Alle Einträge vom October, 2012

China at heart of Australia’s Asian Century White Paper

Sunday, 28.10.2012

Quelle: china.org.cn


Andrew Coyne: China’s state-owned enterprises not the villains we’ve been told they are

Sunday, 28.10.2012

Quelle: National Post


Writers should be true to their convictions (aktualisiert)

Sunday, 28.10.2012

Nachtrag. Chang Ping isn’t convinced that Nobel winner Mo Yan’s works honestly reflect his inner struggles. Quelle: SCMP. Update: A Nobel Prize for the Party’s Darling Von Tienchi Martin-Liao (Sampsonia Way).


Beijing and mainland in smog chaos

Saturday, 27.10.2012

Von Fiona Tam. Quelle: SCMP.


Chinese Emerging Cities: Chengdu

Saturday, 27.10.2012

Interviews mit Astrid Schröter (AHK) u.a.. Text und Audio. Quelle: CRI.


The weakening role of ideology in the PLA

Saturday, 27.10.2012

Whom Should the Chinese Army Serve—the Party or the State? (The Atlantic)


China’s Economic Role in Latin America

Saturday, 27.10.2012

Von Shannon K. O’Neil. Quelle: Council on Foreign Relations.


Military corruption scandal clouds China succession

Saturday, 27.10.2012

General’s court-martial implicates another general linked to Bo Xilai (todayonline.com/ Reuters).


Smiling, as she lifted a child off the ground by his ears

Saturday, 27.10.2012

China Reacts to Outrage Over Student Abuse (WSJ Blog). Update: Die Quälerei in Chinas Horror-Kindergärten (Welt).


China Passes First Mental Health Law 精神卫生法

Saturday, 27.10.2012

Quelle: WSJ Blog. Vgl. 精神卫生法通过 精神病患者危害他人可强制送医 (Hainan Wang/Beijing Chenbao).


Huge, unreported movements of Chinese money

Saturday, 27.10.2012

Flood of money leaving China: report (Herald Sun/AAP)


A lack of good translators

Saturday, 27.10.2012

Translators leave China lost for words Von Dong Fangyu (China Daily).


Yunnan, China: Thousand Lion Mountain, cormorant fishing, more

Saturday, 27.10.2012

Von Phil Zimmerman. Quelle: LA Times.


China Blocks and Criticizes Investigation Into Premier [Wen Jiabao]

Saturday, 27.10.2012

Von Keith Bradsher. Quelle: NYT Blog. Vgl. Billions in Hidden Riches for Family of Chinese Leader. Ferner: China raises Net curtain over Wen’s £1.7bn family fortune Von Terril Yue Jones und Ben Blanchard (scotsman.com).


Wie Chinas User korrupte Politiker jagen

Friday, 26.10.2012

Von Kai Strittmatter. Quelle: SZ.


Kriegs-Erlebnispark in China eröffnet

Friday, 26.10.2012

Quelle: Bild.


China’s ruling families

Friday, 26.10.2012

Torrent of scandal. Quelle: Economist.


Chinese Fiction Is Hot

Friday, 26.10.2012

Nachtrag. Von Christina Larson. Quelle: Bloomberg Businessweek.


China wants to stop profiteering at temple sites

Friday, 26.10.2012

China is telling tourist-favored Buddhist temples: Don’t let money be your mantra. “… several popular temples planned to pursue stock market listings … incense was priced at 300 yuan a stick …” Von Louise Watt. Quelle: Seattle Times/AP. Vgl. 拒绝寺庙过度商业化 守住社会底线 (Fenghuang Wang).


China’s censors move with unusual speed on Wen Jiabao revelation

Friday, 26.10.2012

“… worth at least $2.7 billion …” Von Max Fisher. Quelle: Washington Post Blog. Vgl. Guardian-Artikel von Tania Branigan.


Hamburg Summit im November …

Friday, 26.10.2012

… widmet sich der Rohstoffpolitik – Steht China vor einer Wende? Von Sophia Seiderer (Welt).


We expected them to buy our oil, not our oil companies

Friday, 26.10.2012

How the Petronas deal fell victim to Canada’s China fears Investors doubt gov’t “open door” to foreign investment. Von David Ljunggren und Scott Haggett (Reuters). Vgl. 加拿大否决马来西亚油企收购 市场忧虑中海油购Nexen (sina.com).


Liao Yiwu: Diese Rede war entsetzlich (aktualisiert)

Friday, 26.10.2012

Zurück in die Steinzeit “… die … wiederholte Forderung, dass China auseinanderbrechen müsse …” Kolumne von Christian Y. Schmidt (taz). Update: WDR-5-Interview mit Wolfgang Kubin. Redetext in chin. Sprache hier.


Indien als Regionalmacht und Chinas wachsender Einfluss in Südasien

Thursday, 25.10.2012

Von Christian Wagner. Mit Link zu Volltext-PDF. Quelle: SWP.


China can’t buy Albertans’ love

Thursday, 25.10.2012

New poll suggests the province’s residents are cooling to Beijing, despite all that cash spent in the oil patch. Von Charlie Gillis. Quelle: macleans.ca.