Alle Einträge vom 29.10.2013

Subs need drones

Tuesday, 29.10.2013

To Beat China, the Navy Could Launch Tiny Spy Drones From Submarines Three-inch robot could spot targets for cruise missiles. Von David Axe (War is Boring).


“Aqua” zeigt den Smog aus dem All

Tuesday, 29.10.2013

Satellitenbild der Woche: Wie Sie sehen, sehen Sie nichts (Spiegel Online)


China wird zur zweiten Heimat …

Tuesday, 29.10.2013

… von SAP Von Christian Geinitz (FAZ).


A modern marriage of content and technology

Tuesday, 29.10.2013

Simon & Schuster and Yilin Press in Deal for Worldwide EBook Distribution “… including such authors as Shen Congwen, Lu Xun, Bing Xin, Ye Zhaoyan, and Su Tong, some of whom have never been translated into English …” Von Dennis Abrams (Publishing Perspectives).


Dispute Resolution Reforms

Tuesday, 29.10.2013

The Shanghai FTZ: An Opportunity to Experiment with Chinese Dispute Resolution Reforms (Supreme People’s Court Monitor)


Translation: “Protect the lifeline of the people and the Party” People’s Daily, 10/14/13

Tuesday, 29.10.2013

Von Matt Sheehan. Quelle: optimistschina.com.


You hear things like chickens having six legs

Tuesday, 29.10.2013

Local tastes tempt China diners away from Golden Arches Von Adam Jourdan (Reuters).


China Is Pivoting to Central Asia—But Is Washington Paying Attention?

Tuesday, 29.10.2013

Beijing’s deepened connections to the energy-rich countries on its Western border represent a significant geopolitical shift—one the U.S. ignores at its peril. Von Alexandros Petersen (The Atlantic).


Flammen unter Maos Portrait

Tuesday, 29.10.2013

Nach dem mysteriösen Auto-Crash auf dem Tiananmen-Platz mehren sich Gerüchte, dass das Unglück eher ein Selbstmordanschlag war. Von Finn Mayer-Kuckuk. Quelle: Handelsblatt. Vgl. FS-Artikel von Inna Hartwich. Vgl. Tiananmen Square attack sows terror in spiritual heart of China Von Barbara Demick (LA Times) und Tiananmen jeep crash kills 5, police name Xinjiang suspects Von Jiang Jie und Liu Sha (Global Times).


Central Asia’s new silk road, paved by China (aktualisiert)

Tuesday, 29.10.2013

“… This growing investment has the potential to integrate the economies of Russia, Central Asia and China to a degree not seen since the days of the ancient silk road.” Von Loro Horta. Quelle: East Asia Forum. Update: Arabia-Asia: China Builds New Silk Road, But Is The Middle East Ready? Von Robert Olsen (Forbes).