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Author Topic: (Heiko Maas): Die chinesischen Universitäten sind im Arsch  (Read 934 times)

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(Heiko Maas): Die chinesischen Universitäten sind im Arsch
« on: September 23, 2017, 07:25:52 AM »

Die Welt geht vor die Hunde. Die deutsche Sprache ist auf Gossenniveau. In der Amtssprache des Justizministers der Bundesrepublik Deutschland: sie ist "im Arsch" *. Und jetzt China.

* Mehr dazu:
"Die USA sind im Arsch / Adel vernichtet!"
http://ariplex.com/folia/archives/1594.htm

(Heiko Maas): Die chinesischen Universitäten sind im Arsch



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Was mich wundert: Der Artikel ist in China veröffentlicht worden. Kritik in China? Dürfen die das?

Das ist der Artikel vom 21.9.2017:

http://m.scmp.com/news/china/policies-politics/article/2112269/chinese-universities-encourage-professors-students-post?amp=1

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Chinese universities are encouraging academics and students to write online articles promoting “core socialist values”. Photo: Shutterstock
Policies & Politics

Chinese universities encourage professors, students to post online content that promotes ‘socialist values’

Content that influences public opinion with ‘correct thinking and culture’ given same weight as academic papers


Viola Zhou
Viola Zhou UPDATED : Thursday, 21 Sep 2017, 10:54PM

China’s top universities are encouraging academics and students to write online articles promoting socialist values, with some offering authors the same academic credits they would get for papers published in journals.

The policy, which follows calls made by President Xi Jinping late last year for academics to become advocates of socialist values and firm supporters of Communist Party rule, has upset some people in the world of academia.

According to a notice issued this month by Zhejiang University, content that is widely circulated online, that shows “core socialist values” and influences public opinion with “correct thinking and culture” now carries the same weight as an academic paper – whether it is in the form of an essay, video or animation.

The prestigious Zhejiang University in eastern China said earlier this month that content that was widely circulated online and showed “core socialist values” would carry the same weight as a published academic paper. Photo: Handout

Content that is posted on the websites and social media platforms of party mouthpieces such as People’s Daily and Xinhua would receive the most credits, the notice said.

“Many professors object to it, saying they do not want to be used for politics,” a PhD student at the university told the South China Morning Post.

“No one is stupid here. The policy is aimed at getting the most intelligent people to say positive things about the country,” said the student, who asked not to be named.

The new scheme is being run by the university’s party committee, he said.

Zhejiang University, which is based in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, is not the only seat of learning offering incentives to those who toe the party line. Jilin University in northeastern China is also handing out credits to faculty members whose propaganda is published on state media websites and major commercial news portals.

Jilin University in northeastern China has also begun handing out credits to faculty members whose propaganda is published on state websites and major commercial news portals. Photo: Handout

Propagating the country’s achievements on “mainstream foreign media” also counted as an academic achievement, the university said.

A professor at Jilin, who also requested anonymity, said the new policy had yet to affect his teaching or research work.

“I’m holding onto my own academic standards,” he said. “I don’t know what will happen in the future. A good society should have voices of opposition.”

Shanghai Jiaotong University and the University of Electronic Science and Technology have launched similar schemes, while a number of other schools have promised to follow suit.

Chinese universities tighten ideological control of teaching staff

The online propaganda drive came soon after inspectors from the party’s discipline watchdog in June named 14 top colleges as being “too weak in their political work”. That announcement followed a nationwide programme of inspections.

Both Zhejiang and Jilin universities were accused of failing to implement a strong system for ideological work.

China is keen to boost the global rankings of its universities and attract the best talent from around the world, but critics have said its efforts were being undermined by too many controls on academics.

In recent years, Beijing has tightened its restraints on higher education, warning of the spread of “Western values” on campuses and sacking lecturers it accused of being critical of the party.

In a speech to universities and colleges in December, Xi said they must become the “strongholds of the party’s leadership”.

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Ying Biao, Zhejiang University’s party propaganda chief, said the new scheme was a way to help achieve Xi’s goals.

“We want to ... encourage all teachers and students to tell the China story well, to spread China’s voice and to produce more positive views and comments,” Ying told People’s Daily.

According to the Zhejiang PhD student, due to its distance from Beijing’s political centre, the university traditionally enjoyed more freedom than many others and attracted a higher number of liberal scholars as a result.

However, the new policy was likely to encourage young researchers to produce propaganda work rather than academic papers in their bid to get on, he said.

“At least the old people are still here, and they are hard to move,” he said. “But I don’t know how things will be in 10 or 20 years.”


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Chinese universities encourage professors, students to post online content that promotes ‘socialist values’

Content that influences public opinion with ‘correct thinking and culture’ given same weight as academic papers
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"South China Morning Post Publishers Limited"? Wer ist das?

http://corp.scmp.com/about-us/mission-statement/

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South China Morning Post Publishers Limited

Mission Statement

Since 1903, the South China Morning Post has grown from its humble beginnings as a newspaper targeting a small colony of expatriates, to become a world renowned and respected news media organisation in the region – touching the daily lives of hundreds of thousands of people both in Hong Kong and globally.

As the anchor of our media portfolio, our flagship newspaper the South China Morning Post sets the tone in Asia. As China’s place on the world stage grows in prominence, we are perfectly placed to offer our knowledge within this region to bridge the East-West divide. We will continue to focus on our strengths and expertise in Hong Kong and China.

At the heart of our business, we never lose sight of our core values of quality, integrity and trust which have been our guiding principles for over a century.

Our mission, as we move forward in these rapidly changing times, can be summed up in three words: aspiration, connection and trust.

Aspiration: We deliver value and quality to our customers by enhancing knowledge.
Connection: We bridge Hong Kong, China and the rest of the world, and we actively engage in these communities.
Trust: We will grow with the region as the trusted platform on China.

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Aber nicht irgendwo, sondern in Hong Kong, dem kleinen Ort in Gall... nein, nicht bei den Galliern, sondern denen, die noch von der ehemaligen britischen Kronkolonie übrig gebblieben sind. In Hong Kong, dem Ort, wo wo sich aufrechte Aufständische mit bunten Regenschirmen gegen die rotchinesischen Besatzer zur Wehr setzen. Also die chinesischen Gallier.

Die chinesischen Gallier schreiben über die rotchinesischen Besatzer:

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Chinese universities encourage professors, students to post online content that promotes ‘socialist values’

Content that influences public opinion with ‘correct thinking and culture’ given same weight as academic papers
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Ist das nicht eine geniale Idee und eine Einladung an alle Armleuchter, Trantüten, Vollpfosten und Heilpraktiker in aller Herren Länder, sich Doktortitel zu holen für AgitProp (Agitation und Propaganda) für die chinesische Revolution? Haben wir demnächst eine massenhafte Vermehrung von Heilpraktikern mit Doktortitel aus der Volksrepuiblik China für "Erfolge der Traditionellen Chinesische Medizin (TCM) dank der glorreichen sozialistischen Revolution der Medizin in China"?

In der Vergangenheit gab es nicht wenige, die als Pfuscher nach China gingen und mit akademischen Titeln zurück kamen. Zwar immer noch Pfuscher, aber mit akademischem Brimborium. Jetzt das Ganze in richtig großem Maßstab, auf internet-industriellem Niveau.

Man muß nicht mal mehr nach China reisen, sondern kann gemütlich vom heimischen Sofa in Castrop-Rauxel oder Brüggen/Bracht in Blogs und Foren herumpinseln, chinesischen Medizinpfusch in den höchsten Tönen loben - das ist echt gut für's Geschäft, so eine Reklame- und Selbstbeweihräucherungsramme, die geht noch mit 3,5 Promille locker vom Hocker - und kriegt dafür den Doktor der Chinesischen Medizin. Ausdrucken, einrahmen, ins Wartezimmer hängen.


Chinesische Medizin 2.0: Virtuelle Praxen in China.

Für die Zeit des Studiums, man kann das bequem von zuhause aus, muß man nicht nach Shanghai, sondern bucht sich in einem virtuellen Studienplatz in der chinesischen Uni ein, kriegt eine chinesische TCM-Immatrikulation, und kann locker vom Hocker  für Parteireklame einen Studienschein nach dem anderen einsammeln.

Wie bei den deutschen Titlemills, sowas wie Witten-Herdecke oder Viadrina, aber noch viel bequemer. Gegen Aufpreis gibt es den Bilderrahmen zum Aufhängen in Bambus.


In der Tat: (Heiko Maas): Die chinesischen Universitäten sind im Arsch
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