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  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • Kim Jong Un has President Trump right where he wants him (The Washington Post)
  • Trump's wars: The 3 most concerning possibilities: Middle East, North Korea and China (Axios)
  • US scrapped training exercise with South Korea involving B-52s (The Wall Street Journal)
  • Kim's choice for Trump: the summit or Bolton’s approach (Axios)
  • Maximum pressure on North Korea is gone, and it isn’t coming back (The Washington Post)
  • North Korea officials reportedly reading 'Fire and Fury' and 'Art of the Deal' to understand Trump (Newsweek)
  • Art of the deal: Is Kim Jong Un beating Trump at his own game? (Newsweek)
  • China urges North Korea not to cancel Trump summit (AP)
  • North Korean threats are 'splash of cold water' on expectations for talks ($$The New York Times)
  • Deciphering Kim Jong Un's motives (Foreign Affairs)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • ZTE mess shows need to change the 'Chinese way of doing business' (South China Morning Post)
  • Average salary of China’s urban employees reaches $11,000 in 2017 (People's Daily Online)
  • China's economic growth story will be cut short under Xi Jinping, research firm predicts (South China Morning post) 14 May 2018
  • With jail sentences and corporate flameouts, China is tackling its debt ($$The New York Times)
  • Chinese mainland has 38 nuclear power units in operation(Xinhua)
  • Wanda quietly launches Qingdao movie metropolis (China Film Insider)
  • China to cut US$9.5 billion in taxes for small and micro enterprises, high-tech firms (China Briefing)
  • China's sprawling Xiong'an: easier said than done ($$Caixin)
  • China smartphone sales power down in first quarter (Caixin)
  • 'Made in China' progresses as global industry undergoes transformation (Xinhua)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Foreign firms may be invited to join 'Made in China 2025' scheme, sources say (South China Morning Post)
  • Iran asks Chinese oil buyers to maintain imports after US sanctions - sources (Reuters)
  • Chinese telco ZTE bribed its way to greatness, now focuses on Australia (Financial Review, Australia)
  • Chinese public opinion turning against open trade? (SupChina)
  • The Internet revolution China intends to lead (China Media Project)
  • China forex reserves drop amid dollar strength (Seeking Alpha)
  • Nieuwe broeders: China en Israël (Het Financieel Dagblad)
  • The People’s Republic of Protectionism (Barron's)
  • Amazon is avoiding its China mistakes in India (Axios)
  • Brazil becomes top crude oil supplier in April for China's independent refiners (Platts)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Chinese-Vatican relations: Church building ($$The Economist)
  • CPC dialogue with world political parties to highlight opening-up policy, political firmness (Global Times)
  • China and the international order (RAND Corporation)
  • Multinationals bow to China's political sensitivities (Financial Times)
  • Dodgy report disturbs Sino-Indian ties (Global Times)
  • Foreign fishing vessels expelled from S.China Sea by joint forces patrol (Global Times)
  • How Chinese mining in the Himalayas may create a new military flashpoint with India (South China Morning Post)
  • China's love-hate relationship with Japan is love again. Ahem (South China Morning Post)
  • Duterte wants to be friends, why isn't China playing ball? (South China Morning Post)
  • New milestone in China-Portugal ties (CGTN)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • China, US near deal to settle ZTE sales ban (CGTN)
  • China secures core interests in trade talks (Global Times)
  • FTSE 100 hits record high as US and China call trade war truce
  • US and China halt imposing import tariffs (BBC)
  • Peking stemt in met extra invoer uit VS (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • China agrees to import more from US, no sign of $200 billion figure (Reuters)
  • Conflict VS en China draait vooral om technologische suprematie (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • China agrees to buy more US goods and services ($$The Wall Street Journal)
  • How tech may trip the Thucydides Trap (The Washington Post)
  • How energy deals could cut the US-China trade deficit (Axios)
  • China - Europa

  • Merkel to seek China as free-trade ally on Beijing trip (Bloomberg)
  • Europe heads east, Asia heads west (Inside Story)
  • Amid high expectation, Belt and Road Initiative brings more win-win results to Europe (Xinhua)
  • Eurovision 2018: Chinese channel barred from airing contest (BBC)
  • With Asia's rise, West must let go of Eurocentrism ($$Caixin)
  • Why Europe is afraid of the New Silk Roads (Asia Times)
  • Blue China: Navigating the Maritime Silk Road to Europe (European Council on Foreign Relations)
  • 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)
  • China - Nederland

  • 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)
  • Marietje Schaake over Chinese handelspolitiek: 'Het Westen wordt uitgespeeld' (Het Financieele Dagblad)
  • Nederlandse dirigent Harmen Cnossen brengt muzikale vrijheid aan Chinese musici (NPO)
  • 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)
  • Politiek

  • Chinese legal maverick, facing political gales, bides his time (The New York Times)
  • Xi Jinping's omnipresent propaganda empire (Axios)
  • China launches crackdown on illegal cultural organizations (Xinhua)
  • China escalates nationwide crackdown on Protestant churches (Radio Free Asia)
  • Communist Party's suppression of lawyers is a preemptive attack against an imaginary threat (China Change)
  • From the Little Red Book to the Big White one (The Times Literary Supplement)
  • Lenovo founder in public backlash for ‘unpatriotic 5G standards vote’ (technode)
  • Minister of Justice: advancing law-based governance will not shake Party’s leadership (Trivium)
  • Up to 16 more lawyers in China face disbarment or inability to practice (China Change)
  • Podcast: Small NGOs particularly vulnerable under new NGO law (SoundCloud)
  • Maatschappij

  • China considers ending birth limits as soon as this year (Bloomberg)
  • Firms in Beijing seek domestic helpers from poor areas amid shortage (Ecns.cn)
  • Social credit system must bankrupt discredited people: former official (Global Times)
  • More 'caring' system required to take care of aging population (Shine)
  • China's LGBT community treads cautiously amid intolerance (Reuters)
  • China firm gets lift with drug for '140 million impotent men' (AFP)
  • Price of freedom rises (slightly) ($$Caixin)
  • Naked city: lost in Shanghai with Liu Tao - in pictures (The Guardian)
  • Various Chinese regions stop LGBT right events (Global Times)
  • China raises minimum standard of basic pensions (Xinhua)
  • Militaire zaken

  • South China Sea dispute: China lands bombers on Woody Island (BBC)
  • China lands nuclear strike-capable bombers on South China Sea islands (Agencies)
  • Chinese military projects 'not funded' by Australian university grants (The Guardian)
  • China's second aircraft carrier concludes first sea trials (Xinhua)
  • Scientists find materials in S.China Sea needed in military, aerospace equipment (Global Times)
  • Iran's FM leaves Tehran for Beijing for talks on nuclear deal (Xinhua)
  • China, India & Pakistan: The need for a trilateral nuclear dialogue (IAPS Dialogue)
  • India wants to 'permanently patrol' the route to China has deployed Su-30 fighter (Fin Cnn News)
  • The Chinese company selling Iranian sniper gear around the world (Daily Beast)
  • China has put missiles on islands in the South China Sea (The Economist)
  • Cultuur

  • Archaeologist who uncovered China's 8,000-man terra cotta army dies at 82 (NPR)
  • China to use AI and drones to protect Great Wall (Xinhua)
  • Ai Weiwei's Little Blue Book on the refugee crisis (The New York Times)
  • 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)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China launches relay satellite to explore Moon's far side (Xinhua)
  • The birth of Westlake University ($$Caixin)
  • Year-long innovation expo unveiled (Shine)
  • Authorities try to end China’s age-old worship of top scorers in gaokao exams (Global Times)
  • China high school uses facial recognition to ensure students pay attention in class (Global Times)
  • Overseas study no longer a guarantee of success (China Daily)
  • The robotics industry in China (China Briefing)
  • How China's tech revolution threatens Silicon Valley (The Atlantic)
  • Inside Shanghai's robot bank: China opens world's first human-free branch (The Guardian)
  • China sees booming robotics industry (Xinhua)
  • Milieu

  • China is heading towards a water crisis: will government changes help?
  • Ministry of Ecology and Environment lays down the law (Axios)
  • Xi stresses efforts to build beautiful countryside with pleasant living environment (Xinhua)
  • 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)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • 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)
  • Shanghai van hits 18 pedestrians outside Starbucks (BBC)
  • Burning oil tanker 'sinks off China' after one week (BBC)
  • Schandalen

  • A hearing with Chinese characteristics: How the Beijing Lawyers’ Association helps persecute human rights lawyers (China Change)
  • Chinese doctor jailed for calling traditional medicine 'poison' issues apology (The Guardian)
  • China rejects appeal on behalf of Nobel Prize winner's widow (AP)
  • 'Pangolin banquet' official sentenced to 10 years for unrelated charges (Caixin)
  • Writers urge China to end house arrest of Liu Xia, wife of Nobel laureate (Reuters)
  • China: security guards assault women attending LGBT event (The Guardian)
  • Former head of China's Anbang jailed for 18 years (BBC)
  • How Lawyer Wang Yu was made to denounce the American Bar Association's human rights award in 2016 (China Change)
  • Millionaire woman who adopted 118 orphans detained (China Daily)
  • Why Costa Ricans are being paid to marry Chinese migrants (BBC)
  • 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

  • Do American companies need to take a stance on Taiwan? (ChinaFile)
  • Taiwan deepening defense cooperation with US dangerous, say Chinese experts (Global Times)
  • Taiwan accuses World Health Organisation of bowing to Beijing over invitation to top health meeting (AFP)
  • China insists on 'one China' policy for foreign airlines (Caixin)
  • Taiwan refusing to recognize the consensus on the one-China principle shuts itself out of conference: FM (China Daily)
  • Why China hopes Taiwan's loss of support from Dominican Republic will give the US pause (South China Morning Post)
  • Taiwan loses diplomatic ally as Dominican Republic switches ties to China (BBC)
  • Taiwan says China dangled $3 billion to grab ally Dominican Republic (Reuters)
  • Taiwan seems to be benefiting from Trump's presidency. So why is no one celebrating? (The Washington Post)
  • Chinese air force releases promotional video recapping Taiwan patrols (Xinhuanet)
  • Hongkong

  • What Hong Kong scientists' questions about mainland funding reveal (South China Morning Post)
  • Leading Hong Kong independence activist convicted of rioting, sentencing to come (Reuters)
  • Government rewrites history of Hong Kong’s 1997 handover, one inconvenient phrase at a time (South China Morning Post)
  • Changes to Hong Kong history textbooks offer lessons that must be learned (South China Morning Post)
  • China anti-corruption drive stretches to Hong Kong (Financial Times)
  • Africans fight Hong Kong prejudice with football (BBC)
  • Free speech fears as Beijing attacks Hong Kong professor ($$Financial Times)
  • Asia's bastion of free speech? Move aside, Hong Kong, it's Taiwan now ($$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)
  • 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

  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Xinjiang

  • All mosques should raise national flag: China Islamic Association (Global Times)
  • China’s repugnant campaign to destroy a minority people (The Washington Post)
  • Popular Uyghur singer's whereabouts unknown, believed detained in Xinjiang re-education camp (Radio Free Asia)
  • China's gulag for Muslims (SupChina)
  • Xinjiang implementing measures for the PRC counter-terrorism law (China Law Translate)
  • Survivors of China's far west political camps detail ordeal (AP)
  • What really happens in China's 're-education' camps ($$The New York Times)
  • Huawei's partnership with China on surveillance technology in Xinjiang raises concerns for foreign users (The Globe and Mail)
  • Visiting officials occupy homes in Muslim region (Human Rights Watch)
  • How Stalin elevated the Chinese Communist Party to power in Xinjiang in 1949 (Wilson Center)
  • 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

  • More owners willing to spend big on pet burial (China Daily)
  • Academy apologizes for Taoist blessings at nuclear project (Global Times)
  • Chinese passenger pulls open escape hatch to get some fresh air while waiting on ‘stuffy’ plane (South China Morning Post)
  • China's holy sites list on the stockmarket: Monks v markets ($$The Economist)
  • China family deploy stranger to pose as dead daughter for 13 years to protect mother from grief (Telegraph)
  • 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)
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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