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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • China cites coronavirus on packaging, despite doubts abroad (AP)
  • An end-of-year reflection on my disbarment (China Change)
  • China plans peace envoy for conflict-riven Horn of Africa (Reuters)
  • 8 dead, 19 injured in trailer-bus crash in SW China (Xinhua)
  • American traitors: Academics working for China (Gatestone Institute)
  • Pakistan braces for a deep and wide US assault (Asia Times)
  • China needs Middle East oil to wean itself off coal (Asia Times)
  • 'Mourning needs no approval:' some democrats still defiant as 8 appear in court over banned Tiananmen Massacre vigil (HKFP)
  • Early warning brief: Factional strife intensifies as Xi strives to consolidate power (The Jamestown Foundation)
  • How Covid spread fear of globalisation and threatens a new world order (The Guardian)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Evergrande's international creditors are losing patience (CNN)
  • Jack Ma's Ant Group implicated in corruption scandal by Chinese media (FT)
  • China needs a new growth model, but that requires serious reform (FT)
  • As China's economy slows, policymakers seek to revive growth ($$The Economist)
  • Taxes and Res Publica for China (Settimana News)
  • China state planner to punish monopolies in internet platform industry (Reuters)
  • Shanghai to woo semiconductor talent and support local chip development with shower of cash ($$SCMP)
  • Net profits of China's centrally owned state firms up 29.8% y/y in 2021 (Reuters)
  • Tencent pursues quieter investment strategy amid China’s Big Tech crackdown (FT)
  • What we know about Evergrande's 'black-box' restructuring (FT)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Saudi Arabia reports more non-oil exports, large amount of trade with China (Al-Monitor)
  • Slowdowns in the US and China will hold back global growth, a report says (NYT)
  • Global banks push back against Beijing's new overseas listing rules (FT)
  • China was Israel's largest source of imports in 2021, surpassing US (AP)
  • The real price of 'Made in China' (Newsweek)
  • Solar panels a portrait of China supply chain risks (Asia Times)
  • IMF warns China over cost of Covid lockdowns (The Guardian)
  • China-Pakistan Economic Corridor bearing fruit: foreign ministry (Global Times)
  • As China slows, Asia gets the shudders (Asia Times)
  • China's foreign firms are running out of a key resource: foreigners (Sixth Tone)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • China urged to enhance security, economic ties in Eurasia as tensions with West grow ($$SCMP)
  • Hyping conspiracy theories against China is dirty politics of Australia (Global Times)
  • China to dispatch experts of traditional Chinese medicine to Cambodia to fight COVID-19 (Xinhua)
  • Scott Morrison WeChat: new owner amazed account entrusted to 'single person' in China (The Guardian)
  • Indebted Sri Lanka extends a begging bowl to China (Asia Times)
  • How Australia's leader lost control of his Chinese social media account (NYT)
  • From nukes to the Olympics, China's mushrooming Pyongyang problem (SCMP)
  • Reparations to the Caribbean could break the cycle of corruption – and China’s grip (The Guardian)
  • Lapid signs cooperation plan with Beijing as Israel seeks 'balance' on China ties (The Algemeiner)
  • Philippines-South China Sea: four presidential candidates against Duterte's pro-Beijing policy (AsiaNews)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • US stepping up pressure on Beijing in South China Sea (Asia Times)
  • US weighs letting diplomats leave China over tough COVID rules (Reuters)
  • US hostility against Beijing Winter Olympic Games a 'flop': POLITICO China watcher (Xinhua)
  • Dirty trick again! US plots to authorize departure of staff from embassies in China over epidemic ahead of Beijing Olympics (Global Times)
  • What the US should learn from Cold War history (Axios)
  • China-US relations: Blinken says Beijing is bringing more aggression to competitive and cooperative ties (SCMP)
  • US desecrates Olympic spirit as ex-NBC host smears IOC over China (Global Times)
  • US media smearing China-Russia ties on Ukraine issue: foreign ministry (Global Times)
  • US carriers in South China Sea, Taiwan reports further Chinese incursion (Reuters)
  • How amateur US 'China experts' stir up hostility (Xinhua)
  • China - Europa

  • EU-China conflict escalating over Hong Kong (Asia Times)
  • A new cold war? Britain's relationship with China is much more complex than that (The Guardian)
  • MPs seek assurances around Chinese interference (Beijing to Britain)
  • China's embassy in London strongly condemns the joint statement made at the Australian-United Kingdom ministerial meeting regarding issues related to
  • China embassy warns British diplomacy 'goes nowhere if it follows Cold War playbook' (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Lithuania needs much more than removing 'Taiwan' from office name to mend ties with China (Global Times)
  • What next for EU ties as 'shocked' Beijing lashes out at Slovenia over Taiwan office plans? ($$SCMP)
  • Analysis: German big business piles pressure on Lithuania in China row (Reuters)
  • China denounces European Parliament's resolution on Hong Kong (Xinhua)
  • Triumph of socialism with Chinese characteristics: ex-East German premier Modrow (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China - Nederland

  • Dutch university gives up Chinese funding due to impartiality concerns (The Guardian)
  • Een nieuwe Chinastrategie is nodig (Clingendael)
  • Vrije Universiteit gaat Chinees geld voor mensenrechtenonderzoek terugstorten ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Podcast: China betaalt mensenrechtenonderzoek VU (NPO Radio 1)
  • Hoe de bouw van de Chinese melkfabriek in Heerenveen een slagveld werd (FD)
  • Nederland stuurt geen regeringsdelegatie naar Olympische Spelen Beijing ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Olympiërs met 'schone' laptops naar Peking: 'Zeer zeker dat toestel geïnfecteerd terugkomt' (AD)
  • Chinese ambassade: vrees voor cyberspionage bij Winterspelen ongegrond (RTL Nieuws)
  • 5 Mao fanatics jailed over articles 'smearing former Chinese leaders' (SCMP)
  • Chinese webwinkel Ochama opent winkels in Nederland (FD)
  • Politiek

  • China launches internet 'purification' campaign for lunar new year (FT)
  • Cult film Fight Club gets a new ending in China - and the authorities win (AFP)
  • Remember the Soviet Union, top Chinese policy adviser says in warning against blind pursuit of absolute security (SCMP)
  • How China's democracy works? They say... (newsgd.com)
  • Xi's far-reaching anti-graft drive ensures China's sound governance (Xinhua)
  • TV parades of corrupt officials snared in Xi Jinping's anti-graft campaign raise more questions than answers (SCMP)
  • 8 arrested, 89 punished over central China flood response (Xinhua)
  • Chinese citizens' trust in their government tops 90%: Edelman (Xinhua)
  • China's disciplinary agency vows to maintain strong, persistent crackdown on corruption (Xinhua)
  • Research center on Xi Jinping's economic thought officially launched
  • Maatschappij

  • Shaanxi domestic violence incident caught on home security camera, sparks online outrage (What's on Weibo)
  • China vaping: Chu probe reflects broader e-cigarette crackdown (FT)
  • Lunar New Year is China's biggest holiday. For the third straight year, many families will be forced to spend it apart (CNN)
  • 'Stop nagging!': why China's generation Z is resisting marriage and babies (The Guardian)
  • Beijing authorities conduct mass Covid testing as cases rise before Olympics (Reuters)
  • China child trafficking: teen tracks down parents who sold him at birth, only to be rejected again (SCMP)
  • First flights leave Chinese city Xi'an as travel curbs ease (AP)
  • China holds the line on 'Zero Covid,' but some wonder for how long (NYT)
  • Video: Ros Atkins looks at why China is still eliminating all Covid outbreaks (BBC)
  • Beijing's Olympic 'bubble' will be the most ambitious Covid quarantine ever attempted. Will it work? (CNN)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China, Russia, and Iran sail together in the Indian Ocean (SupChina)
  • Trilateral naval drills between China, Russia and Iran start on Friday (Reuters)
  • Russia reveals it is discussing a joint naval exercise with Iran and China (SCMP)
  • The real deal behind selling supersonic cruise missile Brahmos to the Philippines (Asia Times)
  • Japan's Boeing super interceptor jet deal 'likely to anger China' (SCMP)
  • China, Russia and US in fifth-gen fighter export war (Asia Times)
  • Underwater drones herald sea change in Pacific warfare (Asia Times)
  • China’s nuke carrier coup de grace in Taiwan Strait
  • S.China Sea: Philippines' BrahMos cruise missile purchase takes another step forward (The Diplomat)
  • Xi story: An enduring bond with a hero soldier (Xinhua)
  • Cultuur

  • Are video games China's next cultural export? (SupChina)
  • China builds its own movie empire (Axios)
  • The surprising rise of Greek and Latin studies in China (SupChina)
  • Early man in China had biggest known brain of the time (Xinhua)
  • Chinese dialects in decline as government enforces Mandarin (The Guardian)
  • How the Chinese language got modernized (NY Review of Books)
  • Film: Ascension review – China's bizarre descent into capitalist excess (The Guardian)
  • Section of Great Wall collapses after 6.9 magnitude earthquake hits NW China (Global Times)
  • Horses and chariots uncovered in ancient tomb (CNN)
  • Chengdu wins bid to host world's top sci-fi event (China.org.cn)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • For China's half-million foreign students, a painful wait extends into third year ($$WSJ)
  • China authorizes around 700,000 invention patents in 2021: report (AFD China)
  • China's education crackdown forces 'anxious' parents to consider immigration, foreign-study options for kids (SCMP)
  • China wants students working less. So it's asking teachers to do more (Sixth Tone)
  • Half of migrant workers' school-aged kids live away from parents, report says ($$Caixin)
  • Chinese startups failed to catch up to advanced chip makers (WSJ)
  • Fresh graduates in China flock to state firms ($$Caixin)
  • China's largest private education company laid off 60,000 employees after Beijing’s far-reaching crackdown (CNN)
  • China faces shortage of physical education teachers amid school exercise drive (The Guardian)
  • China and Russia team up to establish joint moon base (Asia Times)
  • Milieu

  • Xi Jinping warns China's low-carbon ambitions must not interfere with 'normal life' (The Guardian)
  • China's environmental watchdog tells local authorities to ensure clear skies during Winter Olympics ($$Caixin)
  • China sees slump in ivory smuggling amid intense crackdown (Xinhua)
  • China carbon tax needed to mitigate impact of EU's carbon border levies, experts say ($$Caixin)
  • China's coal production hit record levels in 2021 (The Guardian)
  • Are China’s provinces doing their bit to help hit national climate change goals? (SCMP)
  • China unveils plan to safeguard water security (Xinhua)
  • Steelmakers need seismic change to keep up with China’s emissions plans, official says ($$Caixin)
  • Study forecasts China investment of $75 trillion in carbon neutrality (Asia Times)
  • In overstroomde sponsstad Zhengzhou twijfelen inwoners niet aan de klimaatopwarming (FD)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • China's success taming virus could make exit strategy harder (AP)
  • China cites coronavirus on packaging, despite doubts abroad (AP)
  • China media say foreign parcels suspected in new infections (AP)
  • Beijing tightens rules for entering city after Omicron case Reuters)
  • Beijing reports one confirmed case of Omicron variant (CGTN)
  • Beijing reports its first locally transmitted Omicron variant case (The Guardian)
  • Shanghai confirms first Omicron infections (Shine)
  • Covid global report: Omicron alert in southern Chinese city bordering Macau (The Guardian, agencies)
  • Xian's Covid-19 chaos exposes dark side of China’s top-down governing approach (SCMP)
  • China has a 'zero-covid' policy. What happens when it meets omicron? ($$The Washington Post)
  • Schandalen

  • Liu Xiyong: A veteran Falun Gong prisoner's suspicious death in jail (Bitter Winter)
  • Australian Open: Peng Shuai T-shirt ban reversed after outcry (BBC)
  • Teenage boy in China who was rejected twice by birth parents and then bullied online found dead in apparent suicide (SCMP)
  • Chinese officials arrested for concealing true scale of flood death toll (The Guardian)
  • Livestream of gynecology procedure lands doctor in police custody (Shine)
  • More governments join Beijing Olympic boycott (Axios China)
  • Activist Yang Maodong told he could not visit dying wife is re-arrested (The Guardian)
  • In memory of Zhang Qing (China Change)
  • 'They treat me like dirt and tortured me': Australian activist on three years in Chinese prisons (The Guardian)
  • Successfully reeducated? Tennis star Peng Shuai and Uyghur professor Gulnar Obul (Bitter Winter)
  • Sport

  • Winter Olympics 2022: China eases Covid testing rules amid rise in cases (BBC)
  • Gallery: Final touches on the eve of the Olympics (Caixin)
  • Xi meets with IOC head Bach in Beijing (Xinhua)
  • Russia to send 500 people to Beijing Winter Olympics (Global Times)
  • 'Shameless,' former NBC host says of the Olympics returning to Beijing (CNN)
  • The Winter Olympics could highlight China's innovative - and troubling - efforts to control the weather (The Washington Post)
  • Should athletes be worried about flaws in China’s Olympics app? (The Guardian)
  • Beijing 2022 vs 2008: Two Olympics and two very different Chinas (BBC)
  • Olympics Beijing Games had 72 COVID cases, none athletes, among early arrivals (Reuters)
  • Beijing introduces more COVID measures as cases mount before Olympics (Reuters)
  • Taiwan

  • Defending Taiwan is a worthy goal. But are we ready for heavy casualties? (The Washington Post)
  • 'Jonge Taiwanezen voelen zich niet eens Chinees' ($$De Groene Amsterdammer)
  • China sends largest incursion of warplanes into Taiwan defence zone since October (The Guardian)
  • China's extended naval reach in western Pacific fuels Taiwan tensions (FT)
  • China axes most exports from Lithuania following clash over Taiwan (AsiaNews)
  • Japan-Taiwan relations: A look back on 2021 and look ahead to 2022 (Brookings)
  • US wades into spat between China and Lithuania over Taiwanese office (FT)
  • Taiwan war risk highest in past 25 years as US tensions rise, mainland expert warns ($$SCMP)
  • China 'shocked' by Slovenia's plans to allow Taiwan to open an office (SCMP)
  • 'We are Taiwanese': China's growing menace hardens island’s identity (NYT)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong official likely out of job after violating COVID protocols to attend party (Newsweek)
  • Foreign executives in isolated Hong Kong head for exit, sick of zero-Covid curbs (WSJ)
  • Don't write off Hong Kong as a financial centre just yet (FT)
  • Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam defends Covid hamster cull (BBC)
  • EU resolution on Hong Kong media independence a 'smear on democracy and freedom', Beijing's foreign ministry office in city says (SCMP)
  • Backlash over Hong Kong's hamster cull shows dissent is still simmering (FT)
  • New Hong Kong barristers’ chief warns profession to stay out of politics (AFP
  • Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong’s sentence for 2020 Tiananmen vigil cut by 4 months following appeal (HK Free Press)
  • Hong Kong democracy activist Edward Leung released from prison (Reuters)
  • Hongkong laat tweeduizend knaagdieren afmaken vanwege gevaar dat ze covid overdragen op mensen ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Macau

  • Macao casinos to close lucrative VIP rooms in wake of junket king’s arrest ($$Caixin)
  • China wants to turn Macau from a casino den into a tech base for the Greater Bay Area (SCMP)
  • Macau to appoint advisers on national security, prevents external interference risks in financial area (Global Times)
  • Suncity shuts VIP gaming rooms in Macau after CEO's arrest (Reuters)
  • Arrest of Macau's 'junket mogul' rattles the world's largest gambling hub (Reuters)
  • Macao police investigate Alvin Chau over cross-border gambling allegations (Global Times)
  • China holds Macau casinos as US bargaining chips (Asia Times)
  • Macau casino stocks shed $18bn as government seeks greater oversight (FT)
  • Macau election flop after 21 pro-democracy candidates excluded (AsiaNews)
  • Interview: Now Macau's pro-democracy politicians face a Hong Kong-style crackdown (HK Free Press)
  • Tibet

  • When Olympics come, Tibetans suffer (Bitter Winter)
  • Chinese nationalists call for 'Matrix' boycott after Keanu Reeves joins Dalai Lama–associated concert (SupChina)
  • Tibetan intellectual Tashi Wangchuk interrogated and threatened again (Bitter Winter)
  • Average life expectancy in Tibet rises to 72.19 years (Xinhua)
  • Restrictions on religious activities continue in Tibet (Bitter Winter)
  • US has no role to play in China's Xizang affairs, as Washington appoints new 'Special Coordinator for Tibet' (Global Times)
  • China committing cultural genocide against Tibetan children (National Review)
  • Free Tibet to save South Asia: Tibet dams could devastate India (Probe International)
  • China’s Sichuan-Tibet rail project at full steam – with fans and ice as machines melt, workers wilt (SCMP)
  • Beijing continues campaign against Tibetan language (Asia Times)
  • Xinjiang

  • UK government given an ultimatum on Xinjiang genocide (Bitter Winter)
  • Oproep aan olympiërs: vraag aandacht voor Oeigoeren middels een speciaal handgebaar ($$de Volkskrant)
  • $65 million to finance Uyghur genocide denial (Bitter Winter)
  • Intel should not have apologized to China ($$The Washington Post)
  • French parliament recognizes the Uyghur genocide (Bitter Winter)
  • The Beijing Olympics has become an exercise in genocide denial ($$The Washington Post)
  • Human rights campaign or political harassment of foreign businesses in Xinjiang? (SCMP)
  • How a Kazakh critic of China became an asylum seeker in the Netherlands (Bitter Winter)
  • US lawmakers call for UN Uyghur rights report before China's Olympics (Reuters)
  • NBA's Warriors part-owner creates stir with remarks about the Uyghurs (CBS News)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • The not-so model minority: Xi Jinping's Mongolian crackdown (China Leadership Monitor)
  • 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)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Woman's diary goes viral as lockdown in China forces her to stay with blind date (The Guardian)
  • Israeli woman sues after unwittingly inspiring a sex doll made by a Chinese company (The Times of Israel)
  • Did Intel take China for a pushover persimmon? (SupChina)
  • MI6 chief thanks China for ‘free publicity’ after James Bond spoof (The Guardian)
  • Map drawn from memory helps reunite kidnapped Chinese man with family (BBC)
  • Chinese authorities break up arranged child marriage after teenage daughter calls police to report her own wedding (SCMP)
  • Influencer arrested after live-streaming faked suicide attempt (that's)
  • A game designer in Beijing bought toy guns. China imprisoned him (NYT)
  • Seven Beijing toilets that are worth a squat (the beijinger)
  • Lambda, Mu ... Omicron? Why the WHO skipped 'Nu' and 'Xi' to name latest coronavirus variant (SCMP)
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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