Alle Einträge vom July, 2018

Un recueil de nouvelles de Taiwan, aux éditions Magellan

Wednesday, 18.7.2018

Blogpost von Duzan.


Deutsche Fotografen in China – Vergessene Bilder

Wednesday, 18.7.2018

Von James Zeng-Huang. Übersetzung: Eva Lüdi Kong. Quelle: GI. Chin. Originaltext hier.


Why Berlin is the favorite city of Chinese dissidents

Wednesday, 18.7.2018

Von Vivienne Chow. Quelle: Quartz.


Epic Budget, Epic Fail: Chinese Blockbuster ‘Asura’ Tanks

Wednesday, 18.7.2018

Opening-weekend sales for the $100 million production were so dismal that producers pulled the film from cinemas. Von Kenrick Davis. Quelle: Sixth Tone.


Begegnungen im Reich der Mitte: Mit psychologischem Blick unterwegs in China

Wednesday, 18.7.2018

Neuerscheinung von Ulrich Sollmann. Quelle: Psychosozial-Verlag.


The solar industry could be a ticking time bomb

Wednesday, 18.7.2018

The Dark Side of China’s Solar Boom The sun’s shining on the world’s largest solar industry, but experts warn that there could be problems brewing on the horizon. Von Bibek Bhandari und Nicole Lim (Sixth Tone).


Political cartoonist Rebel Pepper finds more artistic freedom in the US

Friday, 6.7.2018

Von Isaac Stone Fish. Quelle: PRI.


China’s next box office hit? A dark comedy about smuggling in cancer drugs from India

Friday, 6.7.2018

Quelle: Quartz


Made In China 2025: The Domestic Tech Plan That Sparked An International Backlash

Friday, 6.7.2018

Quelle: supchina.com


Foreign births soar as local births drop at epicentre of Chinese maternity tourism in Canada, new statistics show

Friday, 6.7.2018

Von Ian Young. Quelle: SCMP. Übersetzung hier.


Cotton textile production in medieval China unravelled patriarchy

Wednesday, 4.7.2018

Von Melanie Meng Xue. Quelle: Aeon.


The furor over the Confucius Institutes is distracting from real Chinese threats

Wednesday, 4.7.2018

Von John Pomfret. Quelle: WP. Teilübersetzung hier.


The World in Guangzhou – Africans and Other Foreigners in South China’s Global Marketplace

Wednesday, 4.7.2018

Laurie Dickmeyer stellt ein Buch von Gordon Mathews, Linessa Dan Ling und Yang Yang vor. Quelle: New Books Network.