Alle Einträge vom May, 2013

Yunnan’s Anning City Retracts Notice on Face Mask Registration

Friday, 31.5.2013

China’s media report on Kunming’s environmental protests: Translation of 5/28 Southern Weekend article (East by Southeast).


Auf dem schmalen Grat – Annäherung an die zeitgenössische tibetische Literatur

Friday, 31.5.2013

Nachtrag. Von Franz Xaver Erhard. Quelle: Thethys. Vgl. 藏文创作的当代藏族文学述评 (2000y.com, April 2007) und 学界共商藏族母语文学创作 (tibetcul.com/Zhongguo Minzu Bao).


Hong Kong paper: Xi Jinping enraged over leak of taxi ride story

Friday, 31.5.2013

Von Kentaro Koyama. Quelle: Asahi Shimbun.


The emergence of “students” as a category in twentieth-century China

Friday, 31.5.2013

Fabio Lanza: Behind the Gate: Inventing Students in Beijing Buchbesprechung von Carla Nappi (newbooksineastasianstudies.com).


Skeptische Blicke auf Liao Yiwu und Ai Weiwei

Thursday, 30.5.2013

Gated Communities für die Superreichen Ãœber das Buch “Im Jahr des Hasendrachen” von Christian Y. Schmidt (Berliner Zeitung).


Xie Peng 谢鹏, a 36-year-old Chinese graphic novelist

Thursday, 30.5.2013

For China’s Youth, A Life Of ‘Darkness Outside The Night’ Von Louisa Lim (NPR). Vgl. Blogeintrag 拾穗人漫画作品《夜空之外的黑色》之《我的奋斗》.


Chinese farmers continue to wage a battle for farmland in the heart of the tech industry

Thursday, 30.5.2013

Farming Silicon Valley Von Li Miao Lovett (Hyphen).


Evil attacking evil … It is not the right path

Thursday, 30.5.2013

China’s spurned mistresses can’t be relied on to bust graft: paper (Reuters). Vgl. 人民日报:反腐不能把希望寄托在贪官情妇身上 (RFA).


Motherland or otherland? A British petitioner’s journey in China

Thursday, 30.5.2013

“… life wasn’t bad…until a land dispute happened …” Quelle: Offbeat China.


The BRICs are not a happy family

Thursday, 30.5.2013

Ian Bremmer über Chinas Beziehungen zu Indien und Brasilien. Quelle: Reuters.


A £1bn project to turn the capital’s docklands into a Chinese business district, creating 20,000 jobs

Thursday, 30.5.2013

“Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London …” Von Andrew Trotman. Quelle: Telegraph.


Amazon’s Kindle to be launched in China in June

Thursday, 30.5.2013

Von He Wei. Quelle: China Daily.


Promoting knowledge about Swiss universities and research to Chinese audiences

Thursday, 30.5.2013

Von Ingrid Fischer-Schreiber und Marc Lapperouza. Quelle: Swissnex China.


Between cronyism and rebalancing in China

Thursday, 30.5.2013

Von Kate Mackenzie. Quelle: FT Blog.


Is the US About to Become One Big Factory Farm for China?

Thursday, 30.5.2013

Von Tom Philpott. Quelle: Mother Jones.


China’s Not Just Urbanizing — It’s ‘Townizing’

Wednesday, 29.5.2013

Exploring the origin of a curious new term. Von Lotus Yuen. Quelle: Tea Leaf Nation. Vgl. 区别城镇化与城市化 (Fenghuang Wang/Zhongguo Jingying Bao).


Cannes Best Screenplay Winner Jia Zhangke 贾樟柯: ‘I Want to Bring About Change in China’ (Q&A)

Wednesday, 29.5.2013

Von Patrick Brzeski. Quelle: The Hollywood Reporter. Vgl. 中国导演贾樟柯获戛纳电影节最佳剧本奖 (Xinhua).


Interview with Tienchi Martin-Liao

Wednesday, 29.5.2013

When Enemies and Hatred are Inevitable Von Silvia Duarte (Sampsonia Way).


White T-shirts: a blank canvas for protesters

Wednesday, 29.5.2013

“… authorities in the county-level city of Anning have tried to suppress the wearing of T-shirts in protests … by requiring anyone buying one to register …” Von Paula Cocozza und Jonathan Kaiman. Quelle: Guardian (Blog).


‘Cancer villages’ a reality of life

Wednesday, 29.5.2013

Von David McKenzie. Quelle: CNN.


Trade figures show North Korea’s dependence on China

Wednesday, 29.5.2013

“… China accounting for 90 percent ..” Quelle: Channel News Asia.


China to hold digital war games

Wednesday, 29.5.2013

Exercises will prepare for ‘informationalised war’, says state media, amid claims Chinese military is hacking on a global scale. Quelle: Reuters.


China’s Central Bank Has Its Own Worries

Wednesday, 29.5.2013

Von Keith Bradsher. Quelle: NYT.


Energy-hungry China scours the globe to secure future supplies

Wednesday, 29.5.2013

Von Geoff Hiscock. Quelle: CNN.


China already resembles America, where politicians often stand in the way of what’s best for the country

Wednesday, 29.5.2013

Why China Wants to Be More Like America Von Rick Newman (The Exchange).