Alle Einträge vom 14.10.2013

What was the mysterious meat from a rare African animal?

Monday, 14.10.2013

Nachtrag. Random thoughts from day 2 of the Bo Xilai trial Von Donald Clarke. Quelle: Chinese Law Prof Blog.


Demonstranten nutzen soziale Medien

Monday, 14.10.2013

Jetzt wollen die Behörden das Internet noch stärker überwachen. Von Christian Geinitz. Quelle: FAZ.


Nosedives in the Wenzhou property market

Monday, 14.10.2013

15,000 foreclosed properties in Wenzhou pummeling guarantee companies (Want China Times)


Librairie Avant-Garde, Wutaishan Stadium, Nanjing

Monday, 14.10.2013

China’s most beautiful bookshop … in a car park Von Hiufu Wong (CNN). Vgl. Wikipdia-Artikel 先锋书店.


Food, Transparency and Social Hierarchy in China: GMOs vs. Organics

Monday, 14.10.2013

Quelle: civilchina.org


Mach’s mit Mao

Monday, 14.10.2013

“Offener, moderner, freier: So sollte China unter der neuen Führung werden …” Von Angela Köckritz. Quelle: Zeit Online.


Imprisoned for a few lines of poetry

Monday, 14.10.2013

Chinese prison officials thwart Virginia doctor’s effort to visit ailing dissident [Zhu Yufu] Von William Wan (Washington Post).


China: Urbanization and Hukou Reform

Monday, 14.10.2013

Von John Marshall. Quelle: The Diplomat. Vgl. 新型城镇化是一个持续的过程 (Xuexi Shibao).


Doing deals in China can make you very rich

Monday, 14.10.2013

Columbia business professor [Paul Ingram] teaches ‘shady’ China deal “… Make millions of dollars while promoting a host of busted Chinese companies — even as investors who held the shares lose hundreds of millions …” (New York Post)


The Shutdown Is Hurting China’s Generals, Too

Monday, 14.10.2013

Quelle: Foreign Policy


Muzzle the Chatterbox or Put a Patch on His Mouth

Monday, 14.10.2013

In the newest chapter of China’s internet crackdowns, a 16 year-old boy is detained. Von Tienchi Martin-Liao. Quelle: Sampsonia Way.


The biggest Chinese investment in US property

Monday, 14.10.2013

China developer in $5bn Brooklyn move Von Simon Rabinovitch (FT).


A brutal acccount of one man’s odyssey from a North Korean labour camp to freedom in the West

Monday, 14.10.2013

Escape from Camp 14, by Blaine Harden, review “Malcolm Moore is riveted …” (Telegraph).