Ugen der gik: Kina på Twitter (5)

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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.

• Kinesere vil ind i den amerikanske militærindustri
RT @GE_Anderson: CN firms might bid for US defense contracts. http://is.gd/K77bgh They’ll lose, but have detailed set of requirements. Smart

• Kina i 1989, Egypten i 2011
Reading RT @Chinaroader: New blog post by yours sincerely — “Comparing Egypt, China, and T-square crackdowns,” http://wp.me/p1fVoV-1N

• Kvinder og køn
Special edition of China Quarterly on gender. Including five free articles: http://bit.ly/h9A3nz
16 hours ago

• Piger med kaninører i Beijing
High cute factor. Via @taniabranigan This season, Beijingers mostly wearing…bunny ears. My Beijing New Yr fashion pix http://bit.ly/eJgJ7P

• Apple og dårlige arbejdsforhold
Reading RT @ChinaCSR @changents: Can #Apple Redeem its Supply Chain Sustainability? Cues from #Nike’s Playbook: http://wp.me/prxyA-kp

• Zzzzzzzzz
A market for this in China? Wrap-a-nap http://bit.ly/dNtXCP
23 hours ago

• Huspriserne stiger, og det bekymrer regeringen
Reading Economist: China’s property market – protecting the middle class http://econ.st/eU8pjX

• Nix – passer ikke med regeringens fortælling om 5.000 års kinesisk historie
Chinese officials stop US exhibit with Uighur mummies, artifacts. Artinfo: http://bit.ly/g6Kxw2 ArtsBeat: http://nyti.ms/fBHHFK

• Fotos af Kinas miljø i 2010
Urbanization. I like this nighttime photo of Beijing and Tianjin by NASA. Guardian: http://bit.ly/gBUncJ

• Egypten totalt og 100 procent forbudt i Kina? Nej
Reading RT @ChinaGeeks: Egypt, China, and Revolution (Part 2) http://bit.ly/hMpArp on misreporting in the media! Sorry, media.

• Kinesisk togtur med 1.200 kilometer i timen?
Construction cost “$40 million per kilometer”. RT @shanghaiist: China says it can build a 1200kph train. O RLY? http://shst.me/66

• Hvad mener Beijing om Egypten?
Reading RT @GraniteStudio @niubi: The Jamestown Foundation: Willy Lam: Beijing’s Response to Egypt http://bit.ly/hisDQo

• Dårlig stil for amerikansk avis
RT @melissakchan Washington Post hosts state media China Daily on its site. Easily misleading to look like WaPo content http://bit.ly/gf6Wkn

• Kæledyr i Kina – og flere af dem
Chinese spend $2 billion a year on their animals. AFP: Economic boom means more pets in China. http://bit.ly/dVCaqt (check pix)

• Hvad er de kinesiske investeringer i Afrika egentlig?
RT @fonstuinstra: China in Africa: The Real Story: Will China Invest $10 Billion in Zimbabwe? Don’t Bet on It http://ht.ly/3OGnv

• Ikke gode udsigter for menneskerettigheder i Kina
Very good summary of situation right now. Jerome Cohen, US-Asia Law Institute: The Hu-Obama summit and human rights? http://bit.ly/hu2gNH

• Ingen besøg til Liu Xiaobo
Sad. No visits for New Year: China Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo ‘denied prison visits’. AFP: http://bit.ly/eMsebA

• Hurtig mad
Reading FT: Fast food battle heats up in China http://bit.ly/e0KexW

• Sådan begår du korruption i Kina
News you can use RT @gadyepstein: A primer on how to do bribery right in China http://bit.ly/eTFOuc By John Garnaut

• Datter af republikkens grundlægger dør
Reading obit in WSJ: Nora Sun, the 73-year-old granddaughter of Sun Yat-sen http://on.wsj.com/ekrggp

• Skal du flyve med Air China? Stakkel
How to survive a long-haul with Air China? SMH: http://bit.ly/dOd1Ji Could have added old planes, uncomfortable seats to list of complaints

• Kinesisk kultur – de rige hjem først fra Egypten
Very wenming RT @TomLasseter @goldkorn Celebs get 1st places on CN planes from Cairo, elementary school kids left behind http://is.gd/oJMUwY

• Seks millioner grise på toilet
Six million pigs about to use toilets in Taiwan China.org: Toilet training for pigs successful in Taiwan http://bit.ly/hrCJ6W

• Rørende
Watching interview on BBC: Wife of missing China activist Gao Zhisheng speaks out http://bbc.in/i3F7C9

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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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