Alle Einträge vom 1.8.2013

Cycling from Kunming to Dali Old Town

Thursday, 1.8.2013

Nachtrag. Quelle: Go Kunming.


China Fracking: Quake-Prone Province [Sichuan] Shows Zeal for Gas

Thursday, 1.8.2013

Von Benjamin Haas. Quelle: Bloomberg. Vgl. 四川雅安地震致400公里页岩气开采前途难料 (Guojia Nengyuan Wang), 页岩气:美国下的圈套还是中国的机会? (qq.com) und 页岩气——压裂诱发地震 (360doc.com).


Revenge of the Mistresses

Thursday, 1.8.2013

Meinungsartikel der NYT, von Thomas L. Friedman.


New Siemens Chief [Joe Kaeser] Sees Weakness in China

Thursday, 1.8.2013

“… Siemens had expected the Chinese economy to recover quickly … but now realized there were deep structural problems …” Von Jack Ewing. Quelle: NYT.


China Goes Global: The Partial Power, by David Shambaugh

Thursday, 1.8.2013

Buchbesprechung von Peter Ford. Quelle: CS Monitor.


Expert [Yu Yongding] warns local goverments unaware of true debt level

Thursday, 1.8.2013

Von Zheng Yangpeng. Quelle: China Daily. Vgl. Guangzhou Nears Debt Red Line, Its Figures Show Von Wang Jing (Caixin Online).


Dying out? China’s young shun family firms

Thursday, 1.8.2013

Von Lavinia Mo. Quelle: Reuters.


Chris Buckley interviewt in Hongkong den Qigong-Meister Wang Lin

Thursday, 1.8.2013

Success Brings Scrutiny to Chinese Mystic Wang Lin, a leader in the ancient Chinese practice of qigong, has fled to Hong Kong and accuses Chinese officials of pursuing him as part of a political vendetta. “… chicken soup for certain officials’ souls …” (NYT Blog). Vgl. “气功大师”王林在香港画面曝光 入住豪华酒店 (Xinhua HK Macao).


Loewe findet Partner in China

Thursday, 1.8.2013

Quelle: Heise


Chinese Search for Infant Formula Goes Global (aktualisiert)

Thursday, 1.8.2013

Von Edward Wong. Quelle: NYT. Update: SZ-Artikel.