Archiv für 'Kultur Lifestyle'

Inner Mongolia protests at China’s plans to bring in Mandarin-only lessons

Thursday, 3.9.2020

Quelle: The Guardian

‘She doesn’t want to go’: Chinese-Thais defend threatened shrine

Tuesday, 7.7.2020

Quelle: SCMP

Break the China Habit? Lobsters, Lights and Toilets Show How Hard It Is

Tuesday, 16.6.2020

By Damien Cave, Motoko Rich and Jack Ewing. Quelle: NYT.

Is it killing for kindness or convenience? China debates euthanasia

Saturday, 19.1.2019

By Michelle Wong. Quelle: SCMP. Chinesische Übersetzung (mit Auslassungen)hier.

China sustains efforts to improve animal welfare

Friday, 30.11.2018

Quelle: The Pig Site. Teilübersetzung hier.

The Making of a Modern Art World – Institutionalization and Legitimization of Guohua in Republican Shanghai

Wednesday, 21.11.2018

Ricarda Brosch bespricht ein Buch von Pedith Pui Chan. Quelle: New Books Network.

Outcry as Chinese erotic writer jailed for more than 10 years over gay sex scenes in novel

Monday, 19.11.2018

Von Nectar Gan. Quelle: SCMP.

The American Dream Is Alive. In China.

Monday, 19.11.2018

By Javier C. Hernández and Quoctrung Bui. Quelle: NYT. Auszugsweise Übersetzung hier.

Queer Comrades: Gay Identity and Tongzhi Activism in Postsocialist China

Wednesday, 27.6.2018

Laurie Dickmeyer stellt ein Buch von Hongwei Bao vor. Quelle: New Boks Network.

Bloody rites: has wedding hazing crossed the line into violence in China?

Monday, 18.12.2017

Von Mandy Zuo. Quelle: SCMP.

Mozi On the Escape from the State of Nature

Monday, 18.12.2017


Elderly care is an intimate business in a different way

Monday, 4.12.2017

Red Lights Go Gray China’s former sex capital, Dongguan, retires in style. Von Lin Qiqing (Sixth Tone).

It’s a crowded place

Thursday, 16.11.2017

Chinese Eye Alternative Funerals As Graveyard Prices Skyrocket Von Daniel Rechtschaffen(Forbes). Vgl. Sohu-Artikel hier.

China Refuses to Admit It Has a Rape Problem. I Would Know.

Thursday, 26.10.2017

The Communist Party wants to blame Hollywood and “loose women,” instead of acknowledging its own epidemic levels of sexual assault. Von Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian. Quelle: FP.

China im Wandel der Zeit – Serviceparadies, Straßenverkehr und Sozialpunkte

Monday, 23.10.2017

“Im Jahr 2011 durfte ich mich das erste Mal freuen, das chinesische Festland zu betreten …” Von Patrick Müsker. Quelle: ICC.

Flughafen in China: Abergläubische Frau wirft Münzen in Triebwerk

Saturday, 21.10.2017

Quelle: Spiegel Online

China does not have Harvey Weinstein-type predators

Wednesday, 18.10.2017

Anger as Chinese media claim harassment is just a western problem State newspaper says China does not have Harvey Weinstein-type predators because ‘men are taught to be protective of women’. Von Benjamin Haas (Guardian).

In China ist klassische Musik Jugendkultur

Sunday, 15.10.2017

Klassik in China: Teenage Symphony Von Harald Eggebrecht (SZ).


Thursday, 12.10.2017

Quelle: Youtube. Vgl. Taiwan to hold its first space out competition in October (Focus Taiwan).

China’s Good Samaritan law goes into effect

Tuesday, 10.10.2017

Quelle: Xinhua

A tireless preoccupation with chains of contempt

Monday, 9.10.2017

How Online Chains of Contempt Show China’s Obsession With Money Popular jokes on social media reflect society’s preoccupation with materialism. Von Zeng Yuli (Sixth Tone).

Trend zu Deutsch als Fremdsprache in China

Thursday, 5.10.2017

Von Steffen Wurzel. Quelle: Deutschlandfunk.

Cross-dressing in China, a teacher’s tale

Monday, 25.9.2017

The friendship he fostered with his talkative, funny, cross-dressing Chinese teacher taught a Beijing-based British journalist who the real masters of disguise are. Von Michael Bristow. Quelle: SCMP.

Beijing Marathon a victim of its own success as unregistered runners join race with fake tags

Sunday, 24.9.2017

As China’s middle class embraces long-distance running, demand to take part in events is far outweighing the number of places available. Von Mandy Zuo. Quelle: SCMP.

Ranting and Rapping Online in China, and Raking In Millions

Monday, 18.9.2017

“Not long ago, Li Tianyou was a scrawny junior high school dropout struggling to make a living in China’s dreary industrial northeast …” Von Javier C. Hernández. Quelle: NYT. Chin. Version hier.