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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • Philippines and Indonesia back Chinese Covid jab despite efficacy doubts (The Guardian)
  • The Chinese government is trying to rebrand forced sterilization of Uyghur women as feminism (The Guardian)
  • WHO expects to fix dates for China COVID-19 mission 'as soon as next week' (Reuters)
  • China tightens censorship rules for Party members despite pandemic backlash (Washington Examiner)
  • China to bring in law against food waste with fines for promoting overeating (The Guardian)
  • Lose-Lose: China's paradoxes for Xi Jinping (Settimana News)
  • China’s power is rising in an unstable world ($$FT, The Finance Info)
  • How Indo-Pacific tensions reflect a post-coronavirus new world order of conflict and contradiction ($$SCMP)
  • The woman behind China's Chang'e-5 Moon mission (BBC)
  • GT investigates: Could cold-chain imports have sparked Wuhan early COVID-19 outbreak? (Global Times)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Is China's maglev train as fast as an airliner? (Asia Times)
  • De schat van Alibaba gebruiken voor een planeconomie of een totale controlestaat? China weet het wel ($$de Volkskrant)
  • China's economy surges, and so does its currency ($$NYT, dnyuz.com)
  • China completes 'super bullet maglev' prototype with peak speed of 620 km/h (Global Times)
  • Jack Ma vs Xi Jinping: the future of private business in China (FT)
  • It’s open season on internet companies (Trivium China)
  • Beijing orders Chinese media to censor coverage of Alibaba probe ($$FT, The Finance Info)
  • China's growth projected to pick up to 7.9% (China Daily)
  • Rewriting economics: applications for authors of university textbooks (Trivium China)
  • Baby you can buy my car: boosting bulk consumption (Trivium China)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China to greenlight RCEP in six months (China Daily)
  • China once again Mongolia's biggest trading partner (Xinhua)
  • A conversation about China‘s footprint beyond its border (Panda Paw Dragon Claw)
  • You will be assimilated: China's plan to take over the global economy (National Review)
  • China strengthens ties in Belt and Road countries (Asia Times)
  • Tanzania's president asks China to forgive some outstanding debts (Reuters)
  • Australian coal shipments to China at standstill amid unresolved trade tensions (The Guardian)
  • China-Russia natural gas pipeline starts work on final link to Shanghai (Yicai)
  • Foreign investment encouraged in new industry catalogue (Trivium China)
  • Chinese cities reportedly go dark as country faces shortage of coal, a major Australian export (CNBC)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • China, Indonesia on a collision course at sea (Asia Times)
  • China-Indonesia: Brothers in arm jabs (Trivium China)
  • At least 17 countries have purchased China-produced COVID-19 vaccines (Global Times)
  • Huawei boss Meng Wanzhou had Christmas with family as jailed Canadians got to phone home (The Guardian)
  • Hungary reaches deal to buy China's Sinopharm vaccine, PM aide says (Reuters)
  • Labor fears humanitarian crisis on Australian coal ships stranded off China (The Guardian)
  • Why a China-led free vaccine project for poor countries is an excellent idea ($$SCMP, neewss.com)
  • Meng Wanzhou: Bullets sent in mail to Huawei's finance chief (BBC)
  • China again urges Canada to release Meng Wanzhou immediately (Xinhua)
  • China will give Myanmar a batch of COVID-19 vaccines for free, says ministry (Reuters)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • TikTok is poised to outlast Trump, and to test Biden (NYT)
  • Is Pompeo the last gasp of US imperial power? (Asia Times)
  • Trump's Indo-Pacific policy wasn’t all wrong (Asia Times)
  • America’s governors and mayors have a stake in US-China relations (Brookings)
  • Xi's letter to Starbucks: Bi-latte-ral relations (Trivium China)
  • The rising East (Trivium China)
  • US 'should get its house in order' under Joe Biden before any reset with China ($$SCMP, yahoo.com)
  • China says firmly opposes new US sanctions against Chinese firms (Reuters)
  • As Trump clashes with big tech, China's censored Internet takes his side ($$NYT, BM Global)
  • China says firmly opposes new US sanctions (Reuters)
  • China - Europa

  • China-EU investment deal shows cooperation outweighs competition in bilateral relationship ($$SCMP, MSN)
  • Amid transatlantic tension, the EU has reason to reshape its relationship with China ($SCMP, MSN)
  • EU-China investment deal: 'It spits in the face of human rights' (Gatestone Institute)
  • Cynicism explains a flawed new EU-China commercial pact (The Economist)
  • EU, China to push forward on investment (China Daily)
  • EU should not let others interfere in relations with China, Wang Yi says ($$SCMP)
  • ‘We need a real policy for China’: Germany ponders post-Merkel shift (FT)
  • Forced labor: Evidence piles up despite China's EU treaty commitments (SupChina)
  • Berlin takes a risky bet on Beijing ($$FT, The Finance Info)
  • US-EU-China: Two-faced US trade policy erodes Atlantic alliance (Asia Times)
  • China - Nederland

  • Chinese-Indonesians in the Netherlands still feel the pull of home ($$SCMP)
  • Nederlandse film De Dirigent binnenkort te zien in Chinese bioscopen (nu.nl)
  • Li Keqiang speaks with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on the phone (chnun.chinamission.org.cn)
  • Nederlandse bedrijven die in China zaken doen hebben partijcomités vanuit partijtop (NPO Radio 1)
  • Bank accounts of Protestant Church frozen in 'political retaliation' (AsiaNews)
  • Chinese court orders Dutch collector to return mummified Buddha (Xinhua)
  • How China made the Netherlands question the free market (Bloomberg)
  • Chinese FM calls on China, Netherlands to set example for free trade, mutual openness, fair competition (Xinhua)
  • Opvallende samenwerking Huawei met Amsterdamse universiteiten: ‘We doen het niet alleen voor het geld’ ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Chinese toeristen blijven weg, en zij niet alleen (Trouw)
  • Politiek

  • Two members of WHO team on trail of virus are denied entry to China ($$NYT, dnyuz.com)
  • Xi Jinping says 'time and momentum on China's side' as he sets out Communist Party vision ($$SCMP, MSN)
  • Former chairman of China Development Bank gets life in prison (Xinhua)
  • The more they change - The Party wants more reps from the masses (Trivium China)
  • Chinese ondernemer Jack Ma is niet verdwenen, hij wordt ‘gedisciplineerd’ door de Partij ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Let’s be friends: Xi Jinping wants to increase Party influence in all aspects of society (Trivium China)
  • Chinese Communist Party introduces new rules on what members can say as it 'boosts internal democracy' ($$SCMP, MSN)
  • China sentences ex-finance chief to death on corruption charge (Bloomberg)
  • Read your Party rights (Trivium China)
  • China sentences ex-finance chief to death on corruption charge (Bloomberg)
  • Maatschappij

  • Data collection's year of reckoning (Trivium China)
  • How China’s ‘missing women’ problem has fuelled trafficking and forced marriage ($$SCMP, MSN)
  • China's demographic time bomb quickly ticking down (Asia Times)
  • China’s first big #MeToo case tests the Party ($$NY Review of Books)
  • Pinduoduo hit by fresh criticism over worker treatment (nasdaq.com)
  • Danke Apartment: The 'broken eggshell' that left young Chinese homeless (BBC)
  • Box Office 2020: China tops world, even though ticket sales were down 70% (SupChina)
  • Pinduoduo worker dies by suicide while on leave, ex-employee’s video on disturbing work culture goes viral (SupChina)
  • Buying time for the elderly, both now and in the future (Shine)
  • China to strengthen traditional Chinese medicine capacity in rehabilitation services (Xinhua)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China is becoming a military state (Newsweek)
  • 'Global Britain’ takes aim at China in South China Sea (Asia Times)
  • China's highest military post at border with India revealed (Global Times)
  • Mike Pompeo: China's nuclear madness (Newsweek)
  • Japan's potential contributions in an East China Sea contingency (RAND)
  • China military assets 'fully deployed' on disputed border, India Air Chief says (Newsweek)
  • China to strengthen military coordination with Russia (Asia Times)
  • Spooked by Ladakh standoff with China, India signs $200m deal for Israeli SPICE bombs (The Wire)
  • China-Russia joint aerial strategic patrol sends signal to region (Global Times)
  • Japan and South Korea scramble jets to track Russian and Chinese bomber patrol (The Guardian)
  • Cultuur

  • Experts work to bring back China’s Old Summer Palace (Global Times)
  • Renowned Chinese pianist Fou Ts'ong dies of Covid-19 (BBC)
  • China’s museums keep growing, attracting more visitors (People's Daily Online)
  • Les orchestres symphoniques, au diapason (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Visually impaired band sees the light with rock 'n' roll (Shine)
  • How film festivals can help combat Chinese censorship ($$The Washington Post, Free Media Info)
  • Lost treasure of China's Old Summer Palace returns home (Xinhua)
  • China gets back stolen cultural relics from UK (Shine)
  • 27-meter-long Ming Dynasty painting sells for $76 million to become most expensive ancient Chinese painting sold at auction (Global Times)
  • China clamps down on climbing 'wild Great Wall' (BBC)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • Disappointing Chinese vaccine results pose setback for developing world ($$NYT, bmglobalnews.com)
  • Onderzoekers komen aan in Wuhan (NOS)
  • Chinese vaccines slower than Pfizer in WHO validation, but 'international orders unaffected' (Global Times)
  • China grants conditional approval for first COVID vaccine (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China has all it needs to vaccinate millions, except any approved vaccines (NYT)
  • China's Sinopharm reports strong interim results for its Covid-19 vaccine ($$SCMP)
  • China ranks second in number of high-quality research papers in 2019 (Xinhua)
  • China's moon samples to go on public display (Shine)
  • Chinese drug regulators accept application for Sinopharm vaccine rollout (Global Times)
  • Chinese vaccines not striving to be first, respect for science most crucial: officials (Global Times)
  • Milieu

  • MEE lays out responsibility for climate protection (Trivium China)
  • Local governments get serious about forests (Trivium China)
  • Han Zheng speak at the One Planet Summit (Trivium China)
  • Local governments get serious about forests (Trivium China)
  • China to increase efforts to cut carbon emissions: official (Xinhua)
  • Man gets life sentence for smuggling ivory tusks to China (Xinhua)
  • China biodegradable plastics 'failing to solve pollution crisis' (BBC)
  • Han Zheng stresses environmental protection (Trivium China)
  • China’s ban is less of a threat to Australia’s coal industry than international climate ambition (The Guardian)
  • Western environmentalists are the Chinese Communists' useful idiots (Probe International)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Chinese health experts call to suspend Pfizer's mRNA vaccine for elderly after Norwegian deaths (Global Times)
  • Wuhan is at the heart of a battle over the roots of coronavirus ($$FT, The Finance Info)
  • New year, new outbreak: China rushes to vaccinate 50 million as holiday looms (The Guardian)
  • China records first Covid death since May as WHO team arrives in Wuhan (The Guardian)
  • Government tries to limit travel (Trivium China)
  • China's Sinovac to double annual COVID-19 vaccine capacity to 1 billion doses (Reuters)
  • China COVID cases jump ahead of WHO investigation team arrival (Al Jazeera)
  • Rescuers try to reach 22 trapped after Chinese gold mine blast (Reuters)
  • Chinese Covid-19 vaccine is far less effective than initially touted in Brazil (WSJ)
  • Little evidence left for WHO to probe in China (Asia Times)
  • Schandalen

  • 120 days in secret detention (China Change)
  • Podcast: Inside the investigation into how Covid-19 began (The Guardian)
  • 'Even mourning is said to shame China': women of Wuhan fight to be heard (The Guardian)
  • China's crackdown on a corrupt judiciary has a long way to run. Zhang Jiahui is Exhibit A (SCMP)
  • China blocks WHO while Covid conspiracy theories fly (Asia Times)
  • China plays down WHO concern about delay in coronavirus team's trip (Reuters)
  • Lai Xiaomin: Criticism of death sentence on former Chinese tycoon (BBC)
  • China blocks entry to WHO team studying Covid's origins (The Guardian)
  • Sweden is about to deport Inner Mongolian activist to China - torture and prison be damned (Newsweek)
  • Global textile watchdogs struggled in Xinjiang (Axios China)
  • Sport

  • Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games doubts grow with Covid-19 spike in Hebei (SCMP)
  • China formally criminalizes doping (Xinhua)
  • Sun Yang's doping ban referred back to Cas after Chinese swimmer's appeal (Reuters)
  • Olympic test event in China called off amid travel concerns (AP)
  • Maradona in China: when Deng Xiaoping invited him to play in Beijing and footballer turned the Chinese leader down ($$SCMP)
  • Budding skiers hit indoor slopes ahead of China's 2022 Winter Olympics (Reuters)
  • IOC president: The Olympics are about diversity and unity, not politics and profit. Boycotts don't work (The Guardian)
  • England's Premier league sues China partner for $215.3 million (Bloomberg, Caixin)
  • Irrelevant fitness tests inject chaos into 2020 Chinese national sporting championships (SupChina)
  • Englands' Premier League scores China broadcast deal with Tencent (Reuters)
  • Taiwan

  • Joe Biden warned that Taiwan must not 'fall prey' to China (Newsweek)
  • Kelly Craft: US cancels top envoy's visit to Taiwan (BBC)
  • Taiwan seeks closer US ties after Trump lifts limits, China protests (Newsweek)
  • Ambassadeur Hoekstra 'schrijft wat geschiedenis' en ontvangt Taiwanese vertegenwoordiger ($$de Volkskrant)
  • China warns Joe Biden administration against further Taiwan pronouncements (Newsweek)
  • Taiwan's new passport hopes to banish confusion with China (Reuters)
  • Taiwan's new passport hopes to banish confusion with China (Reuters)
  • US moves to increase official contacts with Taiwan (SupChina)
  • Trump stookt spanningen rond Taiwan nog even op ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Taiwan's population falls for the first time (AsiaNews)
  • Hongkong

  • Lawyer who handled 'Hong Kong 12' case loses legal licence (AFP)
  • How international events emboldened China’s latest Hong Kong crackdown (New Statesman)
  • Hong Kong internet provider blocks access to pro-democracy website (Independent)
  • Hong Kong internet firm blocked website over security law (AP)
  • Hong Kong: 11 more national security arrests over attempted boat escape to Taiwan (Reuters)
  • Beijing plans to vet Hong Kong legislature candidates (Asia Times)
  • Internet restrictions and phone seizures show digital crackdown in Hong Kong ($$The Washington Post, zukus.net)
  • Hong Kong backs Beijing on British passport retaliation (Asia Times)
  • Journalist Zhang Jialong in prison for supporting Hong Kong activists (AsiaTimes)
  • Hong Kong Police Force says proud to be part of Chinese police, seen as awareness of national identity (Global Times)
  • Macau

  • Bets on for Macau's Sands China after US billionaire Adelson's death (Reuters)
  • 21 years after returning to motherland, Macau sets example for neighboring HK (Global Times)
  • Photo exhibition featuring Hong Kong protest images shut down in Macau (The Guardian)
  • Photo exhibition featuring Hong Kong protest images shut down in Macau (The Guardian)
  • Coronavirus: World's biggest gambling hub reopens for business (BBC)
  • Why Jewish refugees in World War II fled safety of Shanghai for Macau (SCMP)
  • Stanley Ho, casino kingpin of gambling capital Macau, dies at 98 (WSJ)
  • Macau bans annual Tiananmen Massacre photo exhibition (HK Free Press)
  • Macau casinos allowed to reopen after anti-virus closure (AP)
  • China to enhance mainland-Macau financial cooperation (Xinhua)
  • Tibet

  • Amid US-China tensions, Tibetans seize the moment ($$The Diplomat, Tribune)
  • China woedend: Trump keurt op het nippertje provocerende Tibet-wet goed ($$de Volkskrant)
  • China foreign ministry says firmly rejects new US law on Tibet policy (Reuters)
  • Playing the 'Tibet card' reflects Washington’s anxiety about China (Global Times)
  • China’s atrocities in Tibet are growing too big to ignore ($$The Washington Post, tibet.net)
  • US Congress: sanctions on Beijing if it interferes in the Dalai Lama's succession (AsiaNews)
  • Poverty alleviation: China forcing Tibetans into mass, military-style 'training' programs (Part I) (Radio Free Asia)
  • China to build historic Yarlung Zangbo River hydropower project in Tibet (Global Times)
  • Tibet under Chinese military occupation, says US (India Today)
  • Tibetan separatist leader’s visit aims to serve multi US purposes (Global Times)
  • Xinjiang

  • China's pressure and propaganda - the reality of reporting Xinjiang (BBC)
  • China debunks Western media's allegations of forced labor in Xinjiang (CGTN)
  • US Congress: China possibly committed 'genocide' against Xinjiang Muslims (Al Jazeera)
  • US bans all cotton and tomatoes from Xinjiang region of China ($$NYT, ABC News))
  • China slams UK, Canada banning Xinjiang imports as 'farce' (Xinhua)
  • Toughening stance on China's Xinjiang, Britain introduces new company rules (Reuters)
  • Britain cuts business links to Chinese province Xinjiang (VoA)
  • Video: Turkish-Chinese extradition law alarms Uighur refugees in Turkey (VoA)
  • China's treatment of Uighurs amounts to torture, says Dominic Raab (The Guardian)
  • Official challenges birthrate assertions in Xinjiang (China Daily)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • Video: China's Inner Mongolia policy triggers Mongolian script revival (DW.com)
  • Ethnic Mongolians call on Beijing to probe disappearance of poverty funds (RFA)
  • China moves to replace ethnic Mongolians in education sector with Han Chinese (RFA)
  • Flipping the script: China school reforms spark Mongolian writing revival (AFP)
  • Poverty alleviation: China's 'anti-poverty' drives leaves Mongolian herders out in cold (Part II) (Radio Free Asia)
  • Unrest In Inner Mongolia: Why China has ramped up its efforts to assimilate ethnic minority areas (The Times of India)
  • Genghis Khan’s memory is erased from view as China cracks down on Mongolian culture (The Globe and Mail)
  • Inner Mongolia party leader blames local officials over protests (AsiaNews)
  • Communist Party officials in Inner Mongolia lambasted for poor handling of education reform ($$SCMP, Yahoo)
  • Inner Mongolia, Uyghurs launch fresh salvo against Han supremacy (The Economic Times, India)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Using smart seat cushions to monitor employees may be illegal: experts (Global Times)
  • Young model of burial clothes gives people more choices of what to wear at the end of their lives (People's Daily Online)
  • Vlaamse duiven gaan voor miljoenen naar China ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Jack Ma disappears from his own talent show ($$FT, World News Era)
  • China is guarding ancient bat caves against journalists and scientists seeking to discover the origins of the coronavirus (Business Insider)
  • Niet Biden en Harris, maar Xi Jinping had de Persoon van het Jaar moeten zijn ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Taiwanese horror game pulled from sale again after backlash in China (The Guardian)
  • Jealous men say they’re better-looking than Tibetan heartthrob (Sixth Tone)
  • Chin-chin! How a Chinese drinking toast became popular in Europe ($$SCMP)
  • Face-scanning Chinese public toilet is bog standard once again ($$Caixin)
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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