Alle Einträge vom February, 2015

Die Rache der betrogenen Ehefrauen Chinas

Saturday, 28.2.2015

Von Stefan Scheuer. Quelle: Welt.


Chinas Zentralregierung kauft nichts mehr von Apple, Intel und weiteren amerikanischen Unternehmen

Saturday, 28.2.2015

Chinas Regierung boykottiert Apple (FAZ).


Shanghai experiment is a major step towards financial liberalisation

Thursday, 26.2.2015

Von Daqing Yao und John Whalley. Quelle: China Spectator.


Chinese Wealth Transforms South Korea’s Jeju Island

Thursday, 26.2.2015

Visitors and investors bring fortune and frustrations to once-sleepy resort. Von In-Soo Nam. Quelle: WSJ.


Lin Jianhua 林建华 appointed new president of Peking University

Thursday, 26.2.2015

“… He had been doing research at Stuttgart’s Max-Plank Institute of Solid State Chemistry …” Quelle: Peking University. Vgl. Peking University replaces controversial president with… another controversial president Von Zhuang Pinghui (SCMP).


Xi Jinping unveils new ‘four comprehensives’ [sige quanmian 四个全面] slogans

Thursday, 26.2.2015

Quelle: BBC. Vgl. 人民日报首次权威定义习近平“四个全面” (Renmin Wang) und 习近平“四个全面”一出,异议全面消失 (VOA).


China drops leading technology brands for state purchases

Thursday, 26.2.2015

Von Paul Carsten Quelle: Reuters.


Communist Party paper criticises Japanese’s warm toilet seats

Thursday, 26.2.2015

Von Tom Phillips. Quelle: Telegraph.


China central bank newspaper warns of rising deflation risk

Thursday, 26.2.2015

Quelle: Reuters


Macau Casinos Plunge on Weak Gambling Over China Festival

Thursday, 26.2.2015

Von Daryl Loo und Jonathan Burgos. Quelle: Bloomberg.


China convicts 81-year-old writer [Huang Zerong] who criticized propaganda chief

Wednesday, 25.2.2015

Von Sui-Lee Wee. Quelle: Reuters.


When you try to access overseas content, that you start tearing your hair out

Wednesday, 25.2.2015

Sobering News Out of China, Part 4 Million Von James Fallows (The Atlantic).


Denkzugänge – Mögliche Wege des Geistes

Wednesday, 25.2.2015

Von François Jullien. Aus dem Französischen von Till Bardoux. Quelle: Verlagsinformation.


Ren Zhiqiang has blasted Beijing’s policies, braving restrictions on speech and state media ire

Wednesday, 25.2.2015

China’s Most Outspoken Real Estate Mogul Just Made Some New Enemies Von Bathany Allen-Ebrahimian (FP).Vgl. 党媒与任志强论战“价值观”文章被删 (BBC).


Can China manage its debt crisis?

Wednesday, 25.2.2015

Von Peter Cai. Quelle: China Spectator.


Chinese Studies at the University of Botswana

Monday, 23.2.2015

Podcast. Von Eric Olander, Cobus van Staden, Frank Youngman. Quelle: China File.


U.S.-China Relations: The Hypocrisy of Rules

Monday, 23.2.2015

Both countries are selective in which rules-based regimes they choose to support. Von Joan Johnson-Freese. Quelle: The Diplomat.


Made in China (with asbestos)

Monday, 23.2.2015

Von John Ferguson. Quelle: The Australian. Vgl. Uralasbest (CB, Mai 2010).


Reefer Madness: Why Is China on a Building Spree in the South China Sea?

Monday, 23.2.2015

Von Keith Johnson. Quelle: FP.


China Looks West to Bring ‘Wolf Totem’ to Screen

Monday, 23.2.2015

Von Amy Qin. Quelle: NYT.


China changing Seattle’s business landscape

Monday, 23.2.2015

Quelle: king5.com


“It’s all men,” she says

Sunday, 22.2.2015

In China’s Modern Economy, a Retro Push Against Women Von Didi Kirsten Tatlow und Michael Forsythe (NYT).


Clashes kill 17 in China’s restive west

Sunday, 22.2.2015

“… Police were searching homes in a town called Yaqaeriq when a group of around 10 people turned on them, giving chase with knives and axes …” Von Tom Phillips. Quelle: Telegraph.


100,000 North Koreans sent abroad as ‘slaves’

Sunday, 22.2.2015

“… In China many North Koreans are sent to work gruelling hours in sweatshops …” Von Tom Phillips. Quelle: Telegraph.


Der Smog in China auf der einen Seite, der idyllische Luft- und Heilklimatische Kurort Obertal auf der anderen

Saturday, 21.2.2015

Ein bisschen Baiersbronn in China (Schwarzwälder Bote)