• Im Meerespalast des Drachenkönigs

    Ill. aus dem Tsukiô otohime monogatari (月王乙姫物語). Diese handschriftliche Bildrolle aus der Enpô-Zeit (1673-1681) kam Mitte des 19. Jh. über den Diplomaten Max von Brandt (1835-1920) in den Besitz der damaligen Königlichen Bibliothek. Signatur: Libri japon. 458 (Link)

  • Tibetischer dbyangs-yig (Detail)

    Detail tibetischer dbyangs-yig aus der Sammlung Pander (1854-1894). Die Linien beschreiben den Tonverlauf für die Rezitation des Gebets. Sie sind europäischen Neumen vergleichbar, mit denen im Mittelalter Choräle und geistliche Melodien aufgezeichnet wurden. (Pander B 263)

  • Palmenhain bei Gálle (Schlagintweit, 1857)

    Die Gebrüder Schlagintweit bereisten im Auftrag der East India Company weite Teile Asiens, um die Kartographie weiter voran zu bringen. Ihre Forschungen führten sie u.a. in die Himalaya Region. Sie bereisten aber auch den Süden des Landes sowie Sri Lanka (Ceylon). Link zum Digitalisat


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  • Korean Automakers Should Learn from Toyota's Resurgence

    (The Chosun Ilbo)

    Toyota suffered a severe cash crunch during the global financial crisis 10 years ago but achieved record sales from April to September of this year. Operating profit rose 15 percent compared to the same period of last year, resulting in the operating margin soaring to 8.6 percent. Toyota is also now...

  • Fans Go to Extreme Lengths to Catch Their Idols at Airport

    (The Chosun Ilbo)

    Over 200 fans gathered in the departure drop-off area of Terminal 1 at Incheon International Airport on Monday morning to see boy band Wanna One leave for a fan event in Bangkok, Thailand.  When the members came out of the van, the fans started screaming and a blizzard of camera flashes went of...

  • N.Korean Propaganda Vows to Keep Nukes

    (The Chosun Ilbo)

    North Korea has been telling its people that it will not give up nuclear weapons even after the inter-Korean summit in Pyongyang in September, according to the Radio Free Asia on Wednesday.Jiro Ishimaru of Osaka-based AsiaPress International told RFA, "Even after Kim met with [U.S. President Donald]...

  • Minimum Wage Hike 'Could Cost Half a Million Jobs'

    (The Chosun Ilbo)

    A sharp increase in the minimum wage will cause some 470,000 jobs to be lost over the next four years as income disparity worsens, according to a study. The Korea Economic Research Institute said in a report on Wednesday that if the minimum wage rises to W10,000 an hour by 2021, up to 476,000 jobs w...

  • NTU best university in Taiwan in employability ranking: survey


    London, Nov. 15 (CNA) Two universities from Taiwan were included in the 2018 Global University Employability Ranking, with National Taiwan University (NTU) the highest ranked, according to the U.K.-based Times Higher Education (THE) Thursday.

  • GOLDEN HORSE: Taiwanese tipped to keep top awards at home


    Taipei, Nov. 15 (CNA) Actors Roy Chiu (邱澤) and Hsieh Ying-xuan (謝盈萱), who starred in the movie "Dear EX," are Taiwan's only chance this year of winning the Golden Horse Award for a lead role.

  • Israeli Nobel winner advises Taiwan on building startup ecosystem


    Taipei, Nov. 15 (CNA) Israeli scientist Dan Shechtman, a 2011 Nobel laureate in chemistry, offered a number of suggestions to create a more friendly environment for technology startups in Taiwan Thursday, including the provision of universal basic science education and high-quality science and engineering teaching.

  • Winning numbers for Thursday's Taiwan lotteries


    Taipei, Nov. 15 (CNA) The winning numbers for Taiwan's "Power Lottery" (威力彩) on Thursday were 17, 22, 33, 38, 20, and 18 in the first section of the ticket and 08 in the second section, Taiwan Lottery said.