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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • China defends its vaccines, says leaders of over 30 countries publicly vaccinated (CGTN)
  • Xi Focus: Advancing people's democracy in China (Xinhua)
  • China's crackdown on Didi is a reminder that Beijing is in charge (NYT)
  • 100th anniversary of the Party who killed 50 million (Bitter Winter)
  • 'Christianity loves the Party' exhibition unveiled in Shanghai (Biter Winter)
  • Film crew shares stories behind making of '1921' (Shine)
  • Black gold: Black soil is the ‘giant panda of arable land' (Trivium China)
  • China sees a world in chaos as an opportunity in its struggle with the West (SCMP)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Making common prosperity look easy: common prosperity pilot zone in Zhejiang (Trivium China)
  • Cashier-less store chain Convenience Bee has huge plans (SupChina)
  • Why are China's billionaires suddenly feeling so generous? (Al Jazeera)
  • Huawei's plan to snatch Alibaba’s cloud crown ($$Caixin)
  • China's economy slowing, youth unemployment rising (AsiaNews)
  • China warns of economic uncertainty despite moderate recovery in Q2 (FT)
  • China's economic growth slows in the second quarter (WSJ)
  • China is killing its tech golden goose (Project Syndicate)
  • Why China is going after its tech giants (ChinaFile)
  • Cyberspace Administration mandates cybersecurity review for most overseas IPOs (Trivium China)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China's economic dominance in Central Asia grows (AsiaNews)
  • China's CCPC takes centre stage in Iran, Venezuela oil trade (Reuters)
  • Understanding Alibaba, is it better than Amazon? (Seeking Alpha)
  • China's Tencent agrees to buy UK video games firm Sumo for more than £900m (The Guardian)
  • Hard choices ahead for China as it again leads global recovery (SCMP)
  • Pakistan detains five Chinese trawlers for alleged illegal fishing (The Guardian)
  • Pakistan detains five Chinese trawlers for alleged illegal fishing (The Guardian)
  • The China trade may be just starting to unravel ($$Bloomberg)
  • China's rival to Boeing and Airbus set to join battle for the skies (FT)
  • What happens if Chinese household wealth is unleashed on the world?
  • Internationale Relaties

  • How China exports repression via a network of spies (Pro Publica, Asia Times)
  • Foreign journalists harassed in China over floods coverage (The Guardian)
  • Political virus also needs origin-tracing: Chinese FM (Xinhua)
  • Chinese Embassy in Cambodia refutes false report by Reuters on Mekong River data 'hacking' (Global Times)
  • De Taliban beloven China van alles, en omgekeerd, maar elkaar vertrouwen doen ze niet ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Operation Fox Hunt: How China exports repression using a network of spies hidden in plain sight (ProPublica)
  • China is pushing Japan to take on a growing military role in Indo-Pacific (FT)
  • Chinese oil companies fill void in Iraq (Al-Monitor)
  • China calls meeting with NZ officials over 'Cold War' mentality (RNZ)
  • Chinese hackers stole Mekong data from Cambodian foreign ministry - sources (Reuters)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • US accused of demonising China in high-level talks (BBC)
  • China is waging war on the US. Biden whispers in response (Washington Examiner)
  • US accused of 'demonising' China as high-level talks begin in Tianjin (The Guardian, AFP, AP)
  • US-China relations: Washington blamed for rising tensions in Sherman meeting (SCMP)
  • Biden races to unite allies against China knowing sooner or later an explosion will occur (The Guardian)
  • How mainstream US media outlets make a U-turn on virus 'lab leakl theory (Global Times)
  • The dangers of decoupling (Project Syndicate)
  • US is not superior to other nations, says Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (Global Times)
  • US cyberattack on petition calling for Fort Detrick lab probe should be condemned (Global Times editorial)
  • Washington should learn a lesson from China’s reciprocal sanctions (Global Times editorial)
  • China - Europa

  • More discriminatory moves against Chinese firms will sour China-UK economic ties (Global Times)
  • China's nuclear power firm could be blocked from UK projects (PA Media)
  • Britain's risky gamble in South China Sea (SCMP)
  • The EU-US Tech Council shouldn't just focus on China (Brookings)
  • Responsible coexistence with autocracies: Merkel meets Biden and German businesses devise strategy (MERICS)
  • European Parliament endorses report on new China policy (MERICS)
  • EU joins partners in criticizing China-linked cyber attacks (MERICS)
  • Western anti-China propaganda and infiltration campaign expands to children and teenagers: observers (Global Times)
  • Nolympics (Beijing to Britain)
  • Why Europe's Baltic states can brush off China ($$SCMP)
  • China - Nederland

  • Arnhem verbreekt stedenband met Wuhan vanwege behandeling Oeigoeren (NRC)
  • Port of Rotterdam announces attendance at major events in China (Xinde Marine News)
  • Ook in de Nederlandse collegezaal luistert de Partij mee (Follow the Money)
  • Spionage uit China en Rusland jaagt IT-kosten bedrijven omhoog (FD)
  • De Chinese versie van de waarheid verovert de wereld, verhaal voor verhaal, te beginnen bij het AD ($$de Volkskrant)
  • The 'Xinjiang is a good place' video exchange was successfully held in the Netherlands (nl.china-embassy.org)
  • Chinees in het voortgezet onderwijs: de stand van zaken (china2025.nl)
  • ASML vreest dat dieven gestolen bedrijfsgeheimen gaan exploiteren in China (FD)
  • Huawei verdwijnt uit de kern van Nederlandse telecomnetwerken (FD)
  • 49 years Sino-Dutch diplomatic relationship (LinkedIn)
  • Politiek

  • Documentary: Le monde de Xi Jinping (Arte)
  • Rescuing China's muzzled past, one footnote at a time (NYT)
  • Xi Jinping set out to save the Communist Party. But critics say he made himself its biggest threat (CNN)
  • British analyst envisions overthrow of Xi Jinping (VoA)
  • British analyst envisions overthrow of Xi Jinping (VoA)
  • Karaoke in China: Religious songs forbidden (Bitter Winter)
  • How to understand Chinese politics through data ($$SupChina)
  • China's looming succession crisis (Foreign Affairs)
  • Catholic bishop and 10 priests detained in Henan (Bitter Winter)
  • As disaster strikes, Xi takes the headlines (China Media Project)
  • Maatschappij

  • When will China open its borders? Non-Chinese vaccines might speed up the answer ($$SCMP)
  • China has a 'lying flat' youth problem (Asia Times)
  • A hand up: a program for China’s disabled population (Trivium China)
  • Bow-chicka-wow-wow: boosting the birthrate (Trivium China)
  • China's cyberspace watchdog vows to address 'underage influencers' phenomenon (Xinhua)
  • China releases decision on third-child policy, supporting measures (Xinhua)
  • Chinese internet firms bow to public pressure, easing work length (Global Times)
  • China's labor force shrinking, but workforce quality expanding (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China has 183m underage internet users: report (Xinhua)
  • Chinese influencer's death after liposuction highlights dangers of plastic surgery (SupChina)
  • Militaire zaken

  • UK would be prudent not to send warship within 12 miles of Chinese territory (Global Times)
  • UK Strike Force joins Indian and Quad navies to put a stamp on Indo-Pacific (Hindustan Times)
  • 'We are in the same boat': Japan urges Australia to join forces to address challenge of China (The Guardian)
  • UK warships' S.China Sea tour 'threatens China politically more than militarily' (Global Times)
  • PLA holds drills in all major Chinese sea areas amid consecutive US military provocations (Global Times)
  • China: the forgotten nuclear power no more (Asia Times)
  • China begins military flights from disputed South China Sea bases (The Washington Times)
  • China's law on conscription under revision (The Interpreter)
  • Xi Jinping is mobilizing China for war, possibly with nukes (Gatestone Institute)
  • China's new mystery submarine sure looks weird (Popular Mechanics)
  • Cultuur

  • Les utopies de Cao Fei (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • China's women filmmakers are embracing their stories. Moviegoers are loving it (NYT)
  • Video: China's changes through one man's lens (BBC)
  • Ai Weiwei on colonialism and statues, Churchill, China and Covid (The Guardian)
  • Shanghai's dynamic art scene (Brookings)
  • Oscars 2021: Chloé Zhao, from 'outsider' to Hollywood history-maker (BBC)
  • China builds nearly 600,000 cultural centers in villages (Xinhua)
  • China's bookstores are making a comeback (SupChina)
  • Zhang Yimou's first spy film to hit US theaters day-and-date with China (Xinhua)
  • NFTs in Beijing - 'Who gets to decide the value of art?' (FT)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • A death blow to shadow schooling (Trivium China)
  • From Yangtze to Mars: The fiery history of China's space program (Vice)
  • China issues guidelines to ease burden of young students (Xinhua)
  • China starts to crack on need for mRNA vaccines (Asia Times)
  • Wuhan lab leak claim goes against science: official (Xinhua)
  • China's universities produce millions of graduates each year, but many can't get a decent job and end up unemployed or in factories (SCMP)
  • British-branded schools in China forced to teach Beijing curriculum in bid to ensure ‘right’ thinking ($$The Telegraph)
  • China's first 'space rice' that made round trip to moon yields grain (Global Times)
  • China's crackdown on pricey tutoring schools upsets parents (VoA)
  • China's space agency has released five new images from Mars (Daily Mail)
  • Milieu

  • Xi Jinping should take the Zhengzhou floods as a warning from China's history (The Guardian)
  • China's coal use expected to drop to 51% by 2025 (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China is carrying out the world's largest climate migration program ($$Bloomberg)
  • China opened a national carbon market. Here's why it matters (NYT)
  • Climate change: 'China net zero', a question of when, not if (Trivium China)
  • Panda's rise shows biodiversity improving (China Daily)
  • China marks 25% of its territory for environmental protection (Reuters)
  • Research center on Xi's thought on ecological progress established (Xinhua)
  • China's Belt and Road Initiative should stop financing new coal power (FT)
  • Video: Enorme zandstorm hult Chinese stad in duisternis (nu.nl)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • 'The virus is winning': China's rebuff of WHO's new Covid probe alarms experts (Politico)
  • Virus on rise in eastern Chinese city of Nanjing (AP)
  • Death toll rises to 63 in China's rain-ravaged Henan (Xinhua)
  • Typhoon In-Fa sweeps into China after flooding chaos (BBC)
  • 14 dead, 26 injured in warehouse fire in northeast China (Xinhua)
  • Death toll rises to 56 from heavy rain in China's Henan (Xinhua)
  • China floods: Henan mother dies after saving baby from mudslide (BBC)
  • China floods: thousands trapped without fresh water as rain moves north (The Guardian)
  • China floods: death toll climbs as questions raised over preparedness (The Guardian)
  • China rejects WHO's plan to investigate Covid-19 origin (Reuters)
  • Schandalen

  • Video: WHO call for COVID probe 'shocking', China says (Fox News)
  • China is stepping up its deception and denial in investigations of covid-19 ($$The Washington Post)
  • Video: Chinese health officials shocked by WHO Covid-19 origin study (AP)
  • Chinese official denies Wuhan Institute of Virology workers caught COVID (Newsweek)
  • China denounces the WHO's call for another look at the Wuhan lab as 'shocking' and 'arrogant' (NYT)
  • Microsoft: Chinese authorities slam 'groundless' hacking claims (BBC)
  • Pandemic, penalties aside, bribes go on at China hospitals (AP)
  • Supreme People's Court's chief under investigation for corruption (Weixin)
  • WHO chief says it was 'premature' to rule out COVID lab leak (AP)
  • Censors erase father's grief after Shenzhen factory suicide (China Digital Times)
  • Sport

  • Nationalist sentiment rises as China off to strong start at Tokyo Olympics (CNN)
  • Chinese embassies, netizens fire back at Western media over biased Olympics coverage (Global Times)
  • Diplomatic boycott of Beijing Olympics: Now, make it a reality (Bitter Winter)
  • China slams Olympic boycott call, 'politicization of sports' (AP)
  • Why are Chinese tech brands flocking to Euro 2020? (BBC)
  • Wat doen die reclameborden met Chinese tekens bij dit EK voetbal? ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Politicians push Beijing Winter Olympics 'diplomatic boycott' across 11 Western countries (SCMP)
  • China labels Nancy Pelosi 'full of lies' after call for Winter Olympics boycott (The Guardian)
  • China denounces US warship transit through Taiwan Straits (CGTN)
  • Pelosi calls for US and world leaders to boycott China's 2022 Olympics (Reuters)
  • Taiwan

  • Halifax security forum organizers to stage January conference in Taiwan, just weeks before controversial Beijing Olympics (The Globe and Mail)
  • The risk of a war over Taiwan is growing. Here's how to deter Beijing ($$The Washington Post)
  • Taiwan, Lithuania grow ties despite pressure from Beijing (AP)
  • This train crash killed 49 people. It didn't have to happen (NYT)
  • How far would Japan really go to defend Taiwan? (Asia Times)
  • PLA holds beach assault drills after US military aircraft's Taiwan island landing (Global Times)
  • Unveiling Liberty Times, DPP's secessionist mouthpiece and bellwether (Global Times)
  • Taiwan, Beijing and the US: has Japan chosen a side? (SCMP)
  • Taiwan to invest $300m in grad schools to stem chip brain drain (Nikkei Asia)
  • US, Taiwan could face sudden blow at any time in Taiwan Straits (Global Times editorial)
  • Hongkong

  • China imposes sanctions on US officials in response to US sanctions on Chinese officials in Hong Kong (BBC)
  • FM spokesperson's remarks on China's decision to impose sanctions on US individuals and entity (fmprc.gov.cn)
  • Yuen Long attack: Hong Kong court gives seven jail time (BBC)
  • Five arrested in Hong Kong for sedition over children's book about sheep (AFP)
  • Hong Kong anti-doxing bill to allow blocking of social media access (FT)
  • Triad-linked assailants jailed for HK protest attack (Asia Times)
  • National security law: list of Apple Daily arrests grows as police detain executive editor-in-chief (SCMP)
  • Pro-Beijing lawmaker claims hit Hong Kong TV show featuring same-sex romance violates China’s national security law (HK Free Press)
  • Companies in Hong Kong fear being crushed between China and US (FT)
  • Books on Xi and CPC gain attention in HK (China Daily)
  • Macau

  • Interview: Now Macau's pro-democracy politicians face a Hong Kong-style crackdown (HK Free Press)
  • China bans pro-democracy candidates in Macau elections (The Guardian)
  • Macau bans 21 democrats from legislative elections (HK Free Press)
  • Macau closing office in Taipei amid rising Chinese pressure (AP)
  • Press freedom in Macau's gambling hub under spotlight as China ramps up scrutiny (Reuters)
  • 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)
  • Coronavirus: World's biggest gambling hub reopens for business (BBC)
  • Why Jewish refugees in World War II fled safety of Shanghai for Macau (SCMP)
  • Tibet

  • Xi Jinping visits Tibet border region, first by Chinese leader in years (The Hindu)
  • Xi Jinping makes first visit to Tibet as president (Agencies)
  • China targets another region in ethnic assimilation campaign: Tibet (WSJ)
  • Tibetans defy China to celebrate Dalai Lama's birthday online (VoA)
  • Draconian sentences for Tibetan monks after monastery raid (China Digital Times)
  • Blinken extends warm wishes to Dalai Lama on occasion of his 86th birthday (US Department of State)
  • Prime Minister Modi's birthday greetings to the Dalai Lama and why they are significant (The India China Newsletter)
  • Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama celebrates 86th birthday (AP)
  • Tibetan monk in Sichuan: 4 ½ years in jail for chatting with his sister (Bitter Winter)
  • Don’t ignore the plight of Tibet under the Chinese Communist party (The Guardian - Letters)
  • Xinjiang

  • Room for 10,000: Inside China's largest detention center (AP)
  • China can lock up a million Muslims in Xinjiang at once (BuzzFeed)
  • Chinese suppliers to Apple, Nike shun Xinjiang workers as US forced-labor ban looms (WSJ)
  • One by one, my friends were sent to the camps (The Atlantic)
  • Kodak deletes photos of Xinjiang over controversy (Global Times)
  • US bluntly tells China it's responsible for torture, rape, imprisonment in Xinjiang ($$Newsweek)
  • Human rights in Xinjiang: Knock, knock. It's the United States (Trivium China)
  • US Senate passes bill to ban all products from China's Xinjiang (Reuters)
  • China locks up Xinjiang's Uyghur businessmen; 'In their eyes, we are all guilty' (WSJ)
  • Erdogan, Xi discuss Uyghurs in phone call (Reuters)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • Sweden stops deportation of Inner Mongolian dissident (Safeguard Defenders)
  • Top political advisor urges accelerated efforts in promoting Putonghua in N.China's Inner Mongolia (Global Times)
  • Wang Yang tours Inner Mongolia, says unity is more important than autonomy (Trivium China)
  • Xi Jinping tells authorities in Inner Mongolia to 'solve ethnic problems' and promote use of Mandarin (AFP)
  • Xi Jinping tells Inner Mongolia's NPC deputies to put Mandarin first in schools ($$SCMP)
  • Netizens shocked by high-profile corruption case in Inner Mongolia involving head of economic zone (Global Times)
  • Why critics are asking if Inner Mongolia is the next Tibet or Xinjiang (intellinews)
  • N.China's Inner Mongolia passes regulation to promote ethnic unity (Global Times)
  • Inner Mongolia requires ethnic schools to use standard Chinese language for certain subjects (Global Times)
  • Inner Mongolia lifts 802,000 people out of poverty in 5 years (Xinhua)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Valentine International to ship entire whisky distillery from Scotland to China (The National)
  • Parents who never stopped searching reunite with son abducted 24 years ago $$NYT)
  • Man expects to be reunited with his abducted son after 24 years (Global Times)
  • A Chinese film removes scenes featuring a young Mao Zedong ($$The Economist)
  • Hong Kong husbands say boy band Mirror are ruining marriages by stealing their wives' hearts in viral Facebook group posts ($$SCMP)
  • Chinese Communists' 100th anniversary proves a boon for black market traders (FT)
  • Man's never-ending quest to attend college (Shine)
  • China's care for wandering elephants mirrors adorable national image the West can't distort (Global Times)
  • Shanghai gallery removes exhibit ranking women 'prettiest to ugliest' (BBC)
  • Law school lecturer in China suspenden for advocating polygamy (PTI)
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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