Alle Einträge vom 4.11.2013

A great leap forward for the kangaroo meat industry

Monday, 4.11.2013

Kangaroo testicles a hit with Chinese as aphrodisiac “… hope the new trend will stiffen Chinese resolve to consume more of the Aussie icon ..” Von Peter Michael (couriermail.com.au).


Is it a penguin? Is it a chamber pot? Or is it something altogether rather ruder?

Monday, 4.11.2013

Chinese architect defends ‘phallic’ £154m skyscraper Von Tom Phillips (Telegraph).


The Sound of China’s Future: On Tour in Texas, a Band from Sichuan Strains to be Heard

Monday, 4.11.2013

Von Jonathan Campbell. Quelle: China File.


Jinpingmei 金瓶梅 – Translator: David Tod Roy

Monday, 4.11.2013

Stephen Marche on The Plum in the Golden Vase or, Chin Ping Mei: Volume Five: The Dissolution At Last, an English Translation of “The Plum in the Golden Vase” (Los Angeles Review Of Books).


Policing Chinese Politics: A History

Monday, 4.11.2013

Von Michael Dutton. Buchanzeige bei Amazon.


What the Heck is China’s ‘Third Plenum’ and Why Should You Care?

Monday, 4.11.2013

Von Barry Naughton. Quelle: China File.


Call Tiananmen Attack What It Was: Terrorism

Monday, 4.11.2013

Von Alessandro Rippa. Quelle: The Diplomat. Ferner: Uighurs in China are fearful after Tiananmen Square attack (LA Times).


Trial By TV: What Does a Reporter’s Arrest and Confession Tell Us About Chinese Media?

Monday, 4.11.2013

A ChinaFile Conversation.


Confucius Institutes

Monday, 4.11.2013

China U. Confucius Institutes censor political discussions and restrain the free exchange of ideas. Why, then, do American universities sponsor them? Von Marshall Sahlins (The Nation).