Alle Einträge vom 1.10.2014

China is Hong Kong’s future – not its enemy

Wednesday, 1.10.2014

Protesters cry democracy but most are driven by dislocation and resentment at mainlanders’ success Von Martin Jacques. Quelle: Guardian. Vgl. Occupy campaign adds merely noise (Global Times).


Water release at Yunnan dam sparks SE Asian alarm

Wednesday, 1.10.2014

Von Patrick Scally. Quelle: East by Southeast/Go Kunming.


New Chinese Dictionary: Just Another Reason Why Translators Need Google

Wednesday, 1.10.2014

Bruce Humes bespricht das Xiandai Hanyu Guifan Cidian 现代汉语规范辞典 (Blogeintrag).


Trierer Partnerstädtefestival

Wednesday, 1.10.2014

Gute Beziehungen mit Fujian [Xiamen] (Landesregierung Rheinland-Pfalz).


10,000 pigeons go through anal security check

Wednesday, 1.10.2014

Reports: China Body-Searched 10,000 Pigeons (ABC News). Vgl. 北京放飞和平鸽前安检 确保鸽子未带可疑物 (Beifang Wang).


China media: Hong Kong’s ’social order’

Wednesday, 1.10.2014

Quelle: BBC. Vgl. Ein schmächtiger 17-Jähriger lehrt China das Fürchten Von Dietrich Alexander (Welt) und Das Zittern der Zehntausend Von Petra Kolonko (FAZ).


The Hong Kong Protests in Pictures

Wednesday, 1.10.2014

Quelle: China File. Ferner: Hong Kong Protests: Who’s Who (WSJ Blog).


Offices and shops in Central and Admiralty are closed

Wednesday, 1.10.2014

Occupy puts the ball in Beijing’s court Von Alan Smith (China Spectator).