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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • China cites coronavirus on packaging, despite doubts abroad (AP)
  • China plans peace envoy for conflict-riven Horn of Africa (Reuters)
  • An end-of-year reflection on my disbarment (China Change)
  • 8 dead, 19 injured in trailer-bus crash in SW China (Xinhua)
  • American traitors: Academics working for China (Gatestone Institute)
  • Pakistan braces for a deep and wide US assault (Asia Times)
  • China needs Middle East oil to wean itself off coal (Asia Times)
  • 'Mourning needs no approval:' some democrats still defiant as 8 appear in court over banned Tiananmen Massacre vigil (HKFP)
  • Early warning brief: Factional strife intensifies as Xi strives to consolidate power (The Jamestown Foundation)
  • How Covid spread fear of globalisation and threatens a new world order (The Guardian)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China state planner to punish monopolies in internet platform industry (Reuters)
  • Net profits of China's centrally owned state firms up 29.8% y/y in 2021 (Reuters)
  • Tencent pursues quieter investment strategy amid China’s Big Tech crackdown (FT)
  • What we know about Evergrande's 'black-box' restructuring (FT)
  • Xi Jinping defends 'common prosperity' crackdowns (BBC)
  • Winter Olympics helps push China economy downhill (FT) 18 jan 2022
  • From 6G to big data, China is looking to boost tech's share of its economy (CNBC)
  • Het economische model van China is over de houdbaarheidsdatum heen, maar hervormingen blijven uit ($$de Volkskrant)
  • China's GDP growth slows as Covid restrictions and property woes hit demand (FT)
  • China tops forecasts with 8.1% growth in 2021 but headwinds loom (Reuters)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China's Xiaomi in tax evasion tussle in India (Asia Times)
  • China is essential to Apple's global money machine (SupChina)
  • China's economy is slowing, a worrying sign for the world (NYT)
  • Airbus and Boeing face new competition from China and Russia (Deutsche Welle)
  • China's slowing growth will have a global impact (FT)
  • China warns west against rapid interest rate rise (The Guardian)
  • Supply chain woes could worsen as China imposes new Covid lockdowns (NYT)
  • Xi's vision set to again boost global solidarity (China Daily)
  • 'Phase-II of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, flagship BRI project, much broader in scope' (Global Times)
  • China’s Covid fight may sicken global supply chains (Asia Times)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • South China Sea: Beijing changes strategy in pursuit of its territorial claims (AsiaNews)
  • High public support for China at home, low abroad (AsiaNews)
  • Eye on China, Indonesia launches naval spending spree (Asia Times)
  • Ex-Japanese leader Abe's Indo-Pacific vision is finally coming to life (Asia Times)
  • Mixed messages, new worries for China-India border feud (Asia Times)
  • Taliban ask China for help in getting international recognition (Bloomberg)
  • China won't 'bully' neighbours over South China Sea, foreign minister says (Reuters)
  • China and Iran since the 25-year agreement: the limits of cooperation (The Diplomat)
  • China-West tensions raise questions about limits of Beijing's influence at WTO, UN and World Bank (AP)
  • Why China won't tolerate instability in Kazakhstan (Asia Times)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Cybersecurity insiders warn of US attacks ahead of Beijing Winter Olympics (Global Times)
  • Biden could build a new world order through détente with Russia (Asia Times)
  • China's high-tech rise sharpens rivalry with the US (FT)
  • KFC faces regulatory heat after scalpers drive up price of limited-edition dolls (SupChina)
  • Chinese professor reflects on history of China-US relations in new book (Global Times)
  • China urges US to compensate victims of secret experiments (Xinhua)
  • Biden is running out of time to implement his China policy. First he must decide what it is (SCMP)
  • Russia, China holding mirror up to US, and it's not pretty (The Boston Globe)
  • Responding to Chinese diplomatic and economic aggression: Why on earth is the US attacking its best allies? (Gatestone Institute)
  • Russia is a natural friend; China is not (The Epoch Times, Probe International)
  • China - Europa

  • Security scanners across Europe tied to China government, military (AP)
  • Podcast: How MI5 uncovered a Chinese 'agent' in parliament (The Guardian)
  • Airbus to set up aircraft transition center in SW China (Xinhua)
  • China-EU trade, investment growing rapidly (China Daily)
  • Chinese premier pledges to promote steady, long-term development of China-Germany ties (Xinhua)
  • China: Buying up Europe (Gatestone Institute)
  • China looks to France for better EU ties amid tension over Lithuania, sanctions (SCMP)
  • MI5 warning on lawyer 'sends a clear message to China’s allies in UK' (The Guardian)
  • China denies interfering in UK politics after MI5 alert (BBC)
  • Lithuanian govt faces growing domestic opposition over anti-China policy (Global Times)
  • China - Nederland

  • Vrije Universiteit gaat Chinees geld voor mensenrechtenonderzoek terugstorten ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Podcast: China betaalt mensenrechtenonderzoek VU (NPO Radio 1)
  • Nederland stuurt geen regeringsdelegatie naar Olympische Spelen Beijing ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Hoe de bouw van de Chinese melkfabriek in Heerenveen een slagveld werd (FD)
  • Olympiërs met 'schone' laptops naar Peking: 'Zeer zeker dat toestel geïnfecteerd terugkomt' (AD)
  • Chinese ambassade: vrees voor cyberspionage bij Winterspelen ongegrond (RTL Nieuws)
  • 5 Mao fanatics jailed over articles 'smearing former Chinese leaders' (SCMP)
  • Chinese webwinkel Ochama opent winkels in Nederland (FD)
  • Olympiërs mogen laptops en telefoons niet meenemen naar Beijing uit angst voor surveillance ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Laten we ons toch maar aansluiten bij die halfzachte China-boycot ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Politiek

  • This is Mr. Xi's big year - and nothing better spoil it (ChinaDebate)
  • Chinese rights lawyer detained for 'inciting state subversion' (AFP)
  • Charismatic Buddhist monk Tenzin Delek Rinpoche: statue removed, relatives arrested (Bitter Winter)
  • China forced 2,500 'fugitives' back from overseas during pandemic, report finds (The Guardian)
  • Falun Gong's Xu Na sentenced again - to eight years (Bitter Winter)
  • Xi stresses safeguarding national security, social stability, peaceful lives (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping's job is safe but China's leadership is being shaken up (The Economist)
  • A friend of the Politburo (Project Brazen)
  • Farewell letters: a tribute to the civil society groups, bloggers, and media outlets we lost in 2021 (China Digital Times)
  • China's public security: To protect economy, crack down on illegal religion (Bitter Winter)
  • Maatschappij

  • Saarch of Beijing migrant worker (who caught) for son sparks outrage, sympathy (Reuters)
  • China's demographic dividends to end soon, expert warns (Reuters)
  • Printing money to make babies? (SupChina)
  • Beijing faces a demographic timebomb, with population growth at its lowest for six decades (The Guardian)
  • China's population continues to grow in 2021 (Xinhua)
  • China's births hit historic low, a political problem for Beijing (NYT)
  • China gaming crackdown: Tencent prompts young gamers to adhere to 14-hour playtime limit during four-week winter break (SCMP)
  • Church by Scheut missionaries in Chongli, near the Olympics slopes (AsiaNews)
  • China's population growth rate falls to 61-year low (The Guardian)
  • Chinese authorities urge people not to import goods over Omicron fears amid two year high for cases (The Guardian)
  • Militaire zaken

  • Trilateral naval drills between China, Russia and Iran start on Friday (Reuters)
  • Russia reveals it is discussing a joint naval exercise with Iran and China (SCMP)
  • The real deal behind selling supersonic cruise missile Brahmos to the Philippines (Asia Times)
  • Japan's Boeing super interceptor jet deal 'likely to anger China' (SCMP)
  • China, Russia and US in fifth-gen fighter export war (Asia Times)
  • Underwater drones herald sea change in Pacific warfare (Asia Times)
  • China’s nuke carrier coup de grace in Taiwan Strait
  • S.China Sea: Philippines' BrahMos cruise missile purchase takes another step forward (The Diplomat)
  • Xi story: An enduring bond with a hero soldier (Xinhua)
  • Australia and Japan to sign defense and security cooperation treaty (Reuters)
  • Cultuur

  • The surprising rise of Greek and Latin studies in China (SupChina)
  • Early man in China had biggest known brain of the time (Xinhua)
  • Chinese dialects in decline as government enforces Mandarin (The Guardian)
  • How the Chinese language got modernized (NY Review of Books)
  • Film: Ascension review – China's bizarre descent into capitalist excess (The Guardian)
  • Section of Great Wall collapses after 6.9 magnitude earthquake hits NW China (Global Times)
  • Horses and chariots uncovered in ancient tomb (CNN)
  • Chengdu wins bid to host world's top sci-fi event (China.org.cn)
  • Xi leads China in promoting socialist literature, art (Xinhua)
  • Deep underground, a Chinese miner discovered poetry in the toil (NYT)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China's education crackdown forces 'anxious' parents to consider immigration, foreign-study options for kids (SCMP)
  • China wants students working less. So it's asking teachers to do more (Sixth Tone)
  • Half of migrant workers' school-aged kids live away from parents, report says ($$Caixin)
  • Chinese startups failed to catch up to advanced chip makers (WSJ)
  • Fresh graduates in China flock to state firms ($$Caixin)
  • China's largest private education company laid off 60,000 employees after Beijing’s far-reaching crackdown (CNN)
  • China faces shortage of physical education teachers amid school exercise drive (The Guardian)
  • China and Russia team up to establish joint moon base (Asia Times)
  • Can China reinvent work and change society with vocational education? (SupChina)
  • Tons of messages of mouring poured out from China after news hit that sinologist Jonathan D. Spence died at age 85 (Global Times)
  • Milieu

  • China's coal production hit record levels in 2021 (The Guardian)
  • Are China’s provinces doing their bit to help hit national climate change goals? (SCMP)
  • Steelmakers need seismic change to keep up with China’s emissions plans, official says ($$Caixin)
  • China unveils plan to safeguard water security (Xinhua)
  • Study forecasts China investment of $75 trillion in carbon neutrality (Asia Times)
  • In overstroomde sponsstad Zhengzhou twijfelen inwoners niet aan de klimaatopwarming (FD)
  • China's 'artificial sun' hits new high in clean energy boost ($$SCMP)
  • China neemt eerste deel van grootste kolencentrale in aanbouw in gebruik (nu.nl)
  • China talks up 'green' Olympics but prepares to fight smog (Reuters)
  • CCP uses climate as a weapon to attack the world's economy (Probe International)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • China cites coronavirus on packaging, despite doubts abroad (AP)
  • China media say foreign parcels suspected in new infections (AP)
  • Beijing tightens rules for entering city after Omicron case Reuters)
  • Beijing reports one confirmed case of Omicron variant (CGTN)
  • Beijing reports its first locally transmitted Omicron variant case (The Guardian)
  • Shanghai confirms first Omicron infections (Shine)
  • Covid global report: Omicron alert in southern Chinese city bordering Macau (The Guardian, agencies)
  • Xian's Covid-19 chaos exposes dark side of China’s top-down governing approach (SCMP)
  • China has a 'zero-covid' policy. What happens when it meets omicron? ($$The Washington Post)
  • China suspends more flights over COVID-19, Shanghai curbs tours (Reuters)
  • Schandalen

  • More governments join Beijing Olympic boycott (Axios China)
  • Activist Yang Maodong told he could not visit dying wife is re-arrested (The Guardian)
  • In memory of Zhang Qing (China Change)
  • 'They treat me like dirt and tortured me': Australian activist on three years in Chinese prisons (The Guardian)
  • Successfully reeducated? Tennis star Peng Shuai and Uyghur professor Gulnar Obul (Bitter Winter)
  • How Brigham Health helped create a Chinese hospital for elites - and almost nobody came (The Boston Globe)
  • Wife of renowned China human rights leader died of cancer while CCP forbids visit (Probe International)
  • Chinese doctor charged for treating fever patient (BBC)
  • Corruption probe of China Life Insurance's chairman was no surprise, sources say ($$Caixin)
  • China destroys Buddha statue, Taliban style (National Review)
  • Sport

  • Protesting Winter Olympics athletes ‘face punishment’, suggests Beijing official (The Guardian)
  • Beijing 2022 official warns against violations of 'Olympic spirit' (Reuters)
  • Winter Olympics: Athletes advised to use burner phones in Beijing (BBC)
  • Security flaw found in smartphone app for Olympians in Beijing (The Globe and Mail)
  • Beijing 2022 Organizing Committee refutes media hypes on food safety, phone security (Global Times)
  • The US government is boycotting the Beijing Olympics over human rights. Coke and Airbnb are still on board (The Washington Post)
  • Exiled artist Ai Weiwei on Beijing Games (AP)
  • Can I buy Winter Olympic tickets?... No, here's why (that's Beijing)
  • Winter Olympics tickets will not be sold as China seeks to contain Covid (The Guardian)
  • China's snow industry output likely to reach 1 trillion yuan (Xinhua)
  • Taiwan

  • China 'shocked' by Slovenia's plans to allow Taiwan to open an office (SCMP)
  • 'We are Taiwanese': China's growing menace hardens island’s identity (NYT)
  • Taiwan to shore up Honduras ties, VP to attend inauguration (Reuters)
  • Slovenia to bolster trade ties with Taiwan, wading into row with China (Politico)
  • 'Only a matter of time' before Taiwan has no allies: Chinese vice foreign minister (SCMP)
  • TSMC raises the bar with record capital spending (Asia Times)
  • Taiwan pays $900,000 for ally Guatemala to lobby Washington (AP)
  • Taiwan: Textbook dilemma traps US, China in a war spiral (Asia Times)
  • Destroying Taiwan (Gatestone Institute)
  • Fear of war dips in Taiwan despite rise in US-China tensions over island (The Guardian)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong democracy activist Edward Leung released from prison (Reuters)
  • Hongkong laat tweeduizend knaagdieren afmaken vanwege gevaar dat ze covid overdragen op mensen ($$de Volkskrant)
  • A Hong Kong exile's manifesto for freedom (Axios China)
  • Hong Kong police charge two former aircrew over Covid rules (BBC)
  • 'Deep trouble': Cathay Pacific descends further as punitive pandemic worsens (The Guardian)
  • First Hong Kong activist jailed under national security law drops appeal in ‘surprise’ move (HK Free Press)
  • Frustration over COVID-19 restrictions in increasingly isolated Hong Kong (Reuters)
  • Hong Kong's own 'partygate' exposes territory’s tensions (FT)
  • Hong Kong: 'To this city, to that person' (China Change)
  • Hong Kong government denounces 'biased reporting' by the Economist (Reuters)
  • Macau

  • Macao casinos to close lucrative VIP rooms in wake of junket king’s arrest ($$Caixin)
  • China wants to turn Macau from a casino den into a tech base for the Greater Bay Area (SCMP)
  • Macau to appoint advisers on national security, prevents external interference risks in financial area (Global Times)
  • Suncity shuts VIP gaming rooms in Macau after CEO's arrest (Reuters)
  • Arrest of Macau's 'junket mogul' rattles the world's largest gambling hub (Reuters)
  • Macao police investigate Alvin Chau over cross-border gambling allegations (Global Times)
  • China holds Macau casinos as US bargaining chips (Asia Times)
  • Macau casino stocks shed $18bn as government seeks greater oversight (FT)
  • Macau election flop after 21 pro-democracy candidates excluded (AsiaNews)
  • Interview: Now Macau's pro-democracy politicians face a Hong Kong-style crackdown (HK Free Press)
  • Tibet

  • Average life expectancy in Tibet rises to 72.19 years (Xinhua)
  • Restrictions on religious activities continue in Tibet (Bitter Winter)
  • US has no role to play in China's Xizang affairs, as Washington appoints new 'Special Coordinator for Tibet' (Global Times)
  • China committing cultural genocide against Tibetan children (National Review)
  • Free Tibet to save South Asia: Tibet dams could devastate India (Probe International)
  • China’s Sichuan-Tibet rail project at full steam – with fans and ice as machines melt, workers wilt (SCMP)
  • Beijing continues campaign against Tibetan language (Asia Times)
  • Tibetan dissident Dhi Lhaden sentenced to 4 years in jail (Biter Winter)
  • Dalai Lama says prefers to stay in India since Taiwan-China relations 'delicate' (The Express Tribune)
  • Dalai Lama: Leaders in China 'don't understand the variety of different cultures' (The Hill)
  • Xinjiang

  • How a Kazakh critic of China became an asylum seeker in the Netherlands (Bitter Winter)
  • US lawmakers call for UN Uyghur rights report before China's Olympics (Reuters)
  • NBA's Warriors part-owner creates stir with remarks about the Uyghurs (CBS News)
  • Overseas Chinese students refute Xinjiang rumors (Xinhua)
  • China debunks Xinjiang-related lies fabricated by anti-China forces (China.org.cn)
  • China touts support from Gulf states for Uyghur treatment (AP)
  • What the Uyghur legal action in Turkey against CCP leaders means (Bitter Winter)
  • China's Xinjiang increases agricultural acreage (Xinhua)
  • Intel deletes mention of Xinjiang in letter after China backlash (Reuters)
  • Saudi Arabia: Imminent deportation of Uyghur detainees (Human Rights Watch)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • The not-so model minority: Xi Jinping's Mongolian crackdown (China Leadership Monitor)
  • Sweden stops deportation of Inner Mongolian dissident (Safeguard Defenders)
  • Top political advisor urges accelerated efforts in promoting Putonghua in N.China's Inner Mongolia (Global Times)
  • Wang Yang tours Inner Mongolia, says unity is more important than autonomy (Trivium China)
  • Xi Jinping tells authorities in Inner Mongolia to 'solve ethnic problems' and promote use of Mandarin (AFP)
  • Xi Jinping tells Inner Mongolia's NPC deputies to put Mandarin first in schools ($$SCMP)
  • Netizens shocked by high-profile corruption case in Inner Mongolia involving head of economic zone (Global Times)
  • Why critics are asking if Inner Mongolia is the next Tibet or Xinjiang (intellinews)
  • N.China's Inner Mongolia passes regulation to promote ethnic unity (Global Times)
  • Inner Mongolia requires ethnic schools to use standard Chinese language for certain subjects (Global Times)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Woman's diary goes viral as lockdown in China forces her to stay with blind date (The Guardian)
  • Israeli woman sues after unwittingly inspiring a sex doll made by a Chinese company (The Times of Israel)
  • Did Intel take China for a pushover persimmon? (SupChina)
  • MI6 chief thanks China for ‘free publicity’ after James Bond spoof (The Guardian)
  • Map drawn from memory helps reunite kidnapped Chinese man with family (BBC)
  • Chinese authorities break up arranged child marriage after teenage daughter calls police to report her own wedding (SCMP)
  • Influencer arrested after live-streaming faked suicide attempt (that's)
  • A game designer in Beijing bought toy guns. China imprisoned him (NYT)
  • Seven Beijing toilets that are worth a squat (the beijinger)
  • Lambda, Mu ... Omicron? Why the WHO skipped 'Nu' and 'Xi' to name latest coronavirus variant (SCMP)
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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