Alle Einträge vom 15.2.2013

Lu Xun’s silence

Friday, 15.2.2013

“A Fierce Silence Falls”: Lu Xun’s Call to Arms Von John Samuel Harpham (Criticism, Wayne State University Press).


That famous cash-stuffed red envelope

Friday, 15.2.2013

What Do People Want Most for Chinese New Year? Cash Money (WSJ Blog)


Yearbook 2012: Red Rising, Red Eclipse

Friday, 15.2.2013

“… brings together the various talents of the Australian Centre on China in the World …” Freier Dowload als ePub, Kindle oder PDF. Quelle: thechinastory.org.


Tensions Mount as China Snatches Farms for Homes

Friday, 15.2.2013

Von Tom Orlik. Quelle: WSJ.


Ping Fu’s childhood tales of China’s cultural revolution spark controversy

Friday, 15.2.2013

Top US software entrepreneur faces new contradiction claims over rags-to-riches memoir of personal torment in 60s China. Von Tania Branigan und Ed Pilkington. Quelle: Guardian.


Journey To The West: Conquering The Demons

Friday, 15.2.2013

Edmund Lee bespricht einen Film von Stephen Chow und Derek Kwok. Quelle: screendaily.com. Vgl. Blogeintrag 《西游.降魔篇》:周先生回来了 (mtime.com).


Oil in China: Smog and mirrors

Friday, 15.2.2013

Sinopec’s big plans hit an obstacle. “Mr Fu… harrumphed to Xinhua … that his refineries were not at fault …” Quelle: The Economist. Vgl. 中石化董事长傅成玉在撒谎 (163.com).


North Korea, China do their usual dance

Friday, 15.2.2013

Kommentar von Joseph A. Bosco. Quelle: Christian Science Monitor.


A Chinese Hacker’s Identity Unmasked

Friday, 15.2.2013

Von Dune Lawrence und Michael Riley. Quelle: Bloomberg Businessweek.