Alle Einträge vom 19.11.2014

China Seeks to Become a ‘Polar-Region Power’

Wednesday, 19.11.2014

Von Bree Feng. Quelle: NYT Blog.


Data check: Why do Chinese and Indian students come to U.S. universities?

Wednesday, 19.11.2014

Von Jeffrey Mervis. Quelle: sciencemag.org. Vgl. 2014年出国留学趋势报告——中国教育在线 (Zhongguo Jiaoyu Zaixian).


Indonesia Reaches Racial Milestone With Chinese Governor of Jakarta [Joko Widodo]

Wednesday, 19.11.2014

Von Yenni Kwok. Quelle: Time.Vgl. 印度尼西亚首都雅加达市迎来史上首位华裔市长 (Huanqiu Shibao, 20.5.2014).


Thailand Is Searching for Scores of Uighurs Who Fled China

Wednesday, 19.11.2014

Von Edward Wong. Quelle: NYT. Vgl. 中国证实泰国拘留人员中有几十名维吾尔人 (BBC).


Why China won’t be Asia’s dominant power

Wednesday, 19.11.2014

Von Nyshka Chandran. Quelle: CNBC.


2014 translations from Chinese – a bumper crop

Wednesday, 19.11.2014

Von Nicky Harman. Quelle: Paper Republic.


On Today’s UN General Assembly Discussion: China-DPRK Notes

Wednesday, 19.11.2014

Von Adam Cathcart. Quelle: adamcathcart.com


A Half-Built Bridge to Nowhere

Wednesday, 19.11.2014

“… supposed to be a key link for trade and travel between China’s northeast provinces and a much-touted special economic zone in North Korea — so key that Beijing sank more than $350 million into it …” Quelle: youxie.ca/AP.


When I came to the hospital, I saw so many people here with the same illness and I felt better.

Wednesday, 19.11.2014

Can China tackle soaring cancer rates? Von Celia Hatton (BBC). Vgl. 北京肺癌病例增长50% 二手烟人群成高危群体 (Fenghuang Weishi).


China’s regional vision gathers momentum

Wednesday, 19.11.2014

Von Simon Tay und Gina Guo. Quelle: Japan Times.


China home price fall deepens despite policy support, FDI slips

Wednesday, 19.11.2014

Von Xiaoyi Shao und Kevin Yao. Quelle: Reuters.