Alle Einträge vom 28.5.2012

2000 years of anecdotes, not strong, scientific evidence

Monday, 28.5.2012

Is Chinese medicine safe? Von Leanne Hudson (Herald Sun).


Yibin (Sichuan): Wuliangye Airport

Monday, 28.5.2012

China airport drink name stirs spirited mockery (ninmsn.com)


Youngsters turning to religion

Monday, 28.5.2012

“… 100 million Chinese are religious believers …” Quelle: Shanghai Daily/Xinhua.


Chinese Dissident Monitoring Business Is Booming

Monday, 28.5.2012

“… Social activists that no one has ever heard of have 10 people watching them …”, “… ’stability preservation funds’ … a growth opportunity for cash-strapped local governments and small-time enforcers …” Von Charles Hutzler. Quelle: Huffington Post.


Herr Gyatso (aktualisiert)

Monday, 28.5.2012

Lang lebe der Dalai Lama! “… hat schon früher Statements abgegeben, die an seiner Zurechnungsfähigkeit zweifeln ließen …” Kolumne von Christian Y. Schmidt (taz). Vgl. 德国记者撰文揭露达赖真相 遭当地网民狂批谩骂 (sohu.com).


Stiff resistance from vested interests

Monday, 28.5.2012

China’s new privatisation plan faces push-back risk Von Kevin Yao (Reuters).


The Chinese have moved in and the Burmese have had to move out

Monday, 28.5.2012

China has lost the ‘Jade kingdom’, India must not (rediff.com)


Row over Confucius Institutes (aktualisiert)

Monday, 28.5.2012

“… a recent move by the US State Department requiring Confucius Institutes to be accredited …” Quelle: BBC. Vgl. 美国突然发难孔子学院?(Nanfang Dushi Bao). Update: Confucius Institute teachers can stay in US (Shanghai Daily).


In China, criminals fill the kidney donor deficit

Monday, 28.5.2012

Von Nicola Davison. Quelle: Guardian.


I took 86 Ethiopian graduates to China to teach them how to make shoes

Monday, 28.5.2012

China brings jobs to Ethiopia but at what cost? Von James Melik (BBC).


Cannes is also a film market

Monday, 28.5.2012

Cannes: China arrives on and off the red carpet Von Vivian Norris (BBC).


The Empire Strikes Back

Monday, 28.5.2012

Von Tienchi Martin-Liao. Quelle: Sampsonian Way.