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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • US, China tariffs could lower global GDP by 0.8% in 2020: IMF (Reuters)
  • 'Retake Hong Kong': A movement, a slogan and an identity crisis ($NYT)
  • The real reason Hong Kong’s violence is a problem for the government ($$The Washington Post)
  • Xi trumps Trump with just minor concessions (Asia Times)
  • US envoy decries lack of response from Islamic world to China's attacks on Uighurs (The Guardian)
  • Watch: Crazy 5G police chase ad, now showing in China (Radii China)
  • Next Hambantota? Welcome to the Chinese-funded US$1.4 billion Port City Colombo in Sri Lanka (SCMP)
  • Mike Pompeo urges Tories to ask: 'What would Thatcher do?', again calls on UK to resist Huawei’s efforts to gain access to 5G network (The Guardian)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Data dump – monthly econ stats (Trivium)
  • Government looks to stop interfering in markets (Trivium)
  • Slowdown in China's economy deepens (Seeking Alpha)
  • 'Very difficult' for China's economy to grow 6% or faster: Premier Li (Reuters)
  • Why soaring pork prices are a touchy problem for China’s leaders (SCMP)
  • China: Rust belt blues (Axios)
  • State Council looks to boost pork production (Trivium)
  • Soaring pork prices hog headlines and sow discontent in China ($$The Economist)
  • Soaring pork prices hog headlines and sow discontent in China ($$The Economist)
  • China's pork prices soar, adding to Beijing's troubles ($$NYT)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China, Japan seek closer economic partnership (Global Times)
  • Brazilian state of Minas Gerais signs $2.2 billion 'mega-dam' deal with Chinese miner: report (Reuters)
  • Brazil gaining from China’s revenge embargoes (Asia Times)
  • Crushing it: Argentine farmers cheer China soymeal deal while US growers fret (Reuters)
  • Huawei may sell its 5G technology to a Western buyer ($$The Economist)
  • Li Keqiang promises more opening to foreign companies (Trivium)
  • Meat imports surge to ease pressure from tight pork supply (Global Times)
  • China's August exports unexpectedly shrink as US shipments slump (Reuters)
  • In the race to dominate 5G, China has an edge ($$WSJ)
  • Xi vows to expand opening-up in a meet with Merkel (CGTN)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • The 'China hands' got China wrong, but listen to them now (Bloomberg)
  • Philippine telecom deal rings China alarm bells (Asia Times)
  • Media workshop for Belt and Road News Network journalists opens in Beijing (People's Daily Online)
  • Australia-China: Labor pursues Scott Morrison for denying 'Shanghai Sam' comment (The Guardian)
  • Ministry rules on South Pole (Global Times)
  • 'China achter hack Australische parlement' (ANP)
  • China can play more active role in mediating Japan-South Korea spat (Global Times)
  • South China Sea: Chinese pressure may drive ExxonMobil from Vietnam (Asia Times)
  • China welcomes DPRK-US dialogue resumption (Xinhua)
  • Religious policy in China before and after the Sino-Vatican agreement (AsiaNews)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Lawsuit alleges ex--professor targeted Chinese female students at University of Illinois (propublica.org)
  • US hawks' 'China threat' paranoia knows no bounds (Global Times)
  • Fearing 'spy trains,' Congress may ban a Chinese maker of subway cars ($$NYT)
  • Great-power competition is Washington's top priority - but not the public's ($$Foreign Affairs)
  • Trade tensions ease as China drops some pork and soybean tariffs ($$NYT)
  • US destroyer sails in disputed South China Sea amid trade talks (Reuters)
  • Tariff delay could help ease tensions (China Daily)
  • The pendulum of US-China relations is swinging again ($$The Washington Post)
  • China uses pork-chop diplomacy to end trade war (Asia Times)
  • Washington, Beijing lay ground for trade deal talks; China buys US soybeans
  • China - Europa

  • China loves European-style buildings, but not foreign concessions (CGTN)
  • China sees expanding China-Europe freight rail services (Xinhua)
  • Xi meets with German Chancellor Angela Merkel (Xinhua)
  • With a $2 billion factory from China, a German city lets others worry ($$NYT)
  • The Old World and the Middle Kingdom ($$Foreign Affairs)
  • European Chamber report on China’s corporate social credit system a wake-up call for European business in China (europeanchamber.com.cn)
  • Trump and Europe must make up and work together to confront China ($$The Washington Post)
  • Huawei boss: UK 'won't say no to us' over 5G rollout (The Guardian)
  • China urges UK to stop its interference in China's internal affairs (Xinhua)
  • Johnson's government 'would be very pro-China' (Xinhua)
  • China - Nederland

  • Oud-ambasssadeur Kronenburg: ‘China was voor mij een prachtig rondje van de zaak’ ($$FD)
  • Chinese toeristen moeten op de Veluwe het geld laten rollen – wat merkt de lokale ondernemer daarvan? ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Oeigoeren in Nederland klagen de Chinese overheid aan (nos.nl)
  • Philips rejigs plants in China to counter fallout from trade war (Bloomberg)
  • Summary and analysis on the Dutch China strategy (Dr2Consultants)
  • Chinese staat gebruikt Nederlandse emotieherkenningssoftware ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Groningen schoof onterecht tonnen meer publiek geld naar Chinese campus ($$FD)
  • Niemand vertrouwt Huawei, dus nationale veiligheid benaderd via een ‘landenneutrale' aanpak ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Alibaba wil Nederlandse ondernemers naar China halen ($$FD)
  • Nearly 6,000 fugitives return to China in past five years (Xinhua)
  • Politiek

  • Nation redoubles efforts to promote rule of law (China Daily)
  • Tiananmen Square Tank Man photographer Charlie Cole dies (BBC)
  • Dark clouds hover behind Xi’s big parade (Asia Times)
  • Internet regulators tighten up online environment (Trivium)
  • Using the past to legitimise the present: The portrayal of good governance in Chinese history textbooks ( Journal of Current Chinese Affairs)
  • What holds China together? ($$New York Review of Books)
  • Xi tells cadres to prepare for struggle (Trivium)
  • Bureaucratic strategies of coping with strongman rule: How local officials survive in President Xi Jinping’s new order (China Leadership Monitor)
  • The sinicization of Chinese religions under Xi Jinping (China Leadership Monitor)
  • China’s postmodern experiment (Inside Story)
  • Maatschappij

  • Feminism and social change in China: an interview with Lü Pin (China Change)
  • Instant noodle sales are skyrocketing, which could be bad news for China's economy (Shanghaiist)
  • Cultural event praying for harvest of tea held in Wuyishan, China's Fujian (Xinhua)
  • Cherished family values inspire nation to realize rejuvenation (Xinhua)
  • State Council looks to make sure the people are happy (Trivium)
  • Chinese netizens get privacy-conscious ($$The Economist)
  • Chinese netizens get privacy-conscious ($$The Economist)
  • The 'OK' hand gesture that's rattled China's authorities (BBC)
  • Facial recognition used to track down abducted children (China Daily)
  • The economic demography transition: is China's 'not rich, first dld' circumstance a barrier to growth? (Wiley Online Libary)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China, Russia pledge to deepen military cooperation (Xinhua)
  • US, ASEAN float together in the South China Sea (Asia Times)
  • US military in Asia, destroyed in hours: study (Asia Times)
  • Beijing urges better school military training (Global Times)
  • China to show off advanced nuclear weapons in National Day parade and 'send message to US about capabilities' (SCMP)
  • China may win fight 'before America can respond' in Pacific, report says (Newsweek)
  • US defence strategy in Indo-Pacific region faces 'unprecedented crisis' (The Guardian)
  • It’s time for a 'Quad' of coast guards (The Interpreter)
  • Why China can't target US aircraft carriers (Forbes)
  • Xi calls for new advances in veterans affairs (Xinhua)
  • Cultuur

  • Searching for home: Peng Ke's artificial landscapes (ChinaFile)
  • 'Germany is not an open society': Chinese artist Ai Weiwei on leaving Berlin (The Local)
  • Picasso show captivates Beijing, whose art scene hums as censors hover ($$NYT)
  • Beijing police evict two art districts to Prepare for demolition, citing ‘Unstable Factors’ and organized Crime
  • Xi sends letter to congratulate 70th anniversary of national writer, artist groups (Xinhua)
  • Chinese characters and the Meiji Restoration (Asia Times)
  • China trains 5,500 calligraphy teachers (CGTN)
  • Saving China's dialects? There's an app for that (Sixth Tone)
  • Box office slows, cinema seeks way forward (Shine)
  • As China’s movie industry slumps, executives debate its future ($$Caixin)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China's R&D input hits 2 trillion yuan for 2018 (Global Times)
  • Most Chinese students spend 10,000 yuan a year on extracurricular classes (Global Times)
  • A Chinese SpaceX? (SupChina)
  • China makes breakthrough in converting carbon dioxide into liquid fuels (China Plus)
  • 35% of China's schools are privately-run (Xinhua)
  • 'Foreign masters' at Chinese universities (SupChina)
  • Few things worry China’s elite more than getting their kids into Harvard ($$The Economist)
  • Government guideline to reshape China's education system (Xinhua)
  • Chinese universities form planetary science alliance (Chinese Academy of Scieces)
  • China’s top talent now wants to work for rising domestic tech stars, not big brand multinationals (SCMP)
  • Milieu

  • China's solid waste imports fall due to foreign garbage ban (Xinhua)
  • Beijing set to exit list of world's top 200 most-polluted cities: data (Reuters)
  • Belt and Road ‘risks Paris climate goals’ (AFP)
  • China must lead global effort against tiger trade (Asia Times)
  • Examining public concern about global warming and climate change in China (cambridge.org)
  • Tip-off from China led to massive ivory seizure in Singapore (Asia Times)
  • P.E.T. offers solution to plastic waste in China (Asia Times)
  • 'A sort of eco-dictatorship': Shanghai grapples with strict new recycling laws (The Guardian)
  • Wuhan protests: Incinerator plan sparks mass unrest (BBC)
  • In China, life and death by a river dammed (Institute of Current World Affairs)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • 17 missing after rock collapse in SW China (Xinhua)
  • Typhoon Lekima leaves 49 dead, 21 missing in China (Xinhua)
  • Typhoon Lekima: 18 dead and a million evacuated in China (BBC)
  • Death toll rises to 38 in southwest China landslide (Xinhua)
  • At least 30 killed and 15 missing after China landslide (BBC)
  • Death toll rises to 29 in Southwest China landslide (Xinhua)
  • Death toll rises to 20 in SW China landslide (Xinhua)
  • Xi urges all-out rescue after SW China landslide (Xinhua)
  • Zeker tien doden bij zware ontploffing in Chinese fabriek (Belga)
  • Floods affect nearly 20 million people in China (Xinhua)
  • Schandalen

  • From Beijing to Hampstead: how tale of HIV whistleblower rattled Chinese state (The Observer)
  • Imprisoned lawyer Wang Quanzhang's six-year-old son once again forced out of school (China Change)
  • Teenage brides trafficked to China reveal ordeal: 'Ma, I've been sold' ($$NYT)
  • One Child Nation: looking back at China's horrifying policy (The Guardian)
  • Li Yanxia: Chinese 'love mother' jailed for fraud (BBC)
  • Head of China Development Bank's Shandong branch commits suicide ($$Caixin)
  • Camsing fraud allegations spotlight supply-chain finance ($$Caixin)
  • Death of 'barefoot lawyer' puts focus on China's treatment of political prisoners (The Guardian)
  • Women, children and babies: human trafficking to China is on the rise (AsiaNews)
  • Former national science association official expelled from CPC, public office (Xinhua)
  • Sport

  • China publishes outline to build itself into leading sporting power (Xinhua)
  • Why the invasion of ‘socially conscious’ NBA coaches and stars in China may not be cause for worry (SCMP)
  • Chinese Football Association president vows to reform football in China (Asia Times)
  • China turns to World Cup foreign legion (Asia Times)
  • China to build 3,000 specialist football kindergartens (China Plus)
  • China names 24,126 schools specializing in youth football (Xinhua)
  • China names 24,126 schools specializing in youth football (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping's Taiwan policy and its impact on cross-strait relations (China Leadership Monitor)
  • Li Ke to be the first naturalized player in Chinese national soccer team (Xinhua)
  • Is naturalizing foreign players the cure for China’s ailing soccer development? (Global Times)
  • Taiwan

  • After F-16 deal, Taiwan aims to join RIMPAC 2020 (Asia Times)
  • The Bolton ouster: the view from Taiwan (Asia Times)
  • Solomons task force recommends switch from Taiwan to Beijing (Reuters)
  • US officials urge caution as Solomons considers cutting Taiwan link (Reuters)
  • Solomon Islands poised to switch allegiance from Taiwan to China (The Guardian)
  • Solomon Islands to cut ties with Taiwan (Trivium)
  • US should support Taiwan joining UN (Asia Times)
  • US should support Taiwan joining UN (Asia Times)
  • After F-16 sale, US navy ship stops in Taiwan (Asia Times)
  • Beijing accuses Taiwan as HK spirals into crisis (Asia Times)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong and consent of the governed (Asia Times)
  • Hong Kong protesters hurl gasoline bombs at government offices ($$NYT)
  • Facebook blocks HK media account (Global Times)
  • Hong Kong protests: Petrol bombs and water cannon used in clashes (BBC)
  • Hong Kong protesters march after call on UK to keep China in check (Reuters)
  • Glory to Hong Kong: How the protesters got a new song (BBC)
  • Hong Kong protests: fighting breaks out between rival camps amid singing and waving of Chinese flags (SCMP)
  • Sprayen tegen de persmuskieten in Hongkong ($$FD)
  • China worries about contagion from Hong Kong's protests ($$The Economist)
  • Hong Kong’s spirit of struggle (Inside Story)
  • Macau

  • State Council appoints new Macau leader (Trivium)
  • Why has Macao remained unscathed amid ongoing Hong Kong unrest? (CGTN)
  • Macau pro-democracy website suspends vote on universal suffrage after suspected cyberattacks from mainland China (SCMP)
  • Macau’s casino giant to shed image of family-run business (Asia Times)
  • Macau syndicate smuggled $4.4 billion out of China, police say (CNN)
  • Gambling hub Macau shrugs off China downturn with tourist surge (AFP)
  • Macau's gambling sector reports biggest revenue in four years ($$Caixin)
  • Xi wants the Mainland to swallow Macau (Trivium)
  • Multibillion-dollar Macau: a city of glitz and grit - photo essay (The Guardian)
  • Hong Kong and Macau students will face compulsory military training at top mainland Chinese university for first time (SCMP)
  • Tibet

  • A radical realist view of Tibetan buddhism at the Rubin (NY Review of Books)
  • Dalai Lama says sorry, but does it again (Asia Times)
  • China says its Panchen Lama made first trip outside country in May (Reuters)
  • China offers money to Tibetans to display portraits of Xi Jinping (RFA)
  • Dalai Lama lets slip how India vetoed his meeting with China’s leader in 2014 (The Observer)
  • Nepal probes journalists for Dalai Lama news amid fears of growing Chinese influence (AFP)
  • How the Dalai Lama negotiated the future of his nation in exile (OZY)
  • Mystery surrounds kidnapped Panchen Lama (Asia Times)
  • The Panchen Lama turns 30, 24 years after he disappeared (AsiaNews)
  • Tibetan-Canadian coalition 'appalled' by fake letter from Trudeau promoting pro-China group (The Star, Vancouver)
  • Xinjiang

  • China firmly opposes passage of Xinjiang-related bill by US Senate (Xinhua)
  • US will aim to persuade others to 'call out' China over Uighurs at UN: Pompeo (Reuters)
  • FM refutes Pompeo’s groundless accusations on Uygurs (Global Times)
  • China's prisons swell after deluge of arrests engulfs Muslims ($$NYT)
  • China: Free our parents from concentration camps ($$NYT)
  • China seeks to justify Xinjiang camps (Trivium)
  • Foreign firms operating in Xinjiang need to consider human rights - or risk being complicit ($$The Washington Post)
  • 'Xinjiang training center graduates eye bright future' (Global Times)
  • China’s sickening acts on female prisoners at ‘re-education’ camps (news.com.au)
  • Turkish reporters in Xinjiang dispel rumors and recognize China's de-radicalization work (Global Times)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • Former Inner Mongolia legislator sets record with $64 million in alleged bribes ($$Caixin)
  • Mine accident leaves 21 dead, 29 hurt in Inner Mongolia (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Within pain there is also hope (China Digital Times)
  • 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)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • 'Hong' and 'Kong' top Berlin panda name poll (BBC)
  • Human feces might cure depression: Chinese scientists (Global Times)
  • Chinese scholars debate alternative English name for China's 'dragon' (Global Time)
  • Versace zegt sorry tegen China voor T-shirt ($$FD)
  • Sichuan TV station broadcasts man's rising erect manhood (Global Times)
  • Chinese city's ban on 'Beijing bikinis' leaves men hot under collar (The Guardian)
  • Video: Elderly man saves woman, with lit cigarette in his mouth (Xinhua)
  • Chinese man escorted off plane after opening emergency exit (that's)
  • What's in a name? (Trivium)
  • Restaurant customers get discount if they can make owner laugh (Global Times)
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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