Alle Einträge vom 7.2.2017

To shrink China

Tuesday, 7.2.2017

Why China Is Ripe for the Couch Von Didi Kirsten Tatlow (NYT).


“Die Reise in den Westen” – Chinesischer Klassiker erstmals auf Deutsch

Tuesday, 7.2.2017

“… die Erstauflage ist schon vergriffen, momentan wird nachgedruckt …” Eva Lüdi Kong im Gespräch mit Joachim Scholl. Quelle: Deutschlandradio Kultur.


Filmmaker Johnny Ma Wants You to Fall in Love With ’90s Chinese Cinema

Tuesday, 7.2.2017

Von Johnny Ma. Quelle: chinafilminsider.com.


The Parachute Generation

Tuesday, 7.2.2017

To help their children get into American universities, Chinese parents have started sending them to U.S. high schools — and paying top dollar to do it. Von Brook Marmer. Quelle: NYT.


China issues guidelines to preserve traditional culture

Tuesday, 7.2.2017

“… protecting traditional Chinese villages, residences, historic architecture, agricultural and industrial heritage; preserving dialects; and supporting Chinese poetry, music, dance, calligraphy, painting, historical and cultural documentaries, animation and publications …” Quelle: Xinhua.


Humans eating sturgeon roe

Tuesday, 7.2.2017

The World Is Eating Chinese Caviar (And Doesn’t Know It) Von Noelle Mateer (That’s Beijing).


Editorial: The Best Strategy to Fend off Trump Protectionism

Tuesday, 7.2.2017

Von Hu Shuli. Quelle: Caixin.


Shaolin Abbot [Shi Yongxin] Cleared in Corruption Probe

Tuesday, 7.2.2017

Von Qing Yuan und Wu Gang. Quelle: Caixin.


Has China been practising preemptive missile strikes against U.S. bases?

Tuesday, 7.2.2017

Von Thomas Shugart. Quelle: warontherocks.com.