Alle Einträge vom 14.11.2013

Im Gespräch: Dimitrij Ovtcharov „Nach China auswandern würde ich nicht“

Thursday, 14.11.2013

Von Peter Heß. Quelle: FAZ.


From Nouns to Adjectives: The 3rd Plenum Communique

Thursday, 14.11.2013

Blogeintrag von Scott Kennedy. Ferner: Westerners Aren’t the Only Ones Flummoxed by China’s Reform Plans Von David Wertime (Tea Leaf Nation).


Gastkommentar zum chinesischen Exil: Konfuzius, mein Ahnherr

Thursday, 14.11.2013

“… Unser Heimatland kann sich zum Feindesland wandeln …” Von Liao Yiwu. Quelle: NZZ.


China schenkt sich einen nationalen Sicherheitsrat

Thursday, 14.11.2013

Von Johnny Erling. Quelle: Welt. Vgl. 中国国家安全委员会:习近平亲自执掌? (DW).


Alterspyramide kippt: China plant Lockerung der Ein-Kind-Politik

Thursday, 14.11.2013

Von Johnny Erling. Quelle: Welt.


Impatient Beijing subway commuters get the better of German fare machines

Thursday, 14.11.2013

Superior foreign technology often fails when put to the test in China’s different market conditions “… ‘Our German engineers assumed there would be two to three seconds between two tickets, but in China even half a second seems too long’ …” Von Stephen Chen (SCMP).


Some people may be disappointed

Thursday, 14.11.2013

Plenum Insight: Conclave ‘Didn’t Change Status of SOEs’ Some people may be disappointed because the party stuck to a familiar approach, researcher at Minsheng Securities says. Von Li Yuqian (Caixin Online).


There are plenty of other stories to report on in China, after all (aktualisiert)

Thursday, 14.11.2013

Foreign journalism under pressure: A little local difficulty (The Economist). Vgl. Is Bloomberg killing investigative stories to stay in China? “… Winkler … told his staff that he had been studying how news organizations were able to keep reporting from Germany during the Nazi era by imposing self-censorship …” Von Gwynn Guilford und Gideon Lichfield (Quartz). Ferner: 彭博社被指自我审查其中国报道 (China Digital Times). Update: At Bloomberg, Special Code Keeps Some Articles Out of China Von Edward Wong (NYT Blog).