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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • China to Europe: Stand by yourself (Trivium China)
  • Factbox: List of 31 Chinese companies designated by the U.S. as military-backed (Reuters)
  • Resignation of HK opposition lawmakers pitiful, ridiculous (Global Times editorial)
  • TikTok challenges Trump order ahead of US divestment deadline (FT)
  • Xi calls for inheriting, developing traditional opera (China Daily)
  • China must play part in preserving world order that US isolationism imperils ($$SCMP)
  • Beijing bans personal pilgrimages to Mecca for Chinese Muslims ($$SCMP, MSN)
  • Xi's ten commandments for Shenzhen (Trivium China)
  • China's dangers of victory (Settimana News)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China pensions crisis sparks ‘no pay’ warning (Asia Times)
  • Lessons from China’s decision to halt Ant Group’s giant IPO ($$FT, The Finance Info)
  • Old habits die hard: How to improve the Party's leadership over the economy (Trivium China)
  • Xi's aim to double China's economy is a fantasy ($$FT, AsianPolyglotView)
  • State Council to boost consumption: automobiles, home appliances and furniture, food and beverages (Trivium China) 19 nov 2020
  • Covid brings China's high-growth rental industry to its knees (FT)
  • Covid brings China's high-growth rental industry to its knees (FT)
  • No grain no gain (Trivium China)
  • China declares early victory in 2020 job creation goal, but questions linger over data (SCMP)
  • Huawei breaks an arm for survival (Trivium China)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Multiplying Amazon river ports open new Brazil-to-China commodities routes (Dialogo Chino)
  • Chinese expansion with a Portuguese face (Dialogo Chino)
  • North Korea’s trade with China is in freefall, rapidly approaching zero: customs ($$NK News)
  • The G-20 didn't do much for poor nations. They need debt relief, especially from China ($$The Washington Post, MSN)
  • China debt: Beijing may cut Belt and Road lending due to domestic pressure, to ensure future of project (SCMP)
  • Xi touts sustainable development at G20 (Trivium China)
  • Saudi Arabia and Russia in tight race to become China's top oil supplier in 2020 (Reuters)
  • Beijing-based development bank AIIB to target healthcare in Asia (FT)
  • Xi proposes pandemic 'firewall,' free trade for world economic recovery (Xinhua)
  • Xi: China to consider joining TPP (NHK)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Amid US chaos, China lures Japan and Korea (Asia Times)
  • Chinese tech companies write off India (FT)
  • India used the anti-China card twice (Asia Pacific Daily)
  • China quietly fuels India and Pakistan's next conflict (Asia Times)
  • Wang Yi walks the Tokyo tightrope (Trivium China)
  • China blacklist strands more than 50 Australia coal cargoes (Bloomberg)
  • India bans 43 apps: China warns of 'damage' to relations (CNN)
  • Understanding China's foreign policy: A look at President Xi's recent regional meetings (China Briefing)
  • Japan protests China's island incursions during FM visit (AP)
  • China sends a message with Australian crackdown (FT)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Generation forever war: Biden’s national security picks herald return to hawkish normalcy (The Intercept)
  • A roadmap for stabilizing Sino-American relations (Project Syndicate)
  • US general describes 'China threat' in space as Chang’e-5 lunar mission heats up rivalry ($$SCMP, MSN)
  • Biden cannot afford to repeat Trump's mistake of leaving Southeast Asia to China ($$SCMP, MSN)
  • China says lodged stern representations with the US over Iran-related sanctions (Reuters)
  • Xi congratulates Biden on election as US president (Xinhua)
  • The Cybersecurity 202: China is likely to be Biden’s biggest cybersecurity challenge ($$The Washington Post, MSN)
  • Risk of US-China 'shooting war' in S.China Sea is growing, Philippine defense secretary warns (Newsweek)
  • US-China trade war: Trump gives one last twist (BBC)
  • Biden's foreign policy: the return of American exceptionalism (FT)
  • China - Europa

  • Boris Johnson's Conservatives are burning bridges with China ($$Bloomberg, MSN)
  • Xi speaks with Merkel (Trivium China)
  • China eyes at forging closer ties with Greece (China Daily)
  • Germany frets over its corporate dependency on China (FT)
  • UK should tilt foreign policy to Indo-Pacific region, report says (The Guardian)
  • China loses its lustre among Europeans but doors remain open: survey ($$SCMP, sg.news.yahoo.com)
  • China's challenging year in Europe (Echowall)
  • EU must assert autonomy in face of US-China dominance, says Macron (The Guardian)
  • China's thirst for luxury keeps Eastern Europe cranking out cars ($$Bloomberg, MSN)
  • Chinese mission to EU on HK measures: Public office holders pledging allegiance is common practice (Xinhua)
  • China - Nederland

  • How China made the Netherlands question the free market (Bloomberg)
  • Chinese FM calls on China, Netherlands to set example for free trade, mutual openness, fair competition (Xinhua)
  • Opvallende samenwerking Huawei met Amsterdamse universiteiten: ‘We doen het niet alleen voor het geld’ ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Chinese toeristen blijven weg, en zij niet alleen (Trouw)
  • Amsterdamse universiteiten werken samen met omstreden techgigant Huawei (FD)
  • Gebrek aan nuance in China-discussie: laat gesprek niet over aan pandahuggers en China-bashers (Elsevier Weekblad)
  • KLM resumes Shanghai-Amsterdam passenger flights (Xinhua)
  • China's invloed op onderwijs in Nederland (Clingendael)
  • Kabinet steekt miljoenen in techbedrijf om het uit Aziatische handen te houden ($$FD)
  • China bant varkensvlees uit Nederland (Boederij)
  • Politiek

  • China mulls new rules on foreigners to 'prohibit religious extremism' (CNN)
  • Why Xi Jinping’s muscular approach in Tibet, Xinjiang and Hong Kong will backfire ($$SCMP, Uyghur Human Right Project))
  • Media policy in China: Red convergence (China Media Project)
  • Reinventing China (Inside Story)
  • China’s extralegal detentions undermine Xi’s rule of law ambitions ($$SCMP)
  • Under Xi's leadership, China champions rule of law on journey to modernization (Xinhua)
  • Xi’s big push on 'rule of law' (Trivium China)
  • Chinese war drama pulled for disrespecting history (FT)
  • Xi urges rules-based governance (Trivium China)
  • Une Chine qui voit (plus) loin ? (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Maatschappij

  • Officials in China abhor money-worship. A dating show glorifies it ($$The Economist)
  • China pensions crisis sparks 'no pay' warning (Asia Times)
  • No granny left behind (Trivium China)
  • Mission accomplished: It’s official – China has eliminated extreme poverty (Trivium China)
  • Motherhood is still a career killer for Chinese women, new research finds (SupChina)
  • In China zijn dochters ineens welkom, ondanks én dankzij de eenkindpolitiek ($$de Volkskrant)
  • China’s achievements for food security and poverty alleviation are extraordinary: FAO expert (People's Daily Online)
  • China delists all remaining poverty-stricken counties (Xinhua)
  • China gives musical talent show a virtual makeover (BBC)
  • China now allows over-70s to apply for driving licenses (Xinhua)
  • Militaire zaken

  • Ready for battle (Trivium China)
  • A new defence agreement between Australia and Japan raises as many questions as it answers (Inside Story)
  • Malabar 2020: A show of force on China’s doorstep (Asia Times)
  • Type 075 amphibious assault ship spotted on doorstep of South China Sea, near Taiwan island (Global Times)
  • Malabar naval drills to increase geopolitical risks in the region (Global Times)
  • Preparing for war? (China Media Project)
  • China vows to build ‘fully modern army’ by 2027 as Beijing policy meeting ends on defiant note ($$SCMP)
  • Sabres rattling in Beijing: With the Taiwan dilemma deepening, Australia might be forced to take a stand (Inside Story)
  • How the US and India became brothers in arms (Asia Times)
  • US-India military alliance comes into view (Asia Times)
  • Cultuur

  • China gets back stolen cultural relics from UK (Shine)
  • 27-meter-long Ming Dynasty painting sells for $76 million to become most expensive ancient Chinese painting sold at auction (Global Times)
  • China clamps down on climbing 'wild Great Wall' (BBC)
  • Xi stresses better understanding Chinese civilization through archaeology (Xinhua)
  • Ancient Chinese poets: Poems without an 'i' (The NY Review of Books)
  • China launches campaign to promote Putonghua (Xinhua)
  • Chinese cartoons gain international appeal (Shine)
  • Nong who? Learning Shanghainese in a city dominated by Mandarin (Shine)
  • Tech, etymology add fun to 'hanzi' learning (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Fotograaf Xiaoxiao Xu toont het hedendaagse leven rond de eeuwenoude Chinese Muur ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • Moon mission: China's Chang'e-5 launch aims to collect lunar rocks (CNN)
  • China launches Chang'e-5 to collect, return moon samples (Xinhua)
  • China has given experimental COVID-19 vaccines to one million people (SupChina)
  • China sets launch window for mission to moon (Reuters)
  • China prepares to launch mission to collect moon rocks (The Guardian)
  • Blikvanger op Chinese techbeurs: jezelf testen met een intelligente wattenstaafjesmachine ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Covid-19: Chinese vaccine 'successful in mid-stage trials' (BBC)
  • China leapfrogs world with first 6G experimental satellite (Asia Times)
  • China ranks 1st in 4 major areas of scientific research (China Daily)
  • China’s race to find a vaccine gathers pace after pause in Brazil trial ($$SCMP)
  • Milieu

  • China's economic recovery jeopardises Xi's climate pledge (FT)
  • Ma Jun: China has started to 'walk the walk' on climate crisis (The Guardian)
  • Climate change: China's coal addiction clashes with Xi’s bold promise (FT)
  • Climate change: how China can achieve its pledge of zero emissions (FT)
  • China environment ministry calls for end to aluminium sector's move west (Reuters)
  • Xi pledge sparks rally in 'clean energy' shares ($$FT, The Finance Info)
  • 60 pct of China's buses go electric amid clean energy push (Xinhua)
  • Crisis in the Galapagos: Chinese fishing fleets and COVID-19 threaten a natural wonder (LA Times)
  • Klimaatdoelen China zijn een PR-stunt op hoog niveau: Xi wil wereldleiderschap
  • Subsidies for renewable energy capped (Trivium China)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • New theories call for global COVID origin-tracing efforts (Global Times)
  • Coronavirus: Chinese authorities lock down Inner Mongolian city and order mass tests in Tianjin after new cases emerge (SCMP)
  • More regions report cold-chain virus contamination as Customs tightens screening (Global Times)
  • China heightens guard against imported virus (Trivium China)
  • China suspends cold-chain food imports due to COVID-19 cluster (Xinhua)
  • China not worried about winter COVID-19 resurgence (Trivium China)
  • China’s top cities on high alert over Covid flare-ups (Asia Times)
  • China brings in new disinfection rules for cold chain food imports (YiCai)
  • China seeks to flip the script on Covid blame game (Asia Times)
  • Bahrain approves Chinese COVID-19 vaccine for front-line workers (Al-Monitor)
  • Schandalen

  • Covid vaccine rush in China raises fears of booming black market (Bloomberg)
  • Nigerian minister apologises for China built train breakdown (Punch)
  • A grassroots dissident's brief account of prison mistreatment (China Change)
  • How China's e-commerce giants enable illegal online gambling ($$Caixin, Sixth Tone)
  • Citizen journalist facing jail in China for Wuhan Covid reporting (The Guardian)
  • China brings back 7,831 graft fugitives (Xinhua)
  • Ex-gangster's Belt and Road bluff ($$The Wire)
  • Chinese 'cartels' quietly operating in Mexico, aiding US drug crisis (Fox News)
  • Apple puts key contractor on probation over labor abuses in China ($$NYT, The Investors Roundtable)
  • China's Sinovac vaccine trial halted in Brazil (BBC)
  • Sport

  • Maradona in China: when Deng Xiaoping invited him to play in Beijing and footballer turned the Chinese leader down ($$SCMP)
  • Budding skiers hit indoor slopes ahead of China's 2022 Winter Olympics (Reuters)
  • IOC president: The Olympics are about diversity and unity, not politics and profit. Boycotts don't work (The Guardian)
  • England's Premier league sues China partner for $215.3 million (Bloomberg, Caixin)
  • Irrelevant fitness tests inject chaos into 2020 Chinese national sporting championships (SupChina)
  • Englands' Premier League scores China broadcast deal with Tencent (Reuters)
  • Human rights groups protest Beijing 2022 Olympics (SupChina)
  • Premier League rights: China deal terminated with immediate effect (BBC)
  • Beijing's Workers' Stadium razed as China eyes World Cup bid (AFP)
  • Uighur group urges IOC to reconsider 2022 Beijing Winter Games venue (Reuters)
  • Taiwan

  • China firmly opposes official US-Taiwan exchanges, military contacts (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China confirms watch list targeting Taiwan independence backers (Bloomberg)
  • China will respond to US admiral visit to Taiwan (Reuters)
  • US admiral's undercover visit to Taiwan certain to annoy China ($$SCMP, MSN)
  • US, Taiwan step up economic cooperation in new dialogue (AP)
  • Taiwan says Trump cabinet member to visit, angering China (Reuters)
  • Chinese mainland vows zero tolerance towards 'Taiwan independence' (CGTN)
  • Pro-China TV station in Taiwan ordered off air over disinformation (The Guardian)
  • Beijing prepares Taiwan blacklist (Trivium China)
  • US, Taiwan to sign MOU on strategic economic cooperation (CNA)
  • Hongkong

  • Reports of Hong Kong's death are greatly exaggerated ($$NYT, News Crater)
  • With pro-Beijing media setting Hong Kong’s red lines, Carrie Lam’s policy address offers little hope ($$SCMP, MSN)
  • Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong 'held in solitary confinement' (HK Free Press)
  • Video: Hong Kong activists face jail after guilty plea (Reuters)
  • Joshua Wong and fellow activists plead guilty in Hong Kong protests trial (BBC)
  • Families of detained Hong Kong dozen protest on island near Chinese prison (Reuters)
  • Hong Kong: 'Eyes will be plucked out,' China warns West (BBC)
  • Five Eyes allies call on China to reverse ban on Hong Kong pro-democracy legislators (Reuters)
  • Loss of an opposition in Hong Kong's Legislative Council is a tragedy for the city ($$SCMP, Hong Kong News)
  • Hong Kong national security law pits judges against justice officials in activist's trial (The Guardian)
  • Macau

  • Photo exhibition featuring Hong Kong protest images shut down in Macau (The Guardian)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Tibet

  • Tibet under Chinese military occupation, says US (India Today)
  • Tibetan separatist leader’s visit aims to serve multi US purposes (Global Times)
  • Xi Jinping orders advancing construction of rail line in Tibet, close to Arunachal Pradesh (PTI, India)
  • Xi calls construction of Sichuan-Tibet railway significant to national unity, border stability, economic development (Global Times)
  • China wants to build a Tibet with more wealth and less buddhism (Bloomberg)
  • Construction of Sichuan-Tibet railway to boost local development and border stability (Global Times)
  • In Tibet, China preaches the material over the spiritual (Reuters)
  • China urges US to stop undermining Tibet's development, stability (Xinhua)
  • Beijing's motives for crushing Tibetan language (Asia Times)
  • US' Tibet coordinator 'a vain try' (Global Times)
  • Xinjiang

  • The camps in Xinjiang are a global problem (The Nation)
  • Famous Uighur bard's new poem emerges from gulag (Axios China)
  • China dismisses pope's comments about 'persecuted' Uighurs (The Hill)
  • 'Evidence' of Muslims being suppressed 'utter nonsense', Xinjiang officials say (China Daily)
  • Malaysia stands firm on not deporting Uygurs, risking Beijing's anger ($$SCMP, MSN)
  • China's Xinjiang shakes off absolute poverty (Xinhua)
  • China Muslims: Volkswagen says 'no forced labour' at Xinjiang plant (BBC)
  • ICC Uighur genocide complaint backed by parliamentarians around world (The Guardian)
  • Freedom of religious belief is guaranteed in Xinjiang: Xinjiang Islamic Association (Party-controlled) (CGTN)
  • Activists hail Canadian parliamentary committee report on Uighur 'genocide' (VoA)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • Inner Mongolia party leader blames local officials over protests (AsiaNews)
  • Communist Party officials in Inner Mongolia lambasted for poor handling of education reform ($$SCMP, Yahoo)
  • Inner Mongolia, Uyghurs launch fresh salvo against Han supremacy (The Economic Times, India)
  • Xi Jinping is fighting a new enemy - Genghis Khan (Bitter Winter)
  • China's push for Mandarin education in Inner Mongolia is a tool for political repression (The Conversation)
  • Mongolian students share support for Inner Mongolia protests by making a 46-foot-long banner (Kealakai)
  • Four senior figures in Inner Mongolia under graft probe (Caixin)
  • Thousands held in Inner Mongolia as crackdown on language protesters continues (RFA)
  • Inner Mongolians Pressured to Sinicize Their Children (Bitter Winter)
  • Why the world should care about language in Inner Mongolia (The Diplomat)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Leading Chinese supermarket chain apologizes for ‘fat-shaming’ size chart (SupChina)
  • Chinese county reconsiders threat to ban dog walking after backlash (The Guardian)
  • British diplomat leaps into river to save drowning woman in China (The Guardian)
  • China is a restless, brutally unequal place - but the tea is excellent (The Economist)
  • Poets urged to catch up with times in new era (China Daily)
  • Man arrested after showering commuters with money from 30th-floor window (The Guardian)
  • De hardnekkige kriebelhoest van Chinese leider Xi Jinping gaat in coronatijd direct viraal ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Swedish artist depicts Xi Jinping as 'Bat-man', the man who allowed the Wuhan virus to spread (AsiaNews)
  • 'Smart' male chastity device can be controlled by hackers, users warned (AFP)
  • China's factories pull in the profits by making Trump merchandise (FT)
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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