Alle Einträge vom 22.9.2013

Marketizing China’s Elder Care Conundrum

Sunday, 22.9.2013

Rising demand for nursing homes and other senior care services has forced policymakers to seek market solutions. Von Lan Fang. Quelle: Cailin Online.


Sinica: Chinese Twitter and the Big-V Takedown

Sunday, 22.9.2013

Podcast-Diskussion “Joining Kaiser and Jeremy this week are David Wertime and Rachel Lu from Tea Leaf Nation, along with Paul Mozur from The Wall Street Journal. And our topic? None other than the firestorm that has engulfed Sina Weibo following China’s effective criminalization of anti-government tweeting …” (Popup Chinese).


The ultimate target for investigators: Zhou Bin, the son of China’s former security chief, Zhou Yongkang

Sunday, 22.9.2013

Chinese oil refinery investigation reaches top of Communist Party “… a web of corruption that radiates out through Sichuan province and then up to one of China’s most powerful families …” Von Malcolm Moore (Telegraph). Vgl. 曝周氏家族的[彭州石化]将祸害四川盆地 (Boxun, 1.5.2013).


Bo Xilai sentenced to life in verdict intended to send a message

Sunday, 22.9.2013

Sentence harsher than initially expected for the former Communist party leading light found guilty of corruption. Von Tania Branigan. Quelle: Guardian. Ferner: Bo Xilai, the insider brought down by his tendency to break rules.


Der chinesische Wohlstand in Stein, Stahl und Glas

Sunday, 22.9.2013

Nachtrag. (Ohne Titel) Von Inna Hartwich (Mannheimer Morgen).