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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • 'Retake Hong Kong': A movement, a slogan and an identity crisis ($NYT)
  • The real reason Hong Kong’s violence is a problem for the government ($$The Washington Post)
  • Xi trumps Trump with just minor concessions (Asia Times)
  • US envoy decries lack of response from Islamic world to China's attacks on Uighurs (The Guardian)
  • Watch: Crazy 5G police chase ad, now showing in China (Radii China)
  • Next Hambantota? Welcome to the Chinese-funded US$1.4 billion Port City Colombo in Sri Lanka (SCMP)
  • Mike Pompeo urges Tories to ask: 'What would Thatcher do?', again calls on UK to resist Huawei’s efforts to gain access to 5G network (The Guardian)
  • Harnessing the May 4th anniversary (Axios China)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China plans another round of ‘belt-tightening’ (Asia Times)
  • Alibaba's strong results suggest Chinese consumers are still spending ($$NYT)
  • Tencent and other Chinese tech firms are reporting decent results ($$The Economist)
  • Rural disposable income up 40 times in 70 years (Asia Times)
  • Car market down 13th month in a row (Shine)
  • Op termijn wordt China zelf een wijnland, volgens Hongkongse wijnboer Peter Kwok ($$de Volkskrant)
  • De handelsoorlog raakt Dongguan, de ‘fabriek van China’, en dat merk je op de banenmarkt ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Jack Ma’s $290 billion loan machine is changing Chinese banking (Bloomberg)
  • China’s private space industry: To infinity - and beyond! (Trivium)
  • China’s growth is the slowest in nearly three decades: get used to it (The Economist)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Trade war is making China more reliant on Australian energy, minerals (Caixin)
  • Despite financial opening-up, foreign firms still face challenges in China (Caixin)
  • China is doing Japan a favor (Asia Times)
  • Ethiopia's economy is booming, but at what cost? (The Atlantic)
  • China needs new places to sell its mountain of stuff ($$NYT)
  • Huawei to help build high-speed networks in Canada's remote areas (China Plus)
  • China and UAE pledge closer cooperation (Trivium)
  • Ford struggles in China (Trivium)
  • China surges as new major destination for Brazil's coffee exports (Food2China.com)
  • Huawei announces $3.1 billion investment plan in Italy (Xinhua)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Let’s see just who really is the maritime expansionist: China gets too much blame; Japan, not enough (Asia Times)
  • The low road to Kashmir: Do India and China have more in common that they care to admit? (Inside Story)
  • Philippines pushing back against Chinese militia South China Sea presence (USNI News)
  • WSJ false report on Huawei refuted by Uganda, Zambia (Xinhua)
  • China could play mediator role to help resolve Japan-South Korea trade friction (Global Times)
  • When Leninists overreach (Project Syndicate)
  • China’s Belt and Road faces tough times in Pakistan (Asia Times)
  • Xi given a Trump card to play against Hong Kong (Asia Times)
  • Huawei refutes reports of spying on Ugandan opposition politicians (Xinhua)
  • Is China contributing to the United Nations’ mission? (ChinaPower)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • When it comes to choosing the US or China, perhaps our chickens are coming home to roost (The Guardian)
  • US delays Huawei trade ban for another 90 days (BBC)
  • Generational clash emerges among US experts in China policy debate ($$The Washington Post)
  • 'Whatever happens, the US can hope only to be one power among several' (Project Syndicate)
  • The 'post-truth' publication where Chinese students in America get their news (The New Yorker)
  • America’s superpower panic (Project Syndicate)
  • Japan replaces China as largest holder of US government debt (Caixin)
  • Trump's assault on the global trading system - and why decoupling from China will change everything (Foreign Affairs)
  • Video: Trump incorrectly has insisted 'China's paying the tariffs' ($$NYT)
  • China no longer no. 1 for US as trade row bites (Caixin)
  • China - Europa

  • Huawei boss: UK 'won't say no to us' over 5G rollout (The Guardian)
  • China urges UK to stop its interference in China's internal affairs (Xinhua)
  • Johnson's government 'would be very pro-China' (Xinhua)
  • EU replaces US as east China province's largest trading partner (Xinhua)
  • What Boris Johnson’s rise means for Asia (Asia Times)
  • Huawei unveils major Italy investment (China Daily)
  • China urges European side to stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs (Xinhua)
  • Chinese FM calls for enhanced China-CEEC cooperation (Xinhua)
  • Four Britons among foreigners arrested in China for drug offences (BBC)
  • New 2,000km highway through Russia will connect China to Europe (that's)
  • China - Nederland

  • Chinese toeristen moeten op de Veluwe het geld laten rollen – wat merkt de lokale ondernemer daarvan? ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Oeigoeren in Nederland klagen de Chinese overheid aan (nos.nl)
  • Philips rejigs plants in China to counter fallout from trade war (Bloomberg)
  • Summary and analysis on the Dutch China strategy (Dr2Consultants)
  • Chinese staat gebruikt Nederlandse emotieherkenningssoftware ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Groningen schoof onterecht tonnen meer publiek geld naar Chinese campus ($$FD)
  • Niemand vertrouwt Huawei, dus nationale veiligheid benaderd via een ‘landenneutrale' aanpak ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Alibaba wil Nederlandse ondernemers naar China halen ($$FD)
  • China, the Netherlands strengthen synergies (China Daily)
  • Nearly 6,000 fugitives return to China in past five years (Xinhua)
  • Politiek

  • China revises rules for commending martyrs (Xinhua)
  • Party seeks to improve political education (Trivium)
  • China jails award-winning cyber-dissident Huang Qi (BBC)
  • Spreading rumors online in China may get you blacklisted (that's)
  • Honey, I shrunk the state (Trivium)
  • China to strengthen protection, utilization of revolutionary cultural relics (Ecns.cn)
  • How the state runs business in China (The Guardian)
  • Party to give more leash to local officials (Trivium)
  • China urges fugitives to surrender for leniency (Xinhua)
  • Chinese oud-premier Li Peng, bijgenaamd de ‘Slager van Beijing’, overleden ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Maatschappij

  • State Council wants to make sure migrants get paid (Trivium)
  • More and more Chinese men seek medical help to look better (Xinhua)
  • Positive news for the Chinese LGBT community (SupChina)
  • The elderly are the next big growth market for Chinese tech firms ($$The Economist)
  • Private businesses jump into elderly care (Trivium)
  • Podcast: The effects of China’s one-child policy (The New Yorker)
  • Some Chinese think Shang-Chi isn't hot enough (for them anyway) (Inkstone)
  • Healthy China focuses on prevention (Trivium)
  • China's pet economy surges to record highs (China.org.cn)
  • Beijing subway tests facial recognition ticketing (Asia Times)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China may win fight 'before America can respond' in Pacific, report says (Newsweek)
  • US defence strategy in Indo-Pacific region faces 'unprecedented crisis' (The Guardian)
  • It’s time for a 'Quad' of coast guards (The Interpreter)
  • Why China can't target US aircraft carriers (Forbes)
  • Xi calls for new advances in veterans affairs (Xinhua)
  • Chinese construction boom in Cambodian town raises fears of secret military pact (ABC Australia)
  • North Korea fires short-range missiles in latest provocation (Asia Times)
  • China’s defense firms emerge in 'major upheaval' (Asia Times)
  • China says it will never seek hegemony in national defense white paper (Xinhua)
  • China to further improve welfare for retired soldiers (Xinhua)
  • Cultuur

  • 'Germany is not an open society': Chinese artist Ai Weiwei on leaving Berlin (The Local)
  • Picasso show captivates Beijing, whose art scene hums as censors hover ($$NYT)
  • Beijing police evict two art districts to Prepare for demolition, citing ‘Unstable Factors’ and organized Crime
  • Xi sends letter to congratulate 70th anniversary of national writer, artist groups (Xinhua)
  • Chinese characters and the Meiji Restoration (Asia Times)
  • China trains 5,500 calligraphy teachers (CGTN)
  • Saving China's dialects? There's an app for that (Sixth Tone)
  • Box office slows, cinema seeks way forward (Shine)
  • As China’s movie industry slumps, executives debate its future ($$Caixin)
  • Liu Cixin's War of the Worlds: A leading sci-fi writer takes stock of China's global rise (The New Yorker)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • A Chinese SpaceX? (SupChina)
  • China makes breakthrough in converting carbon dioxide into liquid fuels (China Plus)
  • 35% of China's schools are privately-run (Xinhua)
  • 'Foreign masters' at Chinese universities (SupChina)
  • Few things worry China’s elite more than getting their kids into Harvard ($$The Economist)
  • Government guideline to reshape China's education system (Xinhua)
  • Chinese universities form planetary science alliance (Chinese Academy of Scieces)
  • China’s top talent now wants to work for rising domestic tech stars, not big brand multinationals (SCMP)
  • New guideline to improve high school education in China (Xinhua)
  • More Chinese supercomputers make world's top 500 (Xinhua),,
  • Milieu

  • China must lead global effort against tiger trade (Asia Times)
  • Examining public concern about global warming and climate change in China (cambridge.org)
  • Tip-off from China led to massive ivory seizure in Singapore (Asia Times)
  • P.E.T. offers solution to plastic waste in China (Asia Times)
  • 'A sort of eco-dictatorship': Shanghai grapples with strict new recycling laws (The Guardian)
  • Wuhan protests: Incinerator plan sparks mass unrest (BBC)
  • In China, life and death by a river dammed (Institute of Current World Affairs)
  • China continues to dispute mounting CFC pollution evidence ($$Caixin)
  • China wastes no time in garbage sorting (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping tells everyone to sort their trash (Trivium)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • 17 missing after rock collapse in SW China (Xinhua)
  • Typhoon Lekima leaves 49 dead, 21 missing in China (Xinhua)
  • Typhoon Lekima: 18 dead and a million evacuated in China (BBC)
  • Death toll rises to 38 in southwest China landslide (Xinhua)
  • At least 30 killed and 15 missing after China landslide (BBC)
  • Death toll rises to 29 in Southwest China landslide (Xinhua)
  • Death toll rises to 20 in SW China landslide (Xinhua)
  • Xi urges all-out rescue after SW China landslide (Xinhua)
  • Zeker tien doden bij zware ontploffing in Chinese fabriek (Belga)
  • Floods affect nearly 20 million people in China (Xinhua)
  • Schandalen

  • Teenage brides trafficked to China reveal ordeal: 'Ma, I've been sold' ($$NYT)
  • One Child Nation: looking back at China's horrifying policy (The Guardian)
  • Li Yanxia: Chinese 'love mother' jailed for fraud (BBC)
  • Head of China Development Bank's Shandong branch commits suicide ($$Caixin)
  • Camsing fraud allegations spotlight supply-chain finance ($$Caixin)
  • Death of 'barefoot lawyer' puts focus on China's treatment of political prisoners (The Guardian)
  • Women, children and babies: human trafficking to China is on the rise (AsiaNews)
  • Former national science association official expelled from CPC, public office (Xinhua)
  • Using bribery and threats, China seizes another UN agency (New American)
  • A billionaire’s fall spotlights child sexual abuse in China ($$NYT)
  • Sport

  • China to build 3,000 specialist football kindergartens (China Plus)
  • China names 24,126 schools specializing in youth football (Xinhua)
  • China names 24,126 schools specializing in youth football (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping's Taiwan policy and its impact on cross-strait relations (China Leadership Monitor)
  • Li Ke to be the first naturalized player in Chinese national soccer team (Xinhua)
  • Is naturalizing foreign players the cure for China’s ailing soccer development? (Global Times)
  • Lippi returns, but faces tough road to China's World Cup dream (Xinhua)
  • Little people, big ambitions: China trials football kindergartens (AFP)
  • Italian football federation set for talks over playing a Serie A match in China (AP)
  • Chinese football moves into a new era (Asia Times)
  • Taiwan

  • Taiwan’s new F-16s boost regional role of US (Asia Times)
  • Hong Kong protests: clash of technologies (Asia Times)
  • China lodges solemn representations against US arms sales to Taiwan (Xinhua)
  • Chinese champion Huawei under fire for calling Taiwan a country (Blkoomberg)
  • Taiwanese monitoring developments in Hong Kong (Asia Times)
  • Taiwan ex-officials to be barred from China events from Sept. 1 (Taipei Times)
  • Taiwan urges citizens to stay on alert for China-backed media 'infiltration' (Reuters)
  • China is trying to browbeat Taiwan by keeping its tourists away ($$The Economist)
  • Taiwan set for pro-mainland fake news deluge before its presidential election (AFP)
  • Taiwan mulls export control on chips for Huawei (Asia Times)
  • Hongkong

  • Sorry, President Trump. You can't solve Hong Kong in 15 minutes ($$The Washington Post)
  • Hong Kong: British consulate staffer 'detained at China border' (BBC)
  • With troop buildup, China sends a stark warning to Hong Kong ($$NYT)
  • Orderly marchers increase the pressure on Hong Kong’s government ($$The Economist)
  • Twitter, Facebook target accounts spreading misinformation on Hong Kong protests ($$WSJ)
  • Pence suggests Hong Kong clampdown could prevent China trade deal (Axios)
  • Soluzione 'Qiao Shi' per Hong Kong? (Settimana News)
  • China pressures business over Hong Kong. Workers get caught in the middle ($$NYT)
  • Hong Kong protests: Huge crowds rally peacefully (BBC)
  • China warns Canada be 'cautious on its words and deeds' regarding Hong Kong (CGTN)
  • Macau

  • Macau’s casino giant to shed image of family-run business (Asia Times)
  • Macau syndicate smuggled $4.4 billion out of China, police say (CNN)
  • Gambling hub Macau shrugs off China downturn with tourist surge (AFP)
  • Macau's gambling sector reports biggest revenue in four years ($$Caixin)
  • Xi wants the Mainland to swallow Macau (Trivium)
  • Multibillion-dollar Macau: a city of glitz and grit - photo essay (The Guardian)
  • Hong Kong and Macau students will face compulsory military training at top mainland Chinese university for first time (SCMP)
  • 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)
  • Tibet

  • A radical realist view of Tibetan buddhism at the Rubin (NY Review of Books)
  • Dalai Lama says sorry, but does it again (Asia Times)
  • China says its Panchen Lama made first trip outside country in May (Reuters)
  • China offers money to Tibetans to display portraits of Xi Jinping (RFA)
  • Dalai Lama lets slip how India vetoed his meeting with China’s leader in 2014 (The Observer)
  • Nepal probes journalists for Dalai Lama news amid fears of growing Chinese influence (AFP)
  • How the Dalai Lama negotiated the future of his nation in exile (OZY)
  • Mystery surrounds kidnapped Panchen Lama (Asia Times)
  • The Panchen Lama turns 30, 24 years after he disappeared (AsiaNews)
  • Tibetan-Canadian coalition 'appalled' by fake letter from Trudeau promoting pro-China group (The Star, Vancouver)
  • Xinjiang

  • China: Free our parents from concentration camps ($$NYT)
  • China seeks to justify Xinjiang camps (Trivium)
  • Foreign firms operating in Xinjiang need to consider human rights - or risk being complicit ($$The Washington Post)
  • 'Xinjiang training center graduates eye bright future' (Global Times)
  • China’s sickening acts on female prisoners at ‘re-education’ camps (news.com.au)
  • Turkish reporters in Xinjiang dispel rumors and recognize China's de-radicalization work (Global Times)
  • China said it closed Muslim detention camps. There's reason to doubt that ($$NYT)
  • Doha defies Beijing over Uighurs; others can too (Asia Times)
  • Beijing monitoring millions of sites in Xinjiang (Asia Times)
  • The world knows what is happening to the Uighurs. Why has it been so slow to act? (The Guardian)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • Former Inner Mongolia legislator sets record with $64 million in alleged bribes ($$Caixin)
  • Mine accident leaves 21 dead, 29 hurt in Inner Mongolia (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • 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)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Chinese scholars debate alternative English name for China's 'dragon' (Global Time)
  • Versace zegt sorry tegen China voor T-shirt ($$FD)
  • Sichuan TV station broadcasts man's rising erect manhood (Global Times)
  • Chinese city's ban on 'Beijing bikinis' leaves men hot under collar (The Guardian)
  • Video: Elderly man saves woman, with lit cigarette in his mouth (Xinhua)
  • Chinese man escorted off plane after opening emergency exit (that's)
  • What's in a name? (Trivium)
  • Restaurant customers get discount if they can make owner laugh (Global Times)
  • Chinese communists disciplined for letting statue of Chairman Mao topple over in strong winds (SCMP)
  • Authorities deny woman’s request to leave property to her dogs after she dies (Global 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