Alle Einträge vom January, 2013

Gangnam Protest

Thursday, 31.1.2013

“A dispute over unpaid wages pushed a group of migrant workers into the streets …” Photostrecke. Quelle: Caixin Online.


Which Chinese artists truly represent China

Thursday, 31.1.2013

Making Art History “… the first in an series of four articles on Chengdu’s art institutions. In this installment, we explore Lv Peng and his activities …” Von Sophia Kidd (Living in Chengdu).


Krise in Ostasien: Die Supermacht China zeigt ihre Muskeln

Thursday, 31.1.2013

Von Susanna Bastaroli. Quelle: Die Presse.


Hexie Farm 蟹农场: The New Clothes of Reform

Thursday, 31.1.2013

Quelle: China Digital Times


Baibai, Pengyoumen (II und Ende)

Thursday, 31.1.2013

“… ein großartiges Land, in dem viele ausgezeichnete Menschen wohnen …” Kolumne von Christian Y. Schmidt. Quelle: taz.


Hackers in China Attacked The Times for Last 4 Months

Thursday, 31.1.2013

Von Nicol Perlroth. Quelle: NYT. Vgl. Guardian-Artikel von Jonathan Kaiman.


The Transparent Translator: Cindy Carter on “Dream of Ding Village”

Thursday, 31.1.2013

“Yan Lianke’s Dream of Ding Village 丁庄梦 has made the shortlist for the 2013 Man Booker International Prize. Here’s my interview with Cindy Carter, Chinese-to-English translator of Dream of Ding Village …” Blogeintrag von Bruce Humes (Ethnic ChinaLit).


Lanxess baut neue Anlage in China

Thursday, 31.1.2013

Quelle: Handelblatt


Pfusch am Bau: Erdloch verschluckt Gebäude in China

Thursday, 31.1.2013

Video. Quelle: Stern.


Politically Connected Firms Have Higher Worker Death Rates

Thursday, 31.1.2013

Von Christina Larson. Quelle: Bloomberg Businessweek.


Nigeria to China: we want to climb up the value chain

Wednesday, 30.1.2013

Von Peter Vanham. Quelle: FT Blog.


China court to rule on compensation for man [Fang Hong] jailed for Bo joke

Wednesday, 30.1.2013

Quelle: Straits Times/Reuters


China’s Air Pollution Problem: Whose Responsibility? (aktualisiert)

Wednesday, 30.1.2013

Quelle: WSJ Blog. Update: Smogdecke fast viermal so groß wie Deutschland (Welt).


Translation of ‘Finnegans Wake’ Sells in China (aktualisiert)

Wednesday, 30.1.2013

Von Didi Tang. Quelle: AP/Time. Vgl. Beitrag von Carolyn Kellogg in LA Times.


Shanghai will Asiens schnellstes Internet aufbauen

Wednesday, 30.1.2013

Quelle: german.china.org.


Auto-Kennzeichen in China

Wednesday, 30.1.2013

Kostbar wie Gold. Von Kai Strittmatter. Quelle: SZ.


Heavy metal pollution costs China over US$3bn a year

Wednesday, 30.1.2013

Quelle: Want China Times


The industrial action caught Singapore by surprise

Tuesday, 29.1.2013

“I Have Ways To Make You Confess” Blogeintrag von Lynn (lianainfilms.com).


Tens of thousands of Kachin refugees have flooded into Yunnan

Tuesday, 29.1.2013

Burma’s Kachin War: Renewed Ethnic Strife Threatens Regional Stability Von Hannah Beech (Time).


Football: Shanghai bubble bursts, but hope exists in China

Tuesday, 29.1.2013

Chris Atkins über den chinesischen Fußball. Quelle: ESPN Blog.


In China, Beware: A Camera May Be Watching You

Tuesday, 29.1.2013

“… more than 20 million cameras …” Von Frank Langfitt. Quelle: NPR.


Console gaming coming to China

Tuesday, 29.1.2013

Von Jeff Eisenhauer. Quelle: cnet.com. Vgl. 游戏机禁令取消传闻再起:短期难有实质进展 (sina.com).


China to allot up to 100b yuan in RQFII quotas to Taiwan

Tuesday, 29.1.2013

Quelle: SCMP/Reuters Vgl. 传证监会将增加1000亿额度用于台湾RQFII试点 (gucheng.com).


Beijing air pollution goes from bad to worse

Tuesday, 29.1.2013

“Key index from US Embassy shoots above 350 …” Mit Video. Von Raymond Li. Quelle: SCMP.


Over 800 China fugitives repatriated over past 8 years: China Daily

Tuesday, 29.1.2013

Von Xue Weiwei. Quelle: morningwhistle.com.