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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • As Russia raises nuclear specter in Ukraine, China looks the other way (CNN)
  • China calls for 'ceasefire through dialogue' after Putin address (Al Jazeera)
  • Russia asks SCO & BRICS countries to verify Donbass referendums (Silk Road Briefing)
  • Xi and Modi 'not standing with Putin' over war in Ukraine, analysts say (FT)
  • China's future will reflect Russia's (Project Syndicate)
  • President Xi Jinping Meets with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of Türkiye (un.china-mission.gov.cn)
  • Putin-Xi Jinping summit: 'China is playing cunning' (Italian Post)
  • Anger among MPs as Chinese vice-president Wang Qishan to attend Queen's funeral (The Guardian)
  • The China-Russia alliance is pushing Ukraine toward Taiwan (The Washington Post)
  • Xi to Central Asia to build a new Cold War bloc (Asia Times)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Huawei's next move and China's chip worker conundrum (FT)
  • China's rulers seem resigned to a slowing economy (The Economist)
  • China's slow-motion financial crisis is unfolding as expected (CSIS)
  • China's electric vehicle stocks hit the curb (FT)
  • China EV maker Leapmotor seeks $1bn in Hong Kong's biggest IPO of 2022 (FT)
  • Chinese buyers snap up luxury homes as 'hard currency' in soft property market (Reuters)
  • 1 in 5 of China's urban youth are unemployed. That's a huge headache for Xi Jinping (CNN)
  • China's factories accelerate robotics push as workforce shrinks (WSJ)
  • China's local government financing vehicles go on land-buying spree (FT)
  • China households could cut property assets in $18 trillion shift (Bloomberg)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Cambodia not quite yet in a China debt trap (Asia Times)
  • Ecuador and China reach $1.4bn debt deal (China Economic Review)
  • China to Latin America: All your fish belong to us (The Manila Times)
  • India's lending to Sri Lanka proves critics of China’s loans wrong (Global Times)
  • Chinese weakness a cause for global concern (Asia Times)
  • China contributes over 30 pct to world economic growth in 2013-2021 (Xinhua)
  • How big an international investor is China? (YiCai)
  • Chinese firms upbeat on trade with Kazakhstan, expect new high this year amid closer ties (Global Times)
  • China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan railway to open 'southern Eurasia corridor,' facilitates BRI cooperation with Central Asia: analysts (Global Times)
  • China moves to shut out foreign medical equipment makers ($Nikkei)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Former adviser sees influence by Chinese President Xi Jinping in Putin's recent decisions (DW)
  • Some progress in the border dispute between China and India (The Economist)
  • Does China have designs on Siberia? (The Hill)
  • How China hijacks the global media (Bitter Winter)
  • As Putin escalates Ukraine war, China stands awkwardly by him (Reuters)
  • SCO summit did not show what you think it showed: China did not rebuke Russia (Asia Times)
  • Marcos hat in hand in US while keeping China close (Asia Times)
  • Wang Yi briefs on positive outcomes of China's implementation of the Global Development Initiative (se.china-embassy.gov.cn)
  • Ukrainian MP: 'China is not our friend' (Axios China)
  • Ecuador's president on balancing the US and China (Axios)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Was China a factor in US$450 million US-Pakistan F-16 deal, or is it all about airspace access? (SCMP)
  • Wang Yi expounds on China-US peaceful coexistence (us.china-embassy.gov.cn)
  • US steps up diplomatic efforts with China on Taiwan, Russia (AP)
  • Pointed at China, US spreads THAAD all around Guam (Asia Times)
  • FM Wang Yi: The right way for China and the United States  to get along in the new era (hk.ocmfa.gov.cn)
  • Scientists at America's top nuclear lab were recruited by China to design missiles and drones, report says (NBC News)
  • US must alter course in how it deals with China or face inevitable conflict, foreign minister says ($SCMP)
  • China decoupling could shoot Pentagon in the foot (Asia Times)
  • Chinese FM meets with former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (Xinhua)
  • European demand for Chinese solar panels soars as Russia withholds natural gas ($Caixin)
  • China - Europa

  • Airbus wins $4.8 billion China jet order in blow to Boeing ($Bloomberg)
  • China appreciates France's opposition to 'new Cold War': Chinese FM (Xinhua)
  • Chinese envoys help plan likely visits to Beijing by French and German leaders​ (SCMP)
  • China losing appeal for European firms (China Economic Rview)
  • Europe turns on China (Axios)
  • Europe lags China in race for electric car supply chain (FT)
  • President Xi Jinping's special representative Wang Qishan attends the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II (eu.china-mission.gov.cn)
  • Chinese Vice President's attendance at Queen's funeral 'a positive signal' for China-UK relations (Global Times)
  • Beijing-backed Chinese language schools in UK to be replaced with teachers from Taiwan (The Guardian)
  • British fury over China attending Queen Elizabeth II's funeral: 'An insult' (Newsweek)
  • China - Nederland

  • Li Keqiang holds virtual meeting with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (us.china-embassy.gov.cn)
  • Dutch carmaker Stellantis and state-owned Guangzhou Auto go their own ways ($Caixin)
  • China's court orders Dutch collector to return lost Buddhist statue with a mummified monk (Shine)
  • Dutch confirm talks with US on chipmaking-gear ban on China (Bloomberg)
  • VU stopt met omstreden onderzoekscentrum dat met Chinees geld werd gefinancierd ($$de Volkskrant)
  • China, Netherlands vow to deepen practical cooperation (Xinhua)
  • ASML onaangetast door oplaaiende techoorlog tussen VS en China (FD)
  • Give up the blood-soaked trade with China! An openletter to Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (Bitter Winter)
  • Dutch tech company Philips pledges long-term commitment to Chinese market (Xinhua)
  • Hoe China de stroomschakelaar van de wereld wordt ($de Volkskrant)
  • Politiek

  • Hui mosques and cemeteries 'sinicized' in Qinghai, Yunnan, Beijing, and Shanghai (Bitter Winter)
  • The growing representation of university administrators on the Central Committee (China-US Focus)
  • The alternate history of China (Foreign Affairs)
  • Chinese 'political clique' leader Sun Lijun faces life in jail for corruption as law enforcement purge winds down (SCMP)
  • CPC makes steady strides in advancing law-based governance (Xinhua)
  • China's 'Lipstick King' returns to live-streaming show after mysterious three-month disappearance (CNN)
  • Wang Yang meets new leadership of China Islamic Association (Xinhua)
  • 'Xi Jinping' by Stefan Aust and Adrian Geiges; 'China After Mao' by Frank Dikötter – power and how to keep it (The Guardian)
  • China's top police chief warns law enforcement to stay alert to risk of 'colour revolution' ahead of major Communist Party gathering (SCMP)
  • Xi rose to power on his anti-corruption drive, but the fight's grown more political – and it's far from over (SCMP)
  • Maatschappij

  • Temple excursions booming among Chinese youth ($The China Project)
  • China launches campaign to address problems of excessive bride price, extravagant wedding ceremonies (Global Times)
  • Reforms to China's hukou system will not help migrants much ($The Economist)
  • Stigma against Alzheimer's delays early diagnosis in China (Sixth Tone)
  • Tencent chooses health over wealth in gaming return (FT)
  • 'I should eat more vegetables': living with diabetes in rural China (The Guardian)
  • The urban-rural divide hampering China's efforts to cut smoking (The Guardian)
  • Chinas hidden epidemics: the preventable diseases that could reshape a nation (The Guardian)
  • How China's insurance industry is slowly opening to the sick ($Caixin)
  • House church Changchun Sunshine Reformed Church banned in Jilin (Bitter Winter)
  • Militaire zaken

  • India's light tanks designed for mountain war with China (Asia Times)
  • China's supersized drone subs shrouded in mystery (Asia Times)
  • Rightsizing Chinese military lessons from Ukraine (National Defense University Press)
  • Here's what makes the Chengdu J-20 China's mightiest and fastest fighter jet (HotCars)
  • Indian and Chinese troops pull back from disputed Himalayan border area (The Guardian, agencies)
  • India is running out of weapons to deter China due to Modi order (Bloomberg)
  • China faces dilemma over military ties with Russia: move closer or start to back off? (SCMP)
  • India launches new aircraft carrier as China concerns grow (AP)
  • Be wary of Western flattery to turn the commissioning of India’s aircraft carrier into a military event against China (Global Times)
  • Chinese, Russian vessels join drills to uphold post-WWII global order (Global Times)
  • Cultuur

  • 'While the Wall is standing, we’ll be here': Catching up with Great Wall conservationist William Lindesay ($The China Project)
  • 'One Second' review – Zhang Yimou's censored love letter to cinema reels you in (The Guardian)
  • China bolsters law on cultural relic theft and destruction ($Caixin)
  • Operation Hanging Scroll: China's wartime race to save the treasures of the Forbidden City (Literary Review)
  • China's national archives open in Beijing (Xinhua)
  • Actress Qin Yi has died aged 100 (The Guardian)
  • Gallery: New terracotta artifacts unearthed (Caixin)
  • New book highlights a 'golden era' for Chinese indie film (Axios)
  • Daring, informative – but not universal (TLS)
  • Why this Chinese artist is outselling Van Gogh (CNN)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China's discovery of lunar mineral could add to fuller view of the moon (NYT)
  • Shanghai confirms 14-nm chips being mass produced now (Global Times)
  • China plans three missions to the Moon after discovering a new lunar mineral that may be a future energy source (Business Insider)
  • China hopes 'whole-nation' scheme can close tech gap (Asia Times)
  • Record numbers apply for China's teachers exam amid bleak job market ($Caixin)
  • China's spending on R&D expected to reach new high in 2023 (Ecns.cn)
  • China plans to launch flying taxis by 2025 ($Asia Times)
  • Podcast: Strengths and weaknesses of China's national human capital development (Brookings)
  • China eases visa rules for international students (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China aims to dominate the future of robots (Asia Times)
  • Milieu

  • China has enough coal reserves to last another five decades (Bloomberg)
  • China lost its Yangtze River dolphin. Climate change is coming for other species next (CNN)
  • China doubles down on coal as energy crunch bites (AFP)
  • New railway connecting China, Mongolia launched to boost coal trade (Global Times)
  • What my family and I saw when we were trapped in China's heat wave ($NYT)
  • China experiences hottest summer since 1961 (Xinhua)
  • Renewables: When the ship comes in (Trivium China, Net Zero Weekly)
  • China's energy and climate planning: Time is the enemy – but there is a good near-term solution (Trivium China, Net Zero Weekly)
  • China drought highlights economic damage wrought by global warming (FT)
  • China's energy crisis pushes shift from green to coal (Asia Times)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Nieuwe kritiek op Chinees zerocovidbeleid na 27 doden bij ongeluk met quarantainebus ($de Volkskrant)
  • China Covid: Quarantine bus crash kills 27 and injures 20 (BBC)
  • 27 dead, 20 injured in China after bus taking people to Covid-19 quarantine crashes (SCMP)
  • 27 killed, 20 injured in China bus accident (Xinhua)
  • Major fire breaks out at skyscraper in Changsha, China (AFP)
  • Death toll of 6.8-magnitude quake in China rises to 86 (Xinhua)
  • Historic site where Mao Zedong lived damaged after earthquake in Sichuan; emergency response launched for protection (Global Times)
  • 74 killed, 26 missing after 6.8-magnitude quake hits China's Sichuan (Xinhua)
  • Zero-Covid or lives? Deadly quake in China prompts disaster protocol for locked down Chengdu (SCMP)
  • China quake: Deadly tremor rocks Sichuan city in lockdown (BBC)
  • Schandalen

  • Ringleader of attack on women diners that shocked China sentenced to 24 years (CNN)
  • Chinese police detain 'godfather of film industry' over sexual abuse claims (The Guardian)
  • Fu Zhenghua: China's ex-justice minister jailed for corruption (BBC)
  • Cambodia scams: Lured and trapped into slavery in South East Asia (BBC)
  • Former Shanghai police chief receives life sentence for bribery (Xinhua)
  • Deadly bus crash in Guizhou province: when laws fail for policies (China Media Project)
  • Wang Xinmin: veteran Falun Gong prisoner sentenced again (Bitter Winter)
  • Local party chief arrested for alleged rape of a minor (Caixin)
  • Former chairman of China Life Insurance arrested for bribery (Xinhua)
  • Chinese social media platform WeChat warns users their likes, comments and histories are being sent to China (Radio Free Asia)
  • Sport

  • China probes defeat by Evergrande youth soccer staff (FT)
  • The damage from Pelosi's unwise Taiwan visit must be contained (The Washington Post Editorial)
  • De eerste wielercommentator van China ($de Volkskrant)
  • China's new law targets those protesting abroad against Chinese sport teams (Bitter Winter)
  • China warns US against 'dangerous' Taiwan policy overhaul (Newsweek)
  • Chinese football's woes worsen as Chongqing cease operations (Reuters)
  • Chinese tennis tournaments still excluded from WTA's schedule over Peng Shuai issue (Reuters)
  • Reopening in doubt as China withdraws from hosting 2023 soccer tournament (CNN)
  • China cites pandemic and withdraws as host of 2023 Asian Cup (AP)
  • Covid-19 in China: top-tier sporting events on hold in countdown to Communist Party's national congress (SCMP)
  • Taiwan

  • China says US sending 'dangerous signals' on Taiwan (Reuters)
  • The CCP's masculinity crisis (ChinaTalk)
  • Sporting diplomacy: World Cup Taiwan 2022 kicks off October (Taiwan News)
  • China clamps down on civilian drones near Taiwan's islands (Newsweek)
  • Taiwan rebuffs China's takeover plan as Xi Jinping eyes third term (Newsweek)
  • US bank chiefs warn of China exit if Taiwan is attacked (FT)
  • Biden's bullish rhetoric on Taiwan risks provoking China with no gain in security (The Guardian)
  • China willing to make effort for peaceful 'reunification' with Taiwan (Reuters)
  • PLA monitors US, Canadian warships sailing through Taiwan Straits (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Beijing may use Anti-Secession Law to seek Taiwan reunification, Chinese foreign minister says (SCMP)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong will scrap COVID hotel quarantine from Sept. 26 (Reuters)
  • Hong Kong journalist allowed to travel to UK after court grants bail (The Guardian)
  • The battle of the Hong Kong Alliance to keep memory of June 4th alive: a mini documentary (China Change)
  • Hong Kong to cut hotel quarantine as China shows suppoort (Bloomberg)
  • Queen Elizabeth II funeral: Hong Kong man who attended tribute detained (BBC)
  • HK’s Cardinal Zen in unholy morality row with China (Asia Times)
  • Head of Hong Kong journalist group Ronson Chan charged with obstructing police officers during reporting (HKFP)
  • Queen Elizabeth II: Hong Kong's grief sends message to Beijing (BBC)
  • Xi may enshrine his views on 'one country, two systems' principle for HK in Party's charter (SCMP)
  • Hong Kong: Five jailed in for 'seditious' children's books (BBC)
  • Macau

  • Macau to broaden reach of national security law in response to Pelosi's Taiwan trip (RFA)
  • Macau begins 11th round of mass testing in worst COVID outbreak (Reuters)
  • Macau shuts down casinos following Covid outbreak (BBC)
  • Macau businesses asked to suspend operation to curb COVID-19 (Xinhua)
  • Macao casino king Alvin Chau 'cheats' government of $1bn in taxes (Nikkei)
  • Macau's casino losses engulf gambling hub as no quick fix in sight (Reuters)
  • Policy changes make Macau's casinos a risky bet (Asia Times)
  • Why Asian gaming hub Macao is getting tougher on its big casinos (VOA)
  • Macao measures seen as attempt to head off Hong Kong-like crisis (VOA)
  • Macao casinos to close lucrative VIP rooms in wake of junket king’s arrest ($$Caixin)
  • Tibet

  • Tibetan police bought Thermo Fisher DNA equipment, Chinese government documents show (The Intercept)
  • Chinese police target Tibetans for DNA collection, reports allege (Axios)
  • China collecting DNA samples from across Tibet, says rights group (The Guardian)
  • Thousands of visitors to Tibet trapped by Covid test bungles ($Caixin)
  • Pairing assistance boosts Tibet's development (Xinhua)
  • Genocide in Tibet: the tragedy of Tibetan women (Bitter Winter)
  • Buddhist novice nuns deported back to Tibet for 'reeducation' (Bitter Winter)
  • Crackdown on Tibetan buddhism in Guangdong (Bitter Winter)
  • China relocates Tibetan residents in world's highest county for better life (Xinhua)
  • Chi Jie: death of Tibetan activist in jail confirmed after six years (Bitter Winter)
  • Xinjiang

  • Xinjiang's human rights achievements lauded (China Daily)
  • China ready for ‘fight’ over international action on Xinjiang human rights abuses (The Guardian)
  • Xinjiang seen as key to deepening SCO ties (China Daily)
  • The Bugur insurgents in Xinjiang: religious extremists or freedom fighters? (Bitter Winter)
  • West weighs calling for China Uyghur abuses inquiry at UN (The Guardian)
  • Famine in the Uyghur region: 'incident' or a new path to genocide? (Bitter Winter)
  • The battle behind the UN report on China's Xinjiang abuses (FT)
  • Xinjiang lockdown: Chinese censors drown out posts about food and medicine shortages (The Guardian)
  • UN members are considering action against China over its treatment of Uyghur Muslims, report says (Business Insider)
  • Minitrue: flood Weibo comments on Xinjiang prefecture's lockdown (China Digital Times)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • Chinese deprogrammer in Inner Mongolia honored by Xi Jinping (Bitter Winter)
  • 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)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Chinese park pleads for live chickens to stop tigers starving in lockdown (FT)
  • A Dutchman in Yunnan knows China well on bicycle (Xinhua)
  • Masked match (CNN)
  • The Guardian view on China's censors: the sense of an (acceptable) ending (The Guardian Editorial)
  • China punishes 27 people over 'tragically ugly' illustrations in maths textbook (The Guardian)
  • Covid in China: Fish tested amid Xiamen outbreak (BBC)
  • Sheila Sitalsing: Onze Chinese vakantieauto is gelukkig geen lijkkist op wielen maar heeft wel veel, heel veel, technische snufjes ($de Volkskrant)
  • Water robot saves drowning swimmer (chinadaily.com)
  • 'Ice-cream assassins': Chinese Communist Party's new public enemies (Bitter Winter)
  • China's alien-hunting telescope is finding wealth of mystery signals (Newsweek)
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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