Patricia Buckley Ebrey: Emperor Huizong

Tuesday, 27.11.2018

Mark Klobas interviewt die Autorin. Podcast. Quelle: New Books Network.

Zhang Tianyi: The Pidgin Warrior

Monday, 26.11.2018

Carla Nappi interviewt David Hull, den Übersetzer. Podcast. Quelle: New Books Network.

Taiwan’s Political Landscape Changes Overnight

Monday, 26.11.2018

Taiwan’s “midterms” give the ruling DPP a slap in the face and disappoint LGBT activists. Von Chris Taylor. Quelle:

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.

Yuan Shikai – A Reappraisal

Tuesday, 20.11.2018

Mark Klobas stellt ein Buch von Patrick Fuliang Shan vor. 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.

« IT84 » : Zhang Xinxin et la science-fiction comme autobiographie

Monday, 19.11.2018

Par Brigitte Duzan. Quelle: Chinese Short Stories.

The American Dream Is Alive. In China.

Monday, 19.11.2018

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

Why China Shouldn’t Exorcise Its Ghost Stories

Sunday, 18.11.2018

Von Hannah Lund. Quelle: Sixth Tone.

The Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor, and Foreign Investment in Africa

Monday, 29.10.2018

Vorstellung eines Buches von Ching Kwan Lee, von Marshall Poe. Quelle: New Books Network.

“Trisolaris”-Autor Liu Cixin – Vom Ende der Science-Fiction

Monday, 29.10.2018

Von Maximilian Kalkhof. Quelle: Spiegel Online.

Imperial Twilight: The Opium War and the End of China’s Last Golden Age

Saturday, 27.10.2018

Vorstellung eines Buches von Stephen R. Platt. Von Marshall Poe. Quelle: New Books Network.

The 2018 China-Africa Reporting Guide

Friday, 26.10.2018


China’s middle class spend less as they scrimp and save for their children’s education

Wednesday, 17.10.2018

By Jane Cai. Quelle: SCMP. Chin. Version hier.

Yan Lianke’s Forbidden Satires of China – How an Army propaganda writer became the country’s most controversial novelist

Tuesday, 16.10.2018

By Jiayang Fan. Quelle: The New Yorker.

What Chinese students want from UK universities – new research

Tuesday, 16.10.2018

By Yasemin Soysal and Sophia Woodman. Quelle: The Conversation.

AI promises jobs revolution but first it needs old-fashioned manual labour – from China

Monday, 15.10.2018

By Sarah Dai. Quelle: SCMP.

Simon Leys: Navigator between Worlds

Sunday, 14.10.2018

Quelle: Ohio State University.

85-Year-Old Mother Fights For the Release of Her Son, Renowned Human Rights Defender

Saturday, 13.10.2018

Von Yaxue Cao. Quelle: China Change.

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).