Laatste nieuws

  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • Trump said China told banks to stop dealing with North Korea. China says that's not true (AP)
  • Western contempt for China turns to panic (Asia Times)
  • Pakistani president invites Tajikistan to join CPEC's trade route (Xinhua)
  • China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequences (AP)
  • Xi Jinping says a dark shadow looms over the world after years of peace (The Guardian)
  • China announced the successful launch of 8,000 water clean-up initiatives in first half of 2017 (Futurism)
  • KLM vergroot greep op Chinese markt met WeChat Pay (Financieel Dagblad)
  • Chinese media warn Trump's war of words with North Korea could spiral out of control (The Guardian)
  • Video: A look at Chinese navigator Zheng He's east African destination in Kenya (Xinhua)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Four reasons why China’s credit rating downgrade matters (South China Morning Post)
  • China’s bullet trains expedited to world top speed (People's Daily Online)
  • China en route to driverless-car road testing (Caixin)
  • Why China is so confident. Life is getting better. It's a good time for reform (Bloomberg)
  • Top China Bitcoin exchange to stop trading (BBC)
  • What the West gets wrong about China's economy (Foreign Affairs)
  • China's currency rebounds as economic optimism returns (The New York Times)
  • China's Internet of Things industry exceeds 900 billion yuan (Xinhua)
  • Making sense of capacity cuts in China (The Economist)
  • Beijing bans new bikes as sharing schemes cause chaos (BBC)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Israeli private consumption boom creates greater market potential for Chinese commodities (Xinhua)
  • China's millennials are driving world travel growth (Bloomberg)
  • Unilateralism challenges global trade system: Chinese official (Xinhua)
  • China remains Israel's fastest growing source of tourists (CNTV)
  • Airbus opens first overseas wide-body jet plant in China (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Premier Li hopes for Singapore support in high-speed railway (Xinhua)
  • Could China’s AIIB loans deepen Pakistan's economic woes? (Asia Times)
  • Venezuela publishes oil prices in Chinese yuan (Reuters, Global Times)
  • Foreign automakers not named GM gear up for EV production in China (SupChina)
  • Istanbul ready to cooperate with China under Belt and Road Initiative (Xinhua)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • China moves to restrict oil exports to N.Korea (Xinhua)
  • China stopt export olie naar Noord-Korea (De Telegraaf)
  • Chinese FM says China 'anchor for world peace' (Xinhua)
  • Some creative ways to deal with North Korea (The Washington Post)
  • Kim Jong Un calls Trump ‘mentally deranged US dotard,’ setting off scramble for dictionaries (Market Watch)
  • China promotes blue partnership with island countries (Xinhua)
  • South Korea approves aid to North Korea, North calls Trump 'barking dog' (Reuters)
  • Trump announces new US economic sanctions targeting North Korea over nuclear program (The Washington Post)
  • VS pakken betaalverkeer Noord-Korea aan (Financieel Dagblad)
  • China's central bank tells banks to stop doing business with North Korea: sources (Reuters)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Alaska sees natural gas new catalyst for closer ties with China (Xinhua)
  • In Beijing and Abu Dhabi, signs of Bannon's continued influence (The New York Times)
  • Secret meeting with Steve Bannon in Beijing adds to speculation over Wang Qishan's future (South China Morning Post)
  • Trump shows ‘America First’ is utterly incoherent (The Washington Post)
  • The Chinese still think Javanka are useful (Sinocism)
  • China to Trump: That speech on North Korea was really unhelpful (The Washington Post)
  • Time for US to push back on China's economic bullying of allies (Asia Times)
  • Unmasked: Trump Doctrine vows carnage for new axis of evil: North Korea, Iran, Venezuela (Asia Times)
  • Donald Trump's war doctrine débuts, at the UN (The New Yorker)
  • Why China won't pressure North Korea as much as Trump wants (The New Yorker)
  • China - Europa

  • Once German risk passes, China and the EU are waiting in the wings (Market Watch)
  • China fund buys British chipmaker (The Times)
  • EU officials praise China's Belt and Road Initiative (Xinhua)
  • European business loses hope on China market opening (SupChina)
  • European group urges China to actually open up markets like it says it will (CNBC)
  • China raises concern over EU investment screening initiative (Xinhua)
  • EU tilts to China in climate fight amid signs of Trump softening (Bloomberg)
  • EU plan to curb Chinese takeovers risks 'trade war' (Financial Times)
  • Europe urged to 'grasp the chance of Belt and Road' (China Daily)
  • In Europe, a call to innovate and build batteries, or lose more jobs to China (Automotive News)
  • China - Nederland

  • Dutch official calls on more businesses to get on board China Railway Express to Europe (Xinhua)
  • Shanghai-based Dutch journalist leaves as newspaper concedes fabrications (Global Times)
  • NRC-correspondent Oscar Garschagen verlaat krant na journalistieke fouten
  • NRC ontslaat China-correspondent na 'ernstige fouten' (NU.nl)
  • Dutch newspaper fires correspondent in China for making fake news (Xinhua)
  • China not a mystery, says Dutch blogger who follows Chinese social media trends (Xinhua)
  • Both sides at fault in fake story spat about NRC Handelsblad correspondent in China (Global Times)
  • China correspondent of Dutch newspaper accused of fabrications (People's Daily Online)
  • Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad has come out in defense of its China correspondent, Oscar Garschagen (Sixth Tone)
  • News assistant alleges a Dutch journalist in China practices 'fake news' (Sinocism)
  • Politiek

  • China Focus: CPC success based on faith, discipline, democracy (Xinhua)
  • Interview: Communist Party of China leads Chinese people to prosperity (Xinhua)
  • Man receives nine-month jail sentence over ISIS joke on WeChat (SupChina)
  • Xi Jinping's family values (China Policy Institute)
  • Reliving China's Long March ahead of party congress (Reuters)
  • China security chief calls For artificial intelligence system to predict terrorism (Shanghai Expat)
  • Chen Quanguo: The strongman behind Beijing's securitization strategy in Tibet and Xinjiang (The Jamestown Foundation)
  • China Communist Party Youth Twitter account prompts abuse (BBC)
  • Ai Weiwei: ‘Without the prison, the beatings, what would I be?' (The Guardian)
  • Liu Xiaobo’s last text (The New York Review of Books)
  • Maatschappij

  • China has one of the lowest murder rates in the world (People's Daily Online)
  • Video: Six years old, 16-hour workdays - the making of a child star in China (Caixin)
  • China's leftover men (China Policy Institute)
  • Shanghai police turn to facial recognition software to catch misbehaving cyclists (South China Morning Post)
  • Xi stresses prevention, control of major risks (Xinhua)
  • Aging Asian population brings challenges but also opportunities: Deloitte (Xinhua)
  • Sina Weibo removes smoking cigarette emoji, says it’s ‘not cool anymore’ (SupChina)
  • Ten-year travel ban imposed on one of China’s ‘Feminist Five’ (SupChina)
  • Smoking remains one of China’s burning problems (Financial Times)
  • China to improve digital reading resources for visually impaired (Xinhua)
  • Militaire zaken

  • US bombers stage North Korea show of force (BBC)
  • US bombers, jet fighters fly off N.Korea coast: Pentagon (Xinhua)
  • Japan braces as North Korea threatens hydrogen bomb test in Pacific (The Guardian)
  • Caught in the middle: How the North Korean threat is ultimately Seoul’s problem (Brookings)
  • Smart chart: Tracking North Korea's missile program (Caixin)
  • China, India, North Korea and Pakistan expanding their nuclear arsenals (AP)
  • China: 'No more new nuke countries' (Global Times)
  • ‘Sound of a dog barking’: North Korea ridicules Trump threat (The Guardian)
  • Donald Trump threatens to 'totally destroy' North Korea in UN speech (The Guardian)
  • Trump just made it harder to get North Korea to give up nukes (The Washington Post)
  • Cultuur

  • Village replicates Van Gogh’s Sunflowers on side of hill (Global Times)
  • Why a leaky old temple has the Chinese Internet in an uproar (Sixth Tone)
  • Restoring color to China's Terracotta warriors (Xinhua)
  • Hip hop takes centre stage in China for the first time (BBC)
  • China to be world's largest film market by 2020 (Xinhua)
  • Beijing International Book Fair opens with heavy Belt and Road presence (Xinhua)
  • China builds high-speed rail tunnel under Great Wall (Global Times)
  • Paris's Pompidou Centre to open gallery in Shanghai (AFP)
  • China tightens regulation of private museums (Xinhua)
  • Chinese Confucius museum to house over 700,000 relics (Xinhua)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China's quest for 'world class' universities triggers spending spree (Caixin)
  • China builds world-class astronomical base in Tibet (Xinhua)
  • China strives for world-class universities, courses (Xinhua)
  • China concentrates on sci-tech innovation (Xinhua)
  • China stresses CPC leadership over universities (Xinhua)
  • Siemens, Tsinghua to jointly set up robotics research center in Beijing (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China steps up efforts to support innovation (Xinhua)
  • How I help students cheat their way to academic success (Sixth Tone)
  • With many Chinese talents returning home, China gets set to overtake the US in technology breakthroughs (Global Times)
  • China building world’s biggest quantum research facility (South China Morning Post)
  • Milieu

  • Rush for donkey skins in China draws wildlife traffickers (National Geographic)
  • China's sweeping pollution crackdown puts chill on economy (Caixin)
  • China set for world's largest clean coal power system by 2020 (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Peking legt bouwprojecten aan banden voor schonere lucht (NOS)
  • Asia's glaciers to shrink by a third by 2100, threatening water supply of millions (AFP)
  • China plans nationwide ethanol use by 2020 (quick-news.cn)
  • Video: China plans nationwide use of ethanol by 2020 (CGTN)
  • Guess how many years smog takes off your life In Northern China (Shanghai Expat)
  • To win war against air pollution, give factories incentives to grow greener (Caixin)
  • Ordos, the fight against desertification (Xinhua)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Death toll rises to 17 in China landslide (Xinhua)
  • 16 dead, more than 500 injured as Typhoon Hato batters South China (Global Times)
  • Teen's death at Chinese internet addiction camp sparks anger (BBC)
  • China transport: Deadly coach crash at road tunnel, killing at least 36 people 9BBC)
  • At least 19 dead in Chinese earthquake (BBC)
  • Deaths in China’s Sichuan quake rise to 13, including tourists (Reuters)
  • Xi urges all-out relief work after 7.0-magnitude quake hits SW China (Xinhua)
  • China launches emergency response to Sichuan quake (Xinhua)
  • Suspect caught in connection to fatal Jiangsu house fire (Xinhua)
  • 19 killed in south China road accident (Xinhua)
  • Schandalen

  • North Korea said to be revitalising African wildlife trafficking (Financial Times)
  • China hit by financial scam 'epidemic' (BBC)
  • What fallen officials did to get ahead and avoid getting caught (Caixin)
  • From sea to a sea of words: Poet ensnared as China shuts down commemoration of Liu Xiaobo (China Change)
  • Two Chinese executives sentenced to life prison for ponzi scheme (SupChina)
  • Whistleblower leads to 'mass grave' of diseased pigs (Caixin)
  • Experts refute claims about Chinese secrecy regarding organ transplants at Geneva congress (Xinhua)
  • Pirated movies: Younger generations in China are now developing a stronger copyright consciousness (Global Times)
  • Poet Wu Mingliang detained after commemorating Liu Xiaobo (Amnesty International)
  • UN: China blocks activists, harasses experts (Human Rights Watch)
  • Sport

  • Sports development in perfect harmony with China Dream: President Xi (Xinhua)
  • China's money men prove fluent in English football’s first language (Guardian)
  • Chinese Super League clubs told to clear debts or risk competition ban (BBC)
  • Chinese whispers scarce after rules put brakes on Chinese Super League’s megastar transfers (The Guardian)
  • President Xi's soccer reform plan may help create virtuous circle (Global Times)
  • China's government tightens its grip on golf, shuts down courses (NPR)
  • Lionel Messi theme park to open in China in 2019 (World Tourism Cities Federation)
  • China loses to Netherlands 4-14 to finish 6th at Women's Water Polo World League Super Final (Xinhua)
  • Ping pong ding-dong: China champion sued over casino debts (BBC)
  • Video: Chinese football clubs face 100% foreign player tax (BBC)
  • Taiwan

  • Taiwan out of the UN: Unfair to Taiwan and harmful to global interests (China Change)
  • Taiwan suspends oil exports to North Korea, imports of clothing (Reuters)
  • There is only one China, and there is only one Taiwan (ChinaFile)
  • Taiwanese activist pleads guilty to Chinese subversion charges (AFP)
  • Taiwan premier resigns to help shore up president's falling popularity (Reuters)
  • New Southbound policy has been a success, Taiwan says (Asia Times)
  • China warns US ahead of Taiwan defense minister's brief visit (Reuters)
  • Kwomintang pulls pro-unification plank from party platform (South China Morning Post)
  • New Kuomintang chairman reaffirms 1992 Consensus on one-China policy (China Daily)
  • The lonely struggle of Lee Ching-yum, wife of Taiwan human rights activist who disappeared in mainland China (The New York Review of Books)
  • Hongkong

  • 'One country, two systems' demands that Hong Kong discuss the independence question (South China Morning Post)
  • China urges UK to stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs (Global Times)
  • Jail time tests mettle of Hong Kong democrats (Financial Times)
  • Woman confronted by Hong Kong students after ripping off pro-independence posters (SupChina)
  • China's former richest man now banned from Hong Kong's business world (CNBC)
  • Hong Kong replaces BBC world radio with Chinese broadcaster (BBC)
  • Hong Kong activists fear Chinese anthem law is latest curb on freedom (The Guardian)
  • My week in Lucky House: the horror of Hong Kong's coffin homes (The Guardian)
  • Britain cannot shirk its duty to defend Hong Kong from China's authoritarianism (New Statesman)
  • Hong Kong protest: Thousands march for jailed activists (BBC)
  • Macau

  • 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)
  • Adelson settles lawsuit with ex-head of China casino unit
  • The casino city where staff keep disappearing
  • China more than triples Macau's size with new maritime jurisdiction
  • Tibet

  • Ethnic Tibetans are major beneficiaries of China’s environmental projects: Chinese embassy in UK (The Guardian)
  • Tibetan herders learn to preserve protected antelopes (Xinhua)
  • Melting glaciers lead to expanding lakes in Tibet: scientists (China Plus/CCTV)
  • China steps up warning to Botswana over Dalai Lama visit (Reuters)
  • China warns Botswana over Dalai Lama's visit in August (Phayul.com)
  • China is challenged on bid for Unesco heritage status in Tibetan area (The New York Times)
  • Tibetan cuts own throat in Lhasa freedom protest (Radio Free Asia)
  • China to select 10,000 volunteer teachers to Xinjiang, Tibet (Xinhua)
  • Japan reminded of China's 'grave concerns' about Tibet (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • US representatives, Dalai Lama take aim at China sore spot Tibet (AP)
  • Xinjiang

  • News about Uighur scholar Ilham Tohti on the third anniversary of his sentencing: no news (China Change)
  • China runs region-wide re-education camps in Xinjiang for Uyghurs and other Muslims (Radio Free Asia)
  • Frontier injustice: Inside China's campaign to 're-educate' Uyghurs (The Globe and Mail)
  • China's tiny Muslim community provokes giant anti-Islam backlash (US Today)
  • Ghost cities haunt stability dream in far west China (AFP)
  • Senior official stresses technology in fighting terrorism in Xinjiang (Xinhua)
  • China targets Turkic, Muslim ethnic groups for detention, additional security checks (Radio Free Asia)
  • Police in Italy detain Uyghur exile group leader at China's behest (Radio Free Asia)
  • Video: Film shows Muslims in 'unseen China' (BBC)
  • Video: Egypt's Uighurs fear deportation to China (BBC)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • 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)
  • World's longest desert highway starts operation (CCTV.com)
  • Chinese police detain eight ethnic Mongolians amid dispute over grassland (Radio Free Asia)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Chinese sex doll rental service suspended amid controversy (BBC)
  • World's oldest captive panda Basi dies in China (BBC)
  • New father's 'name game' goes viral (Xinhua)
  • China’s trendiest hotpot chain is winning praise for admitting it ran a rat-infested kitchen (Quartz)
  • Pictures: See dogs and cats receiving acupuncture in China (The Washington Post)
  • Woman leaves car blocking neighborhood gate, returns to find it on roof (Shanghaiist)
  • Smog monitors of the world unite! Marxism meets ozone science in awkward Chinese academic paper (South China Morning Post)
  • Expat's shoeless feet raises stink among Chinese netizens (The Beijinger)
  • China bans weird and long company names (BBC)
  • Chinese man caught transporting two human arms (BBC)
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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