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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • Rivals in the scramble to be the world’s 21st-century superpower (The Observer)
  • Global economy faces $19tn corporate debt timebomb, warns IMF (The Guardian)
  • China's massive military parade shows Beijing is a missile superpower (The National Interest)
  • Australia's China-threat wave indicates a nation eager to play US pawn role (Global Times)
  • US, China tariffs could lower global GDP by 0.8% in 2020: IMF (Reuters)
  • 'Retake Hong Kong': A movement, a slogan and an identity crisis ($NYT)
  • The real reason Hong Kong’s violence is a problem for the government ($$The Washington Post)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Officials mull new cuts to steel capacity (Trivium China)
  • Some Chinese firms turn out to have lied about their state pedigree (The Economist)
  • China to accelerate approvals of projects for Greater Bay Area (Xinhua)
  • Stats bureau to clean up local stats (Trivium China)
  • China central bank injects 200 billion yuan to boost liquidity, keeps rate unchanged (Reuters)
  • Tales from the Crypto (Trivium China)
  • Tales from the Crypto (Trivium China)
  • China steps up efforts to ensure pork supply: official (Xinhua)
  • How blockchain will 'reshape' people’s lives (Asia Times)
  • Top bank regulators move to defuse jitters after two bank runs ($$Caixin)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China’s interest in Aramco part of a long game (Asia Times)
  • China lifts restrictions on US poultry imports (Xinhua)
  • Xi slams protectionism as China’s economy slumps (Asia Times)
  • China to invest billions in Brazilian port (Xinde Marine News)
  • Michael Bloomberg's China record shows why he can’t be president ($$The Washington Post)
  • Quarter of German firms in China plan to leave (AFP)
  • China builds on the Trans-Saharan dream (Asia Times)
  • A Chinese digital currency is the real threat, not Facebook's Libra (The Guardian)
  • China, Gandhi or RSS? The real reason India snubbed RCEP trade pact (SCMP)
  • China’s in, but, without India, is ‘world’s largest trade pact’, the RCEP, still such a big deal? (SCMP)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Xi Jinping's 'Proregress': Domestic moves toward a global China (Brookings)
  • Consensus issued after 4th meeting of World Media Summit presidium in Shanghai (Xinhua)
  • Former Australian PM Tony Abbott accuses China of bullying neighbours and warns of 'cold peace' (The Guardian) 19 nov 2019
  • China threatens Sweden after Gui Minhai wins free speech award (The Guardian)
  • Koude oorlog tussen de kokosnoten ($$FD)
  • China denies entry to Australian Liberal MPs Andrew Hastie and James Paterson (The Guardian)
  • China, Vietnam will never agree on South China Sea (Asia Times)
  • Xi at BRICS (Trivium China)
  • Tehran welcomes China's presence in Middle East (Al-Monitor)
  • Migrants' death yet again reveals Western bias against China (China Daily)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Growth of Chinese students studying in US slows to 1.7% amid visa worries ($$Caixin)
  • Beijing officials deny permit for show of Chinese-American artist amid political tensions (The Art Newspaper)
  • Liu He focuses on the coming tech war (Trivium China)
  • Is TikTok a threat to US national security? ($$The Washington (Post)
  • US carrots have failed to reform China. It’s time to use sticks ($$The Washington Post)
  • Decouple? Americans better learn what it means (Asia Times)
  • US, China should manage disagreements for world's future: Kissinger (Xinhua)
  • Trump can't let up on China now ($$The Washington Post)
  • Your semi-weekly painful trade war update (Trivium China)
  • Trump is focused on the China trade war when he should be concerned about space ($$The Washington Post)
  • China - Europa

  • China accuses Britain of taking sides on Hong Kong protests (The Guardian)
  • Europe is squeezed between a hungry China and surly US (The Guardian)
  • Reborn Piraeus Port testimony of China-Greece friendship, win-win BRI cooperation (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping comes to Greeks bearings gifts (The Guardian)
  • Greece, China sign 16 deals in sectors including energy (Bloomberg)
  • Czech-Chinese ties strained as Prague stands up to Beijing (NPR)
  • Macron, un émissaire européen ? (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • China-Greece BRI cooperation serves as model for EU countries (Xinhua)
  • Chinese president arrives in Greece for state visit (Xinhua)
  • Cooperation and exchanges between China and Greece (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China - Nederland

  • Honderden Chinezen veranderen identiteit bij gemeenten (NPO Radio 1)
  • Mayor Ying meets Dutch envoy to China (Shine)
  • De race naar de invoering van het 5G-netwerk: In lage frequentie op weg naar de toekomst ($$De Groen Amsterdammer)
  • Door Huawei simplistisch te boycotten, schiet Nederland zich in zijn eigen voet ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Roep om terughalen productie medicijnen - China domineert medicijnmarkt ($$FD)
  • Aantal Chinese bedrijven in Nederland in vijf jaar verdubbeld (nrc.nl)
  • Philips is het eerste Nederlandse slachtoffer van handelsconflict ($$FD)
  • Huiswerk voor Stef Blok, Kamer eist dat hij zijn China-strategie overdoet (Trouw)
  • Opening up to the Dutch (Shine)
  • Oud-ambasssadeur Kronenburg: ‘China was voor mij een prachtig rondje van de zaak’ ($$FD)
  • Politiek

  • China recommends 100 exhibitions for promoting core socialist values (Xinhua)
  • The Party gets serious about slandering heroes (Trivium China)
  • Party updates patriotic education for the internet age
  • Edward Snowden says autobiography has been censored in China (The Guardian)
  • Cadres set to get an education (Trivium China)
  • Portraits, statues of Mao and Xi replace deities in Temples (Bitter Winter)
  • Handbook on translation of Chinese political terms released in Beijing (China.org.cn)
  • Central and local officials don't see eye to eye (Trivium China)
  • Open, friendly and rich. Modern China can learn from ancient Emperor Taizong (SCMP)
  • National religious groups vow to implement spirit of key CPC session (Xinhua)
  • Maatschappij

  • China has over 170,000 elderly-care institutions, facilities: official (Xinhua)
  • Movie to tell story of Jews in Shanghai (Shine)
  • China specifies 24 goals of medical reform (Xinhua)
  • Internet crime crackdown leads to 60,000 arrests (China Daily)
  • China's diabetes epidemic in charts (CGTN)
  • China's internet is flowering. And it might be our future (NYT)
  • Homelessness has become a problem in China’s cities ($$The Economist)
  • Beijing plague patients were medically transferred from Inner Mongolia ($$Caixin)
  • 2 patients with pneumonic plague in China: 1 in critical condition, the other stable (CGTN)
  • No need to panic from plague: authorities (Global Times)
  • Militaire zaken

  • Crypto army: token rewards for Chinese soldiers (Asia Times)
  • Xi tells the military to obey the Party (Trivium China)
  • Is China exporting killer robots to Mideast? (Asia Times)
  • US and China racing to weaponize AI (Asia Times)
  • China's amphibious force emerges (Asia Times)
  • US faces sub dilemma in South China Sea (Asia Times)
  • More Chinese weaponry turning up in Mideast (Asia Times)
  • Impact of Sino-Russian military, energy ties (Asia Times)
  • China signs deal to 'lease' Pacific island in Solomons (Asia Times)
  • Malaysia needs to be ready for the worst in South China Sea: foreign minister (Reuters)
  • Cultuur

  • Rare bronze horse head returned to Yuanmingyuan (Ecns.cn)
  • Xi Jinping offers to help Greece retrieve contested Parthenon Marbles (CNN)
  • Xi Jinping offers to help Greece retrieve contested Parthenon Marbles (CNN)
  • Erlitou Relic Museum demystifies China's legendary first dynasty (Global Times)
  • Why Chinese rappers don’t fight the power (BBC)
  • China's booming industry eyes quality sci-fi writers (China Daily)
  • Chinese experts to help restore Notre Dame (Asia Times)
  • The Eastern Jesus (The NY Review of Books)
  • Is China's animation industry ready to take off? ($$Caixin)
  • Searching for home: Peng Ke's artificial landscapes (ChinaFile)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China ranks 1st in number of supercomputers (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Chinese scholarships for international students dwarf those for domestic peers (Caixin)
  • 'Pig face recognition' cleans up farms (Xinhua)
  • Why China will win the race for AI (Asia Times)
  • China officially launches 6G research and development (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • The Guardian view on academia and autocracies: stand firm
  • China rolls out 'one of the world's largest' 5G networks (BBC)
  • China expected to have 8.74 million college graduates in 2020: ministry (Xinhua)
  • China to embrace 600 million 5G subscribers by 2025: expert (Xinhua)
  • China's patent applications hit record 1.54 million in 2018 (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Milieu

  • China's largest dump fills up 20 years ahead of schedule (Sixth Tone)
  • China’s green irony: leader in both renewables and coal (Sci Dev Net)
  • The satellite images that help explain why Delhi's air remains toxic and Beijing’s is getting better ($$The Washington Post)
  • Why is India's pollution much worse than China's?
  • Rising sea levels to sink Shanghai, says study (SupChina)
  • How China could stop Brazil's ecological tragedy ($$NYT)
  • Pollution: New winter, new curtailment plan (Trivium China)
  • Beijing's new mega airport prompts biggest ever change in China's flight paths (China Travel News)
  • Air cleaner, but smog remains a problem, minister says (China Daily)
  • John Kerry: China and India must step up on climate change ($$The Washington Post)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • 15 killed in north China coal mine blast (Xinhua)
  • 54 injured in kindergarten acid attack (Shine)
  • Quarter of world's pig population 'to die of African swine fever' (The Guardian)
  • China's pig herd to recover in 2020 after African swine fever devastation: official (Reuters)
  • China road crash: at least 36 killed as coach hits truck (AFP)
  • 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)
  • Schandalen

  • China, UAE bust US$255 million fake goods ring (Asia Times)
  • Chinese government may have falsified organ donation numbers, study says (The Guardian)
  • Foreigner fired, ordered to leave China for racist comments (Shine)
  • Chinese diplomat had affairs and sold secrets (Asia Times)
  • Chinese primary school halts trial of device that monitors pupils' brainwaves (The Guardian)
  • Beijing activist faces indictment. The crime appears to be helping the aged mother of dissident Huang Qi (China Change)
  • China seeks joint efforts against human smuggling (China Daily)
  • Essex lorry deaths: Police begin removing the 39 bodies (BBC)
  • China-UK people trafficking often driven by debt, experts say (The Guardian)
  • Essex lorry deaths: 39 found dead were Chinese nationals (BBC)
  • Sport

  • Chengdu 'soccer village' changing lives (Xinhua)
  • Lippi resigns after China loses first World Cup qualifier (AP)
  • Brazilian boosts China's soccer (China Daily Global)
  • Fifa under fire after announcing China will host 24-team Club World Cup (The Guardian)
  • China identifies nearly 3,000 youth football specialist schools (Xinhua)
  • China’s football fans ask what it takes to become Chinese ($$The Economist)
  • Club Med, Fosun betting on 300 million skiers to catapult resorts (China Travel News)
  • Will NBA's downfall be CBA's windfall? (Global Times)
  • China defeat Netherlands 3-1, extending perfect record to nine wins at Women's Volleyball World Cup (Xinhua)
  • This English defender is China's latest naturalized footballer (that's China)
  • Taiwan

  • Big jets ready to airlift Taiwanese from HK: report (Asia Times)
  • The US and Taiwan embrace despite China’s objections, but will it last? (Pacific Forum)
  • Taiwan halts sales of three Huawei phones in wording row (AFP)
  • James Soong joins presidential race (Taipei Times)
  • Missing Taiwanese professor Shih Cheng-ping detained in mainland China over ‘threat to national security' (SCMP)
  • China says Taiwan scaremongering with attack talk (Reuters)
  • Taiwanese offered ‘less useful’ Chinese passports (Asia Times)
  • Beijing asks Chinese students to leave Taiwan before presidential election: report (Taiwan News)
  • Hong Kong bookseller Lam Wing-kee who fled to Taiwan says he’s ready to reopen in Taipei (SCMP)
  • Taiwan youth find careers and stronger sense of belonging in Greater Bay Area (Global Times)
  • Hongkong

  • Parents of besieged Hong Kong protesters come to the front lines ($$NYT)
  • Former UK consulate employee says Chinese secret police tortured him (WSJ)
  • Senate passes bill to support Hong Kong protesters, putting pressure on Trump ($$NYT)
  • Hong Kong has declared war against its young people (The Guardian)
  • More than 1,000 detained at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and a warning from Beijing ($$NYT)
  • China urges US to stop meddling in Hong Kong affairs (Xinhua)
  • China has wisdom to end violence, restore order in Hong Kong: world politicians (Xinhua)
  • Hong Kong's constitutional conundrum (Trivium China)
  • Hong Kong Polytechnic University: Protesters still inside as standoff continues (BBC)
  • Hong Kong courts have no power to rule on face mask ban, says China (TheGuardian)
  • Macau

  • Official: Hong Kong can learn from Macao approach (Global Times)
  • 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)
  • Tibet

  • China aims to build its own Yellowstone on Tibetan plateau (AP)
  • US urged to stop using Tibet-related issues to interfere in China's internal affairs (Xinhua)
  • Chinese NPC Tibetan delegation visits European Parliament (Xinhua)
  • 250,000 Tibetans relocated to new homes in anti-poverty fight (Xinhua)
  • China urges US to stop pushing Tibet-related bill (Xinhua)
  • 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)
  • Xinjiang

  • This is not dystopian fiction. This is China ($$NYT)
  • Chinezen halen alles uit de kast om Oeigoeren te onderdrukken, maar ook repressie blijkt mensenwerk ($$de Volkskrant)
  • The Xinjiang Papers (Trivium China)
  • China criticizes NYT's Xinjiang article, calls it 'deaf and blind' to facts (CGTN)
  • 'Show no mercy': leaked documents reveal details of China's mass Xinjiang detentions (The Guardian)
  • China could be holding as many as 'three million Uighurs' in camps, activists warn (SBS, Australia)
  • 'Absolutely no mercy': Leaked files expose how China organized mass detentions of Muslims (NYT)
  • Xinjiang authorities arrest prominent Uyghurs in public to instill fear (Radio Free Asia)
  • Researchers shed light on China's Uighur camps (AFP)
  • Uighur activists say China running hundreds more camps (Al Jazeera)
  • 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

  • 'Scary' glass bridges shut in Chinese province (BBC)
  • A 67-year-old woman has given birth in China (AFP)
  • The five reluctant hitmen of China: group jailed over botched contract killing (The Guardian)
  • Fire chickens and sea pigs: The artist bringing Chinese words to life (BBC)
  • Chinese university investigates claim many relics at new museum are fakes (SCMP)
  • Erasing Fan Bingbing (SupChina)
  • 'We good now China?' South Park creators issue mock apology after show reportedly censored (The Guardian)
  • Former Israeli journalist upholds news objectivity (China.org.cn)
  • 'Hong' and 'Kong' top Berlin panda name poll (BBC)
  • Human feces might cure depression: Chinese scientists (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