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  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • China's growing role in the global refugee crisis (That's Shanghai)
  • Egyptian police detain Uighurs and deport them to China (The New York Times)
  • Video: China's 1st desert railway survives sand erosion (Xinhua)
  • Essay: The Trump and Xi Jinping era: finding support in music and words (The National Book Review)
  • On climate, China should think small (Bloomberg)
  • As zeal for China dims, global companies complain more boldly (The New York Times)
  • Criticism of Beijing’s North Korea policy comes from unlikely place: China (The New York Times)
  • East China province rolls out new regulation to protect 'red tourism' site (Xinhua)
  • Can China save the global order? (Project Syndicate)
  • China poised as key stabilizer in world economy: Boao Forum (CNBC.com) 23 Mar 2017
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • No more easy money for six big spenders (SupChina)
  • Beijing's urban transformation creates quality growth (Xinhua)
  • Dalian Wanda $9.3bn deal in 'crazy' restructuring (BBC)
  • China’s growth surprise is born of policy failure (Financial Times)
  • China's soaring innovation-driven economic sectors offer inspiration for global growth (Xinhua)
  • A cleanup of 'holes in the wall' in China's capital (The New York Times)
  • In urban China, cash is rapidly becoming obsolete (The New York Times)
  • China's strong second-quarter GDP growth paves way for deeper reforms (Reuters)
  • Local governments find new ways to play debt game (Caixing)
  • China reports 6.9% second-quarter GDP growth on year, topping expectations (CNBC)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Premier Li says China to open wider to world (Xinhua)
  • China maintains grip on overseas deals (Caixin)
  • China is increasingly becoming key for Israel's high-tech industry (CNBC)
  • Chinese president eyes Belt and Road cooperation with Palestine (Xinhua)
  • China to open wider to welcome foreign investment (Xinhua)
  • China takes up 15% of tours to Antarctica as 2nd largest source market (China Travel News)
  • China's railway diplomacy hits the buffers (Financial Times)
  • Why China’s global shipping ambitions will not easily be contained (Financial Times)
  • Why China’s global shipping ambitions will not easily be contained (Financial Times)
  • Abbas says Palestine to discuss cooperation with China on Belt & Road Initiative (Xinhua)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Pope Francis’ bold outreach to China is (maybe) starting to yield
  • China shows zero tolerance to 'sovereignty' threats (The Hindu)
  • Why is the India-China border stand-off escalating? (BBC)
  • Trade talks fizzle as China rebuffs key Trump team demand (The Washington Post)
  • China calls for political settlement in Libyan crisis (Xinhua)
  • China supports full Palestinian sovereignty (Agencies)
  • China proposes trilateral dialogue with Palestine, Israel (Xinhua)
  • China to host symposium on Palestine-Israel peace (Xinhua)
  • Xi pledges 'unremitting' efforts for Middle East peace (Reuters)
  • Brunei eyes more Chinese tourists with new chartered flights (Xinhua)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • New agreement will allow US rice exports to China (BBC)
  • China escalates imports of crude from United States (China Daily)
  • US and China emerge from trade talks without agreement
  • 'Making China great again': Beijing-run media crows as US stumbles (CNBC)
  • What to expect from China-US economic dialogue (China Daily)
  • Alibaba's Jack Ma calls for seizing the future to seek broader China-US cooperation (Xinhua)
  • The summer of misreading Thucydides (The Atlantic)
  • How China could make Trump miserable (The Week)
  • Trump puts squeeze on Beijing over North Korea (World Affairs)
  • US and Chinese executives to meet on nations' economic relations (The New York Times)
  • China - Europa

  • UK 'now less appealing' to rich Chinese (BBC)
  • Keep vigilant about EU's protectionism tendency (Xinhua)
  • European business group urges China to show greater openness, clarity for foreign investment (Caixin)
  • Dying dissident Liu Xiaobo must be allowed to travel, UK and EU urge China (The Guardian)
  • Liu Xiaobo: Merkel urges China to show humanity to ailing activist (The Guardian)
  • Xi says should 'shelve differences' in meeting with British PM (U.S. News & World Report)
  • Xi, Macron agree to promote China-France cooperation (Xinhua)
  • May meets Xi Jinping as China suggests 'shelving' Hong Kong row (The Guardian)
  • Chinese president eyes more stable, rapid development of ties with Britain (Xinhua)
  • China ready to work with France to support economic globalization, reform global governance: Chinese foreign minister
  • China - Nederland

  • Chinese villagers seek return of mummified monk in Dutch court (Xinhua)
  • China, France and the Netherlands agree to strengthen cooperation on information technology and AI (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
  • The new silk route, for horses, from Rotterdam to Shanghai (Xinhua)
  • Dutch city of Tilburg sees 'golden opportunity' in direct Chengdu rail link (Xinhua)
  • Rembrandt and other artists' masterpieces exhibited in Beijing (Xinhua)
  • Arrestatie Anbang-topman treft ook Nederlandse dochter Vivat (Financieel Dagblad)
  • 318 miljoen kwijt bij Chinese partner FrieslandCampina: directeur staat er alleen voor (de Volkskrant)
  • Two giant pandas make enchanting debut at Dutch zoo (Xinhua)
  • Sino-Dutch ties developing on fast track: envoy (Xinhua)
  • Universiteit Leiden versterkt samenwerking met China en Zuid-Korea (Universiteit Leiden)
  • Politiek

  • Liu Xiaobo: Censored by China, supporters take to social media (BBC)
  • China disrupts WhatsApp service in online clampdown (The New York Times)
  • China's ocean burial of Liu Xiaobo backfires as activists stage sea protests (The Guardian)
  • As Liu Xiaobo dies in isolation, it's time to abandon 'quiet diplomacy' (China Change)
  • How China tames dissent on the Internet (The Washington Post)
  • How's an investor in The Peninsula's holding company linked to Xi Jinping's right-hand man? (South China Morning Post)
  • All the signs that China’s Xi Jinping is planning on a third term (Quartz)
  • As China prepares for new top leaders, women are still shut out (The New York Times)
  • The path forward in the wake of Liu Xiaobo’s passing (China Change)
  • Why Shanghai's best-known liberal bookshop is closing down (South China Morning Post)
  • Maatschappij

  • Beijing begins migrant school demolition in depopulation drive (Financial Times)
  • Millions of donkeys wiped out by demand for Chinese medicine (The Herald, Scotland)
  • Urbanization in China prevents 450,000 premature deaths since 1980: study (Xinhua)
  • Why China’s dog-meat market has expanded (The Economist)
  • China officially the world's least lazy country (Shanghai Expat)
  • Why China's Communists recognise just 56 ethnic groups (The Economist)
  • Chinese gay video ban sparks online backlash (BBC)
  • The Beijing marriage market: putting a price on a perfect match in a Chinese park (South China Morning Post)
  • China to curb student obesity (Xinhua)
  • Road tragedy involving seniors triggers debate (Global Times)
  • Militaire zaken

  • Hindu nationalism risks pushing India into war with China (Global Times)
  • China moved huge military hardware into Tibet after Sikkim standoff (Press Trust of India)
  • Chinese navy greeted by NATO in North Sea (People's Daily Online)
  • China dares India, says ready for ‘all-out confrontation’ (IANS, India)
  • India should withdraw troops to avoid escalation of tension: Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman (Xinhua)
  • China rejects media reports of Indian soldier deaths in attack (CGTN)
  • Video: China takes advantage of US limits on military drone sales (The Wall Street Journal)
  • India’s provocation will trigger all-out confrontation on Line of Actual Control (Global Times)
  • Chinese coast guard ships confirmed in waters off northwest Kyushu islands for first time (Kyodo)
  • Japan should 'get used to' Chinese military in Miyako Strait (China Daily)
  • Cultuur

  • China tightens regulation of private museums (Xinhua)
  • Chinese Confucius museum to house over 700,000 relics (Xinhua)
  • China's National Museum tops world museum list (China Plus)
  • Tintin creator and his decades-long affection for China (Xinhua)
  • China's famous Terracotta Army gets digital boost (China Plus, CRI)
  • The earthy glories of ancient China (The New York Review of Books)
  • China taking on Wikipedia with its own online encyclopaedia (South China Morning Post)
  • Chinese bamboo slips hold world's earliest decimal calculator (Xinhua)
  • 17 secrets of the Great Wall of China (Travel + Leisure)
  • Chinese influence in Hollywood has cost me film roles, says Richard Gere (The Times)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China's high-tech innovations known worldwide (Xinhua)
  • Code of conduct issued for scientists (China Daily) 18 jul 2017
  • Death toll rises to 22 in house fire in China's Jiangsu (Xinhua)
  • China may match or beat America in artificial intelligence (The Economist)
  • Inside China's 'big data valley': the rapid hi-tech transformation of Guiyang (The Guardian)
  • China had 37 million college students in 2016 (Xinhua)
  • Artificial Intelligence to create over 100,000 jobs in one Chinese province alone (Xinhua)
  • Migrant children losing their schools (Caixin)
  • Global artificial intelligence summit forum held in East China (Xinhua)
  • China makes key breakthrough in artificial sun research (Xinhua)
  • Milieu

  • Rooftops power China solar boom (Caixin)
  • China to ban imports of 24 kinds of solid waste (CGTN)
  • China's religious revival fuels environmental activism (The New York Times) JULY 12, 2017
  • China surpasses US as largest producer of renewable energy (Shanghai Expat)
  • In China's murky waters, global sewage firms seek rewards (Reuters)
  • China cuts use of dirty coal by 40 percent, consultancy Wood Mackenzie says (CNBC)
  • As Beijing joins climate fight, Chinese companies build coal plants (The New York Times)
  • China to build 'forest city' to combat pollution (Shanghai Expat)
  • What's next for China after US pulls out of Paris Accord? (Caixin)
  • Floating solar farm plants roots in Eastern China (Caixin)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Suspect caught in connection to fatal Jiangsu house fire (Xinhua)
  • 19 killed in south China road accident (Xinhua)
  • Heavy rain kills 56 in central, south China (Xinhua)
  • Hope fades for 93 buried in landslide (Shanghai Daily)
  • Hopes fade in China for 93 missing in landslide (Reuters)
  • Sichuan landslide: Local authorities release identities of 118 missing people (Xinhua)
  • China landslide leaves at least 140 missing in Sichuan (BBC)
  • Turbulence on Paris-China flight injures 26 (BBC)
  • Chinese police blame lone bomber for killing 8 at kindergarten gate (The Washington Post)
  • 22-year-old man identified as suspect in kindergarten explosion (Caixin)
  • Schandalen

  • Get out! Chinese agents bar access to the 'free' wife of Liu Xiaobo (The Guardian)
  • Five former senior officials under investigation for accepting bribes (Xinhua)
  • Chinese state media rails against human rights 'losers' after Liu Xiaobo's death (Breitbart)
  • China just buried a human rights activist the way the US buried Osama bin Laden (Quartz)
  • Tomb robbing, perilous but alluring, makes comeback in China (The New York Times)
  • Liu Xiaobo: dissident's friends angry after hastily arranged sea burial (The Guardian)
  • China vows to protect legitimate rights of Liu Xiaobo's wife as a citizen (Global Times)
  • Independent Federation of Chinese Students and Scholars on the death of Liu Xiaobo: 'This was a long and public slaughter' (China Change)
  • Liu Xiaobo: Chinese dissident cremated in private ceremony (BBC)
  • The unbroken Liu Xiaobo (The New Yorker)
  • Sport

  • Chinese whispers scarce after rules put brakes on Chinese Super League’s megastar transfers (The Guardian)
  • President Xi's soccer reform plan may help create virtuous circle (Global Times)
  • China's government tightens its grip on golf, shuts down courses (NPR)
  • Lionel Messi theme park to open in China in 2019 (World Tourism Cities Federation)
  • China loses to Netherlands 4-14 to finish 6th at Women's Water Polo World League Super Final (Xinhua)
  • Ping pong ding-dong: China champion sued over casino debts (BBC)
  • Video: Chinese football clubs face 100% foreign player tax (BBC)
  • Argentina to collaborate with China in developing football talent (Xinhua)
  • Guangzhou Evergrande charged over banner at Asian Champions League match (BBC)
  • Chinese consortium nets soccer giant AC Milan (Caixin)
  • Taiwan

  • Muffled by China, Taiwan president embraces Twitter as megaphone (The New York Times)
  • China resolutely opposes US arms sales to Taiwan (Xinhua)
  • US plans to sell Taiwan about $1.42 billion in arms (Reuters)
  • China’s focus on Taiwan’s weakness may backfire (Times of News)
  • Most Taiwanese consider Taiwan, China separate countries, poll suggests (Kyodo)
  • China to assist Panamanian students in Taiwan (China Daily)
  • Taiwan faces political, not economic, hit after Panama switches ties to Beijing (Bloomberg)
  • Panama cuts ties with Taiwan in favour of China (BBC)
  • China hits back at Taiwan leader's offer of help on democracy (Reuters)
  • Taiwan tells China don't use 'black box' hearing against detained activist (Reuters)
  • Hongkong

  • 'I won't give up fighting': barred Hong Kong politician pushes back against Beijing (The Guardian)
  • Ruling threatens Hong Kong's independence from China (The New York Times)
  • Hong Kong court disqualifies pro-democracy lawmakers (BBC)
  • Hong Kong's future in doubt (The New York Times)
  • Why controversy marches to the tune of China’s national anthem in Hong Kong (South China Morning Post)
  • Asia Society blames staff for barring Hong Kong activist's speech (The New York Times)
  • China's first operational aircraft carrier Liaoning arrives in Hong Kong (BBC)
  • Xi trekt streep in het zand in Hongkong (Financieel Dagblad)
  • Xi sees 'challenges' in Hong Kong as Beijing dismisses any UK role (Reuters)
  • Xi Jinping talks tough to Hong Kong (The Economist)
  • Macau

  • 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)
  • Adelson settles lawsuit with ex-head of China casino unit
  • The casino city where staff keep disappearing
  • China more than triples Macau's size with new maritime jurisdiction
  • Macau gambling industry faces challenges on multiple fronts
  • Casino giant Wynn Resorts hit by Macau slowdown
  • Former UN president and Chinese billionaire are accused in Macau graft scheme
  • Tibet

  • China warns Botswana over Dalai Lama's visit in August (Phayul.com)
  • China is challenged on bid for Unesco heritage status in Tibetan area (The New York Times)
  • Tibetan cuts own throat in Lhasa freedom protest (Radio Free Asia)
  • China to select 10,000 volunteer teachers to Xinjiang, Tibet (Xinhua)
  • Japan reminded of China's 'grave concerns' about Tibet (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • US representatives, Dalai Lama take aim at China sore spot Tibet (AP)
  • Some CPC members funding Dalai Lama: official (tibet.cn)
  • Dalai Lama's journey to Arunachal Pradesh provokes China, and hints at his heir (The New York Times)
  • China slams India for provoking border conflict with Dalai invite (Global Times)
  • The kingdom of women: the Tibetan tribe where a man is never the boss (The Guardian)
  • Xinjiang

  • Xinjiang to close over 100 small collieries in 2017(Xinhua)
  • China launches racial profiling campaign to assess Uyghurs' security risk (Radio Free Asia)
  • China detains 'more than 100' Uyghur Muslims returning from overseas pilgrimage (Radio Free Asia)
  • In China's far west the 'perfect police state' is emerging (The Guardian)
  • Muslim children forced to drop 'religious' names in western China (The Guardian)
  • China's claims of human rights progress in Xinjiang 'flimsy propaganda', say pressure groups (South China Morning Post)
  • Official white paper: Human rights in Xinjiang - development and progress (Xinhua)
  • Restaurants ordered to remain open in Xinjiang amid Ramadan fast (Radio Free Asia)
  • Ex-paramilitary commander of Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps expelled (China Daily)
  • Publishing house brings Chinese wisdom to Arabic speakers (Xinhua)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • 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)
  • World's longest desert highway starts operation (CCTV.com)
  • Chinese police detain eight ethnic Mongolians amid dispute over grassland (Radio Free Asia)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Justin Bieber banned from China for 'bad behaviour' (The Guardian)
  • Outrage over Audi ad comparing women to used cars (SupChina)
  • Winnie the Pooh blacklisted by China’s online censors (Financial Times)
  • Wrong China policy: White House calls Xi Jinping president of Taiwan (The Guardian)
  • China is investigating that weird, traffic-straddling bus, which in retrospect was totally a scam (The Verge)
  • Flight delayed in Shanghai after passenger throws coins into engine for good luck (Caixin)
  • China launches campaign to eradicate Chinglish (Shanghai Expat)
  • No parodies please, this is the Chinese national anthem (SupChina)
  • China's road-straddling bus bites the dust (CNN)
  • Temperatures on Xinjiang's Flaming Mountain hit 70 degrees Celsius (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