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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • US envoy decries lack of response from Islamic world to China's attacks on Uighurs (The Guardian)
  • Watch: Crazy 5G police chase ad, now showing in China (Radii China)
  • Next Hambantota? Welcome to the Chinese-funded US$1.4 billion Port City Colombo in Sri Lanka (SCMP)
  • Mike Pompeo urges Tories to ask: 'What would Thatcher do?', again calls on UK to resist Huawei’s efforts to gain access to 5G network (The Guardian)
  • Harnessing the May 4th anniversary (Axios China)
  • China's imports slump sparks fresh fears about global economy (The Guardian)
  • Chinese Central Bank tells police to go after rumormongers (Trivium)
  • North Korea has 'no intention' of yielding to present US demands: vice FM (NK News)
  • Malaysia's Mahathir: green light for China-backed East Coast Rail Link - if price is right (SCMP)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China is running out of pork storage space (Trivium)
  • China’s aviation market on course for No. 1 (Asia Times)
  • China reduces high-risk financial assets by net $2 trillion: regulator (Caixin)
  • China Olympic venue eyes hydrogen fuel future worth US$24.6 billion a year (Yicai)
  • China’s cruise ship market could top the world (Asia Times)
  • China's central bank injects 35 bln yuan into the market (Xinhua)
  • China's father of electric cars says hydrogen is the future (Bloomberg)
  • 'Pigageddon' sees Chinese pork prices surge (Asia Times)
  • China to cover all villages with passenger car services by 2020 (Xinhua)
  • Stanford historian shows millions of relocated gravesites in China in new, interactive website (Stanford)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Here's how much a China slowdown would hurt Australia's economy (Caixin)
  • Li Keqiang tells foreign CEOs that China is open for business (Trivium)
  • China feels immediate threat from Facebook's Libra, seeing it as brand new challenge (coinness.com)
  • Nokia-baas: 'Het probleem van het westen is niet China, maar het westen zelf' ($$FD)
  • Musk: meer Tesla-fabrieken in China (Bloomberg, ANP)
  • Trade war threatens instability and deforestation in Latin America (Dialogo Chino)
  • Russia-China trade set to reach 200 bln USD: Russian minister (Xinhua)
  • Rare-earth exports fall 16% in May (China Daily)
  • Huawei strengthens foothold in Africa amid US ban (AFP)
  • China wants to share, Xi says (China Daily)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • China winning new Cold War on the Mekong (Asia Times)
  • China's Qu Dongyu beats EU candidate for FAO leadership (Euractiv)
  • Qu Dongyu becomes first Chinese national to head UN food and agriculture agency (AFP)
  • Sino-Russian relations: A new era? (Asia Dialogue)
  • Why Xi Jinping is courting Kim Jong-un ($$NYT)
  • Japan should end its two-faced policy toward China (Global Times)
  • Kim Jong-un stages a pageant in Pyongyang for Xi Jinping ($$NYT)
  • ASEAN vows to rush South China Sea code of conduct (ABS-CBN News)
  • Israel should work with China, despite its government and human rights abuses (the algemeiner)
  • Friendlier days for North Korea and China? Maybe not ($$NYT)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Trump and Xi walking on thin red lines (Asia Times)
  • The future of AI in US-China relations (Asia News)
  • Choosing sides in the trade war (Asia Times)
  • A fly-on-the-wall account of what China tells American bigwigs ($$The Economist)
  • China to uphold multilateralism, oppose protectionism at G20 Osaka summit (Xinhua)
  • US blacklists more Chinese tech firms (Trivium)
  • China says US and China should both make compromises in trade talks (CGTN)
  • People's Daily online commentary: China will not make concessions (People's Daily Online)
  • Australia accused of being too 'quiet' on UN human rights council over abusive nations (The Guardian)
  • Prolonged trade tension takes toll on US, says British economist (Xinhua)
  • China - Europa

  • Beijing leans on UK dons to praise Communist Party and avoid ‘the three Ts - Tibet, Tiananmen and Taiwan’ (The Times)
  • China-Europe Seminar on Human Rights held in Austria (chinahumanrights.org)
  • Chinese Embassy spokesperson's remarks on the so-called 'Human Rights Report on China' issued by the Swedish government (se.china-embassy.org)
  • FM: Ties with Europe remain on solid ground (China Daily)
  • Chinese minister Wang Yi waarschuwt tijdens bezoek Blok: Westen moet geen amok maken in Hongkong ($4de Volkskrant)
  • China-EU ties getting stronger (Xinhua)
  • Huawei: UK warned over sending 'bad signal' to China (BBC)
  • Airbus Tianjin set to ramp up A320 production (Asia Times)
  • Stronger China-EU ties inject stability into world economy (Xinhua)
  • Banning Huawei 'would cost EU operators $62m' (Asia News)
  • China - Nederland

  • Militaire toponderzoekers China halen kennis op in Nederland ($$ND)
  • Chinese ambassadeur in NL: 'China was een kind, nu is het volwassen' (nrc.nl)
  • Dutch FM Stef Blok to visit China (Xinhua)
  • Shanghai mayor meets Rotterdam counterpart (Shine)
  • MIVD-baas: 'Kijk uit voor Rusland en China' (De Telegraaf)
  • Sino-Dutch advanced materials forum is held (SCNU)
  • China, Netherlands see great cooperation potential in building green cities (Xinhua)
  • Innovation forum a success (Shine)
  • China-Europe Railway, Port of Rotterdam to extend multimodal transportation via Chengdu-Tilburg link (Xinhua)
  • Langverwachte China-strategie blijkt een 'diplomatieke Houdini-act' ($$FD)
  • Politiek

  • Party looks to improve governance in the countryside (Trivium)
  • Private businesses to see increased Party oversight (Trivium)
  • Enlightened one-party rule? Ideological differences between Chinese Communist Party members and the mass public (SAGE Journals)
  • Shanghai Film Festival cancels 'The Eight Hundred' (China Media Project)
  • Censorship casts shadow over China’s top film festival ($$Financial Times)
  • Authorities call for incineration of legal journal (China Media Project)
  • China frees church leader after 6 months in detention ($$NYT)
  • Chinese youth can't be blamed for their missing sense of history - they don't know any better (SCMP)
  • The social credit system is coming (Trivium)
  • Journalism sheds light in Russia and China. No wonder their despots hate it ($$The Washington Post)
  • Maatschappij

  • Hidden cameras cause widespread overhaul (Global Times)
  • Teacher's remains found buried under Chinese school after 16 years (BBC)
  • Over 1,100 rescued in multi-country operation against human abducting, trafficking (Xinhua)
  • China's lawyers association publicizes punishments on lawyers, law firms (Xinhua)
  • From foot-binding to feminism: a millennial charts China's rapid change (The Guardian)
  • Shanghai Sacred: inside China's religious revival – photo essay (The Guardian)
  • China: The perfect high-tech totalitarian state (Gatestone Institute)
  • China installs, upgrades 30,000 toilets for tourists since 2018 (Xinhua)
  • China builds world's largest credit reporting system to achieve orderly society (Global Times)
  • Zo stuurt en controleert China zijn burgers ($$nrc.nl)
  • Militaire zaken

  • South China Sea: Satellite image shows Chinese fighter jets deployed to contested island (CNN)
  • Hypersonic missiles are unstoppable. And they're starting a new global arms race ($$NYT)
  • China refutes US reports about 'Chinese military taking irresponsible actions in Djibouti' (Xinhuanet)
  • Why America needs a new way of war (Center for a New American Security)
  • International interest in China's FC-31 stealth fighter jet grows (Global Times)
  • Luo Yuan: US hegemonic moves 'force' China to seek its own trump cards (China Military Online)
  • Video: Russian and US warships almost collide in East China Sea (The Guardian)
  • Russian warship avoids collision with US cruiser in East China Sea: defense ministry (Xinhua)
  • US, China war drums put SE Asia on new edge (Asia Times)
  • China completes first seaborne rocket launch (China Plus)
  • Cultuur

  • Box office slows, cinema seeks way forward (Shine)
  • As China’s movie industry slumps, executives debate its future ($$Caixin)
  • Liu Cixin's War of the Worlds: A leading sci-fi writer takes stock of China's global rise (The New Yorker)
  • Signs of ritual pot smoking found in ancient Chinese graves (AP)
  • China to build global Confucius research center to promote traditional culture (Global Times)
  • The Jews of Shanghai, and its film industry (Shine)
  • Great Wall of China sets cap on number of daily visitors (that's)
  • How Berlin became an unlikely home for China's artists (The Atlantic)
  • Reading the world (Neocha)
  • Chinese musician Tan Dun looks to music to send a message of friendship to the US (Global Times)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China’s top talent now wants to work for rising domestic tech stars, not big brand multinationals (SCMP)
  • New guideline to improve high school education in China (Xinhua)
  • More Chinese supercomputers make world's top 500 (Xinhua),,
  • China reforms education to focus less on exams (Trivium)
  • More Chinese supercomputers make world's top 500 (Xinhua)
  • China issues guidelines on senior high school education reform (Xinhua)
  • Chinese universities continue rise in international rankings (China Daily)
  • 3.65 mln Chinese return after overseas study (Xinhua)
  • Academic Freedom: universities must take a stance or risk becoming complicit with Chinese government interference (The Conversation)
  • China to promote scientist spirit of new era (Xinhua)
  • Milieu

  • In China, life and death by a river dammed (Institute of Current World Affairs)
  • China continues to dispute mounting CFC pollution evidence ($$Caixin)
  • China wastes no time in garbage sorting (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping tells everyone to sort their trash (Trivium)
  • China denies emitting ozone-depleting gas (Asia Times)
  • How China's epic push for cleaner energy creates economic opportunity for the West (Brookings)
  • How China's epic push for cleaner energy creates economic opportunity for the West (Brookings)
  • White panda is spotted in China for the first time ($$NYT)
  • Food delivery apps are drowning China in plastic ($$NYT)
  • Ozone layer: Banned CFCs traced to China say scientists (BBC)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Swine fever is spreading from China to South-East Asia ($$The Economist)
  • China makes big step to control fall armyworm crop pest (Global Times)
  • Predatory stink bugs vs. armyworms: Radical solutions for China’s agricultural crises (SupChina)
  • Doden en gewonden bij aardbeving China (ANP)
  • Preventive effects of China-developed African swine fever vaccine confirmed (Global Times)
  • Death toll rises to 13 in southwest China boat accident (Xinhua)
  • Aporkalypse now: African swine fever hits the home of half the world’s pigs ($$The Economist)
  • 17 trapped in NE China iron mine flooding (Xinhua)
  • Dozens of people trapped in collapsed Shanghai factory (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • 11 killed, 2 injured in China construction site accident (Xinhua)
  • Schandalen

  • Beijing rights attorney Liu Xiaoyuan stripped of license after online photo (RFA)
  • Ex-Interpol chief pleads guilty to corruption, China says (BBC)
  • Bribes and backdoor deals help foreign firms sell to China's hospitals ($$NYT)
  • She thought she'd married a rich Chinese farmer. She hadn't ($$NYT)
  • High-profile corruption case of China's former securities regulator signals further anti-graft crackdown in financial sector (Global Times)
  • Whistle-blower judge in custody of anti-corruption agency and facing accusations of theft and fabrication (SCMP)
  • Former Yunnan leader surrenders in corruption probe ($$Caixin)
  • Pakistani Christian girls trafficked to China as brides (AP)
  • How a Chinese venture in Venezuela made millions while locals grew hungry (Reuters)
  • Eight Chinese and four Pakistanis arrested in Pakistan in fake-marriage scandal (AFP)
  • Sport

  • Xi Jinping's Taiwan policy and its impact on cross-strait relations (China Leadership Monitor)
  • Li Ke to be the first naturalized player in Chinese national soccer team (Xinhua)
  • Is naturalizing foreign players the cure for China’s ailing soccer development? (Global Times)
  • Lippi returns, but faces tough road to China's World Cup dream (Xinhua)
  • Little people, big ambitions: China trials football kindergartens (AFP)
  • Italian football federation set for talks over playing a Serie A match in China (AP)
  • Chinese football moves into a new era (Asia Times)
  • China's marathons race ahead (Caixin)
  • China has over 24,000 football-featured schools (Xinhua)
  • Beijing chosen for the 2022 Olympics because 'everything is easier with the dictatorships' (Asia News)
  • Taiwan

  • Protesters gather in Taipei, asking 'red media' to leave Taiwan (CNA)
  • Foxconn chooses head of chip unit to replace Terry Gou as chairman ($$Caixin)
  • Hong Kong a rising concern in both Washington, Taipei (Asia Times)
  • US envoy in Taiwan plays down talk of visit ban (Asia Times)
  • The Hong Kong protests could be a prelude to a big showdown over Taiwan (Slate)
  • What China’s defeat in Hong Kong tells us about the future of Taiwan ($$The Washington Post)
  • FBI training in Taiwan included intel-sharing (Asia Times)
  • Taiwanese companies hit by US-China trade war lured back home by Taipei (SCMP)
  • Marriage equality in Taiwan is a landmark move for the rest of the world ($$The Washington Post)
  • Why Taiwan is the most outspoken critic of Hong Kong’s extradition law (Quartz)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong an internal not international issue (Global Times)
  • Hong Kong teeters on edge of US sanctions (Asia Times)
  • Supporters urge HK leader to dump hated bill (Asia Times)
  • How Hong Kong's protesters harnessed the city to make their case to the world ($$The Washington Post)
  • Hong Kong sees an increase in people who want to leave, agents report (vaaju.com/uk)
  • Hong Kong’s elite fear extradition law could harm their reputation (The Guardian)
  • What is next for Hong Kong's protest movement? (Al Jazeera)
  • How Hong Kong's protesters harnessed the city to make their case to the world ($$Washington Post)
  • Hong Kong protesters disperse after blockade of police HQ (Reuters)
  • Five myths about Hong Kong ($$The Washington Post)
  • Macau

  • 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)
  • Hong Kong and Macau students will face compulsory military training at top mainland Chinese university for first time (SCMP)
  • 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)
  • Tibet

  • 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)
  • Nepal probes journalists for Dalai Lama news amid fears of growing Chinese influence (AFP)
  • How the Dalai Lama negotiated the future of his nation in exile (OZY)
  • Mystery surrounds kidnapped Panchen Lama (Asia Times)
  • The Panchen Lama turns 30, 24 years after he disappeared (AsiaNews)
  • Tibetan-Canadian coalition 'appalled' by fake letter from Trudeau promoting pro-China group (The Star, Vancouver)
  • Dalai lama weer opgeknapt na longontsteking(De Telegraaf)
  • China says Dalai Lama's successor must have its approval (PTI, India)
  • Xinjiang

  • US sanctions over Xinjiang’s Uygur internment camps are ‘ready to go’ except for Treasury hold-up due to trade war, sources say (SCMP)
  • Video: Faith in ruins - China's vanishing mosques (BBC)
  • Uighur author dies following detention in Chinese 're-education' camp (The Guardian)
  • Foreign ministry defends UN visit to Xinjiang (China Daily)
  • Video: Inside China’s 'thought transformation' camps (BBC)
  • Belgium's Beijing Embassy calls Chinese cops on Uighur family (Foreign Policy)
  • 'Deep concerns': US objects to UN counterterrorism chief's visit to Xinjiang (Reuters)
  • Xinjiang visit by UN counterterrorism official provokes outcry (Foreign Policy)
  • Risky partner: Top US universities took funds from Chinese firm tied to Xinjiang security (Reuters)
  • High-tech methods boost Xinjiang oilfield numbers (Asia Times)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • 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)
  • Ethnic Mongolian activist detained after tweet about land dispute (Radio Free Asia)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • What's in a name? (Trivium)
  • Restaurant customers get discount if they can make owner laugh (Global Times)
  • Chinese communists disciplined for letting statue of Chairman Mao topple over in strong winds (SCMP)
  • Authorities deny woman’s request to leave property to her dogs after she dies (Global Times)
  • Man detained in China for giving dogs 'illegal' names (BBC)
  • Mother says she thought $6.5m was a donation to Stanford (Global Times)
  • Man pays RMB 380,000 to clone his dog (the beijinger)
  • Game of Thrones: Chinese fans angry as censorship results in 'castrated' debut (AFP)
  • Still want to see Notre-Dame? Go to China (Asia Times)
  • Defying Chinese censorship: a comic dedicated to nakedness (The Guardian)
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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