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  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • We need a Plan B for North Korea ($$The Washington Post)
  • The dark side of peace: rapprochement has not helped those fleeing North Korea (The Economist)
  • N.Korea likely conducted 89 illicit ship-to-ship transfers in 2018: US data ($$NK News)
  • China denies US claims of sabotaging North Korea nuclear talks (Financial Times)
  • US asks UN to rebuke China, Russia for selling oil products to North Korea ($$The Wall Street Journal)
  • Sen. Graham blames China for Pompeo's failure in N.Korea (Business Times)
  • Why Made in China 2025 will succeed, despite Trump (The New York Times)
  • Hold the champagne on North Korea, President Trump (The Washington Post)
  • Trump’s big North Korea deal is already turning out to be a sham (The Washington Post)
  • North Korea may soon re-emerge as a serious point of contention in the US-China relationship (Sinocism)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China has 487 electric-car makers, and local governments are clamoring for more (The Wall Street Journal)
  • Will SOEs have their wings clipped? (Trivium)
  • Is China's currency in freefall? (Trivium)
  • More than half billion Chinese pay by mobile phones: report (Xinhua)
  • Regulators' quixotic attempt to help small businesses (Trivium)
  • Recordbedrag aan wanbetalingen op Chinese bedrijfsobligaties (FD)
  • How e-commerce is transforming rural China ($$The New Yorker)
  • 39 years since the establishment of China's first four SEZs (CGTN)
  • Opinion: How did China leapfrog everyone in e-commerce? (Caixin)
  • The 42 trillion dollar bubble (Seeking Alpha)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China has 120 companies on Fortune China's Top 500 list (China Plus)
  • China's plan for agricultural imports (Trivium)
  • China receives first Russian gas delivery via Northern Sea ($$Caixin)
  • Chinese investment in Israeli tech is growing, and it's 'quite welcome' for some (CNBC)
  • China raises alarm over its dependency on imported chips ($$Financial Times)
  • With a new free trade zone, Djibouti seeks to transform from a military hub to a major trade center (Global Times)
  • Unlikely partners? China and Israel deepening trade ties (BBC)
  • Xi's Africa tour an opportunity to fortify Chinese economic ties (Axios)
  • China is worried about investment restrictions (Trivium)
  • China hits back at 'irresponsible' Financial Times report over Belt and Road projects (Global Times)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Xi arrives in Senegal for state visit (Xinhua)
  • Xi's UAE visit showcases achievements, promises more Sino-Arab cooperation (Xinhua)
  • Chinese tourists on the rise in Arab nations (Xinhuanet.com)
  • BRICS and Africa must build new media footprint (Xinhua)
  • BRICS media forum concludes with action plan for further cooperation (Xinhua)
  • Xi resumes his globetrotting (Trivium)
  • Apple iCloud: State firm hosts user data in China (BBC)
  • China disputes 'meddling' in South Pacific with just an example (CGTN)
  • Cuban president, CPC senior official vow to deepen China-Cuba relations (Xinhua)
  • The African Union headquarters hack and Australia's 5G network (The Strategist)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • CIA: China is waging a ‘quiet kind of cold war’ against US (foxnews)
  • Trump blasts Fed, China and Europe for putting US economy at a disadvantage (The New York Times)
  • US must be responsible in forming global governance policy (Xinhua)
  • Congress ends bid to undo Trump deal to save China's ZTE ($$The Wall Street Journal)
  • China never steals other countries' technology through military-civilian integration: FM spokesperson (Asia Pacific Daily)
  • Trump 'ready' to tariff all Chinese goods (Seeking Alpha)
  • Hollywood wins concession from China, but overall deal stalled (The Information)
  • Congress to step up curbs on Chinese deals with sweeping changes to CFIUS ($$The Wall Street Journal)
  • China will never make reforms under US pressure: expert (Global Times)
  • China says US blaming Xi for blocking trade deal is 'bogus' (Reuters)
  • China - Europa

  • How the EU can stand up to Trump and China ($$Foreign Affairs)
  • EU stelt importheffingen in op elektrische fietsen uit China (FD)
  • China flirt uitbundig met de EU om samen Trumps handelsoorlog te omzeilen (de Volkskrant)
  • Peking en Brussel ondanks zalvende woorden lijnrecht tegenover elkaar ($$Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Chinese president eyes closer China-EU partnership (Xinhua)
  • EU to join Trump in criticizing China's role in global trade (Bloomberg)
  • Li eyes German link in emerging sectors (China Daily)
  • Angela Merkel and Li Keqiang get down to business (SupChina)
  • European Chamber calls for China to diffuse global tensions through implementation of domestic reforms (European Chamber of Commerce in China)
  • China, Germany agree to oppose protectionism (Xinhua)
  • China - Nederland

  • Chengdu-Tilburg cargo train becomes first China-Europe train to accomplish 2000 trips (Xinhua)
  • The Netherlands and China renewed agreement on cultural cooperation (DutchCulture)
  • Netherlands-based rights activist avoids repatriation to China (Radio Free Asia)
  • China's 11th Human Rights Dialogue in the Netherlands (Hollandone.com)
  • ING hungry for slice of digital banking sector (China Daily)
  • Prof. Frank Pieke and Mikko Huotari new leaders of the Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS)
  • Wang Yi Meets with Minister of Foreign Affairs Stef Blok of the Netherlands (fi.china-embassy.org)
  • China, Netherlands willing to strengthen cooperation on B&R (Xinhua)
  • Chinese raket met Nederlandse apparatuur naar achterkant van de maan (NOS)
  • Chinese student moet meer gaan betalen (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Politiek

  • National Supervisory Commission unchecked (Trivium)
  • Anti-corruption campaign going strong (Trivium)
  • On those rumors about Xi (Sinocism)
  • Xi Jinping is not about to step down (Trivium)
  • Legislature pledges loyalty to Xi (Trivium)
  • Senior legislators hold study session (XInhua)
  • Xi personality cult: creating 'three atmospheres' to study 'Liangjiahe' university (Power Network)
  • Authorities turn a critical eye to online talent shows ($$Caixin)
  • China frees widow of Nobel peace-prize winner, but shows no sign of easing up in treatment of other human-rights advocates (The Economist)
  • Leading dissident Qin Yongmin jailed for 13 years for 'subversion' (AFP)
  • Maatschappij

  • Elderly to take up one-third of Chinese population by 2050 (Xinhua)
  • Xi stresses winning poverty relief battle by 2020 (Xinhua)
  • Chart: China's aging population (Caixin)
  • Inside China's surveillance state (Financial Times)
  • Popular cancer drug film prompts China to speed up price cuts (The Guardian)
  • China works on enlarging its middle-income group (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China hands out rewards to encourage more births (Global Times)
  • Beijing's new Zaha Hadid-designed airport to showcase latest facial recognition technology (South China Morning Post)
  • Inside the Beijing 'office' inhabited by human guinea pigs (The Guardian)
  • First Chinese student sues university over professor's alleged sex assault (Global Times)
  • Militaire zaken

  • Pentagon says China spying on military exercises ((CNN)
  • China's latest quantum radar could help detect stealth planes, missiles (Popular Science)
  • Japan warships will roil waters of South China Sea (Global Times)
  • China is quietly conducting electronic warfare tests in the South China Sea (CNBC)
  • China's army infiltrated by 'peace disease' after years without a war, says its official newspaper (South China Morning Post)
  • Conference held to better protect veterans' rights, interests (Xinhua)
  • Veteran protests: Is this time different? (SupChina)
  • China's military to lead coast guard to better defend sovereignty (Global Times)
  • Chinese military veterans converge on Zhenjiang as Protests Swell (Radio Free Asia)
  • China one step closer to nuke-powered aircraft carrier with cutting-edge icebreaker comes on stream (Global Times)
  • Cultuur

  • Stone tools found in China could be oldest evidence of human life outside Africa (AFP)
  • China film: Quota? What quota? (China Filminsider)
  • Jia Zhangke to lead 2nd BRICS co-produced film (Xinhua)
  • Cultural relics from ancient Silk Road, Renaissance on display in Beijing (Xinhua)
  • China to fine camping, cooking on Great Wall (Global Times)
  • China builds alliance to protect Great Wall (Xinhua)
  • 5,000-year-long Chinese civilization verified (Xinhua)
  • Before the revolution (New York Review of Books)
  • Can English remain the 'world's favourite' language? (BBC)
  • Archaeologist who uncovered China's 8,000-man terra cotta army dies at 82 (NPR)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • New policy aims to free scientists to focus on research, avoid jumping through hoops (Global Times)
  • More than 37 million students in China's higher education last year (Xinhua)
  • China closes a fifth of foreign university partnerships (Financial Times)
  • Scholars question why China fails to cultivate top talent (Global Times)
  • China attracts 60% of global AI investment: report (Global Times)
  • China cannot rely on foreign technology for national security purposes: expert (Global Times)
  • China's fast-growing economy woos overseas students (CGTN)
  • School district reform prompts parent protests in Beijing (Caixin)
  • Tsinghua's AI lab may give Google heartburn (Axios-Sinocism)
  • Beijing dominates China's artificial intelligence landscape (Asia Times)
  • Milieu

  • Risky business: China's snake farmers cash in on global venom market (The Guardian)
  • China plans to build up to 200 national parks (Ecns.cn)
  • Ozone hole mystery: China insulating chemical said to be source of rise (BBC)
  • China to have 300 forest cities by 2025 (China Daily)
  • China releases three-year action plan for cleaner air (Xinhua)
  • Has China already reached peaked carbon emissions? One study says yes (SupChina)
  • China's air pollution increased in 2017 according to this report (TimeOut Shanghai)
  • Xiongan's cleanup efforts don't hold water (Caixin)
  • China has refused to recycle the west's plastics. What now? (NPR)
  • How smog affects spending in China (The Economist)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Chemical plant blast in SW China kills 19, injures 12 (Xinhua)
  • Highway crash killed at least 18 in south China (sina.com)
  • 10 years ago in Sichuan, a quake killed 69,000. Should China be thankful? ($$The New York Times)
  • Video: Sichuan earthquake, the ghost town visited by millions (BBC)
  • Death toll in NW China knife attack rises to 9 (Xinhua)
  • China karaoke bar fire kills 18 in Yingde (BBC)
  • China dragon boat accident leaves 17 dead (BBC)
  • North Korea bus crash kills 32 Chinese tourists (BBC)
  • 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)
  • Schandalen

  • Updates on 709 lawyer Wang Quanzhang (China Change)
  • Liu Xia: free at last but a hostage-in-exile to Beijing’s crackdown (The Guardian)
  • A persecuted woman is free at last, but China's cruelty persists ($$The Washington Post)
  • 709 Crackdown three years on: 'We don't accept the Communist Party's attempt to instill terror in us’ (China Change)
  • Cancer drug smuggling (SupChina)
  • Micron gets the China treatment: 'First we steal your tech then we use a local court to shut you down...' (Sinocism)
  • Chinese schoolboys end up in hospital after teacher forced them to swallow cigarette ash as punishment for smoking (South China Morning Post)
  • 709 Crackdown three years on: 'If this country can't even tolerate lawyers' (China Change)
  • Tech start-ups push to make China's facial recognition systems part of daily life across Asia (South China Morning Post)
  • 709 Crackdown three years on: 'I stayed because I want to change it’ (China Change)
  • Sport

  • Cristiano Ronaldo re-ignites football frenzy in China after World Cup (Xinhua)
  • Chinese police uncovered $1.5 billion in World Cup bitcoin gambling (Bitcoin)
  • World Cup lesson for China as key goal is to train the young (China Daily)
  • Chinese World Cup sponsorship not about filling gaps: FIFA (Reuters)
  • More Chinese than British seen visiting Russia for 2018 FIFA World Cup matches (CGTN)
  • Chinese businesses soar with sponsorships at World Cup 2018 (CGTN)
  • Xi's World Cup dream (Trivium)
  • Chinese elements make strong appearance at 2018 World Cup (Ecns.cn)
  • 57% World Cup ticket buyers from China are women (Global Times)
  • Japan's World Cup win was 'Asia's victory,' says Chinese newspaper (SupChina)
  • Taiwan

  • Xi tones down anti-Taiwan rhetoric (Business Times)
  • Air India's name change for Taipei 'shows respect for Chinese laws' (Global Times)
  • 'Fake news' Chinese journalist is refused entry by Taiwan (AFP)
  • Beijing slams Tsai Ing-wen for 'constrain China' comment (CGTN)
  • Taiwan hit by jump in cyber attacks from China (Financial Times)
  • Time is running out for foreign airlines to comply with one-China policy (People's Daily Online)
  • Taiwan's Foxconn says biggest challenge is US-China trade war (Reuters)
  • US tech companies return to Taiwan as China ties sour (Financial Times)
  • Japanese airlines rename 'Taiwan' as 'China Taiwan' on websites (AFP)
  • Taiwan to encourage boycott of airlines that cave to Beijing pressure: report (Straits Times)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong National Party: Move to ban pro-independence group 'concerns' UK (BBC)
  • Hong Kong moves to crush pro-independence party (SupChina)
  • Video: Hong Kong's rock song of freedom (BBC)
  • Protesters stopped as Hong Kong marks handover to China (AP, Reuters)
  • Hong Kong pro-democracy protests draw low turnout (BBC)
  • Xi's plan for Hong Kong (Trivium)
  • Video: Hong Kong's fish are eating plastic - and people could be too (BBC)
  • Controversial joint checkpoint plan for Express Rail Link approved amid unprecedented scenes at legislature (Hong Kong Free Press)
  • A lengthy jail term sends a message to Hong Kong’s rebellious youth (The Economist)
  • China's vaccine tourists drain Hong Kong's supply of cancer drug (Bloomberg)
  • Macau

  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Tibet

  • Why isn't the Dalai Lama speaking out in defense of the Rohingya? (The Washington Post)
  • In 1st Israel visit, a Tibetan leader quietly seeks support, hails Jews’ return (The Times of Israel)
  • Tashi Wangchuk and the state of Tibetan language in China (Asia Dialogue)
  • A Tibetan tried to save his language. China handed him 5 years in prison ($$The New York Times)
  • China opposes US resolution on Tibet issue (Xinhua)
  • 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)
  • Xinjiang

  • China fails in its gambit to use the UN NGO Committee to silence the society for threatened peoples and Uyghur activist Dolkun Isa (China Change)
  • Uighur children fall victim to China anti-terror drive (Financial Times)
  • Spy for us - or never speak to your family again (BuzzFeed)
  • Ethnic Kazakhs who are Chinese citizens, and even citizens of Kazakhstan itself, swept into the gulags of Xinjiang (SupChina)
  • Dozens of Uyghur children of Xinjiang village camp detainees sent to live in orphanages (Radio Free Asia)
  • $9 billion spent on surveillance tech in Xinjiang in 2017 (SupChina)
  • Xinjiang Muslims attend sinicization training to maintain social stability (Global Times)
  • Xinjiang rapidly building crematoria to extinguish Uyghur funeral traditions (Radio Free Asia)
  • China sponsored event on human rights development in Xinjiang held at UN Headquarters (Asia Pacific Daily)
  • Time to denounce China's Muslim gulag (Lowy Institute)
  • 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

  • 'When asked if you are satisfied with the local food safety situation, please answer: Satisfied or very satisfied' (China Youth Daily)
  • 11 sisters help Shanxi man get married. Chinese Internet says, 'Wait, what?' (SupChina)
  • Chinese plagiarism watchdog accused of plagiarizing American NGO (Sixth Tone)
  • China blocks HBO after John Oliver parody of Xi Jinping (The Guardian)
  • Why China has banned videos of people whispering (The Guardian)
  • Why Egypt wants China's Sphinx replica beheaded (Al-Monitor)
  • Beijing has 800,000 fewer smokers ... But its smoking population strangely remains the same (The Beijinger)
  • Chinese man poses as safety inspector, shuts down rival factories to help friend (South China Morning Post)
  • Ivanka Trump accused of tweeting 'fake' Chinese proverb (BBC)
  • For Chinese pedestrians glued to their phones, a middle path emerges ($$The New York Times)
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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