Alle Einträge vom 15.1.2016

Why China Can’t Quit Tobacco

Friday, 15.1.2016

Despite a growing health crisis, China is having a hard time weaning itself off tobacco. Von Davdi Volodzko. Quelle: The Diplomat. Vgl. 控烟为何这么难? (Zhongshi Wang).


What happened when a Chinese TV station replaced its meteorologist with a chatbot

Friday, 15.1.2016

Von Matt McFarland. Quelle: WP. Vgl. 机器人当上中国电视主播 (Xinhua/Cankao Xiaoxi).


China returns corruption suspect from Britain

Friday, 15.1.2016

Von Michael Martina. Quelle: Reuters.


Rare Chinese porcelain collection expected to fetch £20m at auction

Friday, 15.1.2016

“… Items acquired by Lancashire collector Roger Pilkington …” Von Mark Brown. Quelle: Guardian.


Factory owners run away

Friday, 15.1.2016

Video von Danny Vincent. Quelle: BBC.


China Sichuan governor [Wei Hong] suspected of corruption

Friday, 15.1.2016

Quelle: BBC


It’s all about China for Taiwan’s likely new leader [Tsai Ing-wen], and history’s against her

Friday, 15.1.2016

Von J.R. Wu und James Pomfret. Quelle: Reuters. Ferner: In Taiwan’s south, calls for independence from China entrenched as poll looms Von James Pomfret.


Key facts on China-Taiwan relations ahead of Taiwan vote

Friday, 15.1.2016

Quelle: Reuters. Ferner: Some China tourists eager to see free-wheeling democracy in action in Taiwan Von Yimou Lee.


South Korea, China defence officials to discuss North Korea test

Friday, 15.1.2016

Quelle: Reuters


China Post Group sued by investors in joint venture

Friday, 15.1.2016

Nachtrag. Von Karen Freifeld. Quelle: Reuters.


The demand is there. There are so many lovers.

Friday, 15.1.2016

China’s love hotel boom shows nation’s changing attitudes to sex Von Tom Phillips (Guardian).


Hong Kong ‘Umbrella Soldiers’ visit boisterous Taiwan to see democracy at work

Friday, 15.1.2016

Von Yimou Lee und J.R. Wu. Quelle: Reuters.


Kurswechsel in der Wechselkurspolitik angesichts massiver Verluste von Währungsreserven

Friday, 15.1.2016

Und andere Themen, wie: Taiwan vor der Wahl: Chancen für DPP auf absolute Mehrheit im Parlament, Erstmalig akzeptiert Gericht Klage auf Gleichstellung der Ehe für gleichgeschlechtliche Paare. Quelle: Merics.