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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • The Aukus pact is a sign of a new global order (The Guardian)
  • Xi-Biden phone call positive sign amid fraught ties; signals growing US anxiety to seek China's help (Global Times)
  • Second-phase political farce of the ‘Uyghur Tribunal’ about to be staged with more lies from ‘actors and actresses’ (Global Times)
  • Xi puts the communist back in the Communist Party (Trivium China)
  • China defends its vaccines, says leaders of over 30 countries publicly vaccinated (CGTN)
  • Xi Focus: Advancing people's democracy in China (Xinhua)
  • China's crackdown on Didi is a reminder that Beijing is in charge (NYT)
  • 100th anniversary of the Party who killed 50 million (Bitter Winter)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Chips wars: SMIC and TSMC respond to the semiconductor shortage (Asia Times)
  • Evergrande ma non solo. Cosa c’è dietro la grande crisi cinese (Formiche)
  • Protesters in China besiege an indebted property developer (The Economist)
  • Didi loses 30% of daily users after Beijing crackdown following IPO (FT)
  • Financial blogger crackdown leaves China investors scrabbling for data (FT)
  • A Chinese property giant warns of 'tremendous' financial pressure (AFP)
  • Tensions are high in China as all eyes turn to Evergrande (CNN)
  • Investors bet China's cosmetic surgery industry is next on regulators' hit list (FT)
  • Chinese land auction blunder undercuts Xi's inequality crusade (FT)
  • China is preparing to test a thorium-fuelled nuclear reactor (Nature)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Als China dat vraagt, past de Wereldbank de cijfers aan (De Standaard)
  • China's CPTPP application faces hurdles, but vast market 'irresistible' (Global Times)
  • China applies to join key Asia-Pacific trade pact (BBC)
  • China eyes more coal imports from Mongolia as supply shortage bites (SCMP)
  • George Soros, not BlackRock, is the one making a China blunder (SCMP)
  • Building BRICS (Trivium China)
  • Foreign investment is indispensable (Trivium China)
  • Lithium will be as era-defining as oil, and China is dominating its supply (New Statesman)
  • China urges deeper BRICS cooperation (China Daily)
  • China's 'political pressure' on Australian economy isn't working, treasurer says (CNN)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • S.China Sea, Xinjiang, HK, Taiwan: US, Australia urged to stop interfering in China's internal affairs (Xinhua)
  • Aukus is jolting Australia out of its strategic stability cocoon (The Guardian)
  • China strongly condemns attack at its Consulate General in Brazil (CGTN)
  • Game-changer or irresponsible? The known unknowns on Australia's nuclear submarine deal (The Guardian)
  • TTP's (Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan) enmity toward Pakistan creates risk for Chinese projects: analysts
  • China committed to promoting friendship, cooperation with Belarus to higher level: FM (Xinhua)
  • US tries to soothe French anger over Australian naval pact (FT)
  • China, Russia bring Iran, Pakistan into fold to face Afghanistan crisis together (Newsweek)
  • Australia dismisses China 'outbursts' and flags plans for more US military on home soil (The Guardian)
  • Wikipedia blames pro-China infiltration for bans (BBC)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Why a network of alliances could tie down China across the Asia-Pacific region (SCMP)
  • Chinese military slams US warship transit in Taiwan Strait (China Military Online)
  • Trade versus subs: The risky US tradeoff in the Asia-Pacific (Council on Foreign Relations)
  • Is conflict between the US and China inevitable? Not if they talk to each other (SCMP)
  • US crosses rudimentary moral line in bashing others: Chinese diplomat (Xinhua)
  • 'Aukus will be the real theme of the G20, not Afghanistan' (Pledge Times)
  • AUKUS: On 16 September, a new coalition was announced (The New Statesman)
  • In submarine deal with Australia, US counters China but enrages France (NYT)
  • Wikipedia's neutrality 'hugely impaired' after ban on Chinese mainland users: WMC insider (Global Times)
  • AUKUS to bring ‘nuclear-powered submarine fever’ across globe (Global Times editorial)
  • China - Europa

  • France recalls ambassadors from US and Australia over submarine deal (Axios)
  • London: Reminders of CCP oppression may surround the world's largest Chinese embassy (Bitter Winter)
  • Biden's new alliance on China blindsides Europe (Axios)
  • France warns 'Aukus' alliance threatens security partnerships in Indo-Pacific (SCMP)
  • China to take necessary response to UK Parliament's ban of ambassador (Global Times)
  • China's 'expelling' of Lithuanian ambassador is a justified and legitimate reaction: Chinese Mission to EU ( Global Times)
  • UK's new Foreign Secretary Liz Truss on China (Beijing to Britain)
  • Chinese diplomat warns Germany, EU against targeting Chinese firms (Global Times)
  • Chinese ambassador to UK barred from British parliament (The Guardian)
  • Das Ende einer Epoche (Trivium China)
  • China - Nederland

  • 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)
  • De Chinese versie van de waarheid verovert de wereld, verhaal voor verhaal, te beginnen bij het AD ($$de Volkskrant)
  • The 'Xinjiang is a good place' video exchange was successfully held in the Netherlands (nl.china-embassy.org)
  • Chinees in het voortgezet onderwijs: de stand van zaken (china2025.nl)
  • ASML vreest dat dieven gestolen bedrijfsgeheimen gaan exploiteren in China (FD)
  • Huawei verdwijnt uit de kern van Nederlandse telecomnetwerken (FD)
  • Politiek

  • More pressure on platforms to self-censor (Trivium China)
  • Back to the revolutionary roots (Trivium China)
  • Xi trekt de teugels aan in China: de markt wordt ondergeschikt aan de communistische doelen ($de Volkskrant)
  • China issues guideline on developing civilized cyberspace (Xinhua)
  • A liberal world with liberal China (Settimana News)
  • 700 star-related entities canceled amid national campaign, enhanced management needed to prevent tax evasion (Global Times)
  • Xi Jinping's China: rectification, not revolution (Editorial The Guardian)
  • Incendiary essay ignites guessing over Xi's plans for China (NYT)
  • China's crackdown on entertainment industry has outsiders rethinking market (VoA)
  • Li Guangman: How an obscure electric school teacher scared millions of Chinese (Bitter Winter)
  • Maatschappij

  • Li Keqiang's prescription for China's healthcare system (Trivium China)
  • Over 1 billion people fully vaccinated in China (CGTN)
  • Housing grants offered to incentivize more births (Shine)
  • China's social credit system is actually quite boring ($$Foreign Policy)
  • Torchbearer for China's National Games comes under fire due to her 'online celebrity' title (Global Times)
  • An intern took on one of China's biggest TV stars in a landmark #MeToo case. She lost, but vowed to fight on (CNN)
  • 500,000 jobs to be created for disabled (China Daily)
  • Video: China's coronavirus-fuelled surfing boom (BBC)
  • Casting good-looking but untalented celebrities is abnormal, China says (SupChina)
  • 17 % des cols blancs (masculins) sont déjà passés sous le bistouri (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Militaire zaken

  • Aukus: US and UK face backlash over Australia defence deal (BBC)
  • Nuke sub deal could make Australia 'potential nuclear war target' (Global Times)
  • The Guardian view on the Aukus defence pact: taking on China (Editorial The Guardian))
  • US to share nuclear submarine technology with Australia in new pact (WSJ)
  • US, UK and Australia forge military alliance to counter China (The Guardian)
  • Warning to China: Australia to acquire nuclear submarines in historic security pact with US, UK (Axios)
  • Chinese troops start joint anti-terrorism drill in Russia, involving member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (Global Times)
  • Japan detects suspected China submarine near southern island (AP)
  • Japan, Vietnam sign defense transfer deal amid China worries (AP)
  • Prenatal gene test Nifty under international scrutiny amid links to Chinese military (Reuters)
  • Cultuur

  • 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)
  • Ai Weiwei on colonialism and statues, Churchill, China and Covid (The Guardian)
  • Shanghai's dynamic art scene (Brookings)
  • Oscars 2021: Chloé Zhao, from 'outsider' to Hollywood history-maker (BBC)
  • China builds nearly 600,000 cultural centers in villages (Xinhua)
  • China's bookstores are making a comeback (SupChina)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • Premier Li wants a COVID cure (Trivium China)
  • Teaching, research staff at private tutoring agencies should be at least 50% of total employees: regulators (Global Times)
  • A homegrown mRNA vaccine on the horizon (Trivium China)
  • College students without teaching qualifications prohibited from subject-based tutoring: Hangzhou education authority (Global Times)
  • L'industrie du soutien scolaire reçoit une leçon (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • 'Reversing gear': China increasingly rejects English, and the world (NYT)
  • China's foreign students beg Beijing to allow them to return to the country to resume university study (SCMP)
  • China's children start first day schooled in 'Xi Jinping thought' (AFP)
  • China bans exams for six-year-old school children (BBC)
  • China has 289 million students in 2020 (Xinhua)
  • Milieu

  • Shifting calculations behind China's climate cooperation strategy (Trivium China)
  • Climate experts fear Aukus will dash hopes of China emissions deal (The Guardian)
  • China accelerates green shift in energy industry (Xinhua)
  • China taking the nuclear option in its drive towards carbon neutrality (SCMP)
  • China's architects considering sustainable green projects to meet 2060 net zero goal (Global Times)
  • China to put carbon emission goals into medium- and long-term development strategy (Global Times)
  • UK planning last-ditch China climate talks to break impasse before Cop26 (The Guardian)
  • Emssion reduction efforts: Please moderate your actions (Trivium China)
  • UK-led Cop26 talks at risk of failure over China's refusal to cut emissions ($$The Telegraph)
  • China, UK hold talks in Tianjin on climate change (CGTN)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Fujian widens efforts to control outbreak (China Daily)
  • COVID apocalypse dawns on Fujian (Trivium China)
  • Cases double in new south-east China Covid outbreak linked to school (The Guardian, agencies)
  • '‘China's Dr Fauci': How Zhang Wenhong became the face of Beijing’s Covid battle (The Guardian)
  • Shanghai suspends schools, flights as typhoon approaches China (Reuters)
  • China moves to contain fresh Covid outbreak in south-east Fujian province (The Guardian, agencies)
  • Chinese city with coronavirus outbreak stops buses, trains (AP)
  • Gas explosion in Chinese apartment building kills 8 (AP)
  • New details emerge about coronavirus research at Chinese lab (The Intercept)
  • China doesn't want to 'live with' Covid. But it may have to ($$NYT)
  • Schandalen

  • The Chinese have long faced state secrecy and stonewalling. Now the world is seeing that with covid-19 ($$The Washington Post)
  • A new book looks behind Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign (The Economist)
  • China announces stronger punishment for bribers, may 'blacklist' them in market access (Global Times)
  • To bribe or not to bribe (Trivium China)
  • Former 'anti-cult' top bureaucrat Peng Bo is in jail (Bitter Winter)
  • Rectification campaign bags bad cop (Trivium China)
  • Book 'Red Roulette: An Insider's Story of Wealth, Power, Corruption, and Vengeance in Today's China' (Amazon)
  • Beijing to crack down on abusive landlords and online rental platforms (SupChina)
  • China warns thousands of officials over links with businesses (FT)
  • China closes US auditor as tensions mount over forced labor allegations (WSJ)
  • Sport

  • Sports craze lingers on in China after Tokyo Olympics (Xinhua)
  • Opening ceremony of China's 14th National Games held in Xi'an (Ecns.cn)
  • A test run for the Olympics (CNN)
  • Xi's passion for sports drives social progress (China Daily)
  • Emma Raducanu, US Open winner, finds new fans in China (CNN)
  • World Cup dream fading after latest reality check (China Daily)
  • Survival of the fittest: sport the new arena for China's children in tutoring crackdown aftermath ($$SCMP)
  • Beijing 2022: China readies for Winter Olympics as pressure grows (BBC)
  • Allow full right to protest at Beijing Winter Olympics, European athletes’ body says (SCMP)
  • Nationalist sentiment rises as China off to strong start at Tokyo Olympics (CNN)
  • Taiwan

  • China opposes European Parliament's interference in Taiwan affairs (Xinhua)
  • China vows to resist 'interference' as Taiwan welcomes support from Aukus allies (The Guardian)
  • Taiwan is 'sea fortress' against China, minister tells US audience (Reuters)
  • Fanning flames: Taiwan's DPP authority to send trade delegation to Lithuania, Czech, Slovakia (Global Times)
  • Taiwan fighter jets practise road landings in drill simulating response to China attack (Reuters)
  • Poland sees potential in cooperation with Taiwan: top envoy (CNA)
  • Taiwan's chances of joining Asia's trade pact are dwindling (FT)
  • Taiwan targets disenchanted central Europe in investment drive (SCMP)
  • What the US withdrawal from Afghanistan means for Taiwan (NYT)
  • PLA jets will eventually patrol over Taiwan (Global Times editorial)
  • Hongkong

  • Antony Blinken deletes tweet saying 'We stand with the people of Hong Kong' (Newsweek)
  • US lawyer convicted over police fight warns Hong Kong's expats (Bloomberg)
  • Activists move to preserve historical records of Tiananmen amid China's pro-democracy crackdown in HK (Independent)
  • Hong Kong Gay Games postponed due to Covid travel restrictions (HKFP)
  • 'Factually wrong': Hong Kong press group hits back at criticism from security chief (HK Free Press)
  • Hong Kong: Activists jailed for joining banned Tiananmen vigil (BBC)
  • Hong Kong elections: why the next chief executive may no longer be known by 3 digits (SCMP)
  • HK flight bound for mainland target of bomb threat, no one injured: HK police (Global Times)
  • Hongkongse journalist Bao Chay: 'Ik probeer stand te houden zo lang als ik kan' ($$de Volkskrant)
  • The Tiananmen Museum is dead, long live the Tiananmen Museum! (Bitter Winter)
  • Macau

  • 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)
  • Macau bans 21 democrats from legislative elections (HK Free Press)
  • Macau closing office in Taipei amid rising Chinese pressure (AP)
  • Press freedom in Macau's gambling hub under spotlight as China ramps up scrutiny (Reuters)
  • Bets on for Macau's Sands China after US billionaire Adelson's death (Reuters)
  • 21 years after returning to motherland, Macau sets example for neighboring HK (Global Times)
  • Photo exhibition featuring Hong Kong protest images shut down in Macau (The Guardian)
  • Tibet

  • Film on Qing Dynasty rule of Tibet region shows 'firm resolve to guard sovereignty, territory' (Global Times)
  • Do separatists stand a chance in today's Tibet? – with urban life 'better than many east regions' and strong military-civilian bond at borders (Glob
  • China pushes adoption of language, cultural symbols in Tibet (AP)
  • Xi Jinping makes first visit to Tibet as president (Agencies)
  • Xi Jinping visits Tibet border region, first by Chinese leader in years (The Hindu)
  • China targets another region in ethnic assimilation campaign: Tibet (WSJ)
  • Tibetans defy China to celebrate Dalai Lama's birthday online (VoA)
  • Draconian sentences for Tibetan monks after monastery raid (China Digital Times)
  • Blinken extends warm wishes to Dalai Lama on occasion of his 86th birthday (US Department of State)
  • Prime Minister Modi's birthday greetings to the Dalai Lama and why they are significant (The India China Newsletter)
  • Xinjiang

  • Xinjiang: A terror such as the world has never seen (Bitter Winter)
  • Rape, forced prostitution of Uyghur and Kazakh women (Bitter Winter)
  • The Uyghur Tribunal's second session launched in London (Bitter Winter)
  • China's genetic profiling research faces pushback from academic journals over ethics concerns (SCMP)
  • How Xinjiang regained peace & stability - Police sacrifice, officials' devotion, residents' yearning for happy lives (Global Times)
  • Mensenrechtenorganisatie klaagt Duitse modeketens aan vanwege dwangarbeid in China (FD)
  • Maak kennis met China's paramilitaire dwangarbeid-conglomeraat (FD)
  • Xinjiang genocide conference aims to up pressure on China (AP)
  • Afghanistan's Taliban regime consolidates: What it means for the Uyghurs (Bitter Winter)
  • China holds firm on Xinjiang as neighbouring Afghanistan poses security concerns (SCMP)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • 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)
  • Inner Mongolia lifts 802,000 people out of poverty in 5 years (Xinhua)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Als de geest van de dode in het huis zit, vergeet het dan maar ($$de Volkskrant)
  • 'Nannies' who happen to teach: China cracks down on loopholes in private tutoring ban ($$SupChina)
  • Moving a colossal statue is costing millions. Officials are angry (Sixth Tone)
  • Le cannabis est d'origine chinoise (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Valentine International to ship entire whisky distillery from Scotland to China (The National)
  • Parents who never stopped searching reunite with son abducted 24 years ago $$NYT)
  • Man expects to be reunited with his abducted son after 24 years (Global Times)
  • A Chinese film removes scenes featuring a young Mao Zedong ($$The Economist)
  • Hong Kong husbands say boy band Mirror are ruining marriages by stealing their wives' hearts in viral Facebook group posts ($$SCMP)
  • Chinese Communists' 100th anniversary proves a boon for black market traders (FT)
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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