Alle Einträge vom 1.12.2013

Dunkles Kapitel: Aids-Dörfer in China

Sunday, 1.12.2013

Zehntausende arme Bauern in 90er-Jahren nach Blutspenden mit HIV angesteckt. Quelle: Lausitzer Rundschau/dpa. Ferner: China quashes campaign to probe blood-selling scandal Von Bill Smith (Business Recorder). Vgl. 撕下李长春和李克强隐瞒疫情面纱的两位艾滋病专家 (rfi).


Xi Jinping: Chinese ruler who’s …

Sunday, 1.12.2013

… a riddle to the world Since coming to power in March, he has introduced huge reforms yet clamped down on freedom of speech. Von Jonathan Kaiman (Guardian).


Avatar location in Hunan [Zhangjiajie] to get international airport

Sunday, 1.12.2013

Quelle: Want China Times


Exclusive interview with Mo Yan: Nobel Laureate talks translation & TV

Sunday, 1.12.2013

Quelle: CCTV. Vgl. 他把莫言推向世界——葛浩文:不会翻译“炮”莫言画给我 (Huaxi Dushi Bao, Chengdu).


A jail by another name – China labor camps now drug detox centers

Sunday, 1.12.2013

Von John Ruwitch. Quelle: Reuters.


A wave of immigration is changing Glen Waverley’s face

Sunday, 1.12.2013

Nachtrag. Most liveable? Chinese think so ”At Glen Waverley … the students talk in class.” Von Shane Green (The Age, 4.8.2012).


Why did China impose an ‘air defense zone’ that was so likely to fail?

Sunday, 1.12.2013

Von Max Fisher. Quelle: Washington Post Blog.


A 16-year-old American missionary kid looking for a dirty book (aktualisiert)

Sunday, 1.12.2013

Old Chinese novel still racy reading Jennifer Schuessler über die Jinpingmei-Übersetzung von David Todd Roy (guelphmercury.com/NYT). Update: Artikel in SCMP.