Alle Einträge vom 5.11.2012

English translation series of 100 Peking Opera Classics

Monday, 5.11.2012

Translated series unmasks Peking Opera Von Wang Kaihao (China Daily).


Book reviews: ‘Tombstone’ by Yang Jisheng

Monday, 5.11.2012

Translated from the Chinese by Stacy Mosher and Guo Jian. “… China should … erect memorials to the victims of the Great Famine …” Von Alexandra Popoff. Quelle: Boston Globe. Vgl. 杨继绳回应大饥荒“谣言”说 (NYT Zhongwen Wang).
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Can China’s Legal System Change?

Monday, 5.11.2012

“… Chen’s [Chen Guangcheng] personal story is a case study in how the party uses the law for political ends …” Von Frank Langfitt. Quelle: NPR.


Details are to be released in due course

Monday, 5.11.2012

The Sir Humphrey approach Von Simon Rabinovitch (FT Blog).


China’s Party Congress: The Other Election Worth Watching This Week

Monday, 5.11.2012

Von Simon Montlake. Quelle: Forbes.


China probe into Wen ‘family wealth’

Monday, 5.11.2012

Quelle: Herald Sun


Fears grow over pace of reform as China ushers in new leaders

Monday, 5.11.2012

With social problems spreading, a younger generation may be ready to question Communist party policy. Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian.


Backsteinbauten, alte Brunnen, schmale Gassen

Monday, 5.11.2012

Ein kleines Stück Düsseldorf in Shanghai “Der Deutsche Jan Büttgen vermarktet … sogenannte ‘Xintiandis’ in China …” Von Nina Trentmann (Welt).