Alle Einträge vom April, 2015

Wal-Mart to add 115 China stores

Thursday, 30.4.2015

Quelle: CS/AFP


One belt, one road, one winner

Thursday, 30.4.2015

“… Chinese experts tell me that Chinese firms expect to scoop 93-94% of the contract value …” Von Julian Snelder. Quelle: CS/The Interpreter).


The ēn/wēi stratagem continues in the PRC

Thursday, 30.4.2015

China’s ticking time bomb “For centuries the Chinese state has governed its distant ethnic frontiers with both carrot and stick …” Von James Leibold (China Spectator/East Asia Forum).


Are you OK?

Thursday, 30.4.2015

Are You OK? Xiaomi CEO’s Awkward English Goes Viral, Sparks Debate (WSJ Blog). Vgl. 雷军“雷英语”火爆社交媒体 (Xinhua).


1,600 Chinese Fly Back Home from Quake-Hit Nepal

Wednesday, 29.4.2015

Quelle: Beijing Review


Cloudy With a Chance of Censorship: China Bans Unofficial Weather Reports

Wednesday, 29.4.2015

Quelle: WSJ Blog


What Did the 26th ASEAN Summit Achieve?

Wednesday, 29.4.2015

Von Prashanth Parameswaran. Quelle: The Diplomat.


Embryo-Forschung in China: Wer keine Werte hat, kennt keine Tabus

Wednesday, 29.4.2015

Von Marcel Grzanna. Quelle: n-tv. Vgl. Blogeintrag 中国科学家修改人类胚胎基因引争议 “… 亚洲对这类研究有更大的公众接纳度和更少的宗教禁忌 … 有了解中国这方面研究的人透露,至少有4家单位正在开展人类胚胎基因修改的研究。”


Elektro-Blues

Wednesday, 29.4.2015

Bislang kommt das E-Auto in China nicht richtig ins Rollen. Aufgeben sollten die Hersteller nicht. Peking will es. Von Frank Sieren. Quelle: DW.


China will Weinland werden

Wednesday, 29.4.2015

Von Christopher Eichfelder. Quelle: SZ.


A comprehensive rectification of literary and art awards

Wednesday, 29.4.2015

China cracks down on art, literary awards (CS/AFP). Quelle: 文化部削减文艺评奖六成以上 “热闹的评奖”不再有 (Renmin Wang).


Huawei P8: A Chinese antidote to the iPhone 6

Tuesday, 28.4.2015

Von Chris Griffith. Quelle: The Australian.


Hefte für Ostasiatische Literatur, Nr.57

Tuesday, 28.4.2015

Neuerscheinung. Mit Übersetzungen zu Han Yu (Volker Klöpsch), Gao Ertai (Hans Kühner), Hung Hung (Rupprecht Mayer) und Li Qiao (Thilo Diefenbach). Verlag hier.


The Social Credit System 社会信用体系

Tuesday, 28.4.2015

China rates its own citizens – including online behaviour (Volkskrant). Vgl. 社会信用体系建设规划纲要(2014—2020年) (Caixin).


Many of China’s Most-Wanted Graft Suspects Have Taken Refuge in the U.S.

Tuesday, 28.4.2015

Von Ting Shi. Quelle: Bloomberg.


How China can avoid the middle income trap

Tuesday, 28.4.2015

Von Peter Cai. Quelle: China Spectator.


growing attention toward China’s moves to reclaim land around semi-submerged islets

Tuesday, 28.4.2015

ASEAN stops short of harder line on China (China Spectator/Dow Jones)


Quirks of working with Chinese partners

Tuesday, 28.4.2015

Patience Key To Success in China, Say Milken Panelists “A panel of Hollywood filmmakers …” Von James Rainey (Variety).


Dank China: Deutschland unter Investoren beliebt wie nie

Tuesday, 28.4.2015

Quelle: FAZ


China state rail company inks $5.5 bn infra deals in Africa

Tuesday, 28.4.2015

Quelle: The Brics Post


Border controls make it much riskier to bring banned books to mainland China

Monday, 27.4.2015

Lawsuit Over Banned Memoir Asks China to Explain Censorship Von Ian Johnson (NYT).


The sheer volume of eager traders

Monday, 27.4.2015

Boundless confidence – A record 3.3 million people signed up to ride China’s dicey stock market last week Von Richard Macauley (Quartz).


Waste disposal: Keep the fires burning

Monday, 27.4.2015

Waste incinerators rile the public, but are much better than landfill. Quelle: The Economist.


Courtesan vs. Literatus: Gendered Soundscapes …

Sunday, 26.4.2015

… and Aesthetics in Late Ming Singing Culture Von Peng Xu (Academia/T’oung Pao).


Being Human in a Buddhist World: An Intellectual History of Medicine in Early Modern Tibet

Sunday, 26.4.2015

Carla Nappi stellt ein Buch von Janet Gyatso vor. Quelle: newbooksineastasianstudies.com.