Ugen der gik: Kina på Twitter (50)

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twitter_logo_header.png Her er en opsamling med nogle få af ugens tweets med artikler, historier og links om Kina. Du kan også følge Kinablog på Twitter.

• Made in China – eller er det?
Good piece from yesterdays WSJ: Not Really ‘Made in China’ – complex supply chains and trade statistics http://on.wsj.com/f0ARJH

• Nordkoreansk eksport-succes
Methamphetamine crossing the border. Korea Times: North Korean drugs in northeastern China has grown tremendously http://bit.ly/h38Xeg

• Sagen om Li Gang – advokat får tæsk
RT @cmphku: CMP Newswire: Lawyer in Hebei University Hit-and-Run Case (“Li Gang Case”) Attacked http://bit.ly/h5mN9F

• Penge i mikroforsikringer til fattige
Micro insurances for the poor – big market in China. Globally, insurers face $40 billion market. Bloomberg: http://bit.ly/eY6rPp

• Hvad er de kinesiske varemærker værd?
FT: China’s top 50 brands reach $280bn valuation http://bit.ly/eiTHai

• Kineserne kommer til Europa
Reading Der Spiegel (in English): China Expanding its Influence in Europe http://bit.ly/hhwA4s

• USA gør som Kina og censurerer Wikileaks
That’ll help convince China to stop censorship. NYT: Air Force Blocks Access to Sites That Posted Secret Cables http://nyti.ms/dYxwuQ

• Modsat japanske kvinder, kun 20 procent af de kinesiske vil være zøde
“Fewer than 20% of women in China’s biggest cities and Taipei said they aim to look cute.” WSJ http://on.wsj.com/hVtyHJ

• Bank of America om kinesisk valutakurs – den er fin
“We don’t agree with US academics and politicians.” Bloomberg: Bank of America – Renminbi is ‘Close to Fair Value’ http://bit.ly/h1pWrL

• Mao, Mao og Mao – tre boganmeldelser på New Yorker
Three new books about Mao. New Yorker: “Staying power – Mao and the Maoists” http://nyr.kr/dVVRuW

• Et gammelt ordsprog siger…
Nice them RT @raykwong Very cool: “33 Proverbs that Translate Well Between English and Mandarin.” http://twurl.nl/s4an4a h/t @perrywhitecage

• Wen i Indien
“People shouldn’t have too high expectations for the visit,” WaPo: China’s Wen to visit India amid trade, land spats http://wapo.st/fJBoWX

• Nationalisme – teenager protesterer mod forældre, der vil købe japansk bil
14-year-old girl fight with parents, who want to buy a Japanese car – and run away for three days. People’s Daily: http://bit.ly/gUs0bJ

• Kinesisk er populært
RT @relevantorgans: NewsFlash: 39 million foreigners to give up on Chinese next year http://j.mp/hLa359

• 30 skribsvrag fundet i Kina
RT @stinson @taniabranigan @GraniteStudio: “More than 30 archaeological shipwrecks off China’s coast” http://ht.ly/3o1Zb

• God læsning – Wasserstrom sætter Nobelprisen i perspektiv
Good read RT @ananthkrishnan: Jef Wasserstrom as perceptive as always on the Nobel in historical perspective http://huff.to/g5fcvJ

• Hvad vil Nobelprisen betyde for menneskerettighederne i Kina?
RT @taniabranigan: How will the Nobel affect human rights in China? @tengbiao, Mao Yushi, Nick Young, Sophie Richardson http://bit.ly/g2llOU

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Hurtige klik fra Kina af Kim Rathcke Jensen. Jeg er journalist og BA i kinesisk. Jeg bor i Beijing, hvor jeg arbejder som Politikens korrespondent i Kina og Asien.

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