Alle Einträge vom 6.5.2015

Will America defend Taiwan?

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Quelle: Business Spectator.


Seeking global role, China presses Europe in diplomatic push

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Von Robin Emmott und Michael Martina. Quelle: Reuters.


China verstärkt Bemühungen zum Erhalt historischer Kriegsschauplätze

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Quelle: germanchina.org.


China Pursues Strategic Interests in Antarctica

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Von Josh Rudolph. Quelle: China Digital Times.


Is China Building Up Soft Power by Aiding Nepal?

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Von Ashok Gurung, Zha Daojiong, Tsering Shakya und Rachel Lu. Quelle: China File.


Video and guide: Rock climbing around Kunming

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Von Colin Flahive. Quelle: GoKunming.


Burton Watson Named Winner of 2015 PEN/Ralph Manheim Medal for Translation

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Quelle: PEN American Center.


SOUR, SALTY, BITTER, SPICY, SWEET: ON CAN XUE AND FIVE SPICE STREET

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Von Paul Kerchen. Quelle: music&literature.


Fliegende Schweinchen für die Touristen

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Quelle: SZ.


Die neue China-Strategie der Vereinigten Staaten

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Von Michael Stürmer. Quelle: Welt.


Chang’an 26 BCE: An Augustan Age in China

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Carla Nappi stellt ein Buch von Michael Nylan and Griet Vankeerberghen vor. Quelle: newbooksineastasianstudies.com.


Kuomintang leader pays historic visit to China

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Von Clifford Coonan. Quelle: The Irish Times.


Tibetan Writer Believed to Be Jailed in Northwest China Province

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Quelle: India Gazette.


China’s lost children

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

China’s one-child policy has left a legacy of pain, Chinese writer Xinran tells Naomi Arnold. Quelle: Stuff.


Q. and A.: Willis Barnstone on Translating Mao and Touring Beijing With Allen Ginsberg

Wednesday, 6.5.2015

Von Ian Johnson. Quelle: NYT.