Laatste nieuws

  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • China investigates possible breach of UN sanctions on North Korea (Caixin)
  • Trying to make sense of our North Korea policy may be fruitless (The Washington Post)
  • North Korea cancelled Mike Pence meeting last minute, White House says (The Guardian)
  • North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile design shows help from foreign sources: report (Asia Times)
  • North Korea poised to launch large-scale cyberattacks, says new report (The Washington Post) 20 feb 2018
  • A new game at the Winter Olympics (The New Yorker)
  • US is 'nervous' about North Korea's missiles, admits Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (Newsweek)
  • North Korea seeks united peninsula 'under a single communist system': Admiral Harris (NK News)
  • Whither maximum pressure? Why we need a White House special envoy on North Korea (Brookings)
  • Can James Mattis prevent nuclear war with North Korea? (Newsweek)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Peking pleegt coup bij verzekeringsreus Anbang (Het Fiancieele Dagblad)
  • China's top Party body says Xiongan blueprint progressing well (Caixin)
  • China regulator seizes Anbang, chairman faces fraud prosecution (Bloomberg)
  • China can achieve sustainable growth through reform: World Bank (Xinhua)
  • Private data shows China GDP is solid but slowing (Asia Times)
  • China seeks bigger catch from far-sea fishing fleet (Financial Times)
  • Can China achieve modernization as envisioned? (The Japan News)
  • China's industrial capacity utilization hits five-year high (Xinhua)
  • Dongguan in the spotlight: hi-tech comeback for 'factory of the world'? (The Guardian)
  • Two defining features of China’s coming loan cleanup (Trivium)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China’s accession to WTO has been a boon, not an error (Financial Times)
  • Railway project connecting Pacific, Atlantic still on track: Chinese embassy in Brazil (Global Times)
  • China lanceert op 26 maart oliecontracten in yuan (Geotrendlines)
  • China property outbound investment to drop by up to 40 pct (Reuters)
  • The Belt and Road Initiative didn't quite live up to its hype in 2017 (Council of Foreign Relations)
  • China clamps down on insurers' overseas financing (Caixin)
  • Chinese tourists are taking over the earth, one selfie at a time (Bloomberg)
  • How China is dominating the global battery supply chain (Trivium)
  • Brazil railway for China exports halted amid economic pressure (Global Times)
  • China woos Pakistan militants to secure Belt and Road projects (Financial Times)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • China's UN envoy urges to solve Syria crisis through political settlement (Xinhua)
  • Western attack on China’s judicial system driven by bigotry (Global Times)
  • India likely to trigger another showdown with China as officials continue to provoke: observers (Global Times)
  • New book on Jesuits in China (Sunday Examiner, Hong Kong)
  • The Quad vs. Belt and Road (SupChina)
  • China is no threat to Australia, Turnbull says before visit to US (The Guardian)
  • Ändert der Vatikan seine China-Diplomatie? - Experten suchen nach Antworten (Die Tagespost)
  • India media uses fake news to drive a wedge between China and Pakistan: expert (Global Times)
  • New Chinese research vessel sets sail to S.China Sea (Global Times - Xinhua)
  • New Zealand v China: 'We could be the next Albania' (NZ Herald)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Beijing sending another senior emissary to D.C. (Axios - Sinocism)
  • 'Enforcer' Wang Qishan could be let loose on US to quell trade dispute (Asia Times)
  • Philippines: Risks rising with China challenging US at sea (AP)
  • Chinese and US officials scuffled over 'nuclear football' during 2017 Trump visit - report (The Guardian)
  • Is China really threatening the US with nuclear weapons? (Asia Times)
  • Waking up to China’s infiltration of American colleges (The Washington Post)
  • China says will protect its interests amid US trade probe (Reuters)
  • US sharpens focus on 'China Threat' (Axios China)
  • US foreign policy elites: America's China policy has failed (Axios China)
  • The China reckoning: how Beijing defied American expectations (Foreign Affairs)
  • China - Europa

  • Merkel's alarmist talk harks back to days of the Cold War: China Daily editorial
  • Chinese ambassador calls for building China-Britain 'Golden Era' 2.0 (Xinhua)
  • Europe needn't fear China's footprint in Africa (Global Times)
  • May turns to Chinese billionaire Jack Ma for post-Brexit trade ideas (The Guardian)
  • EU slaps new tariffs on Chinese imported steel (China Economic Review)
  • The 'misguided academics' of Europe (China Media Project)
  • Authoritarian advance: responding to China's growing political influence in Europe (Global Public Policy Institute - Mercator Institute for China Stud
  • Misguided academics promote China-EU confrontation (Global Times)
  • With everyone focused on Russia, China is quietly expanding its influence across Europe (The Washington Post)
  • The Guardian view on May in China: the 'golden era' has lost its lustre
  • China - Nederland

  • Dutch royals' visit lends to closer European ties: expert (Global Times)
  • Chinese president meets Dutch king, calls for closer cooperation on B&R construction (Xinhua)
  • First Dutch university to open branch campus in China cancels plans over 'academic freedom (What's on Weibo)
  • Rijksuniversiteit Groningen stopt definitief met plannen voor een universitaire nevenvestiging in Yantai (Dagblad van het Noorden)
  • Viva China and Feyenoord to set up football academy (Yutang Sports)
  • Werk aan de winkel voor C&A in China (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Waarom moet de eerste Nederlandse zustercampus uitgerekend in China staan? (de Volkskrant)
  • C&A zou verkoop aan Chinese investeerders overwegen (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Chinese, Dutch students build world's tallest ice tower (Xinhua)
  • Dutch sinologist Manya Koetse interprets China's social media for West (Caixin)
  • Politiek

  • China revives socialism with reform years after manifesto published: expert (Global Times)
  • The rise of China as a digital totalitarian state (The Washington Post)
  • Transparency International: China climbs two places in global corruption perception ranking (South China Morning Post)
  • China's race against history (China Media Project)
  • Safeguarding the right to practice: A statement by 58 Chinese lawyers (China Change)
  • A dance for Tibetan New Year, then 17 hours in custody (The New York Times)
  • Podcast: 'Critical' journalism in China, explained by Maria Repnikova (SupChina)
  • The Xi Jinping faction dominates regional appointments (AsiaNews)
  • Carl Minzner's new book: 'End of an Era: How China's Authoritarian Revival is Undermining Its Rise' (jeromecohen.net)
  • Details of Xi's inspection tour in Sichuan are deeply touching (China Daily)
  • Maatschappij

  • Over 210 mln Chinese walk for health during Tencent holiday campaign (Xinhuanet)
  • China dropped its one-child policy. So why aren't Chinese women having more babies? (The New York Times)
  • Chinese city touted as model for cutting healthcare costs (Financial Times)
  • Anti-poverty campaign goal within sight (China Daily)
  • Crackdown on human traffickers reveals ‘Vietnamese bride’ trade (Global Times)
  • China's Hui Muslims fearful Chinese New Year education ban a sign of curbs to come (Reuters)
  • The Year of Dog is barking at the door (Xinhua)
  • China's Spring Festival Gala is (still) not open to criticism (SupChina)
  • The death of a Chinese flu patient reminds China’s middle class their lives hinge on personal connections (Quartz)
  • China's dystopian tech could be contagious (The Atlantic)
  • Militaire zaken

  • Duterte wants to create 'balance' by sending troops to China for training (South China Morning Post)
  • Chinese task force has left Indian Ocean: Defense sources (Asia Times)
  • China upgrades airspace defense in west to counter threat from India: military specialist (Global Times)
  • Maldives crisis: China sends a naval task force to muscle India, Australia out of power game (News Corp Australia Network)
  • Afghanistan denies China is building military base in Badakhshan (afghanistantimes.af)
  • China reiterates non-first-use principle of nuclear weapon (Xinhua)
  • These Chinese military innovations threaten US superiority, experts say (NBC News)
  • China will soon have air power rivalling the West's (The Economist)
  • Chinese-built military training centre opens in Tanzania (defenceweb.co.za)
  • Are China’s border incursions in India only an exercise in paranoia? (Asia Times)
  • Cultuur

  • China's cultural exports hit $90 billion in 2017: Ministry of Commerce (People's Daily Online)
  • Two poets' war of words shows China's yawning generation gap (Sixth Tone)
  • The man with the key is not here (China Heritage)
  • Hao Jingfang: China's award-winning science fiction writer
  • China's fledgling hip-hop culture faces official crackdown (BBC)
  • The eagle-eyed vigilantes defending the Chinese language (Sixth Tone)
  • Video: the earliest films ever made in China (Channel News Asia)
  • China's book sales up 14.55 pct in 2017 (Xinhua)
  • The biggest taboo’: An Interview with Qiu Zhijie (The New York Review of Books)
  • Kim warns US that 'nuclear launch button is on his desk' (Asia Times)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • Tencent among top 5 innovation firms (China Daily)
  • China leads global race for 5G networks, becomes major contributor to standards for emerging services (Global Times)
  • Tencent tops Chinese leaderboard on global innovator list (Caixin)
  • Doctors in China lead race to treat cancer by editing genes (NPR)
  • China's leap forward in science (Walta Info)
  • Academics protest China's censorship requests (The Scientist)
  • Meet five Chinese start-ups pushing facial recognition technology into the mainstream (South China Morning Post)
  • China’s great leap forward in science (The Observer)
  • China's growing innovation capacity to play bigger role in global health: Bill Gates (Xinhuanet.com)
  • R&D spending accelerates (Trivium)
  • Milieu

  • Blue-sky thinking: how China's crackdown on pollution is paying off (The Guardian)
  • China bets on donkey breeding to curb Africa imports (Financial Times)
  • Huge areas to be off-limits to economic development (Reuters)
  • Energy efficiency key for China’s ecological goals (Global Times)
  • Consequences of waste import ban (Trivium)
  • Officials will do anything to hit environmental targets (Trivium)
  • Theresa May presses Xi Jinping on plastic waste at Beijing talks (The Guardian)
  • China adds more solar than thermal power (CGTN)
  • China's emissions: more than US plus Europe, and still rising (The New York Times)
  • Olielek is potentiële doodsteek voor het getergde ecosysteem van de Oost-Chinese Zee (de Volkskrant)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Who killed more: Hitler, Stalin, or Mao? (New York Review of Books)
  • Shanghai van hits 18 pedestrians outside Starbucks (BBC)
  • Burning oil tanker 'sinks off China' after one week (BBC)
  • China tanker fire: Bodies found as Sanchi still burns (BBC)
  • Burning tanker off Chinese coast 'in danger of exploding' (BBC)
  • Entire crew of 32 missing after Iranian tanker collides in East China Sea (Agencies)
  • Tanker and ship collision near Shanghai leaves 32 missing (BBC)
  • Seven killed after minibus falls into sea in east China (Xinhua)
  • Chinese rooftop climber dies in 62-storey fall (BBC)
  • China explosion: Ningbo port city rocked by major blast (BBC)
  • Schandalen

  • 'A very scary movie': how China snatched Gui Minhai on the 11.10 train to Beijing (The Guardian)
  • Mensenrechtenadvocaat Wang Quanzhang opgepakt tijdens mensenjacht (Amnesty International)
  • Black lives China comments on 'Africa' sketch In CCTV Gala (SupChina)
  • China offers to send experts to repair vandalized terracotta warrior statue in US (Global Times)
  • Chinese police snatch a Swedish publisher and parade him on TV (The Economist)
  • With blackface and monkey suit, Chinese gala on Africa causes uproar (The New York Times)
  • 'I was locked inside a steel cage’: Peter Humphrey on his life inside a Chinese prison (Financial Times)
  • Lunar New Year: Chinese TV gala includes 'racist blackface' sketch (BBC)
  • Heathrow duty free Chinese discrimination 'unacceptable' (BBC)
  • Detained bookseller Gui Minhai slams Sweden for 'hyping up case' for political reasons (People's Daily Online)
  • Sport

  • Project 2022: China building winter sports culture from scratch (Axios China)
  • First rule of Chinese fight club: no karaoke (The New York Times)
  • Can China save face on the slopes and join the alpine aristocracy? (China Policy Institute)
  • Li Haotong, China's best male golfer, is putting the world on notice (SupChina)
  • China to build 30,000 additional schools emphasizing soccer training by 2025 (China Plus)
  • Manchester United are China's most popular digital team (BBC)
  • Ways in which Chinese football teams circumvent every rule (SupChina)
  • After years of big spending, Chinese soccer goes quiet (AP)
  • Impoverished northwest village has 13 soccer teams, sends players overseas (Global Times)
  • China to hold first International Intelligent Sports Conference in 2018 (Xinhua)
  • Taiwan

  • China's United Front strategy and Taiwan (Taiwan Insight)
  • Death toll from Taiwan earthquake rises to 15 (Xinhua)
  • Can the Asia crisis expand, first North Korea then Taiwan? (Settimana News)
  • Don't squeeze Taiwan (Brookings)
  • 6.4-magnitude earthquake In Taiwan (SupChina)
  • US law will upset one-China principle (Global Times)
  • Biggest potential flash point in East Asia is Taiwan (Trivium)
  • Chinese flights scrapped in Taiwan row (BBC)
  • Mainland group slams Taiwan’s decision to block cross-Straits flights (Global Times)
  • US arms on way to Taiwan, including Stinger missiles (Asia Times)
  • Hongkong

  • Joshua Wong wants Hong Kong to be famous for democracy, not Jackie Chan and dim sum (Newsweek)
  • Hong Kong Catholics step up opposition to Vatican deal with Beijing (Reuters)
  • 18 killed, 47 injured after double-decker crashes in Hong Kong
  • Hongkong is op zoek naar een identiteit (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Officials in Hong Kong find new ways to stop separatists getting elected (The Economist)
  • Appeal ruling for Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong could have 'chilling effect' on social activism (South China Morning Post)
  • Hong Kong activists have jail sentences overturned (The Guardian)
  • Enemy of the state? Agnes Chow, the 21-year-old activist who has China worried (The Guardian)
  • Joshua Wong: The UK promised us Hong Kong would never walk alone - Theresa May has to keep that promise (The Guardian)
  • Chris Patten urges PM May to raise Hong Kong plight on China visit (The Guardian)
  • Macau

  • Lost language: how Macau gambled away its past (The Guardian)
  • 26 elected as new legislators of China's Macao: preliminary results (Xinhua)
  • Why Macau is less demanding of democracy than Hong Kong (The Economist)
  • Macau enlists Chinese army as authorities struggle with typhoon fallout (Reuters)
  • Macau former chief prosecutor sentenced to 21 years in prison (Xinhua)
  • Macau legislators at China's parliament ask Kim Jong Who? (Reuters)
  • Significant development since Macao's return to China (CCTV)
  • Macau's former chief prosecutor charged with nearly 2,000 crimes (BBC)
  • Adelson settles lawsuit with ex-head of China casino unit
  • The casino city where staff keep disappearing
  • Tibet

  • Yokhang, sacred Tibetan monastery in Lhasa, hit by fire (BBC)
  • Police asks Tibetans for Dalai Lama tips (Global Times)
  • Impoverished southern Xinjiang residents relocated to boost stability (Global Times)
  • In memory of Elliot Sperling: A 2014 Interview with the American Tibet Scholar (China Change)
  • Tibetan plateau has good reasons to take toilet revolution seriously (Xinhua)
  • Marriott sacks employee who ‘liked’ Twitter post from Tibet independence group (South China Morning Post)
  • Marriott apologises to China over Tibet and Taiwan error (The Guardian)
  • Chinese authorities investigate Marriott questionnaire incident on Tibet, Taiwan (Xinhua)
  • How China used a NY Times documentary as evidence against its subject, Tibetan herder turned shopkeeper Tashi Wangchuk (The New York Times)
  • Hyping ‘suppression theory’ misses the reality in Tibet: expert (Global Times)
  • Xinjiang

  • China wants Uyghurs from Malaysia: report (Global Times)
  • US forces in Afghanistan attack islamic anti-China militants (Agencies)
  • Chinese netizens slam self-proclaimed Muslim for ‘spreading extremist thoughts’ (Global Times)
  • China's Muslim minority sent to political education camps amid allegations of gross human rights violations (Newsweek)
  • What it's like to live in a surveillance state (The New York Times)
  • Xinjiang to be a key focus of revised religious regulation (Global Times)
  • Xinjiang told to tighten borders in battle against terrorism (China Daily)
  • China's Xinjiang to build 'Great Wall' to protect border: governor (Reuters)
  • Around 120,000 Uyghurs detained for political re-education in Xinjiang's Kashgar prefecture (Radio Free Asia)
  • Chinese authorities arrest Xinjiang intellectual amid crackdown on prominent Uyghurs (Radio Free Asia)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • China approves coal mine project in Inner Mongolia (Xinhua)
  • China builds Mongolian language database with cloud computing (Xinhua)
  • 800 years after Genghis Khan, Chinese Mongolians forge new prosperity (Xinhua)
  • Southern Mongolia: Peaceful protesters met with violence by Chinese government (Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization)
  • Southern Mongolia: Herder community activist to be prosecuted for statements on land rights (Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization)
  • Southern Mongolia: Four herdsmen arrested for online petition over unpaid subsidies (Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization)
  • Incredible photos show Inner Mongolian labourers battling brutal conditions (Daily Mail)
  • Ethnic Mongolian activist detained after tweet about land dispute (Radio Free Asia)
  • Parents protest curbs on Mongolian language teaching in Chinese schools (Radio Free Asia)
  • World's longest desert highway starts operation (CCTV.com)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Lunar New Year: Who owns the 'lucky money' in a red envelope? (BBC)
  • Man allegedly uses friend's phone to give $2,520 in red envelopes - to himself (Caixin)
  • China vows to crack down on funeral strippers (The Independent)
  • Liu Wen: China supermodel's new year message sparks row (BBC)
  • 85 people jailed in China for selling fake cure for baldness (Press Trust of India)
  • What bad air? Hunan officials use mist cannons to fool pollution meters (Caixin)
  • Travel Frog: The cute Japanese game that has China hooked (BBC)
  • 'Unsolvable' exam question leaves Chinese students flummoxed (BBC)
  • Chinese hotel cleaners using toilet brush to clean cups and basins spark outrage (Newsweek)
  • Ten of millions in cash hidden between walls, netizens go bonkers (Shine)
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     China en de wereldcrisis
     Economie - Nationaal
     Economie - Internationaal
     Internationale Relaties
     China - Verenigde Staten
     China - Europa
     China - Nederland
     Politiek
     Maatschappij
     Militaire zaken
     Cultuur
     Wetenschap en Onderwijs
     Milieu
     Rampen en ongelukken
     Schandalen
     Sport
     Taiwan
     Hongkong
     Macau
     Tibet
     Xinjiang
     Binnen-Mongolie
     Een lach en een traan