Laatste nieuws

  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • China hates to be engaged in trade war but will firmly defend national interests (Xinhua)
  • Trump's promises to Kim Jong-un leave US and allies scrambling ($$The New York Times)
  • Video: Trading bombs for beaches? Tracking North Korea's tourism plans (The New York Times)
  • This should have been the real headline of the Trump-Kim summit: 'US weakens its 70-year alliance with South Korea' ($$The Washington Post)
  • Podcast: What happened at the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore? (Brookings)
  • North Korea sanctions remain until complete denuclearisation, says US (BBC)
  • Q&A: Why Trump treats Iran differently to North Korea ($$Financial Times)
  • Trump sees end to North Korea threat despite unclear path forward ($$The New York Times)
  • Trump declares North Korea 'no longer a nuclear threat' (CNN)
  • Kim Jong Un has Donald Trump right where he wants him (Newsweek)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Truckers on strike and the structural contradictions of China's logistics industry (China Change)
  • Strike by lorry drivers paralyses Shandong and Shanxi (AsiaNews)
  • Local governments don’t believe the center will watch them go bankrupt (Trivium)
  • The government still can’t tame the property market (Trivium)
  • China takes wheel as true driver of global auto industry (Automotive News China)
  • Financial de-risking will continue (Trivium)
  • Xi: Build maritime economy (China Daily)
  • China's Achilles heel lies with property companies ($$Financial Times)
  • China makes breakthrough in mega-ship production (Xinhua)
  • China to launch $47 billion fund for investment in strategic, emerging industries: state planner (Reuter)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Just the fear of a trade war is straining the global economy ($$The New York Times)
  • Yuan-denominated crude futures make steady progress (China Daily)
  • China's ride-hailing giant Didi to launch in Australia (BBC)
  • China keeps opening. But it's all about making domestic players more competitive - not granting concessions to the West (Trivium)
  • Huawei denies being locked out of bidding to help build 5G network in Australia (The Guardian)
  • When it comes to making electric cars, there’s China and everyone else (Quartz)
  • China is hurting itself and the world by pretending it is poor (Bloomberg)
  • China to step up SCO investment (Global Times)
  • China, Russia fuse massive nuclear deal ($$Caixin)
  • China plans a global infrastructure power grab: digital Silk Road, global electricity grid (Axios)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Chinese TV series attract an international audience (Xinhua)
  • Construction work on China-funded stadium in Cambodia in full swing (Xinhua)
  • Turkey eyes stronger regional, global role with closer China ties (Global Times)
  • China is spending billions on its foreign-language media. Is it worth it? ($$The Economist)
  • China smells opportunity in the Middle East's crisis (Foreign Policy)
  • Political issues may hinder China-India oil alliance: experts (Global Times)
  • Expected Chinese evasion of US sanctions on Iran clouded by trade, diplomatic talks (Platts)
  • China's exceptionalism rewrites the Western political playbook (The Economist)
  • Australia cements Solomon Islands deal amid China influence debate (BBC)
  • Trump-Kim summit creates new anxieties for Asian allies ($$The New York Times)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Trump's tariffs will harm US businesses, international trade framework, experts warn (Xinhua)
  • US protectionism now has a price tag (China Daily)
  • Trade tariffs: Chinese media in Trump 'fools build walls' jibe (BBC)
  • US and China expand trade war as Beijing matches Trump's tariffs ($$The New York Times)
  • Chinese tariffs are already hitting Trump voters ($$The New York Times)
  • China decides to impose additional tariffs on 50 billion dollar of US imports (Xinhua)
  • China to impose 25% tariffs on US farm, auto products ($$The Wall Street Journal)
  • Trade fight squeezes US companies working in China ($$The Wall Street Journal)
  • China firmly opposes US tariff announcement (Xinhua)
  • White House announces tariffs on $50 billion of goods from China ($$The Wall Street Journal)
  • China - Europa

  • China's influence in Europe (China Digital Times)
  • EU, China continue cooperation on Iran nuke deal: EU spokesperson (Xinhua) 15 jun 2018
  • Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is going after Europe (CNN)
  • China, EU should work together for better globalization: envoy (Xinhua)
  • Chinese investment in UK property down 70 percent (China Daily)
  • EU takes a stand against China’s ‘technology violations (Asia Times)
  • 'Ook Europa krijgt meer te maken met de scherpe macht van China' (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Nation 'regrets' EU's complaint over IPR (Global Times)
  • China, EU vow to deepen strategic cooperation, safeguard multilateralism (Xinhua)
  • China’s investment in central and eastern European countries surpasses $9 billion (Global Times)
  • China - Nederland

  • ING hungry for slice of digital banking sector (China Daily)
  • Prof. Frank Pieke and Mikko Huotari new leaders of the Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS)
  • Wang Yi Meets with Minister of Foreign Affairs Stef Blok of the Netherlands (fi.china-embassy.org)
  • China, Netherlands willing to strengthen cooperation on B&R (Xinhua)
  • Chinese raket met Nederlandse apparatuur naar achterkant van de maan (NOS)
  • Chinese student moet meer gaan betalen (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Marietje Schaake over Chinese handelspolitiek: 'Het Westen wordt uitgespeeld' (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Nederlandse dirigent Harmen Cnossen brengt muzikale vrijheid aan Chinese musici (NPO)
  • Universiteiten van Leiden, Delft en Rotterdam willen toe naar gezamenlijke samenwerking met China (Universiteit Leiden)
  • Universiteit Wageningen verwacht onderzoekspark te ontwikkelen in China ($$Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Politiek

  • What Xi got up to in Shandong - The most persistent message: We must become strong, and technology is key(Trivium)
  • Book on Xi's journalistic thought (Xinhua)
  • People's Daily ♥︎ Xi Jinping (SupChina)
  • Film and TV censorship about to get even worse - memo (SupChina)
  • Video games banned from live-streaming, Tencent’s new game is spared (SupChina)
  • China's political meritocracy versus Western democracy ($$The Economist)
  • New wave of arrests and expulsions in China against Korean missionaries (AsiaNews)
  • China to honor standout contributors to reform, opening up (Xinhua)
  • China fires, probes top newspaper chief who 'opposed censorship' (Radio Free Asia)
  • Daddy dearest: The face of Mao Zedong is still everywhere. But now Xi Jinping is ready for his close-up (Topic)
  • Maatschappij

  • China launches campaign against pornographic web novels (Xinhua)
  • China playing key role in ending AIDS: UNAIDS chief (Xinhua)
  • China sees fewer newborns in 2017 despite expanding two-child coverage (Global Times)
  • China faces severe transplant organ shortage (People's Daily Online)
  • Didi's Hitch returns, but only for same-sex rides (SupChina)
  • Truck driver protests censored (SupChina)
  • China is finally ending the one-child policy. It can't happen soon enough (The Washington Post)
  • Almost all poor villages in China to access Internet by 2020 (Xinhua)
  • Online charity platforms attract 1 bln donators (Xinhua)
  • China moves to improve medical technology, quality (Xinhua)
  • Militaire zaken

  • Xi stresses building elite maritime force during navy inspection (Xinhua)
  • Chinese missile launchers reappear on disputed South China Sea island (CNN)
  • China hacked a Navy contractor and secured a trove of highly sensitive data on submarine warfare ($$The Washington Post)
  • France challenges China's dominance in South China Sea (Philstar)
  • China to promote military-civilian development of hydrogen technology (Xinhua)
  • China is expanding its military footprint in Africa (Quartz)
  • Beijing may have removed missiles from disputed South China Sea island (CNN)
  • Mischief in Malacca: The long reach of China's atoll bombers (Asia Times)
  • China's hypocritical stance on maritime militarization (Asia Times)
  • INDOPACOM, it is: US Pacific Command gets renamed (Military Times)
  • Cultuur

  • China to fine camping, cooking on Great Wall (Global Times)
  • China builds alliance to protect Great Wall (Xinhua)
  • 5,000-year-long Chinese civilization verified (Xinhua)
  • Before the revolution (New York Review of Books)
  • Can English remain the 'world's favourite' language? (BBC)
  • Archaeologist who uncovered China's 8,000-man terra cotta army dies at 82 (NPR)
  • China to use AI and drones to protect Great Wall (Xinhua)
  • Ai Weiwei's Little Blue Book on the refugee crisis (The New York Times)
  • Time-honored hutongs in Beijing restored to original beauty (Women of China)
  • Forbidden City to move an extra 130,000 antiquities underground for safekeeping (Global Times)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China's quantum radar to monitor high-speed aircraft from space (Global Times)
  • More overseas talent returns to China, many to senior positions (Global Times)
  • China takes the fast lane in self-driving auto race (Nikkei)
  • China takes new steps to lure science talent from abroad (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
  • Nature Index 2018: rise of Chinese research strength continues (Times Higher Education)
  • ZTE's near-collapse may be China's Sputnik moment ($$The New York Times)
  • China delivers parts for 'artificial sun' reactor (Global Times)
  • 11 Chinese universities enter global top 100 in latest QS rankings (Xinhua)
  • Essay topics of China’s university entrance exams: Would you pass the test? (People's Daily Online)
  • More Chinese students admitted into world's top universities (CGTN)
  • Milieu

  • Chinese firms with good environmental records to be exempted from output curbs (Reuters)
  • China is serious about combatting air pollution (Trivium)
  • China seizes 955,800 tonnes of foreign garbage in Jan-May (Xinhua)
  • Meet the scientist who may have unexpectedly solved China's smog problem (Radii)
  • How China is handling its environmental challenges (Xinhua)
  • Fund proposed to clean environment (China Daily)
  • China summons officials to pollution 'name and shame' meeting (Reuters)
  • China is reforesting land the size of Ireland. Here’s what that looks like ($$The Washington Post)
  • The challenges for China's water management (China Policy Institute)
  • Dramatic surge in China carbon emissions signals climate danger (Unearthed)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • 10 years ago in Sichuan, a quake killed 69,000. Should China be thankful? ($$The New York Times)
  • Video: Sichuan earthquake, the ghost town visited by millions (BBC)
  • Death toll in NW China knife attack rises to 9 (Xinhua)
  • China karaoke bar fire kills 18 in Yingde (BBC)
  • China dragon boat accident leaves 17 dead (BBC)
  • North Korea bus crash kills 32 Chinese tourists (BBC)
  • Fears parts of world's longest sea bridge are floating away (The Guardian)
  • 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)
  • Schandalen

  • Screenplay-writing insurance boss pleads guilty to bribery (SupChina)
  • A tax-evasion scandal ensnares Chinese film-production companies ($$The Economist)
  • Key questions about the June 4 massacre (China Change)
  • China's bear bile industry persists despite growing awareness of the cruelty involved ($$The Washington Post)
  • 'Loving Liu Xiaobo is a serious crime, a life sentence' (China Change)
  • China issues tough rules to curb academic fraud (China Daily)
  • Li Keqiang wants better milk (Trivium)
  • Want to see your baby? In China, it can cost you ($$The New York Times)
  • A hearing with Chinese characteristics: How the Beijing Lawyers’ Association helps persecute human rights lawyers (China Change)
  • Chinese doctor jailed for calling traditional medicine 'poison' issues apology (The Guardian)
  • Sport

  • Chinese Football Association to ban tattoo from players: report (Global Times)
  • North Korea hails 'openhearted talk' in unprecedented meeting with South Korean envoys (The Japan Times)
  • 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)
  • Taiwan

  • China opposes US-Taiwan contact after opening of new US representative office in Taiwan (CGTN)
  • US de facto embassy in Taiwan reopens as 'symbol of strength' of ties (The Guardian)
  • China must be ready for 'crisis' with US over Taiwan: Beijing press (The Guardian)
  • Taiwanese think tank floats South China Sea base plan for US troops (South China Morning Post)
  • Chinese may abandon airlines that refer to Taiwan as a 'nation': expert (Global Times)
  • To avoid Beijing's ire, Trump won’t send high-level officials to opening of de facto embassy in Taiwan (South China Morning Post)
  • US warships unwelcome in Taiwan Straits (Global Times)
  • Qantas to refer to Taiwan as a territory, not a nation, following Chinese demands (ABC News Australia)
  • Beijing wants Taiwanese to identify as Chinese. But how do Taiwanese really feel? ($$The Washington Post)
  • Taiwan plans sculpture honoring Liu Xiaobo, the Nobel-winning activist (The New York Times)
  • Hongkong

  • A lengthy jail term sends a message to Hong Kong’s rebellious youth (The Economist)
  • Controversial joint checkpoint plan for Express Rail Link approved amid unprecedented scenes at legislature (Hong Kong Free Press)
  • China's vaccine tourists drain Hong Kong's supply of cancer drug (Bloomberg)
  • Hong Kong, a statue in honour of Liu Xiaobo (AsiaNews)
  • 37 Swedish newspapers urge China to free detained Hong Kong publisher Gui Minhai (AFP)
  • 115 thousand at vigil in Hong Kong in memory of Tiananmen dead (Asia News)
  • Hong Kong independence activists sentenced to four weeks' jail (AFP)
  • Hong Kong and the mainland: An evolving interdependency (HKTDC Research)
  • What Hong Kong scientists' questions about mainland funding reveal (South China Morning Post)
  • Leading Hong Kong independence activist convicted of rioting, sentencing to come (Reuters)
  • Macau

  • Macau's fortunes shine as April gaming revenues surge 28 per cent (South China Morning Post)
  • Writer Jung Chang entry in Macau not guaranteed by authorities (Macau News)
  • 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)
  • Tibet

  • A Tibetan tried to save his language. China handed him 5 years in prison ($$The New York Times)
  • China opposes US resolution on Tibet issue (Xinhua)
  • Tibet group thanks Sweden in 'Chinese spy' case (BBC)
  • Sweden charges man with spying on Tibetan exiles for China (Reuters)
  • Dalai Lama calls on Tibetans to remain united as India drifts toward China (Reuters)
  • India spurns the Dalai Lama's celebration, worried about China (The New York Times)
  • Tibetan temples conduct exams on Constitution, rules (Global Times)
  • The silence of the state: The Jokhang fire and the response of the Chinese government (highpeakspureearth.com)
  • Yokhang, sacred Tibetan monastery in Lhasa, hit by fire (BBC)
  • Police asks Tibetans for Dalai Lama tips (Global Times)
  • Xinjiang

  • How should the world respond to intensifying repression in Xinjiang? (ChinaFile)
  • China has turned Xinjiang into a police state like no other ($$The Economist)
  • Xinjiang jails Uyghur civil servants over lack of enthusiasm for anti-extremist campaigns (Radio Free Asia)
  • All mosques should raise national flag: China Islamic Association (Global Times)
  • China’s repugnant campaign to destroy a minority people (The Washington Post)
  • Popular Uyghur singer's whereabouts unknown, believed detained in Xinjiang re-education camp (Radio Free Asia)
  • China's gulag for Muslims (SupChina)
  • Xinjiang implementing measures for the PRC counter-terrorism law (China Law Translate)
  • Survivors of China's far west political camps detail ordeal (AP)
  • What really happens in China's 're-education' camps ($$The New York Times)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Beijing has 800,000 fewer smokers ... But its smoking population strangely remains the same (The Beijinger)
  • Chinese man poses as safety inspector, shuts down rival factories to help friend (South China Morning Post)
  • Ivanka Trump accused of tweeting 'fake' Chinese proverb (BBC)
  • For Chinese pedestrians glued to their phones, a middle path emerges ($$The New York Times)
  • The Chinese concept of 'dirty' (Sinosplice)
  • Female-only lane in Chinese swimming pool ignites debate online (CGTN)
  • Textbook claims scantily-clad women sexually harass men (Global Times)
  • China Mao impersonator at blockchain conference causes furore (BBC)
  • An increasing number of Chinese women want their boyfriends to be cute and submissive (Global Times)
  • More owners willing to spend big on pet burial (China Daily)
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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