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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • Hong Kong asks China’s top legislative body to resolve legal problems with postponing elections (SCMP)
  • Whose century? (London Review of Books)
  • China' deepening geopolitical hole (Project Syndicate)
  • US-China: Action and reaction (Trivium China)
  • EU's China measures only 'symbolic' (Global Times)
  • Economic decoupling possible if India doesn’t calm down (Global Times)
  • China releases details of Hong Kong anti-sedition law (The Guardian)
  • EU chides China and others for IP breaches - again (FT)
  • Has China won? Not yet (Prospect)
  • Global alliance formed to counter China threat amid rising tensions (The Guardian)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China’s chipmakers cheer new policy support (Trivium China)
  • China crackdown on shadow banking sector prompts warning ($$FT, Reporter)
  • China’s economy is turning inward, but will weak domestic demand undermine Xi Jinping’s vision? (SCMP)
  • Notes from China's unemployed (restofworld.org)
  • China tries its favorite economic cure: more construction (NYT, Central News Now)
  • Supporting migrant workers (Trivium China)
  • Longest high-speed railway tunnel (18.23 km) in east China completed (Xinhua)
  • China's economy to grow 2.5 pct this year: Bloomberg report (Xinhua)
  • Xi looks inward (Trivium China)
  • China to add 4,400 km rail lines this year (Xinhua)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China's share of Australian exports hits 48.8%, an all-time high to 48.8% ($$Caixin)
  • Tech cold war comes to India: Silicon Valley takes on Alibaba and Tencent (FT)
  • Chinese leningen liggen Afrika zwaar op de maag ($$FD)
  • Xi calls for making AIIB new platform for building community with shared future for mankind (Xinhua)
  • A flurry of infrastructure cheques from China put Pakistan back in the Belt and Road game (Bloomberg)
  • China’s inward shift has profound implications for the world economy (SCMP)
  • China tightens screws over industrial espionage (Trivium China)
  • China as economic bogeyman (Project Syndicate)
  • Rising tension with China rings corporate Australia's alarm bells (FT)
  • Chinese electric buses roll out across Latin America (Dialogo Chino)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • China sentences fourth Canadian to death on drug charges (AP)
  • China sentences third Canadian to death over drug charges (AP)
  • China gives death sentence to Canadian charged with making ketamine ($$WSJ)
  • China's leaders facing global resistance (Asia Times)
  • China increasingly worried about 'losing face' as Japan bankrolls exodus of firms (SCMP)
  • Canada should drop Meng Wanzhou case, shaking free of US coattails (SCMP)
  • Overstretch? China's foreign policy gamble (Institut Montaigne)
  • Saudi Arabia, with China's help, expands its nuclear program (WSJ)
  • China, Cambodia trade pact more form than substance (Asia Times)
  • Turkey’s neo-Ottoman reach could soon nettle China (Settimana News, Asia Times)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Onward, big tech soldiers? (Project Syndicate)
  • Kevin Rudd: Beware the guns of August - in Asia: How to keep US-Chinese tensions from sparking a war (Foreign Affairs)
  • Trump: US firms must end links with TikTok and WeChat (BBC)
  • Trump’s swipe at Tencent hits China’s softest spot (Reuters)
  • Why a Biden presidency might not mean a return to pre-Trump foreign relations (The Guardian)
  • Trump advisers urge delisting of US-listed Chinese companies that fail to meet audit standards (Reuters)
  • Chinese state media slams 'madness' of US tech purge (Reuters)
  • Pentagon chief expresses concern to Chinese counterpart about Beijing's activity in South China Sea (Reuters)
  • Trump administration seeks crackdown on Chinese companies with shares traded in US ($$WSJ)
  • US tensions with Beijing are high, but Trump still has fans in China ($$WSJ, apk Metro)
  • China - Europa

  • France won't ratify Hong Kong's extradition agreement (AP)
  • German minister Michael Roth urges EU to resist China's 'divide-and-rule tactics' (SCMP)
  • Portugal telcos won't use Huawei for core 5G networks though no government ban (Reuters)
  • Hong Kong: China says it will not recognise UK overseas passports (The Guardian)
  • EU and China talking trade (Trivium China)
  • Hong Kong: EU Foreign Affairs Council expresses deep concern about national security law (consilium.europa.eu)
  • EU urged to stop meddling in China's internal affairs (Xinhua)
  • Pompeo looks for friends to get hawkish on China (EU-China Briefing)
  • EU-China: last hope? (EU-China Briefing)
  • US trade negotiators may 'smell blood on the water' if China makes concessions in EU talks (SCMP)
  • China - Nederland

  • KLM resumes Shanghai-Amsterdam passenger flights (Xinhua)
  • China's invloed op onderwijs in Nederland (Clingendael)
  • Kabinet steekt miljoenen in techbedrijf om het uit Aziatische handen te houden ($$FD)
  • China bant varkensvlees uit Nederland (Boederij)
  • Chinese, Dutch leaders exchange congratulations on birth of panda cub (Xinhua)
  • Chinese FM Wang Yi talks over phone with Dutch counterpart Stef Blok(Xinhua)
  • Verzet je tegen kolonisatie door China, kijk naar de microscoop ($de Volkskrant)
  • Hoe gaat de pandababy in Ouwehands Dierenpark heten? 'Uiteindelijk zal de beslissing bij China liggen' (AD)
  • Change in Netherlands' office name in Taiwan is 'playing with fire,' poses risk to ties with Chinese mainland: experts (Global Times)
  • Naamswijziging Nederlandse 'Taipei Office' zet relatie met China op scherp (NOS)
  • Politiek

  • The man most likely to succeed Xi Jinping (Asia Times)
  • Think 'sanctions' will trouble China? Then you're stuck in the politics of the past: Ai Weiwei (The Guardian)
  • Is modern China the end (goal) of history? (SCMP)
  • Trump views China's Communist Party as a threat. Young Chinese see it as a ticket to a better future (The Washington Post)
  • His country, weak or strong (Inside Story)
  • 'Clean up this mess': The Chinese thinkers behind Xi's hard line (NYT)
  • Long, long, long (term planning) (Trivium China)
  • Chinese state-sponsored group 'RedDelta' targets the Vatican and Catholic organizations (Recorded Future)
  • Professor Xu Zhangrun, who criticized Xi, seeks to overturn prostitution charge, lawyer says (Reuters)
  • Former Chinese vice provincial governor expelled from CPC (Xinhua)
  • Maatschappij

  • 'It took 32 years, but I finally found my kidnapped son' (BBC)
  • Technological surveillance of religion in China (Brookings)
  • Deaths of wives prompt outrage over violence against women (Inkstone)
  • Surveillance state: 18 of the world’s 20 most monitored cities are in China (SCMP)
  • Why the struggle for same-sex marriage in China will continue, despite civil code setback (SCMP)
  • China is harvesting the DNA of its people. Is this the future of policing? ($$NYT, The Times of India)
  • Standardizing Social Credit (Trivium China)
  • China's two-child policy means more babies named after mum (AFP)
  • Data privacy, Chinese style (Trivium China)
  • China to launch campaign to promote Mandarin (CGTN)
  • Militaire zaken

  • US-China relations: militaries carry out missile tests as tensions continue to simmer (SCMP)
  • South China Sea: why did Duterte bar Philippine military from US exercises? (SCMP)
  • Politburo studies military modernization (Trivium China)
  • Interview with South China Sea think tank head shows three possibilities risking China-US military conflict (Global Times)
  • A nuclear arms race in space? It seems we've learned nothing from Hiroshima (The Guardian)
  • De nieuwe wapenwedloop ($$FD)
  • Australia to get US-funded military fuel reserve as relations with China cool (Reuters)
  • Xi presents order to promote military officer to rank of general (Xinhua)
  • Secret defence plan with US to counter China; Darwin to get strategic fuel reserve (The Australian)
  • Australia to step up South China Sea defence cooperation with US – but won't commit to patrols (The Guardian)
  • Cultuur

  • Fotograaf Xiaoxiao Xu toont het hedendaagse leven rond de eeuwenoude Chinese Muur ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Passage à vide pour l’industrie du cinéma (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Part of China's Great Wall not made for war: study (AFP)
  • Chinese demand saved the art industry post the global financial crisis – who will come to the rescue now? (SCMP)
  • China's sci-fi surge (Axios World)
  • Banning knockoff buildings might bring a renaissance in Chinese architecture (The Guardian)
  • Archaeological findings provide key proof of Chinese civilization origin (Xinhua)
  • Ai Weiwei: 'I became the enemy of the established power, but without a crime' (The Guardian)
  • 'Everyone is isolated': An interview with Yuan Ling (New York Review of Books)
  • China to up support for innovative literary, artistic groups (Xinhua)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China drafts new rules to ensure foreign teachers protect national ‘honour’ (Globe and Mail)
  • China's first Mars probe starts space voyage (Shine)
  • More than 10 million Chinese students take gaokao exam in spite of floods, earthquakes, COVID-19 (SupChina)
  • Le Gaokao sous le signe du Covid-19 (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • In echo of Mao era, China's schools in book-cleansing drive (Reuters)
  • Try, try again: The students who keep retaking the 'gaokao' (Sixth Tone)
  • China's gaokao exam fraud: victims learn the worst after cheats steal their grades and university places (SCMP)
  • Innovatie: Europa suste zichzelf in slaap met verhaaltjes over wat Chinezen niet zouden kunnen ($$de Volkskrant)
  • China launches final satellite in Beidou navigation system to rival GPS (AP)
  • Is Zoom safe for Chinese students? (Inside Higher Ed)
  • Milieu

  • Virus drives shift away from coal except in China (FT)
  • China push sees coal-fired generation rise to record in Pakistan ($$Bloomberg, MSN)
  • Three Gorges Dam weathers the flood challenge (Asia Times)
  • Three Gorges Dam under fast mounting flood pressure (Asia Times)
  • Alarm over discovery of hundreds of Chinese fishing vessels near Galápagos Islands (The Guardian)
  • China's food delivery boom may undercut plans to reduce plastic bags (SCMP)
  • Mighty Yangtze is heaving from rain and the Three Gorges will be tested ($$WSJ)
  • Latest round of defamation to Three Gorges Dam shows lack of basic knowledge (Global Times)
  • China's first climate striker warned: give it up or you can't go back to school (The Guardian)
  • China urges coal miners to boost output ahead of summer power use (Reuters)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • WHO admits Wuhan may not be virus origin, offsetting rumor (Global Times)
  • Prof Tritto: COVID-19 was created in the Wuhan laboratory and is now in the hands of the Chinese military (AsiaNews)
  • This wave of anti-China feeling masks the west's own Covid-19 failures (The Guardian)
  • Over 54.8 mln people affected by floods in China (Xinhua)
  • The worst floods in decades bring fears of a black swan event (SupChina)
  • African swine fever: China to auction 10,000 tonnes of frozen pork from state reserves (Reuters)
  • China is rewriting the facts about coronavirus to suit its own narrative (The Guardian)
  • China reports biggest Covid-19 rise in months (The Guardian)
  • China uses WHO inquiry to tout coronavirus response (NYT)
  • China blows up dam on Yangtze river tributary to ease flooding (AP)
  • Schandalen

  • The power of Falun Gong (ABC Australia)
  • Human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang files torture charges against Chinese officials (AFP)
  • The mystery of $2 billion of loans backed by fake gold ($$Caixin)
  • Former deputy head of China's quality watchdog sentenced to life in prison (Xinhua)
  • Intruders try to kidnap a Chinese appliance tycoon ($$NYT, Night Fall News)
  • 'Sacrificed': anger in China over death of Wuhan doctor from coronavirus (The Guardian)
  • WHO reviews China-based news anchor’s global ambassador role (FT)
  • Fang Fang: The Wuhan writer whose virus diary angered China (BBC)
  • Coronavirus journal Wuhan Diary continues to upset Chinese nationalists (SCMP)
  • Human rights defender Wang Quanzhang says he cut all emotional ties with his family so he could survive in prison (SCMP)
  • Sport

  • Brazilian footballer in China faces virus penalty (AP)
  • Alle tennistoernooien in China voor dit jaar geschrapt, ook Diamond League geannuleerd (AD)
  • 'It was dehumanising': Jessica Shuran Yu condemns training abuse in China (The Guardian)
  • Countdown device of Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 unveiled (Xinhua)
  • China offered two F1 races this year, says Shanghai official (Reuters)
  • Players suspended for 6 months for breaking virus curfew (AP)
  • Football: Coup de sifflet final pour le Tianjin Tianhai (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Stapvoets komt het voetballeven in China op gang ($$de Volkskrant)
  • With mass team ouster, China stumbles on rush to soccer success (Sixth Tone)
  • Sun Yang: Eight-year ban for Chinese Olympic champion (BBC)
  • Taiwan

  • China says US should stop arms sales to Taiwan (Reuters)
  • Factbox: Taiwan, China and the United States (Reuters)
  • Bezoek Amerikaanse minister aan Taiwan leidt tot nieuwe ruzie tussen China en VS ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Mainland warns of 'dangerous' collusion of Taiwan's DPP with US (Xinhua)
  • China urges US to halt official contact with Taiwan island (Global Times)
  • US announces highest-level visit to Taiwan in decades, risking China anger (The Guardian)
  • China slams US military contacts with China's Taiwan region (Xinhua)
  • Lee Teng-hui: Taiwan's 'father of democracy' dies (BBC)
  • China slams US military contacts with China's Taiwan region (Xinhua)
  • Congressman Ted S. Yoho introduces Taiwan Invasion Prevention Act (yoho.house.gov)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong foreign press says journalists being targeted in US-China stand-off (BBC)
  • Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong, Nathan Law among 24 charged over participation in banned June 4 Tiananmen Square vigil (SCMP)
  • Vluchten naar Londen is laatste reddingsboei voor jonge activisten uit Hongkong ($$de Volkskrant)
  • China suspends Hong Kong extradition treaty in reply to New Zealand (The Guardian, agencies)
  • Why did Hong Kong delay its election - by a year? ($$NYT, The World News)
  • Beijing repression forces Hong Kong opposition into new tactics (The Observer))
  • Books pulled from library shelves, songs banned...it’s the new normal in Hong Kong (The Guardian)
  • With security law as a cudgel, Beijing cracks down on Hong Kong (NYT)
  • China uses Hong Kong security law against US and UK-based activists (The Guardian)
  • Hong Kong 'seeking arrest' of fleeing activists (BBC)
  • Macau

  • 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)
  • Macau, a criança de ouro (Trivium China)
  • Macau: China's other 'one country, two systems' region (BBC)
  • Xi: Macau's achievements based on 'one country, two systems' (Xinhua)
  • Xi bets on Macau (Trivium China)
  • Chinese president proud of Macau's achievements, progress (Xinhua)
  • Tibet

  • Wang Yang tells Tibetan Buddhists to be Chinese (Trivium China)
  • Tibet the solution for India's border strategy (Asia Times)
  • Panchen Lima: China says boy picked by Dalai Lama now a college graduate (AP)
  • Gedhun Choekyi Niyima: Tibetan Buddhism's 'reincarnated' leader who disappeared aged six (BBC)
  • Why there are two Panchen Lamas, and one is missing (The Economist)
  • Former Tibetan political prisoner dies from torture in prison (AsiaNews)
  • Op 'tweetalige' scholen in Tibet wordt Tibetaans steeds meer een bijvak ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Tibetan children denied mother-tongue classes (Human Rights Watch)
  • 80th anniversary of Dalai Lama’s enthronement (AFP)
  • Tibet basically eliminates absolute poverty (Xinhua)
  • Xinjiang

  • China's genocide machine in Xinjiang (Gatetsone Institute)
  • MPs urge Home Office to grant refugee status to all Uighurs arriving in UK (BBC)
  • Palestinians: We support China's Muslim concentration camps (Gatestone Institute)
  • China Uighurs: A model's video gives a rare glimpse inside internment (BBC)
  • US imposes sanctions on Chinese 'state-within-a-state' linked to Xinjiang abuses (AFP)
  • China’s Muslim Uighurs are stuck in US immigration limbo ($$WSJ, apkmetro.com)
  • Chinese Ambassador to the UK slams Western media lies on Xinjiang related issues (Global Times)
  • Chinese supplier of Australian train parts accused of using Uighur labour vows to fight US blacklisting (The Guardian)
  • Top EU official slams Volkswagen as 'complicit' in Chinese oppression of the Uyghur minority (Politico)
  • Forcibly sterilised, ordered to have abortions and their husbands taken away to gulags (Mail Online)
  • 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

  • Chinese soccer commentators fired for thanking Covid-19 for infecting rival Super League player (SCMP)
  • A Chinese billionaire behind bars. And his wife, who kept the empire together (SupChina)
  • Bearing no malice: Pompeo denies Pooh-poohing Xi (AFP)
  • US-China: Pompeo dog photo has netizens asking if US is toying with China (BBC)
  • To solve the country's surplus of bachelors: Should Chinese women have multiple husbands? (SupChina)
  • Chinese organ recipients form band to carry on foreign donor's music dream (CGTN)
  • China's 'longevity city' records 500 centenarians (Xinhua)
  • Shanghai New Year drone display was pre-recorded (BBC)
  • Beijing’s bizarre war on dogs (Asia Times)
  • China’s pork crisis: local banks offer meat to new customers with African swine fever set to continue (SCMP)
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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