Archiv für 'Soziales'

‘Grey wall of China’: the town at the frontline of a looming ageing crisis

Friday, 24.2.2017

Von Tom Phillips. Quelle: Guardian.


No baby boom for China after end of one-child policy

Friday, 24.2.2017

Von Gabriel Wildau. Quelle: Financial Times.


Wer Schulden hat, darf nicht verreisen

Sunday, 19.2.2017

Ein Online-Kreditregister hilft Zwangsvollstreckungen durchzusetzen. Selbst Mautstellen werden angezapft. Von Johnny Erling. Quelle: Welt.


Cashing in on dystopia

Saturday, 18.2.2017

Nachtrag. Through a simple mobile transaction, you, too, can be Big Brother. Von David Bandurski. Quelle: supchina.com.


Some 10,000 babies born via its services

Friday, 17.2.2017

Official ban is no brake on China’s surrogacy sector Von Alice Yan (SCMP).


Migrant Labour and the Sustainability of China’s Welfare System

Sunday, 12.2.2017

Quelle: chinoiresie.info


Person of the Week: Ai Xiaoming

Sunday, 12.2.2017

“… a documentary filmmaker, author, and women’s rights activist …” Von Anne Henochowicz. Quelle: China Digital Times.


Verbesserte Bedingungen für Einwanderer

Wednesday, 8.2.2017

Von Wolfgang Pomrehn. Quelle: Telepolis.


The suicide of one of China’s 61 million so-called “left-behind” rural children on Lunar New Year’s eve

Friday, 3.2.2017

Dad, when I die, you’ll be happy: Chinese ‘left-behind’ boy, 15, writes in suicide note Von Josh Ye (SCMP).


Shidu fumu

Monday, 30.1.2017

Hopeless and alone: Spring Festival a bitter reminder for China’s elderly parents who’ve lost their only child Von Alica Yan (SCMP)


The Year of the Rooster – A roundup of Spring Festival traditions and news

Saturday, 28.1.2017

Quelle: supchina.com


What relationship do young Chinese women have with feminism?

Thursday, 26.1.2017

Quelle: daxueconsulting.com


China’s massive Lunar New Year travel rush: where are they going and how?

Thursday, 26.1.2017

Von Daniel Moss und Kinling Lo. Quelle: SCMP.


Chinese Divorcée Fights to Be Free of Ex-Husband’s Debt

Thursday, 26.1.2017

Von Yan Jie. Quelle: Sixth Tone.


In China, an Ancient People Watch Their Floating Life Dissolve

Wednesday, 25.1.2017

“… living on the river in Datang, a town in Guangdong Province …” Von Chris Buckley und Adam Wu. Quelle: NYT.


Gambling With Time Along the China-Laos Border

Monday, 23.1.2017

Chinese families in a Lao border town struggle after casino cash runs out. Von Yuan Lu, Jia Yanan und Qi Silei. Quelle: Sixth Tone.


With no strings at all

Tuesday, 10.1.2017

After One-Child Policy, Outrage at China’s Offer to Remove IUDs Von Sui-Lee Wee (NYT).


Helping a community by becoming part of it

Sunday, 8.1.2017

Von Zhang Qian. Quelle: Shanghai Daily.


2016 White-Collar Worker Satisfaction Index Report

Sunday, 8.1.2017

Zhaopin: No Promotion for Nearly 80% of Chinese White-Collar Workers in 2016 (Firmeninformation)


Demographics: China’s Rural Poor Bear the Brunt of the Nation’s Aging Crisis

Friday, 6.1.2017

“If we can stand the pain, we don’t go to the hospital.” Von Dexter Roberts. Quelle: Bloomberg. Vgl. 美媒:农村贫困民众在中国的老龄化危机中首当其冲 (Huanqiu Wang).


Indonesia reviews Hong Kong’s domestic worker conditions amid calls for further minimum wage rise

Monday, 2.1.2017

Newly installed and outspoken consul general backs unionists demands for higher income for thousands of migrant workers. Von Phila Siu. Quelle: SCMP.


Sklaven der Immobilien

Friday, 30.12.2016

Von Stephan Scheuer. Quelle: Handelsblatt.


Startup statt Fließband

Tuesday, 20.12.2016

Chinas hippe neue Arbeitswelt. Von Steffen Wurzel. Quelle: Deutschlandradio Kultur.


Zurück aufs Land: Chinas überflüssige Wanderarbeiter

Tuesday, 20.12.2016

Von Axel Dorloff. Quelle: Deutschlandradio Kultur.


Taiwan debates gay marriage

Thursday, 8.12.2016

Quelle: Economist.