Laatste nieuws

  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • Will Kim Jong-un trade his nuclear arsenal to rebuild economy? (The New York Times)
  • North Korea 'halts missile and nuclear tests', says Kim Jong-un (BBC)
  • It’s the US' turn to show sincerity to peninsula process: analysts (Global Times)
  • Why has Kim Jong-un halted North Korean tests now?
  • What to make of the upcoming Korean summit (The Economist)
  • North Korea drops troop demand, but US reacts warily (The New York Times)
  • Jaw-jaw better than war-war (New York Review of Books)
  • Aiming for a nuke-free Korea: bold diplomacy or dangerous delusion? (The New York Review of Books)
  • Kim Jong-un has a maximum pressure and engagement strategy of his own (Brookings)
  • US denuclearization timetable for North Korea unrealistic: observer (Global Times)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Xi leads China in building cyperspace strength (Xinhua)
  • After a good run of growth, China's economy braces for bumps (The Economist)
  • China's first quarter growth beats expectations at 6.8% (BBC)
  • Editorial: World watches whether China will fulfill promise of further opening (Caixin)
  • Local government debt stands at 16.61 trillion yuan ($2.64 trillion) (Agencies)
  • Services sector major economic driver (Global Times)
  • China to build Hainan into pilot free trade zone (Xinhua)
  • Xi says Hainan free trade zone shows China reform and opening up commitment (Caixin)
  • China's Communists rewrite the rules for foreign businesses (The New York Times)
  • China’s economy isn’t opening. It's closing - and it's hurting itself (South China Morning Post)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China threatens Australia with trade war (NZ Herald)
  • China's currency displacing the dollar in global oil trade? Don’t count on it (Brookings)
  • China to open up auto sector, even as it slaps new tariffs on animal feed (AP)
  • China, Japan eye Belt & Road cooperation (Global Times)
  • China, Japan hold breakthrough economic talks (Seeking Alpha)
  • Trump's trade war pushes Singapore to China (Asia Times)
  • Duterte's recent China trip yields 10,000 new jobs for Filipinos (Topix)
  • Build, build, build: Philippines, China sign six bilateral agreements (Manila Bulletin)
  • China's Uber has plans to take on the rest of the world (BBC)
  • Veteran China banker warns of 'Belt and Road' Risks ($$Caixin)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • India, China must find ways to cooperate economically (IAPS Dialogue)
  • Why is China's move to institutionalise foreign aid significant? (IAPS Dialogue)
  • China, Turkey should maintain high-level exchanges, deepen strategic mutual trust: Xi (Xinhua)
  • Corridor would link China, Nepal and India (China Daily)
  • Experts urge India to join trilateral cooperation with Nepal (Global Times)
  • Sri Lanka's Hambantota port: China’s $1 billion white elephant (Bloomberg)
  • Xi Jinping's two conflicting visions of China (Asia Times)
  • Harbored ambitions: How China's port investments are strategically reshaping the Indo-Pacific (C4ADS, United States)
  • Arab world needs Belt & Road (Global Times-Xinhua)
  • Heated rhetoric casts shadow over future of Australian companies in China (Global Times)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Sanctions are hurting North Korea. Can they make Kim give in? (The New York Times)
  • US human rights report labels Russia and China threats to global stability (The New York Times)
  • New US fear: Chinese tech war will get worse (Axios)
  • US smackdown of ZTE proves Xi's point (Axios)
  • US sorghum armada U-turns at sea after China tariffs (Reuters)
  • Why so many Chinese asylum seekers are stuck in the US (Axios)
  • US mulls emergency law on Chinese investment (Seeking Alpha)
  • China's Hollywood connection shifts toward film festivals, co-productions (Xinhua)
  • In a trade war, China might boycott US goods. That could backfire (The New York Times)
  • ZTE case signals ties with US at turning point (Global Times)
  • China - Europa

  • China's gift to Europe is a new version of crony capitalism (The Guardian)
  • Europe's new 'Eastern bloc': Beijing's diplomatic masterstroke has put former Soviet countries on a collision course with Brussels (Politico)
  • Trump's trade offensive edges EU into China’s warm embrace (Asia Times)
  • The Chinese workers who assemble designer bags in Tuscany (The New Yorker)
  • As China reaches out for help in trade war, European Union finds itself caught in the crossfire (AFP)
  • The Belt and Road Initiative: How European businesses can benefit (China Briefing)
  • China, Germany can use global influence to fight rising tide of US protectionism (Global Times)
  • China seems to tone down its 16+1 engagement: three possible explanations (Mercator Institute for China Studies)
  • Greeks introduced to Chinese writing, culture at Athens museum (Xinhua)
  • Europe once saw Xi Jinping as a hedge against Trump. Not anymore (The New York Times)
  • China - Nederland

  • Universiteiten van Leiden, Delft en Rotterdam willen toe naar gezamenlijke samenwerking met China (Universiteit Leiden)
  • Universiteit Wageningen verwacht onderzoekspark te ontwikkelen in China ($$Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • China, Netherlands agree to exploit advantages of complementarities (Xinhua)
  • Rutte balanceert in China tussen woeste toon Trump en verzoenende toon Xi ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Chipmaker Nexperia is blij met zijn Chinese eigenaren en houdt ze op afstand (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Chinese man who smuggled five rhino horns through the Netherlands is jailed by Dutch court (AFP)
  • Chinese man who smuggled five rhino horns through the Netherlands is jailed by Dutch court (AFP)
  • Launching of the new series 'China in the New Era' (Amsterdam University Press)
  • Nederland heeft weinig trek in deelname aan China’s Zijderouteproject (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Chinees leren? Vanaf dit jaar is Chinees een officieel eindexamenvak in Nederland (de Volkskrant)
  • Politiek

  • China wages war on apps offering news and jokes (CSDN)
  • Five ways China's past has shaped its present (BBC)
  • What challenges does China face in its 'new era'? (Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University)
  • What challenges does China face in its 'new era'? (Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University)
  • China inaugurates new state media group (Xinhua)
  • Building the national security state (Trivium)
  • Xi calls for efforts to break new ground in national security (Xinhua)
  • The Central Committee by the numbers (MacroPolo)
  • The Party is in your business (Trivium)
  • China’s huge pool of web moderators required to have an eagle eye for dangerous content (Global Times)
  • Maatschappij

  • China village smashes coffins in bid to put wasteful funerals to rest (Global Times)
  • The waning history of Russians in Xinjiang (SIxth Tone)
  • In China and India, men outnumber women by 70 million (The Washington Post)
  • Detained doctor case sparks hot debate (China Daily)
  • Power to the people (Trivium)
  • ‘Beep. Beep beep’: A group emerges in China and a code is born (China Change)
  • Chinese gay apps stop short of fighting homosexual ban on social media (Global Times)
  • Joint actions to end job discrimination (China Daily)
  • Arrest for slandering snake oil angers doctors (Sixth Tone)
  • Sina Weibo backtracks from gay content ban after outrage (BBC)
  • Militaire zaken

  • Media’s bias embellishes S.China Sea encounter (Global Times)
  • Australian warships 'challenged' by Chinese navy in South China Sea (Australian Associated Press)
  • Pakistan shuns US for Chinese high-tech weapons ($$Financial Times)
  • Beijing is using commercial bridgeheads to give its warships staying power in the Indian Ocean (Foreign Policy)
  • China's navy is challenging the United States in the Indo-Pacific (IAPS Dialogue)
  • Beijing flags naval prowess but admits carrier’s limitations (Asia Times)
  • New military rules stress Xi thought (Xinhua)
  • Britain's naval expansion in the Indo-Pacific will anger China, and accomplish little else (South China Morning Post)
  • China's largest maritime military parade showcases aircraft carrier battle group (Global Times)
  • President Xi reviews navy in South China Sea (Xinhua)
  • Cultuur

  • Time-honored hutongs in Beijing restored to original beauty (Women of China)
  • Forbidden City to move an extra 130,000 antiquities underground for safekeeping (Global Times)
  • China to ban auctions of stolen cultural relics (CRI Online)
  • Chinese pool personal money and resources to buy back artifacts lost overseas (Global Times)
  • Summer Palace Bronze auctioned for 410,000 pounds (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China urges boycott of British auction of 'looted' ancient bronze vessel (Reuters)
  • Chinese netizens call for return of stolen ancient bronze vessel set for auction in UK (Global Times)
  • China to merge ministry of culture, tourism administration (Xinhua)
  • China's cultural exports hit $90 billion in 2017: Ministry of Commerce (People's Daily Online)
  • Two poets' war of words shows China's yawning generation gap (Sixth Tone)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China takes wheel in autonomous driving (Global Times)
  • Will China beat the world to nuclear fusion and clean energy? (BBC)
  • Confucius' birthplace to build China's first teacher museum (Xinhua)
  • Chinese students lead world in learning time: report (People's Daily Online)
  • Association of University Presses issues statement of guiding principles on censorship (change.org)
  • Academic cheaters get exposed online, face consequences (Global Times)
  • Tencent, Changan Auto announce autonomous-vehicle joint venture (Caixin)
  • China to promote AI in universities (Xinhua)
  • Parents plead with government to give kids more homework (Sixth Tone)
  • Cancer breakthrough leads China's biotech boom ($$Financial Times)
  • Milieu

  • Beijing fears relapse in anti-smog battle ($$Caixin)
  • Xi'an begins using solar air purifier to battle smog (Global Times)
  • Left behind by China's green dream ($$The Washington Post)
  • Shake-up for China's ocean management (chinadialogue ocean)
  • Environmental NGOs flexing muscles (Trivium)
  • China becomes driving force for global surge in solar energy investment: UN spokesman (Xinhua)
  • Chinese polluters start to pay environmental tax (Xinhua)
  • Environmentally-friendly burials new way to bid farewell to life (Xinhua)
  • China's premier calls for ecological efforts (Xinhua)
  • Sinopec to boost capacities of natural gas, shale gas in green push ($$Caixin)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Fears parts of world's longest sea bridge are floating away (The Guardian)
  • Who killed more: Hitler, Stalin, or Mao? (New York Review of Books)
  • Shanghai van hits 18 pedestrians outside Starbucks (BBC)
  • Burning oil tanker 'sinks off China' after one week (BBC)
  • China tanker fire: Bodies found as Sanchi still burns (BBC)
  • Burning tanker off Chinese coast 'in danger of exploding' (BBC)
  • Entire crew of 32 missing after Iranian tanker collides in East China Sea (Agencies)
  • Tanker and ship collision near Shanghai leaves 32 missing (BBC)
  • Seven killed after minibus falls into sea in east China (Xinhua)
  • Chinese rooftop climber dies in 62-storey fall (BBC)
  • Schandalen

  • Local governments still cheating on debt ($$Caixin)
  • Brick-throwing China zoo-goers kill kangaroo, injure another (AFP)
  • Medicinal liquor scandal draws government investigation ($$Caixin)
  • Chinese grave robbers jailed for selling bodies so villagers could bypass cremation laws (Global Times)
  • Jailed Chinese pastor's US family seeks mercy (AP)
  • Families of Chinese activists face house arrest, harassment from 'smiling tigers' (Reuters)
  • Eight detained for organizing humanitarian assistance for political prisoners and their families (China Change)
  • Suspicions raised over foreign English teachers after two convicted for faking qualifications in China (Global Times)
  • Li Wenzu, wife of human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang, under house arrest: 'If you dare to come out, we'll kill you' (AsiaNews) 12 apr 2018
  • Wife of kidnapped lawyer Wang Quanzhang: 'If you dare to come out, we'll kill you, do you not believe it?' (China Change)
  • Sport

  • Chinese Football Association to ban tattoo from players: report (Global Times)
  • North Korea hails 'openhearted talk' in unprecedented meeting with South Korean envoys (The Japan Times)
  • Project 2022: China building winter sports culture from scratch (Axios China)
  • First rule of Chinese fight club: no karaoke (The New York Times)
  • Can China save face on the slopes and join the alpine aristocracy? (China Policy Institute)
  • Li Haotong, China's best male golfer, is putting the world on notice (SupChina)
  • China to build 30,000 additional schools emphasizing soccer training by 2025 (China Plus)
  • Manchester United are China's most popular digital team (BBC)
  • Ways in which Chinese football teams circumvent every rule (SupChina)
  • After years of big spending, Chinese soccer goes quiet (AP)
  • Taiwan

  • China's live-fire drill in the Taiwan Strait: a case study in psychological warfare (Taiwan Sentinel)
  • Taiwan accuses China of 'sabre rattling' as naval drill begins (BBC)
  • PLA drill in Taiwan Strait turns into a tempest in a teapot (Asia Times)
  • China announces Taiwan Strait live-fire frills amid tensions (AP)
  • 2017 Taipei Universiade: the political power of sport in Taiwan (IAPS Dialogue)
  • Taiwan risk is rising (Trivium)
  • US gives boost to Taiwan's plans to build submarines (AFP)
  • John Bolton could visit Taiwan in June (Taiwan News)
  • Taiwanese under siege from blitz of Chinese cyber attacks (Asia Times)
  • Will Bolton push for US troops on Taiwan? (Asia Times)
  • Hongkong

  • Asia's bastion of free speech? Move aside, Hong Kong, it's Taiwan now ($$The New York Times)
  • Public fears pressure from Beijing is leading to end of press freedom in Hong Kong (South China Morning Post)
  • Hong Kong law lecturer 'threat to national sovereignty': Beijing (Radio Free Asia)
  • Hong Kong: 'The responsible use of freedom of expression is the way to defend it' (South China Morning Post)
  • Will a national security law be introduced in Hong Kong soon? (Asia Times)
  • Why laundromats are the hot new place to hang out in Hong Kong ($$The New York Times)
  • A Hong Kong newspaper (SCMP) on a mission to promote China's soft power (The New York Times)
  • Tycoon Li Ka-shing makes final call on a long career (The Times)
  • China tells UK to back off after Boris Johnson warns of Beijing's increasing influence over Hong Kong (South China Morning Post)
  • Hong Kong's judges voice fears over China influence in judiciary (Reuters)
  • Macau

  • Writer Jung Chang entry in Macau not guaranteed by authorities (Macau News)
  • Lost language: how Macau gambled away its past (The Guardian)
  • 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
  • Tibet

  • Tibet group thanks Sweden in 'Chinese spy' case (BBC)
  • Sweden charges man with spying on Tibetan exiles for China (Reuters)
  • Dalai Lama calls on Tibetans to remain united as India drifts toward China (Reuters)
  • India spurns the Dalai Lama's celebration, worried about China (The New York Times)
  • Tibetan temples conduct exams on Constitution, rules (Global Times)
  • The silence of the state: The Jokhang fire and the response of the Chinese government (highpeakspureearth.com)
  • Yokhang, sacred Tibetan monastery in Lhasa, hit by fire (BBC)
  • Police asks Tibetans for Dalai Lama tips (Global Times)
  • Impoverished southern Xinjiang residents relocated to boost stability (Global Times)
  • In memory of Elliot Sperling: A 2014 Interview with the American Tibet Scholar (China Change)
  • Xinjiang

  • Rebiya Kadeer to go on hunger strike to protest against treatment of Chinese minorities (ABC Australia)
  • Religious extremism notably curbed in Xinjiang: senior Chinese official (Xinhua)
  • Xinjiang authorities detain Uyghur pro footballer for 'visiting foreign countries' (Radio Free Asia)
  • Uyghur Muslims die in re-education camps, go crazy in psychiatric hospitals (AsiaNews)
  • Passengers ordered to show ID cards to use subway as Chinese state tightens grip on restive Xinjiang region (South China Morning Post)
  • China sends prominent Muslim poet for ideological 're-education' (Radio Free Asia)
  • Xinjiang local Party chief expelled for multiple offenses (Global Times)
  • President of the Uyghur World Congress: Beijing also persecutes the Uyghurs abroad (AsiaNews)
  • Ethnic Uighurs protest Chinese security crackdown (AP)
  • Chinese crackdown separates Pakistani husbands from Uighur wives (The Guardian)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • 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)
  • Parents protest curbs on Mongolian language teaching in Chinese schools (Radio Free Asia)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • No joke: have China's censors gone too far with ban on humour app? (The Guardian)
  • To dampen jaywalking, city turns to water spray (China Daily)
  • A giant indoor farm in China is breeding 6 billion cockroaches a year. Here's why (South China Morning Post)
  • After marrying, I am happy with my new Chinese in-laws (Global Times)
  • Chinese man caught by facial recognition at pop concert (BBC)
  • Mao as object of steamy desire? It's riling up some in China (The New York Times)
  • Baby born four years after Chinese parents’ death in road crash (South China Morning Post)
  • Sperm bank updates donor conditions: 'Must love socialism and the country, be loyal to the Party’s leadership (Twitter Bill Birtles)
  • Uncontrollable falling space station warmly received by China as a cartoon martyr (The Beijinger)
  • Beijing funeral parlor uses virtual reality to demonstrate existence of afterlife (The Beijinger)
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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