Alle Einträge vom 3.10.2014

A Chinese artist [Ai Weiwei] transforms Alcatraz into a Lego-carpeted political statement

Friday, 3.10.2014

Von Sandhya Dirks. Quelle: PRI.


Warnschuss aus Peking

Friday, 3.10.2014

“… In der Frage der großen Prinzipien gebe es keinen Raum fürs Einlenken …” Von Petra Kolonko. Quelle: FAZ. Vgl. 人民日报:重大原则无退让空间 相当强硬 (powerapple.com/Fenghuang Wang). Ferner: Studenten in Hongkong zum Dialog bereit (FR).


Hong Kong protests: Did China go back on its promises?

Friday, 3.10.2014

Von Juliana Liu. Quelle: BBC.


Hong Kong Protests Bring Out Supporters in Taiwan

Friday, 3.10.2014

Quelle: WSJ Blog


New book by Ge Fei 格非 looks past the sex in classic Chinese erotic novel

Friday, 3.10.2014

Quelle: ecns.cn/Global Times. Vgl. 作家格非谈潘金莲:是个恶人但从不掩饰自己 (sina.com/Zhongguo Xinwen Wang).


‘Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion’ Exhibition Opens

Friday, 3.10.2014

Great Job on the Railroad. Now Go Back to China. Quelle: NYT.


Decoding Etiquette in China, Handshakes to Meals

Friday, 3.10.2014

Quelle: NYT


Return to his homeland of Tibet, if only for a visit

Friday, 3.10.2014

Possible thaw between China and Dalai Lama on Tibet Von Annie Gowen (SMH). Vgl. Nobel Peace Summit [in Cape Town] cancelled after Dalai Lama refused visa Von Malcolm Moore (Telegraph).