Alle Einträge vom February, 2013

Lili’s Story 麗麗傳

Thursday, 28.2.2013

Von Zhao Siyun 赵思运. Übersetzung: Martin Winter. Quelle: erguotou.wordpress.com.


Chinesische Filmgeschichte von 1929 bis 1964

Thursday, 28.2.2013

Ein Lied um Mitternacht Veranstaltungsreihe in Berlin, 1. bis 31. März.


China’s Internet is a Giant Shopping Mall

Thursday, 28.2.2013

Von Jim Erickson. Quelle: alizila.com.


Luo Yuan now has a new front in which to flex his muscles: Weibo

Thursday, 28.2.2013

Chinese General’s Angry Online Rant Has Japanese Laughing, And Many Chinese Cheering Von Minami Funakoshi (Tea Leaf Nation).


Next wave of Chinese tennis players set to make breakthrough

Thursday, 28.2.2013

If Li Na’s French Open win was the earthquake, then here comes the tsunami. Quelle: The Li-Ning Tower.


Playing ketchup: China grabs share of tomato production

Thursday, 28.2.2013

“Rise of China’s tomato industry causes concern …” Von Rebecca Smithers. Quelle: Guardian.


Hurray for Ghost Cities

Thursday, 28.2.2013

Analyst: I Ain’t Afraid of No ‘Ghost Cities’ Von Andrew Browne (WSJ Blog).


Green politicians less likely to be promoted in China

Thursday, 28.2.2013

Quelle: Telegraph


Kölner verlor seinen Job in China: Gefeuert, weil er schwul ist?

Wednesday, 27.2.2013

Von N. Stampflmeier. Quelle: Bild.


Öffentlicher Friedhof für Palastmägde im Nordwesten Chinas [Xi'an] entdeckt

Wednesday, 27.2.2013

Quelle: german.china.org.cn. Vgl. 西安考古首现盛唐宫女”公共墓地” 揭秘两类宫女结局 (Renmin Wang/Guangming Ribao).


Geisterorte und Waisen – Aufschwung fordert Opfer

Wednesday, 27.2.2013

Für Chinas rasanten Aufstieg zur Weltmacht muss vor allem die Landbevölkerung bluten, Kulturräume und Traditionen verschwinden. Das Buch “China’s Vanishing Worlds” dokumentiert den brutalen Wandel. Von Alexandra Grauvogl. Quelle: Welt.


China drückt uns an die Wand

Wednesday, 27.2.2013

Von Uli Dönch. Quelle: Focus.


Xi [Xi Jinping] bound by his ties to Mao’s ‘children’

Wednesday, 27.2.2013

Von John Garnaut. Quelle: SMH.


China Has Its Own Debt Bomb

Wednesday, 27.2.2013

Von Ruchir Sharma (head of emerging markets at Morgan Stanley Investment Management). Quelle: WSJ.


Criminal Boss and Senior Officials Form Corrupt Alliance

Wednesday, 27.2.2013

Quelle: Caijing


Tests flagged up a toxic dye

Wednesday, 27.2.2013

26,400 Chinese school children in toxic uniform scare Von Malcolm Moore (Telegraph).


Rare Color Photos of 1960s Chinese Operas

Wednesday, 27.2.2013

Die Photographien von Zhang Yaxin. Von Alyssa Coppelman. Quelle: slate.com.


Spiegel-Interview mit Mo Yan

Wednesday, 27.2.2013

Nobel Laureate Mo Yan: ‘I Am Guilty’ “… Earlier this week, Mo Yan’s book ‘Frog’ was published in German …” (Spiegel Online). Vgl. Frösche und tote Kinder – Mo Yans neuer Roman (FR) und Douban-Artikel zu Wa è›™.


Open letter to NPC on human rights

Wednesday, 27.2.2013

Von David Bandurski. Quelle: China Media Project.


Yueju-Oper auf Deutsch

Tuesday, 26.2.2013

Video. Blogbeitrag von Sven Hänke (Doppelpod).


If we refuse to review and reexamine the Cultural Revolution, we might still be a society of cannibals

Tuesday, 26.2.2013

China, den of cannibals? Von David Bandurski. Mit Ãœbersetzung des Artikels “Without Reflection Humanity Cannot Be Recovered 没有反思就没有人性的复苏” von Zhang Ming 张鸣 aus der China Youth Daily (China Media Project).


Henan: Defying the Government, Families Resurrect Graves

Tuesday, 26.2.2013

Quelle: Global Voices. Vgl. Blogeintrag von Zhao Keluo.


Those big countries are failing to come to their senses

Tuesday, 26.2.2013

China living in denial of NK’s status as an ally (Global Times). Vgl. Blogeintrag von Chen Guangwen, ferner 中国不要朝鲜这样的盟友 (Fenghuang Weishi) und 朝鲜:令中国恼火的盟友 (Deutsche Welle).


China’s riskiest property market just collapsed. Is this how it starts?

Tuesday, 26.2.2013

Von Max Fisher. “… As long as Chinese consumers wake up every morning feeling basically okay about having 41 percent of their money invested in real estate, we’re probably okay …” Quelle: Washington Post Blog. Vgl. 法新社:三亚凤凰岛房价暴跌成“弃岛” (Feghuang Wang/AFP).


Five Star Billionaire by Tash Aw – review

Monday, 25.2.2013

Tash Aw’s tale of five migrant workers carving out lives in a modernising Shanghai is the stuff of a hit TV miniseries. Von Adam Mars-Jones. Quelle: Guardian.