Alle Einträge vom 17.2.2015

The unremarked revolution in China

Tuesday, 17.2.2015

“… It has to do with the quality and efficiency with which growth is generated, how Chinese firms are learning to do more with less …” Von Peter Drysdale. Quelle: China Spectator.


Introduction: Shi Tiesheng « La vie au bout des cordes » 史铁生《命若琴弦》

Tuesday, 17.2.2015

Blogeintrag von Brigitte Duzan.


Three-body Problem’s Liu Cixin on Translation …

Tuesday, 17.2.2015

… Publication Timing and Readership Outside the English-speaking World . “… His Three-body Problem (三体, 刘慈欣著) …”,
“… French, German, Japanese and Spanish versions coming soon. But for Liu, these are apparently minor tongues. “Readers in these languages are very few in number, so I don’t expect that many copies will be sold.” …” Blogeintrag von Bruce Humes.


China’s wealthier middle class celebrates New Year on the beach

Tuesday, 17.2.2015

Von Nathan Vanderklippe. Quelle: Globe an Mail.


Miles of fields growing corn, wheat, radish and cabbage will be replaced by runways and terminals

Tuesday, 17.2.2015

China’s urban sprawl raises key question: can it feed its people? Von Jonathan Kaiman (Guardian).


China says thousands forced to flee Myanmar fighting

Tuesday, 17.2.2015

Quelle: Reuters


Why China’s Xi Jinping Is Still Far From Chairman Mao Status

Tuesday, 17.2.2015

Von Steve Tsang. Quelle: Forbes.


Business and F*cking in China – A Sinica Podcast

Tuesday, 17.2.2015

Mit Kaiser Kuo, Jeremy Goldkorn und James Palmer. Quelle: chinafile.com.