Alle Einträge vom 4.7.2012

Revolutionäre Gesichter Chinas

Wednesday, 4.7.2012

Tuschezeichnungen von Gustav Seitz und Fotografien von Eva Siao im künstlerischen Dialog auf Schloss Gottorf. Von Julika Pohle. Quelle: Welt.


Sheng Keyi’s novel Northern Girls

Wednesday, 4.7.2012

A sensitive subject Von Mei Jia (China Daily). Vgl. 北妹 (Baidu).


Kräftige Schlichter gesucht

Wednesday, 4.7.2012

“Stability Maintenance,” Mediation, and Chinese Hospitals “… private firms who handle security/dispute resolution efforts in Chinese hospitals, all under the rubric of ‘mediation’ …” (Chinese Law and Politics Blog).


China adoption diary

Wednesday, 4.7.2012

Over the pole, the odyssey begins “Part 1 … The Belsie family …” (CS Monitor).


Chinese consumers are so different

Wednesday, 4.7.2012

Activision to Bring New, Free Version of ‘Call of Duty’ to China “… war-simulation shooting games have become popular there …” Von Ian Sherr (WSJ).


Finanz-Ranking – Chinas Banken haben die Nase vorn

Wednesday, 4.7.2012

Von Finn Mayer-Kuckuk. Quelle: FTD.


Architektur in Peking: Sie können auch anders

Wednesday, 4.7.2012

Nachtrag. “Peking bekommt ein neues Mediencenter. Yin und Yang …” Von Mark Siemons. Quelle: FAZ.


The day people power took on the might of China – and won

Wednesday, 4.7.2012

Environmental protest forces U-turn on plan to build a factory despite police crackdown. Von Clifford Coonan. Quelle: Independent.


China Needs to Ease One-Child Policy

Wednesday, 4.7.2012

“… government researchers called on the nation to ease its one-child policy as soon as possible …” Quelle: Bloomberg Businessweek.


我为何看好中国经济增长 Why I remain bullish about China’s growth

Wednesday, 4.7.2012

Von Yao Yang. Quelle: ftchinese.com.