Naw Kham] nach China wurde wie eine Demonstration imperialer Macht inszeniert. Von Johnny Erling. Quelle: Welt.


China’s Corporate Leninism

Saturday, 12.5.2012

Von John Lee. Quelle: The American Interest.


Umstrittenes Seegebiet: Inselkrieg im Chinesischen Meer

Saturday, 12.5.2012

Immer aggressiver erhebt Peking Anspruch auf Seegebiete zulasten der Anrainerstaaten. Von Thomas Frankenfeld. Quelle: Hamburger Abendblatt.


Analysis: China’s Hu could cast long shadow if top table trimmed

Saturday, 12.5.2012

Von Benjamin Kang Lim und Sisi Tang. Quelle: Chicago Tribune/Reuters.


Ma Jian on Chinese Dissident Literature

Saturday, 12.5.2012

“… the history of Chinese literature has often been shaped from outside of its society – by exiled writers and thinkers …” Quelle: The Browser


Mikroblogs revolutionieren den öffentlichen Diskurs

Saturday, 12.5.2012

Von Wu Qiang 吴强. Übersetzung: Andrea Schwedler. Quelle: Deutsch-Chinesisches Kulturnetz. Chin. Text hier.


Thomas Friedman never met a cement mixer he does not like. China has plenty.

Saturday, 12.5.2012

Questioning China’s Economic Model: One Spark? “… Chinese growth comes from the private sector, which is denied credit and permits by Chinese officialdom and can only survive by paying bribes …” Von Paul Roderick Gregory (Forbes). Ferner: Will China’s ‘Paper Tiger’ Banks Bring On A Hard Landing Von Kenneth Rapoza (Forbes).


Weibo censorship in the Chen Guangcheng case

Saturday, 12.5.2012

“Shading” The Truth In China Von Alice Xin Liu (VOA-Blog Digital Frontiers)


Only I can do the job

Saturday, 12.5.2012

Wolfgang Kubin’s views on Chinese writing and writers “… There are virtually no promising young Chinese writers …” (Shanghai Daily).


Ex-Official’s Drive in China Leads to Torture Inquiry

Saturday, 12.5.2012

“… a deeper critical look at Mr. Bo’s reign in Chongqing …” Von Edward Wong. Quelle: NYT.


Individuals overseas who are preying on the American economy

Saturday, 12.5.2012

US seizes $1.5 million from Chinese counterfeiters (AFP)


Freedom from Chinese labor camp comes thanks to leader’s downfall

Saturday, 12.5.2012

Bo Gu über die laojiao-Erfahrungen des Bloggers Fang Hong. Quelle: NBC News.