Alle Einträge vom 8.10.2014

Global Times: “All iPhone 6 owners deserve to be despised”

Wednesday, 8.10.2014

Von Charles Liu. Quelle: thenanfang.com.


British landmarks to be renamed in Chinese

Wednesday, 8.10.2014

“Record numbers visited Britain this year …” Von Dan Hyde. Quelle: Telegraph.


China’s latest bubble: Chairman Mao memorabilia

Wednesday, 8.10.2014

“Coins, stamps, paintings and photographs …” Von Malcolm Moore. Quelle: Telegraph.


The largest Chinese population in Europe

Wednesday, 8.10.2014

[Prato:] Chinese translate the European work ethic Von Robin Kwong und Rachel Sanderson (FT).


Sie feiern das Ende ihres Studiums

Wednesday, 8.10.2014

Erste Absolventen der Masterstudiengänge Schwerpunkt China (Würzburg erleben)


They do not first ask which sports the population wants to play and watch

Wednesday, 8.10.2014

How authoritarian states ‘win’ internationally “The 17th Asian Games in Incheon, Republic of Korea …” Von John Lee (Business Spectators). Vgl. 中国代表团获得151金 创境外亚运会第二好成绩 (Zhongguo Wang).


Chinese poet [Wang Zang] faces jail for possession of umbrella (aktualisiert)

Wednesday, 8.10.2014

Von Tom Phillips. Quelle: Telegraph. Update: Ai Weiwei: “Ich bin ein Hongkonger” Von Johnny Erling (Welt).


The two sides have now agreed on a framework for open dialogue as “equals” (aktualisiert)

Wednesday, 8.10.2014

New hope for Hong Kong’s victorious youth Von Antony Dapiran (China Spectator). Update: Mehr Kirchentag als Revolution Von Janis Vougioukas (Stern).