Alle Einträge vom 22.2.2013

China Orders More Cities to Restrict Housing Purchases

Friday, 22.2.2013

Quelle: Bloomberg News. Vgl. 国务院:各地要公布年度房价控制目标 (Renmin Wang/Xin Jing Bao).


Der neue Kalte Krieg findet im Internet statt

Friday, 22.2.2013

Washington und Peking werfen einander Hacker-Angriffe vor und drohen mit Konsequenzen / Digitales Wettrüsten hat begonnen. Von Bernhard Bartsch. Quelle: Badische Zeitung.


Westliche Werte zu haben bedeutet für mich, dass ich tue, was ich will

Friday, 22.2.2013

Mittelschicht orientiert sich am westlichen Lebensstil – sehr zum Ärger der Partei Von Bernhard Bartsch (Badische Zeitung).


China Cultural Revolution murder trial sparks debate (aktualisiert)

Friday, 22.2.2013

“… Some have questioned why one man is on trial so belatedly when so few officials have been brought to account …” Quelle: BBC. Vgl. 浙江审理1起“文革”时杀人案 (Dongfang Zaobao). Update: NYT-Artikel.


The field is open for denial, exaggeration and shame

Friday, 22.2.2013

Ensnared in the Trap of Memory “‘Bend, Not Break’, a recently published business-cum-personal memoir by Ping Fu [傅苹], born in 1958, of growing up in China during the Cultural Revolution, moving to the United States and … Ms. Fu has since said that the quartering by horse was an ‘emotional memory’ …” Buchbesprechung von Didi Kirsten Tatlow (NYT). Vgl. 傅苹传奇受质疑 网友:西方政治宣传不亚于中共 (wenxuecity.com).


Bo Xilai: disgraced China politician ’stages hunger strike’

Friday, 22.2.2013

“… stubbornly resisting an investigation into him …” Von Tom Phillips. Quelle: Telegraph.


Warum Deutschlands Transrapid in Shanghai floppte

Friday, 22.2.2013

Von Felix Lee. Quelle: Zeit Blog.


Irrigated with untreated industrial wastewater

Friday, 22.2.2013

Toxic Water: Across Much of China, Huge Harvests Irrigated with Industrial and Agricultural Runoff Von Nadya Ivanova (circleofblue.org). Vgl. China admits pollution has caused ‘cancer villages’ Von Tom Phillips (Telegraph).