Alle Einträge vom February, 2014

Reiseverlag Mairdumont: Mit Marco Polo China erobern

Friday, 28.2.2014

Quelle: Stuttgarter Zeitung


Streit um Ukraine: China unterstellt Westen Kalter-Kriegs-Mentalität

Friday, 28.2.2014

Quelle: Spiegel Online


Is it fair to conclude that more arrests mean more reforms?

Friday, 28.2.2014

How China Snares Tigers, Swats Flies on Path to Reform Von Damien Ma (WSJ Blog).


China-Style Airbnb Driving Home Purchases on Profit Promise

Friday, 28.2.2014

Quelle: Bloomberg


The Hengyang election bribery scandal

Friday, 28.2.2014

Hengyang Bribery Not an Isolated Phenomenon “… 56 delegates from Hengyang who were found to have paid more than 110 million yuan in bribes to gain entry to the Hunan Provincial People’s Congress …” (Caixin Wang). Vgl. 湖南衡阳人大贿选案431人受党纪调查 (BBC).


Closer Look: So Who Stops a Run on Yu E Bao Accounts?

Friday, 28.2.2014

Regulatory responsibility over the wildly popular e-investment product has never been established, an oversight that raises many questions. Von Ling Huawei. Quelle: Caixin Online.


China’s Currency Suddenly Reverses Direction, Stuns World Markets

Thursday, 27.2.2014

Von Michael Schuman. Quelle: Time. Vgl. 六问人民币汇率贬值 (sina.com).


Airbus China plant opens door to massive market

Thursday, 27.2.2014

Quelle: Times of Oman/AFP


Beijing court accepts claim over forced WW2 labour

Thursday, 27.2.2014

Von Christopher Bodeen. Quelle: The Scotsman. Vgl. China steps up propaganda war on Japan “… plans to mark the ‘rape of Nanjing’ in new national holiday …”, “… attempt to make the Second World War a central theme of a presidential trip to Germany next month …” Von Tom Phillips (Telegraph).


Ausländische Schüler stürzten sich ins abenteuerliche Nichts

Wednesday, 26.2.2014

Hochzeitsreise in die Schillerstadt “Le Yan und Qiong Hu haben sich ungewöhnliche Motive ausgesucht” Von Sandra Brock (Marbacher Zeitung).


Petitioners are frequently forced to go home

Wednesday, 26.2.2014

China stresses rule of law in reform of age-old petitions system (New Straits Time). Vgl. 中央出台规定解决信访问题:推行律师参与接访 (qq.com/Beijing Qingnian Bao).


Poisonous Memory

Wednesday, 26.2.2014

Nurturing History’s Miseries Japan’s Political Lurch to the Right Plays Into China’s Poisonous Memory of Their Shared Past. Von Andrew Brown (WSJ).


Air pollution now impeding photosynthesis

Wednesday, 26.2.2014

China’s toxic air pollution resembles nuclear winter, say scientists Von Jonathan Kaiman (Guardian). Vgl. FAZ-Artikel von Petra Kolonko.


China’s war on thought is being waged in Western universities

Wednesday, 26.2.2014

“… Academic institutions that have relationships with China are easily corrupted by such relationships …” Von Thomas Cushman. Quelle: theconversation.com. Ferner: This is how Wellesley College got caught up in Chinese politics Von Matthew Bell (PRI).


Mai Jia 麦家

Tuesday, 25.2.2014

A Chinese Spy Novelist’s World of Dark Secrets Von Didi Kirsten Tatlow (NYT Blog).


Die zehn wertvollsten Marken Chinas

Tuesday, 25.2.2014

Quelle: german.china.org.cn.


China entfacht gezielten Währungssturm im Wasserglas

Tuesday, 25.2.2014

Von Alex Frangos. Quelle: WSJ.


More Communist Party officials expected to flee abroad

Tuesday, 25.2.2014

Von Keith Zhai. Quelle: SCMP. Vgl. 社科院蓝皮书:今年将出台新任官员财产公开制度 (sina.com/Zhongguo Xinwen Wang).


Shunned Chinese buyers to turn from Canada to Australia

Tuesday, 25.2.2014

“Finance Minister Jim Flaherty axed the scheme designed to attract wealthy foreigners.” Von Patrick Commins. Quelle: SMH. Vgl. 加拿大叫停投资移民被斥“排华法” 华人吁维权 (sina.com/Zhongguo Xinwen Wang), weiterer sina.com Artikel hier.


Smog in China: Behörden rufen Warnstufe Orange für 400 Millionen Menschen aus

Tuesday, 25.2.2014

Quelle: Spiegel Online. Ferner: Selbst Hunde tragen Atemmasken Von Felix Lee (Zeit Online) und China’s Xi breathes Beijing smog on surprise outing (Channel News Asia).


Das langsame Sterben von Chinas Stahlbranche

Tuesday, 25.2.2014

Quelle: Spiegel Online/Reuters. Vgl. 外媒称河北部分钢厂关门与环保措施无关 (sina.com/Xinhua).


China is promoting democracy in Africa

Tuesday, 25.2.2014

PRC’s top Africa scholar [He Wenping 贺文萍]: Africa should jump on the China bandwagon Von Tendai Musakwa (chinaafricaproject.com). Übersetzung, mit chin. Ausgangstext: 中国在非洲还能走多远?


Manbazhacang 满巴扎仓: Secret Mongolian Pharmacopoeia, Manchu Villains and a Stubborn Translator

Tuesday, 25.2.2014

Blogeintrag von Bruce Humes.


Cover Story: The State of Journalism in China

Tuesday, 25.2.2014

Nachtrag. Quelle: Nieman Reports.


As long as they are buying and selling, the brokers are making money. The right answer isn’t really relevant.

Tuesday, 25.2.2014

Nachtrag. Chinese trading fraud moves Australia’s markets. Again. Von Michael Sainsbury (Little Red Blog).