Alle Einträge vom 4.4.2014

Jiang Zilong 蒋子龙

Friday, 4.4.2014

Présentation. Blogeintrag von Brigitte Duzan.


How successful was communism in Asia before 1960 and what helped or hindered its spread?

Friday, 4.4.2014

Von Christopher Buchanan. Quelle: Academia.


Not just cooling but actually cracking?

Friday, 4.4.2014

Is China the Next Lehman Brothers? “… developers are already slashing prices by up to forty per cent in selected areas …” Von John Cassidy (The New Yorker).


Economic consequences of income inequality

Friday, 4.4.2014

Nachtrag. Blogeintrag von Michael Pettis.


How to avoid war in the East China Sea

Friday, 4.4.2014

The US wants to constrain China while restraining Japan. Quelle: FT.


The Bao’an International Airport in Shenzhen

Friday, 4.4.2014

China’s new £700 million airport terminal is leaking Von Malcolm Moore (Telegraph).


MH370: China calls families of passengers ‘radical and extreme’

Friday, 4.4.2014

Quelle: Yahoo


Chinese [Zhengzhou] residents line up for bags of fresh mountain air

Friday, 4.4.2014

Von Frances Cha und Hiufu Wong. Quelle: CNN. Vgl. 郑州市民免费品尝新鲜空气 现场酷似输液大厅 (Huanqiu Wang/Zhongguo Qingnian Bao).


Tycoon Liu Yiqian is a would-be Chinese John Paul Getty or Peggy Guggenheim

Friday, 4.4.2014

Scroll costing US$8.2m row puts art ambitions of China’s rich on display “Authenticity of calligraphy said to be by poet Su Shi …” (SCMP/AFP).


Artificial Light, Beijing

Friday, 4.4.2014

Nachtrag. “… Different types of people exist in and produce different types of light …” Essay von Thomas Cliff. Quelle: The China Story.


Chinas Indierockbands kommen nach Berlin

Friday, 4.4.2014

China Drifting Festival 2014. Quelle: musikexpress.de.


Korruptionsermittlungen in China: Die schwache Flanke von Pekings Generälen

Friday, 4.4.2014

Xi Jinping schickt seine Korruptionsermittler ins Militär. Von Petra Kolonko. Quelle: FAZ.


What Is a “Legal Education Center” in China

Friday, 4.4.2014

Von Teng Biao. Quelle: China Change.


Versions of the Merkel map (aktualisiert)

Friday, 4.4.2014

Angela Merkel’s historical China map flap “… ‘The Germans definitely have ulterior motives’ …” Von Rachel Lu (SMH). Vgl. Maybe Heads of State Shouldn’t Give Maps as Presents Von Emily Rauhala (Time). Update: Ein China ohne Tibet – Merkels pikantes Geschenk an Xi Jinping. Moderation: Klaus Pokatzky. Podcast, Deutschladradio.