Alle Einträge vom 26.2.2014

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).