Laatste nieuws

  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • Did China undermine Ukraine's peace summit? (China in Eurasia)
  • Cold War II grand strategy (ChinaTalk)
  • Opinion: Russia is now a Chinese colony - while still foolishly dreaming of empire (The Hill)
  • Tianxia is embedded in China's cultural genes (Shine)
  • Why China is sabotaging Ukraine (Foreign Affairs)
  • China's rise, missed opportunities, knots and Western new nationalism (Appia Institute)
  • Beijing gains support for its peace initiative after dismissing Ukraine summit invitation (UBJ)
  • Sleepwalking toward WWIII in the South China Sea (Asia Times)
  • Zelenskyy accuses China of helping Russia undermine peace summit (NPR)
  • China won't allow cold or hot war in Asia-Pacific, Chinese Defence Minister Dong Jun says (CMP)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • What's the real size of China’s economy? (Asia Times)
  • Bullet trains on major high-speed railway in China operate at 350 km/h (Xinhua)
  • Prof. Lu Feng on Chinese overcapacity (Sinification)
  • China is testing more driverless cars than any other country (NYT)
  • China's glut of idle property causes headache for the government (The Guardian)
  • Seeing is believing: IMF upgrades China's near-term prospects (China by Numbers)
  • Les quatre « non » Pourquoi Xi Jinping ne vient-il pas à la rescousse de l’économie chinoise ? (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • China's home de-stocking push to bring developers little cheer (Reuters)
  • Why won't Xi Jinping fix China's dreadful economy? (Foreign Policy)
  • Guess who's angry at China's real estate bailout: homeowners (NYT)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Australia's trade with China surges to record level after tariffs lifted (FT)
  • China's lust for durian - world's smelliest fruit - is creating fortunes in Southeast Asia (NYT)
  • China's unsustainable surplus (Appia Institute)
  • China's exports surge as trade tensions near boiling point (NYT)
  • China’s economic strategy is not about overproduction, dumping (SCMP)
  • China's plan to sell cheap EVs to the rest of the world (FT)
  • Chinese lithium giant's Chile headache telling of growing global resource protectionism ($Caixin)
  • Apple and Tesla win lawsuits as Beijing projects ‘rule of law’ (SCMP)
  • With guns out in South China Sea row with China, Philippines eyes 'robust, stable' trade ties ($SCMP)
  • China's economy cannot export its problems away ($Project Syndicate)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Middle East: The US is leaving, China is coming, and other overused tropes (The China-MENA Newsletter)
  • Philippines says navy personnel injured in confrontation with China coast guard (AP)
  • In South China Sea dispute, Philippines' bolder hand tests Beijing (Reuters)
  • Ecuador suspends visa waivers for Chinese citizens over irregular migration (CNN)
  • China's Global Security Initiative: A new promise for global stability (Shine)
  • Chinese premier calls China, Australia a close community of shared interests (Xinhua)
  • South China Sea: Why are Vietnam-China tensions flaring? (DW)
  • Don't be fooled by the pandas and the wine, a chill remains in the Australia-China relationship (The Guardian)
  • Albanese-Li meeting not all peaches and cream (Asia Times)
  • China to include Australia in list of unilateral visa-free countries (Xinhua)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • China to see biggest millionaire exodus in 2024 as many head to US (Nikkei)
  • US cheats more than China on free and fair trade (Asia Times)
  • Ex-Trump adviser urges him to cut economic ties with China, restart nuclear tests (Bloomberg)
  • US support for the Philippines in the South China Sea (U.S. Department of State)
  • China's 170 million spy balloons and other Venus fly traps (Gatestone Institute)
  • US military sowed disinformation to undermine trust in Chinese vaccines (SCMP)
  • US military still has an edge, but China is catching up with hi-tech weapons ($SCMP)
  • Sinovac hits back over reported US campaign to discredit China's Covid-19 vaccine (SCMP)
  • Sleepwalking toward war (Foreign Affairs)
  • In China's backyard, America has become a humbler superpower (NYT)
  • China - Europa

  • Facing EV tariffs, China threatens pork imports from Europe (NYT)
  • BYD: China's electric vehicle powerhouse charges into Europe (The Guardian)
  • China targets EU pork in new anti-dumping investigation after Brussels' EV action ($SCMP)
  • Chine – Europe, l'histoire se répète (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Come sarà la missione di Meloni in Cina? (Start Magazine)
  • Europe needs Chinese investment ($Project Syndicate)
  • Beijing responds as Europe strikes blow to China's economy (Newsweek)
  • China deplores EU plan to impose provisional duties on Chinese EVs (Xinhua)
  • EU to put tariffs of up to 38% on Chinese electric vehicles as trade war looms (The Guardian)
  • EU slaps additional import duties of up to 38% on Chinese EVs ($Nikkei)
  • China - Nederland

  • Felle Chinese taal na incident met Nederlands fregat in de Oost-Chinese Zee ($de Volkskrant)
  • Chinese gevechtsvliegtuigen omsingelen Nederlands marineschip en helikopter: 'Potentieel onveilige situatie' ($de Volkskrant)
  • Chinese spies target Dutch industries to strengthen military, intelligence agency says (Reuters)
  • Dutch set to comply with US demands on China exports (Reuters)
  • Tech war: China quietly making progress on new techniques to cut reliance on advanced ASML lithography machines (SCMP)
  • China extends invitation to Dutch companies for 7th CIIE (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping warns Dutch leader Mark Rutte not to put up barriers after ban on chip technology exports to China (SCMP)
  • Chinese premier holds talks with Dutch PM (gov.cn)
  • Rutte looks back on a 'successful visit to China' (X)
  • Questions over ASML services 'grave intervention' in market norms (Global Times)
  • Politiek

  • Ten years of Xi Jinping's 'National Security Concept': 'it's Marxism in practice' (Bitter Winter)
  • Xi plans a 'second integration' between China and marxism (Bitter Winter)
  • Early Rain Church member detained for commemorating Tiananmen (Bitter Winter)
  • A cartoon cat has been vexing China's censors – now he says they are on his tail (BBC)
  • ChatXiPT: Cyberspace Administration of China gets a taste of its own medicine (ChinaTalk)
  • Petitioner Village (China Change)
  • As China's Internet disappears, 'we lose parts of our collective memory' (NYT)
  • 35 years ago, the Tiananmen massacre: How it prepared Xi Jinping's China (Bitter Winter)
  • China and Hong Kong reportedly detain dissidents before Tiananmen Square anniversary (The Guardian)
  • 'Lying flat-ism': Is the Party under Xi 'governing people to death'? (CLM)
  • Maatschappij

  • Xi'an looks for joint efforts to address 'bachelor problem' in rural areas (China Daily)
  • China marriages fall to 'norm' in first quarter after active 2023, threatening productivity as population ages (SCMP)
  • China releases regulation governing cyber violence to create healthy online ecosystem (Global Times)
  • China wants to fine-tune personal data protection, but doors to government access remain open (SCMP)
  • Renai Church's elder in serious health conditions in jail (Bitter Winter)
  • Chinese civil servant's complaint about life in remote desert posting stirs debate about public service versus personal freedom (SCMP)
  • China's private pension system attracts over 60 mln people: ministry (Xinhua)
  • China's Covid-19 response rallied the public up until Shanghai lockdown: study (SCMP)
  • China moves to improve social credit system (Xinhua)
  • Yan Zhengxue: Persecuted Chinese Christian artist dies at age 80 (Bitter Winter)
  • Militaire zaken

  • Map shows reach of China's nuclear-capable missiles (Newsweek)
  • Nuclear warning issued over Chinese arsenal (Newsweek)
  • The US wants to decouple its military supplies from China – but can it? ($SCMP)
  • China's global military base strategy taking shape (Asia Times)
  • China's maritime militia: the shadowy armada whose existence Beijing rarely acknowledges (The Guardian)
  • No breakthrough, no breakdown at Shangri-La (Asia Times)
  • The historic missions of the People's Liberation Army under Xi Jinping: The military's role in the 'New Era' (CLM)
  • China, Qatar agree to promote military cooperation (Xinhua)
  • Sasakawa keeping China-Japan military lines open (Asia Times)
  • China's move to expel Australian naval helicopter over Yellow Sea reasonable, safe, legal: defense spokesperson (Xinhua)
  • Cultuur

  • Les débuts de la « saga » chinoise du Puy du Fou, le plus grand spectacle immersif au monde (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • 'Emotional power': China's Covid wounds reopened in tense, divisive 'An Unfinished Film' (SCMP)
  • Jia Zhangke's latest film: Caught by the Tides review – two-decade relationship tells story of China's epic transformation (The Guardian)
  • Two poems, four years in detention: the Chinese dissident who smuggled his writing out of prison (The Guardian)
  • Five of the best books to understand modern China (The Guardian)
  • Liu Cixin: 'I'm often asked – there's science fiction in China?' (The Guardian)
  • Wereldwijd kromp de kunstmarkt vorig jaar, maar in China werd juist veel méér uitgegeven aan kunst ($de Volkskrant)
  • China's Nobel winning novelist Mo Yan targeted by growing band of online nationalists (SCMP)
  • China's top-rating drama for 2023: life and death in China's rustbelt (Inside Story)
  • Ai Weiwei's 'Zodiac' is a mystical memory tour (NYT)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • Putting China's science surge in proper perspective (Asia Times)
  • Night schools becoming popular in China (China Daily)
  • Record 13.42m Chinese students take fiercely competitive college exam (Xinhua)
  • China's spacecraft takes off from moon with first samples from lunar far side (Xinhua)
  • China says its spacecraft lands on Moon's far side (BBC)
  • The moon matters to China (The Spectator)
  • China set to ease controls on genetic resources to plug biotech innovation gap ($Caixin)
  • Foreign awards meet growing cynicism in China (SCMP)
  • What China seeks on the far side of the moon (Asia Times)
  • Dodgy publications boost China's science stature (Asia Times)
  • Milieu

  • Brazil and China at 50: Green goals and trade realities (Dialogue Earth)
  • Over a third of urban Chinese live in sinking cities (Asia Times)
  • China launches ambitious mission to far side of the moon (The Guardian)
  • Xi thinks China can slow climate change. What if he's right? (NYT)
  • US-China competition to field military drone swarms could fuel global arms race (AP)
  • World Bank's funding of 'hog hotel' factory farms In China under fire over climate effect (The Guardian)
  • China braced for rise in air pollution deaths (The Guardian)
  • China's mega water diversion project benefits over 176 mln people (Xinhua)
  • China's emissions, efficiency targets under threat after falling short in 2023 (Reuters)
  • Africa's donkeys are coveted by China. Can the continent protect them? (NYT)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Ataque con cuchillo provoca 8 muertos y un herido en provincia china de Hubei (Xinhua)
  • Knife attack in Guixi city primary school leaves two dead (BBC)
  • 'Multiple students' harmed in China elementary school attack: state media (Newsweek)
  • China: At least two dead, 23 injured in hospital stabbing (BBC)
  • Death toll rises to 36 after road collapse (Xinhua)
  • 19 dead after road cave-in in south China's Guangdong (Xinhua)
  • Extreme weather in Guangzhou kills five and brings destruction to China’s industrial heartland (The Guardian, agencies)
  • Millions at risk of floods in China's Guangdong province after heavy rain (Reuters)
  • Water extraction and weight of buildings see half of China's cities sink (BBC)
  • Woman hospitalised after falling through travelator in China (BBC)
  • Schandalen

  • Adidas investigates bribery allegations in China (FT)
  • Disabled Falun Gong practitioner paken to horrific women's prison (Bitter Winter)
  • Prominent Chinese activists sentenced to up to 5 years on charges of 'inciting subversion' ($SCMP)
  • China investigates million-dollar fraud in children's charity foundation (Shine)
  • Tiananmen square anniversary: Hong Kong police detain artist who made sign in the air (The Guardian)
  • 49,000 telecom scam suspects extradited to China from Myanmar: police (Xinhua)
  • Last major Islamic-style mosque in China loses its domes (The Guardian)
  • Chinese tycoon Guo Wengui stole US$1 billion to fund luxury lifestyle, court told (Reuters)
  • Chinese citizen journalist who was imprisoned for reporting on COVID outbreak is released (AP)
  • Wuhan: How the Covid-19 outbreak in China spiraled out of control; Wuhan: A documentary novel – reviews (The Guardian)
  • Sport

  • Chinese swimmers twice tested positive for drugs. They kept on swimming (NYT)
  • 'Deeply concerned' with China doping allegations, US drug czar sends letter to anti-doping agency (AP)
  • Chinese doping case sparks unusually harsh spat between global and US drug-fighting agencies (AP)
  • China Anti-Doping Agency criticizes swimmer report as 'misleading' (Xinhua)
  • Top Chinese swimmers tested positive for banned drug, then won Olympic gold (NYT)
  • Organizers cancel runner's half marathon victory (Shine)
  • China looks to employ big data to tackle persistent misconduct in soccer ($Caixin)
  • Beijing half marathon hit by controversy as China's He Jie allowed to win (The Guardian)
  • The doping crisis set to test the Paris Olympics (WSJ)
  • Lionel Messi defends HK absence as China backlash continues (BBC)
  • Taiwan

  • That funny business about Taiwan and the US ($SCMP)
  • China going all-in on drone-led seizure of Taiwan (Asia Times)
  • China's war with Taiwan is already underway (Asia Times)
  • Wang Huning stresses China's resolve to shatter 'Taiwan independence' attempts (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping claimed US wants China to attack Taiwan (FT)
  • China views Taiwan's 'elimination' as national cause, Taiwan president says (Reuters)
  • China just showed how easily one of its massive drills around Taiwan could escalate into something worse (Business Insider)
  • US plans 'hellscape' strategy to deter China from invading Taiwan, says Indo-Pacific Command head (Knewz.com)
  • 'Short of war,' China’s gray zone strategy on Taiwan is gathering in intensity (The Washington Post)
  • US bulking up missile stocks for a Taiwan war (Asia Times)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong is 'slowly becoming a totalitarian state​', says UK judge (The Guardian)
  • Three arrested in Hong Kong for 'insulting' Chinese anthem at World Cup qualifier (AFP)
  • The shadow of Tiananmen falls on Hong Kong (The New Yorker)
  • 'We refuse to disappear': the Hong Kong 47 facing life in jail after crackdown (The Guardian)
  • US imposes visa restrictions on Chinese, Hong Kong officials over guilty verdicts in trial of pro-democracy organizers in HK (Reuters)
  • 'Hong Kong 47' trial: 14 pro-democracy activists found guilty of conspiracy to commit subversion (The Guardian)
  • 6 arrested over alleged sedition under Hong Kong's new security law (Hong Kong Free Press)
  • Business-first Hong Kong now comes with a catch: Beijing politics (NYT)
  • Spying arrests send chill through Britain's thriving Hong Kong community (NYT)
  • Lawmakers ask HK court to call them as witnesses in Jimmy Lai case (BBC)
  • Macau

  • No horse racing, please, we're Chinese: the end of a venerable tradition in Macau (Bitter Winter)
  • Hong-Kong-style National Security Law comes to Macau (Bitter Winter)
  • Macau facing increased restrictions under expanded security law (BBC)
  • Koning van de casino's en exclusieve reisjes verdwijnt voor achttien jaar in de Chinese cel ($de Volkskrant)
  • Alvin Chau: Macau gambling kingpin jailed for 18 years (BBC)
  • Macao casino revenue plunges 51% to 18-year low amid zero-COVID ($Nikei)
  • Mainland Chinese vaccine tourists flock to Macau for mRNA Covid jabs (FT)
  • Macau's MGM Cotai casino under lockdown after dealer infected (Nikkei)
  • Macau to broaden reach of national security law in response to Pelosi's Taiwan trip (RFA)
  • Macau begins 11th round of mass testing in worst COVID outbreak (Reuters)
  • Tibet

  • Pelosi in visit accuses China of trying to erase Tibetan culture (Bloomberg)
  • US lawmakers meet with Dalai Lama in India's Dharamshala, sparking anger from China (AP)
  • Tibet's fate in hands of Biden after Congress passes new bill (VieuwusGlobal)
  • Knieoperatie dalai lama in VS stelt Biden voor dilemma: hem ontmoeten of China te vriend houden ($de Volkskrant)
  • Children protest 'genocide tourism' to Tibet (Bitter Winter)
  • Released from arrest, tortured Tibetan Monk committed suicide (Bitter Winter)
  • Campaign against 'cults' launched in Lhasa - but what is a 'cult' in Tibet? (Bitter Winter)
  • Massive Chinese cyber espionage of Tibetan diaspora revealed (Bitter Winter)
  • A farce in Geneva: Seminar claims Tibet and Xinjiang are paradises of human rights (Bitter Winter)
  • China's Tibet offers college exam takers a spot if their parents invest $400,000 (Reuters)
  • Xinjiang

  • China has renamed hundreds of Uyghur villages and towns, say human rights groups (The Guardian)
  • China's ethnic policy chief slams 'ignorance of history' in Xinjiang assimilation claims (SCMP)
  • Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan: the man who came to Urumqi with a blue tie (Bitter Winter)
  • Morally rotten tomatoes: the Urumqi-Salerno 'train' has now arrived in Italy (Bitter Winter)
  • Is Turkish minister's Xinjiang visit an effort to draw a line under human rights claims? (SCMP)
  • Thailand accused of sending Uyghur and other refugees back to China (Bitter Winter)
  • Uyghurs, 'Me Too,; and the CCP (BItter Winter)
  • Uyghur stories: more than 5 tears in jail just for 'listening' to criticism of the authorities (Bitter Winter)
  • Beijing's culinary crusade: erasing Uyghur identity through food (ChinaFile)
  • 20 years of the World Uyghur Congress (Bitter Winter)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • Inner Mongolia emerges as model for Xi Jinping's ethnic affairs policy, but analysts warn of cultural 'erosion' (SCMP)
  • Podcast: Why is the Communist Party redoubling its assimilation efforts? (The Economist)
  • Christian inmate tortured in notorious Southern Mongolia prison (Bitter Winter)
  • Anti-religious social credit targets Southern Mongolian peasants (Bitter Winter)
  • China's push to create a single national identity. Inner Mongolia is the latest target (The Economist)
  • China kidnaps Southern Mongolian dissident in Mongolia (Bitter Winter)
  • Southern Mongolia: The CCP mobilizes traditional culture against religion (Bitter Winter)
  • Chinese deprogrammer in Inner Mongolia honored by Xi Jinping (Bitter Winter)
  • The not-so model minority: Xi Jinping's Mongolian crackdown (China Leadership Monitor)
  • Sweden stops deportation of Inner Mongolian dissident (Safeguard Defenders)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Dan's the man: Why Chinese women are looking to ChatGPT for love (BBC)
  • Pride before a fall: water pipe helps cherished waterfall in China stay flowing (The Guardian)
  • Xi Story: Illuminating the future of every child (Xinhua)
  • 'Let Japanese politicians drink radioactive waste water.' How nationalism helped a Chinese drinks firm rise – briefly (SCMP)
  • Chinese PR boss says sorry after glorifying work-till-you-drop culture (The Guardian)
  • China places 311 under administrative detention in 'air rage' crackdown (Xinhua)
  • Travel by bike, bring your own cup: China imposes a frugal life on public servants (WSJ)
  • Chinese internet amused by building that looks like sanitary pad (BBC)
  • 3 Body Problem: Lawyer sentenced to death for Lin Qi murder (BBC)
  • Mama's boys and marital strife are no joke in today's China (The Washington Post)
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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