Don't Cry, Tai Lake (Inspector Chen Cao, Book 7) by Qiu Xiaolong

By Qiu Xiaolong

“Dark, gorgeous…feels authentically chinese language and it really works like a charm.” --Washington put up ebook World on A Case of 2 Cities

Chief Inspector Chen Cao of the Shanghai Police division is offered a little luxurious through associates and supporters in the get together – a week’s holiday at a sumptuous inn close to Lake Tai, a week the place he can sit back, and recuperate, undisturbed by means of open air calls for or disruptions. regrettably, the as soon as attractive Lake Tai, well known for its transparent waters, is now lined through fetid algae, its waters polluted through poisonous runoff from neighborhood production crops. Then the director of 1 of the producing plants responsible for the pollutants is murdered and the chief of the neighborhood ecological staff is the first suspect of the neighborhood police. Now Inspector Chen needs to tread rigorously if he is to discover the truth behind the brutal homicide and discover a degree of justice for either the sufferer and the accused.

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119 Man stellte besonders heraus, darin voll und ganz mit den Auffassungen Dr. Sun Yat-sens übereinzustimmen, der im Manifest des 1. Nationalkongresses der KMT gefordert hatte: "Unternehmen, ob in chinesischer oder ausländischer Hand, die monopolistischen Charakter tragen oder deren Umfang für eine private Verwaltung zu groß ist, wie Banken, Eisenbahnen und Zivilluftfahrt, sollen vom Staat geführt und verwaltet werden, damit nicht das Privatkapital die Lebenshaltung der Nation kontrolliert ... "120 Das sei das Hauptprinzip der Regulierung des Kapitals.

Für eine ständig steigende Zahl von Pächtern, die entweder ihr Land hatten verkaufen müssen oder nie welches besessen hatten, gab es aus dem Kreislauf von Armut und zunehmender Abhängigkeit kein Entrinnen. Soziale Mobilität war infolge der äußersten Armut bei den unteren Schichten kaum, und auch bei den für chinesische Begriffe wohlhabenden und "ausbeutenden" Teilen der Landbevölkerung nur schwach entwickelt. Zudem war die Großfamilie für alle Lebensfragen zuständig. Der einzelne war eingebettet in den Familienverband, der zwar soziale Sicherungsfunktionen übernahm, aber auch Fesseln anlegte, Korruption und Vetternwirtschaft Vorschub leistete und wohl einer der stärksten Faktoren war, die zum unveränderten Fortbestand der tradierten Ordnung beitrugen.

Juni 1949, "und das beherrschen lernen, was wir noch nicht wissen. Wir müssen von allen Fachleuten - wer es auch sein mag -lernen, die Wirtschaft zu handhaben. Wir müssen bei ihnen in die Lehre gehen und von ihnen respektvoll und gewissenhaft lernen. "86 Detaillierte Pläne der kommunistischen Führung zum Aufbau und zur Umgestaltung aus der Zeit vor 1949 sind nicht bekannt geworden. Wahrscheinlich ist man im Verlauf des Bürgerkrieges auch nicht dazu gekommen, solche Pläne zu entwickeln. Zudem lag es nahe, aus taktischen Erwägungen vor der endgültigen Machtsicherung alles zu unterlassen, was Teile der Bevölkerung verprellen konnte.

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