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中文简介: 中華人民共和國,簡稱中國或新中國,成立於1949年10月1日。是位於亞洲東部、太平洋西岸的人民共和國,首都北京。中華人民共和國的領土面積約960萬平方公里,居世界第三或第四,與周邊14個國家接壤。人口達到14億,約佔全球人口的五分之一,是世界上人口最多的國家。中華人民共和國是單一制的多民族國家。全國劃分為23個省(其中台灣省並沒有實際管轄)、5個自治區、4個直轄市和2個根據一國兩制政策設立的特別行政區(並不直接管轄),均直屬於中央人民政府。中華人民共和國跨越五個地理時區,但全國均使用北京時間(UTC+8,東八區)作為標準時 ...
for33against   我喜欢中国。没有犹豫的原因。例如,因为它... (如果我想写为什么,我写在这里), positive
for1against   Sonst sind es für die Deutsche Industrie Kommunisten!Wenn dabei Profit raus springt ist das dann nicht mehr so schlimm!, SEPP
for1against   Copy Shop China!, SEPP
for1against   Die Kopier Nation!Wer als Firma dorthin geht ist selber schuld!, SEPP
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Online courses gain popularity at Chinese universities

The trend of learning through open online courses has made its way to China as more of the country's top universities unveil public courses, and the first cross-university open class for college students in Shanghai kicked off on Tuesday night. The city's university course-sharing platform formally began registering students from 30 schools in the municipality, and the course "Introduction to Philosophy," offered by Professor Wang Defeng with Fudan University (FDU), became the first-ever cross-university public course, welcoming 1,072 students Tuesday. Wang's first lecture was broadcast ...

China influence to grows fast

Financier George Soros said on Sunday that China's global influence is set to grow faster than most people expect, with its isolation from the global financial system and a heavy state role in banking aiding a relatively swift economic recovery.He reiterated his cautious views regarding the surge in global stock markets, although he said it may have further to go given liquidity in the markets and that many investors are still sitting on the sidelines."In many ways, Chinese banking has benefited from being isolated from the rest of the world and is in better shape than the international ...

China decries U.S. criticism of its rights record

China denounced on Thursday U.S. criticism of its human rights record in an annual tit-for-tat exchange, saying the United States should put its own house in order first.The U.S. State Department sharply criticized China on Wednesday, saying detention and harassment of dissidents, petitioners, human rights defenders and defense lawyers peaked around high-profile events such as the Beijing Olympic Games in August.China's Foreign Ministry said China maintained a high level of "protection and respect" for human rights."Over the 30 years of development and reform we have seen a constant ...

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Fake bats, non-people and soccer tips from Chairman Mao: Martin Parr's side-on history of Chinese photography
From the cult of Mao to Tiananmen Square and the man who sifted through half a million discarded negatives at a dump in Beijing, a new exhibition traces over a century of strange and sensational Chinese visualsSee The Chinese Photobook at the Photographers’ Gallery, London, until 5 JulyIn 1945, the political department of the Shanxi-Chah’er-Hebel military region published a book called Recent Photographs of the Great Leader of the Chinese People Chairman Mao. Printed on paper left behind by the Japanese, it is now extremely rare, not least because – as the authors of The Chinese Photobook (Aperture) explain – it may be the first photobook “dedicated to Mao’s portraits and personality cult” and, as such, the precursor to an industry devoted to the deification of the great leader.As The Chinese Photobook shows, the history of Chinese photography is inextricably entwined with the history of its people. Until relatively recently, photobooks served as either a pictorial essay
US and EU criticise Chinese journalist's jailing for 'leaking state secrets'
Gao Yu vows to appeal against seven-year sentence for allegedly leaking Document No 9, which lays bare Communist party hostility to human rightsChina has jailed a veteran journalist for leaking an internal Communist party document which urged the aggressive targeting of subversive ideological trends including support for western democratic ideals, media independence, civil society and the “universal values” of human rights.Gao Yu, 71, has denied leaking state secrets abroad, and her lawyer said that she would appeal against her seven-year sentence. He said the prosecution lacked evidence and had based its case on her confession, which she said was made under pressure because her son was also in custody at the time. Continue reading...
The Edge: Is the Military Dominance of the West Coming to an End? by Mark Urban – review
A wake-up call to the danger posed by the rise of Russia, India and China - plus new nuclear powers and the ‘technology arms race’This is a kind of wake-up call. As defence budgets in the west, including the US and UK, are being cut by governments confronted by austerity or war weariness – what Peter Wall, the former head of the army, has called “moral disarmament” – Vladimir Putin is modernising Russia’s ageing arsenal in a hugely expensive and ambitious programme, while China, India, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states (to the delight of British arms companies) are increasing the amount spent on weapons to record levels.Mark Urban is the BBC’s respected diplomatic and defence journalist and a military historian, and his book asks “Is the Military Dominance of the West Coming to an End?”. The answer is: “Yes, of course.” That is, in the way the west’s conventional weapons have in the past been vastly superior to those of Russia, I
China's feminist five: 'This is the worst crackdown on lawyers, activists and scholars in decades'
Five women’s rights activists were freed on bail this week after being arrested by Chinese authorities for ‘provoking trouble’. But is their release secure? One Chinese blogger explains how the internet is helping fellow activists across the country fight for their rightsThe five young Chinese feminists who were detained by the authorities on the eve of International Women’s Day are not yet safe. Though they were released on bail on 13 April, they remain under constant surveillance. One of the women’s lawyers, Liang Xiaojun, stressed that their release is not a victory – they are still suspects. All of this comes following a chilling March, during which fellow activists from all over the country have been summoned for questioning by the police.The women – Wei Tingting, Li Tingting (Li Maizi), Wu Rongrong, Wang Man and Zheng Churan (Datu) – were arrested on suspicion of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble” after planning a multi-city protest aimed at bringing an

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