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Monday, 1.7.2013

Hebei will Nacktbadestrand eröffnen (german.china.org.cn)


Ping Fu’s Book Isn’t Worth Joe Nocera

Monday, 1.7.2013

Von Adam Minter. Quelle: Bloomberg.


Recalibrating Expectations on Labor Camp Reform

Monday, 1.7.2013

“… laojiao reform is underway, but under cover … laojiao serves as the local authorities’ tool of reprisal in the name of maintaining stability …” Von Stanley Lubman. Quelle: WSJ Blog.


Four foreign refugee children have become the first to attend Chinese public schools

Monday, 1.7.2013

Refugee children made welcome in Hebei schools Von Zhou Wa (China Daily).


Former university [Nanchang Daxue] chief Zhou Wenbin expelled from national legislature

Monday, 1.7.2013

Quelle(P): SCMP


Rough Riding Through the Rugged Landscapes of Ningxia

Monday, 1.7.2013

The Hutong Travel’s Radical Ningxia Bike Ride (lumdimsum.com)


This is surreal, and is it real?

Monday, 1.7.2013

Broward businessman [Charles "Chip" Starnes] recalls captivity in China “… he saw four trucks pull up near the entrance to the executive wing. Out jumped nearly 150 workers — most of them women …” (Miami Herald).


The definition of aggression has yet to be established

Monday, 1.7.2013

Japan pushed into a corner as Beijing, Seoul put on united front “… differences in perceptions of shared history …” (Asahi Shimbun).


Serve the people heart and soul

Monday, 1.7.2013

President Xi promises to shake off GDP obsession in promoting officials (Xinhua). Vgl. Bloomberg-Artikel.


Beijing Land Sales in H1 Nearly Quadruple Year Ago

Monday, 1.7.2013

Quelle: Caijing


Tibet: China erlaubt Bilder des Dalai Lama (aktualisiert)

Monday, 1.7.2013

Quelle: DW. Update: Ein dementierter erster Schritt Kommentar von Sven Hansen (taz).