Waste separation plays a major role in Germany. The organic waste garbage can is younger than you might think. A professor from Witzenhausen helped develop it. Almost 40 years ago, the University of Kassel-Witzenhausen first distributed bio garbage cans to collect organic waste. Now they can be found in front of almost every house in Germany and in many parts of Europe.
You can find the complete article of the HNA from 01.08.2021 here.
Prof. Wilfried Engelke develops a training and a device to control breathing
You can find the complete interview here: https://charakter-magazin.de/charakter-2019-02/#seite32
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The German Society for Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery reports on the new Trauma Surgery Guidelines in its January 2019 newsletter.
The Göttinger Tageblatt reports on the guidelines Trauma Surgery, which is published in the fourth revised edition by Cuvillier Verlag. You can find the text here.
the book Hermann Junker. Eine Spurensuche im Schatten der österreichischen Ägyptologie und Afrikanistik (Cuvillier 2017) by Clemens Gütl was reviewed positively by Arno Sonderegger (University of Vienna) in the der Wiener Zeitschrift für kritische Afrikastudien. You can find a complete here.
Articel of the Stuttgarter Zeitung, 26. November 2017
How come that a Swabian who set out over a hundred years ago to proselytize in the former German colony of Qingdao, China, still has such significance today? Richard Wilhelm, born in Stuttgart in 1873, theologian, sinologist, philanthropist, and cultural expert, currently plays an extremely positive role in German-Chinese relations. This just became clear again at the Frankfurter Buchmesse (Frankfurt Book Fair), where a cooperation agreement was signed between the Qingdao publishing house and the Cuvillier Publishing House. “Richard Wilhelm and Qingdao” is the name of the joint publication, that is now published a century after the work of this missionary who never proselytized.
Articel by Gabriele Booth from Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung
Theologian, missionary, sinologist: Richard Wilhelm was all of these, living in Qingdao/China from 1900 to 1924. He translated important works of Chinese literature, built bridges between Western and Eastern philosophy, taught at Peking University and founded a German-Chinese school. Now, starting in summer 2018, Cuvillier Publishing will publish a series of five works by the great China connoisseur in cooperation with the Chinese Quingdao Publishing Group. “The high esteem in which Chinese culture is held in the Western world can be traced back, among other things, to the works of Richard Wilhelm. These are still a significant contribution of the understanding of Chinese culture and history today,” said Annette Jentzsch-Cuvillier, publisher and owner of the publishing house. “However, the cooperation with the Quingdao Publishing House is only the beginning of an exciting collaboration, because in the long term, this will initiate an important transfer of knowledge between China and Europe,” emphasizes Ms. Jentzsch-Cuvillier. But the new project is not the first time that Cuvillier Publishing has paved the way for Chinese literature to come to Germany. In the past, for example, various works by Dr. Werner Handke, the first Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany in China, have already been successfully published. Cuvillier Verlag has also published more than 100 works by authors with Chinese roots.
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