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China and America’s related, but inverse, dilemmas

Thursday, 4.7.2013

“… In the U.S., the biggest danger of the capitalist system is that the private sector captures the state. In China, the biggest problem with state capitalism is that the state has already captured the private sector …” Von Ian Bremmer. Quelle: Reuters Blog.


Breathe safer indoors

Thursday, 4.7.2013

Army Chemical Specialist’s Formula for Fast Business In China Von Ralph Jennings (Forbes).


China verbietet Medienberichte über eine Kreditklemme

Thursday, 4.7.2013

“… unfassbar …” Von Christian Geinitz. Quelle: FAZ.


And there’s an artificial beach, too

Thursday, 4.7.2013

Chengdu: China opens city-sized shopping mall, with fake sun “If you don’t care about authenticity, the New Century Global Center …” Von Tim Hornyak (cnet.com).


China to adults: Go see your mother or go to jail (aktualisiert)

Thursday, 4.7.2013

Grown children in China must visit their parents or face fines or even jail, according to a new law that went into effect today. Von Peter Ford. Quelle: CS Monitor. Vgl. 子女不履行赡养父母义务怎么罚 (Zhao Fa Wang). Update: Warum ein neues Gesetz vorschreibt, dass Kinder ihre Eltern besuchen Von Benedikt Voigt (Tagesspiegel).


Sex film mistakenly shown on big screen in Jilin

Thursday, 4.7.2013

Nachtrag. Quelle: BBC.