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Pacific War Games: Why China is Taking Part in US Military Exercises

Pacific War Games: Why China is Taking Part in US Military Exercises

SPIEGEL ONLINE - August 17, 2016

The United States invited countries from around the Pacific to the world's biggest international maritime exercise, including its greatest rival, China. Its participation says a lot about the country's ambitions -- and its limits. By Bernhard Zand more... Comment ]

Chinesische Fußball-Liga: Kaufrausch im Namen des Volkes

Chinesische Fußball-Liga: Kaufrausch im Namen des Volkes

SPIEGEL ONLINE - February 09, 2016

Ramires, Martínez, Teixeira: Die Chinese Super League hat in diesem Winter mehr Geld für Spieler ausgegeben als die englische Premier League. Was will China mit den Stars? Und wer steckt hinter den Klubs? Von Maximilian Kalkhof mehr... Video | Forum ]

Chinese Billionaire Zhang Xin: 'The Old Model Doesn't Work Anymore'

Chinese Billionaire Zhang Xin: 'The Old Model Doesn't Work Anymore'

SPIEGEL ONLINE - January 22, 2016

In a SPIEGEL interview, billionaire real estate mogul Zhang Xin discusses the recent market crash, the end of China's building boom and why she views Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg as a role model for the wealthy. Interview Conducted by Bernhard Zand more... Comment ]

Prognose für China: Zwei Millionen Tote durch Rauchen - pro Jahr

Prognose für China: Zwei Millionen Tote durch Rauchen - pro Jahr

SPIEGEL ONLINE - October 09, 2015

Zwei Drittel der jungen Männer in China greifen regelmäßig zur Zigarette - mit schwerwiegenden Folgen. Bereits 2030 könnten doppelt so viele Menschen an den Folgen des Rauchens sterben wie 2010. mehr... Forum ]

Ready for Take-Off: China Steers Course Between Prestige and Profit

Ready for Take-Off: China Steers Course Between Prestige and Profit

SPIEGEL ONLINE - August 20, 2015

China's slowing economy has German industry worried about its exports to Asia. But as it goes about beefing up the transportation sector, the country poses a completely different threat in the longer-term. By Bernhard Zand more... Comment ]

'Nobody Has Endless Strength': Ai Weiwei's New Life in Europe

'Nobody Has Endless Strength': Ai Weiwei's New Life in Europe

SPIEGEL ONLINE - August 13, 2015

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei was finally given his passport back and immediately left the country to join his family in Germany. But he is unsettled by his newfound freedom and he is searching for a new role. SPIEGEL caught up with him in Munich. By Bernhard Zand more... Comment ]

A Man in Full: To Hell and Back in the Chinese Healthcare System

A Man in Full: To Hell and Back in the Chinese Healthcare System

SPIEGEL ONLINE - May 28, 2015

When a farmer and migrant worker got thrombosis in his legs, China failed him. In the end, he had to saw off his own rotting leg in order to survive. Zheng Yanliang's story is an allegory of the struggle to modernize the Chinese healthcare system. By Bernhard Zand more... Comment ]

Interview with Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei: 'The State Is Scared'

Interview with Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei: 'The State Is Scared'

SPIEGEL ONLINE - May 20, 2015

In a SPIEGEL interview, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, 57, discusses the continuing repression faced by civil rights activists in China, why he believes progressive change in the country is inevitable and shameful human rights violations in the United States. Interview Conducted By Bernhard Zand more... Comment ]

The Warming World: Is Capitalism Destroying Our Planet?

The Warming World: Is Capitalism Destroying Our Planet?

SPIEGEL ONLINE - February 25, 2015

World leaders decided in Copenhagen that global warming should be limited to 2 degrees Celsius. Achieving that target, though, would take nothing less than a miracle. With another round of climate negotiations approaching, it is becoming increasingly clear that mankind has failed to address its most daunting problem. By Alexander Jung, Horand Knaup, Samiha Shafy and Bernhard Zand more... Comment ]

Umweltverschmutzung: Chinas Dreckwasser leuchtet blau

Umweltverschmutzung: Chinas Dreckwasser leuchtet blau

SPIEGEL ONLINE - January 28, 2015

Im Hafen von Hongkong leuchtet das Wasser nachts blau. Das faszinierende Schauspiel deutet auf massive Umweltprobleme hin: Der Grund ist eine Algenblüte, verursacht durch die starke Wasserverschmutzung. mehr... Forum ]