Alle Einträge vom 12.1.2013

A Buddha tooth relic on a mobile display

Saturday, 12.1.2013

China and India use Buddha for regional Karma “… using their Buddhist prestige to exert influence in Nepal, Myanmar and Sri Lanka …” Von Subir Bhaumik (Aljazeera). Vgl. 北京灵光寺佛牙舍利塔将面向信众开放 (fjnet.com, Mai 2012).


China’s landslide death toll rises to 46 – state media

Saturday, 12.1.2013

“… Gaopo village, Yunnan province ..” Quelle: BBC.


Gan Yaoming, Wang Congwei, Gao Yifeng, Zhang Yixuan, Lu Min

Saturday, 12.1.2013

Nachtrag. A Sinophone “20 under 40″ (Asymptote).


Chutzpah! Issue 11: Xinjiang Time

Saturday, 12.1.2013

Quelle: Chutzpah


Xinhua appears not to have a wall between its general reporting arm and its clandestine one

Saturday, 12.1.2013

Are China’s Journalists Spying on Us? Von Brian Fung (The Atlantic).


China Shames U.S. With Plan to Speed ‘Last Mile’ Internet – 光纤到户

Saturday, 12.1.2013

Von Klint Finley. Quelle: Wired. Vgl. 2013年光纤光缆市场再逢扩容良机 (d1com.com).


China’s new leader [Xi Jinping] – reformist or conservative?

Saturday, 12.1.2013

Von Terril Yue Jones und Benjamin Kang Lim. Quelle: Reuters.


Supertrains latest symbol of China’s rise

Saturday, 12.1.2013

On the train from Guangzhou to Changsha. Von Mark MacKinnon. Quelle: Globe and Mail.


Now add some porridge to the already confusing mix (aktualisiert)

Saturday, 12.1.2013

Crusading Chinese Journalists End Their Strike, but Don’t Expect Media Freedoms to Follow Von Hannah Beech (Time). Update: Artikel in Global Voices. Update: China’s Press Freedom Goes South Will Southern Weekly’s protest against censorship change the face of journalism in China? Von Annie Zhang (Foreign Policy).