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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • 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)
  • Taiwan's Tsai turns to masters for help out of fear of catastrophic consequences (Global Times editorial)
  • 'The US must avoid war with China over Taiwan at all costs' (The Guardian)
  • The end of China's rise: Beijing is running out of tme to remake the world (Foreign Affairs)
  • China: 'We really are not even in the beginning stages' of the tech crackdown, short-seller says (Yahoo)
  • The Aukus pact is a sign of a new global order (The Guardian)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China nears a reckoning as property firms face tough deadlines (NYT)
  • China to cut reserve requirement ratio for second time this year to boost economic growth amid strong headwinds (SCMP)
  • China Evergrande shares plummet 12% as it edges closer to default (The Guardian)
  • Didi's US exit shows Xi is the ultimate arbiter for China's companies (FT)
  • China's economy looks especially vulnerable to the spread of Omicron (The Economist)
  • In China, Tesla is a catfish, and turns auto companies into sharks (NYT)
  • How will new data security rules reshape China's Internet industry? (Caixin)
  • China's top security official touts common prosperity campaign, points to 'hidden peril' of wealth gap (SCMP)
  • China's payments u-turn: Government over technology (Brookings)
  • China manufacturing improves as power shortages ease (AP)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China is faltering, but the world is not feeling the effects (FT)
  • Laos opens railway to China as debt to Beijing rises (AP)
  • Zambia krijgt IMF-hulp voor het afbetalen van enorme schulden, grotendeels aan China ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Xi, Thongloun jointly witness opening of China-Laos railway (Xinhua)
  • Top Chinese cryptographer: Quantum hackers can bring down Bitcoin (Asia Times)
  • Pakistan struggling to pay its debts to China (Asia Times)
  • China's rising vulnerability to foreign investors (FT)
  • Cumulative value of trade in goods between China and BRI countries reaches $10.4 trillion (People's Daily)
  • China to import $300 billion products, promote Chinese investment in Africa (Global Times)
  • Egypt's dispute with Chinese company stalls electric car production (Al-Monitor)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Lithuania reports access to Chinese market four days after being excluded amid diplomatic row (SCMP)
  • Virage africain sur les « nouvelles routes de la soie » (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Beijing's Belt and Road buys influence in the Middle East (Middle East Forum)
  • Beijing hosts international democracy forum calling for upholding common values (China.org.cn)
  • China, Ethiopia enjoy ever-deepening political trust, fruitful practical cooperation, says Chinese envoy (Xinhua)
  • Incoming Honduras president signals U-turn on initiating China ties (Reuters)
  • Beijing enfatiza que la relación entre China y Rusia es superior a una alianza entre países (CRI)
  • Intrigue on the high seas between Indonesia, China (Asia Times)
  • Russia, China poised to forge a greater alliance (Asia Times)
  • Pakistan's Balochistan is Asia's next headache (Asia Times)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • China ambassador says US wasn't even invited to Olympics (Newsweek)
  • How American technology aids China's global ambitions (Gatestone Institute)
  • 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics: China criticises US diplomatic boycott (BBC)
  • Microsoft seizes 42 websites from a Chinese hacking group (NYT)
  • China attacks US diplomatic boycott of Winter Games as 'travesty' of Olympic spirit (The Guardian)
  • Why China is genuinely worried about AUKUS (SupChina)
  • Syrian Olympic Committee takes China's side against US (Al-Monitor)
  • China denounces possible US Olympic boycott as 'provocation' (The Guardian)
  • US hands China a victory in Ethiopia (Asia Times)
  • China attacks 'US-style democracy' prior to Biden summit (The Guardian)
  • China - Europa

  • EU to propose trade weapon to prevent China's economic bullying (SCMP)
  • China urges EU to uphold strategic autonomy, practice true multilateralism (Xinhua)
  • The growing rift between Europe and China (SupChina)
  • Clear ambition is required if Europe is to rival China’s Belt and Road (FT)
  • UK takes part in huge French naval exercise to counter 'emerging threats' (The Guardian)
  • China uneasy over incoming German minister's threat to curb imports (Deutsche Welle)
  • US and EU signal 'convergence' on China (Axios)
  • The Italian government fears Chinese interests in the port of Palermo (Decode39)
  • Watching China in Europe (German Marshall Fund)
  • EU launches €300bn bid to challenge Chinese influence (BBC)
  • China - Nederland

  • Amerika blokkeert gebruik Nederlandse ASML-chipmachines in China ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Technologische samenwerking met China (Clingendael)
  • Jack Ma visits Dutch research institutes as Alibaba’s founder pursues post-retirement passion in agriculture technology (SCMP)
  • Grootste Chinese zuivelproducent heeft mogelijk interesse in vijf Nederlandse fabrieken (FD)
  • Nederland doet samen met China DNA-onderzoek: 'Fundamenteel fout' (RTL Nieuws)
  • Why a US military base became a centre for Chinese Covid conspiracies (BBC)
  • Arnhem verbreekt stedenband met Wuhan vanwege behandeling Oeigoeren (NRC)
  • Port of Rotterdam announces attendance at major events in China (Xinde Marine News)
  • Ook in de Nederlandse collegezaal luistert de Partij mee (Follow the Money)
  • Spionage uit China en Rusland jaagt IT-kosten bedrijven omhoog (FD)
  • Politiek

  • Small steps for 'Xi Thought' (China Media Project)
  • Xi stresses developing religions in Chinese context (Xinhua)
  • Full text: China, democracy that works (Xinhua)
  • Why rising ultra-left nationalism is the biggest danger to China’s development ($$SCMP)
  • Local government financing vehicles buy more land to fill hole in official coffers (Caixin)
  • China surveillance of journalists to use 'traffic-light' system (BBC)
  • The father, the daughter and their legacy with the CPC (Xinhua)
  • Xi is bending Chinese law to his will (Foreign Affairs)
  • Xi Story: A proud, avid history guide (Xinhua)
  • What Peng Shuai reveals about one-party rule (The Economist)
  • Maatschappij

  • Doubts over China's vaccine efficacy stoke anxiety both at home and abroad (FT)
  • China not afraid of Omicron, applying dynamic zero-case policy, observing precise prevention and control measures: top medical expert (Global Times)
  • A guide to the culture crackdowns in China (SupChina)
  • Researcher questions China's population data, says it may be lower (Reuters)
  • Met toegeknepen ogen op de foto: racistisch als het om een Chinees gaat? ($$de Volkskrant)
  • HIV cases rise among out-of-school youth in China, report shows ($$Caixin)
  • China says 85% of its people will use Mandarin by 2025, in a blow to dialects like Cantonese (AP)
  • 1.14 million people infected with HIV in China (Shine)
  • China's birthrate just hit another record low. But the worst is yet to come (CNN)
  • Why do Chinese crave stable government jobs over 'inferior' private and foreign firms? ($$SCMP)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China's next move in Africa (Axios)
  • PLA's new-type bomber practices island bombing, mine-laying in S.China Sea (Global Times)
  • China seeks first military base on Africa's Atlantic coast, US intelligence finds alarmed ($$WSJ)
  • China may be eyeing its first military base (in Equatorial Guinea) on the Atlantic Ocean: report (Fox News)
  • Space Force General says China and Russia are attacking US space assets 'every day' (The Washington Post)
  • Who's afraid of China’s nukes? (Asia Times)
  • Why China wants more and better nukes (Foreign Affairs)
  • There is no end to China-Russia military cooperation: Defense spokesperson (Ministry of National Defense)
  • China, Russia condemn US military moves near borders, deepen cooperation (Newsweek)
  • China 'fired missile from hypersonic weapon' over South China Sea (news.com.au)
  • Cultuur

  • Deep underground, a Chinese miner discovered poetry in the toil (NYT)
  • Ai Weiwei: 'It is so positive to be poor as a child. You understand how vulnerable our humanity can be' (The Guardian)
  • Cultural exhibitions rising in popularity among young Chinese (Global Times)
  • 10 amazing contemporary buildings in China (SupChina)
  • Movie 'Shang-Chi' wins a warm Asia greeting. Then there's China (NYT)
  • China vows to curb urban demolitions, preserve cultural heritage (Reuters)
  • The $1.7 trillion art market revolution isn’t just coming... China accounts for more than 20% of total art market sales (SupChina)
  • Les utopies de Cao Fei (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • China's women filmmakers are embracing their stories. Moviegoers are loving it (NYT)
  • Video: China's changes through one man's lens (BBC)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China's middle class families fret as President Xi Jinping 'tightens grip' on international schools (SCMP)
  • China's spending on education hits 5 trln yuan in 2020 (Xinhua)
  • China is using academia like a Trojan Horse (Newsweek)
  • Chinese graduates lament Western degrees no longer a fast track for top jobs (SCMP)
  • Coronavirus: hope for stranded Southeast Asian students after being shut out of China for nearly 2 years (SCMP)
  • Academics and students in the West consider future China studies without access to China (SCMP)
  • Chinese parents find new ways to give their children an edge (FT)
  • As many try living with virus, China keeps up zero tolerance (PTI)
  • China's tutoring crackdown puts over 3 million jobs at risk (Nikkei Asia)
  • China's tutoring ban leaves a trail of debt, anger, and broken dreams (Sixth Tone)
  • Milieu

  • China 'modified' the weather as Communist Party marked centenary in Beijing(SCMP)
  • China Green Bulletin (Caixin Insight)
  • Terrawatch: what the world can learn from China's sinking city (The Guardian)
  • China to exploit Russian coal deposits (despite COP26) (AsiaNews)
  • China Net Zero (Trivium China)
  • 'Useful idiots' who let China off the hook: Why is there such an apparent lack of concern over their determination to keep burning coal (Probe Interna
  • Global climate fight hinges on China’s $6.5tn green investments challenge (FT)
  • 'Unfair' for West to chide China, India on coal; developed nations must finance energy transition: experts (Global Times) Nov 15, 2021
  • Cop26 president Alok Sharma 'deeply frustrated' by India and China over coal (The Guardian)
  • China's climate policy: Common ground at last…? (Trivium China Net Zero)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • They are not exactly anti-vaxxers, but hesitant Chinese say the government is too pushy (SupChina)
  • China wants to return to 'zero-Covid.' But cases have been above zero for seven weeks (CNN)
  • China ready to deal with Omicron variant with technological reserve for vaccines: CDC official (Global Times)
  • China extols isolation as countries rush to impose Omicron travel bans (CNN)
  • China study says adopting US stance would trigger Covid surge (Bloomberg)
  • China says zero-Covid policy will protect it against Omicron variant (FT)
  • China prevents over 200 million COVID-19 infections and 3 million deaths thanks to dynamic zero-case policy: top CDC expert (Global Times)
  • How will Omicron COVID variant impact China? (Shine)
  • Shanghai cancels hundreds of flights, shuts schools over three Covid cases (AFP)
  • China's homegrown virus pill could offer a pivot from Covid Zero (Bloomberg)
  • Schandalen

  • International Tennis Federation doesn't have plans to suspend tournaments in China amid Peng Shuai concerns (msn.com)
  • Peng Shuai: International Tennis Federation 'does not want to punish a billion people' by suspending China tournaments (BBC)
  • Peng Shuai: Beijing is angry at the WTA for pulling out of China. But it can't let Chinese people know about it (CNN)
  • Tennis-National bodies back WTA suspension of China tournaments over Peng concerns (Reuters)
  • Why Peng Shuai has China's leaders spooked (NYT)
  • IOC to meet Peng Shuai before Olympics as global outcry increases (Newsweek)
  • Steve Simon: Who is the WTA boss taking on China? (BBC)
  • Peng Shuai needs more than 'quiet diplomacy'. If she can be silenced, no Chinese athletes are safe (The Guardian)
  • Steve Simon, rustige en zakelijk tennisbaas, treedt met harde opstelling tegenover China principieel op de voorgrond ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Chinese Tennis Association strongly condemns WTA's decision to suspend tournaments in China (Global Times)
  • Sport

  • Why China was ready with short guest list for Beijing Winter Olympics long before US diplomatic boycott (SCMP)
  • China's winter sports industry hopes Olympic Games will yield white gold (Reuters)
  • The Nazis used us during the 1936 Olympics. We cannot fall for the same propaganda tactics in China next year (The Forward)
  • Australia may use Covid restrictions to justify diplomatic boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics (The Guardian)
  • Principles v money: from tennis to F1, this is the real contest taking over global sport (The Guardian)
  • Ex-UN chief Ban Ki-moon to attend Beijing Winter Olympics as IOC Ethics Commission Chair (Global Times)
  • What major sports are still in China amid Peng Shuai scandal? (NYT)
  • Beijing Winter Games protests tempered by reality (Asia Times)
  • China ziet in omikronvariant geen gevaar voor Winterspelen (ANP)
  • Saudi Arabia and China are accused of using sports to cover up human rights abuse (NPR)
  • Taiwan

  • hina slams US provocations over Taiwan question (Xinhua)
  • Defending Taiwan: Think globally and 'look up' (Asia Times)
  • Honduras becomes new front in US-China struggle over Taiwan (FT)
  • The Biden administration is right to include Taiwan in the Summit for Democracy (Brookings)
  • Chinese submarine's alleged surprise show highlights risk of the unexpected at sea (CNN)
  • As US-China tensions rise ahead of summit, marines train for Taiwan crisis (Newsweek)
  • Honduras president-elect's China pledge puts Taiwan and US on edge (The Guardian)
  • Taiwan thanks Australian PM and defence minister for grim warning over China (The Guardian)
  • Beijing targets Taiwanese companies with operations in China (FT)
  • As China menaces Taiwan, island's friends aid its secretive submarine project (Reuters)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong leader backs Beijing critique of western democracy, claims 'patriots only' election has diversity (HK Free Press)
  • HK-China border reopening hangs on Omicron's spread (Asia Times)
  • Hong Kong's constitutional minister threatens to take action against Wall Street Journal over calling for protest votes in legislative poll (SCMP)
  • New HK bishop unlikely to upset the apple cart ($$SCMP)
  • Absence of dissident artist Ai Weiwei's works spurs fears of Hong Kong art censorship (VoA)
  • Hong Kong: How is China's crackdown changing the city's identity? (Deutsche Welle)
  • Hong Kong loses 1,000 teachers in year to crackdown, Covid (Bloomberg)
  • Hong Kongers chafe under 'inhumane' quarantine regime (FT)
  • Disney+ channel launches in Hong Kong, without the Simpsons Tiananmen Square episode (The Guardian)
  • National security law: why have Hong Kong's activist groups fallen like dominoes? Who is to blame and can civil society rebuild itself? (SCMP)
  • Macau

  • 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)
  • China bans pro-democracy candidates in Macau elections (The Guardian)
  • Tibet

  • 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)
  • Tibetan dissident Dhi Lhaden sentenced to 4 years in jail (Biter Winter)
  • Dalai Lama says prefers to stay in India since Taiwan-China relations 'delicate' (The Express Tribune)
  • Dalai Lama: Leaders in China 'don't understand the variety of different cultures' (The Hill)
  • 'Xizang': China is stealing from Tibet even its name (Bitter Winter)
  • Tibet's new boss means business (Trivium China)
  • Celtics' China broadcasts erased after Kanter attacks 'cultural genocide' in Tibet (The Guardian)
  • Wang Junzheng, 'butcher of Xinjiang,' becomes Party Secretary of Tibet (Bitter Winter)
  • Xinjiang

  • Delivering 'judgment' on lies of the century provokes 25 million people in Xinjiang: regional spokesperson (Global Times)
  • Xinjiang: On technology and crimes against humanity (SupChina)
  • Who ordered the Uyghur genocide? Look no further than China's leader ($$The Washington Post)
  • Congress needs to act on Xi Jinping's genocide now ($$The Washington Post)
  • Xinjiang: Twitter closes thousands of China state-linked accounts spreading propaganda (The Guardian)
  • Xinjiang: The dynamics of genocide revealed (Bitter Winter)
  • House of Lords tells UK government it should act now against China (Bitter Winter)
  • Airbnb hosts Xinjiang rentals on land owned by sanctioned group (Axios)
  • Leaked papers link Xinjiang crackdown with China leadership (The Guardian)
  • Chinese vlogger films Uyghur concentration camps in Xinjiang (AsiaNews)
  • 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

  • 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)
  • New Covid variant called omicron not Xi to avoid offending Chinese ruler (The Telegraph)
  • 'What's the use of calling?': Hotline outburst goes viral (CNN)
  • Ayayi, première employée virtuelle d’Alibaba (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Mercedes-Benz hurts Chinese men’s feelings with video featuring feminist comedian (SupChina)
  • Pole dancing performance at non-official industrial meeting sparks controversy (Global Times)
  • China shouldn't cancel Piano Prince Li Yundi over one night with a sex worker. Look at Hugh Grant ($$SCMP)
  • Namewee & Kimberley Chen: How two singers defeated the CCP (Bitter Winter)
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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