Alle Einträge vom 15.2.2015

Zhang Guangyu’s Manhua Journey to the West (1945)

Sunday, 15.2.2015

Teilübersetzung von Nick Stember.


China’s Wealthy Parents Are Fed Up With State-Run Education

Sunday, 15.2.2015

Forget rote memorization and pressure-packed tests — Western, alternative learning is the new rage. Von Helen Gao. Quelle: FP.


Umgerechnet dreissig Räppli

Sunday, 15.2.2015

Teure Röhre in Peking “Ohne Zweifel betreibt Peking die billigste, längste, sicherste, schönste und sauberste U-Bahn der Welt …” Von Peter Achten (cash.ch).


Peking lernt vom Berufskolleg Bottrop

Sunday, 15.2.2015

“… Die „Fengtai Vocational Education Center School“ in China hat großes Interesse an der dualen Berufsausbildung …” Quelle: WAZ.


Zaha Hadid zeigt Entwürfe für Pekings neuen Flughafen

Sunday, 15.2.2015

Quelle: Spiegel Online


BBC journalist to Chinese envoy: Stop it, make some friends

Sunday, 15.2.2015

Von Niña P. Calleja. Quelle: Inquirer.net.


China’s “blood famine” drives patients to the black market

Sunday, 15.2.2015

Von Alexandra Harney. Quelle: Reuters.


I called her Grandma Ono. She was a Japanese woman who married a Chinese farmer.

Sunday, 15.2.2015

The Unwelcome Villager Von Karoline Kan. Quelle: roadsandkingdoms.com.


The Little Red Book Turns 50

Sunday, 15.2.2015

Nachtrag. Von Sheila Melvin. Quelle: Caixin Online.


A metalinguistic approach to deconstructing …

Sunday, 15.2.2015

… the concepts of ‘face’and ‘politeness’ in Chinese, English and Japanese Von Michael Haugh uand Carl Hinze (Academia.edu/Journal of Pragmatics, 2003).


A nation’s TV station is the face for the entire nation

Sunday, 15.2.2015

CCTV, China’s Propaganda Tool, Finds Itself at Center of Antigraft Drive Von Edward Wong (NYT).


Rebels Kill Dozens of Soldiers in Myanmar in Fighting Near Chinese Border

Sunday, 15.2.2015

Von Thomas Fuller. Quelle: NYT.