Laatste nieuws

Notice: Undefined variable: currentcategory in /www/laatste_nieuws.php on line 57 Notice: Undefined variable: i in /www/laatste_nieuws.php on line 67 Notice: Undefined variable: currentcontext in /www/laatste_nieuws.php on line 71
  • Notice: Undefined variable: i in /www/laatste_nieuws.php on line 75

    China en de wereldcrisis

  • Cold War games: US is preparing to test the waters in icy Arctic ($$WSJ)
  • Kim and Trump back at square 1: if US keeps sanctions, North will keep nuclear program ($$NYT)
  • Kim Jong-un warns of change in direction on denuclearisation (BBC)
  • US and China fleshing out trade deal ($$WSJ)
  • The age of uneasy peace: Chinese power in a divided world (Foreign Affairs)
  • North Korea says it won't denuclearize until US removes threat ($$NYT)
  • Xi Jinping: The man who leads China's reform into a new era (Xinhua)
  • US sets new March 2 date for China tariff increases amid talks (Reuters)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China's small and midsize businesses continue to struggle despite support ($$Caixin)
  • Real estate market: trying to thread the policy needle (Trivium)
  • Economic media blitz (Trivium)
  • Employment pressures mounting (Trivium)
  • Onverwachte krimp export China (ANP-RTR-Bloomberg)
  • Next-generation nuclear reactor ready for commercial run in China ahead of Europe (Xinhua)
  • Huawei is no. 5 global R&D investor, European Commission says (Caixin)
  • Worries about unemployment mount as China’s economy slows ($$The Economist)
  • China car sales post first annual decline in 20 years (Asia Times)
  • China’s science and tech minister calls on private enterprises to develop ‘core technologies’ (SCMP)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China's not too rich for World Bank loans, report says ($$Caixin)
  • China investment in North America and Europe plunges to 6-year low ($$Caixin)
  • China trade slowdown sparks fresh global economic fears (The Guardian)
  • Huawei Canada executive leaves post as scrutiny of company grows (Reuters)
  • As world economy stumbles into 2019, eyes turn to China (Reuters)
  • Kyrgyzstan debunks rumors around Chinese loans (Global Times)
  • 'China leidend voor elektrische auto' (ANP)
  • Russia buys quarter of world yuan reserves in shift from dollar ($$Bloomberg)
  • Tesla sets up 15 companies, dozens of subsidiaries in China (Global Times)
  • Tesla boss Elon Musk says he loves China, so Premier Li Keqiang offers him a green card (SCMP)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Huawei founder speaks, fails to allay fears (Trivium)
  • Robert Schellenberg case: China accuses Canada of 'double standards' (BBC)
  • Polish ex-security official charged with spying for China during government service ($$WSJ)
  • China slams Canadian PM's criticism of drug smuggler's death sentence (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China is increasingly keen to be an Arctic player - Xi holds talks with Finnish president (Trivium)
  • How BRI poses risks to 21st-century geopolitical landscape (Asia Times)
  • 'Hostage' diplomacy: Canadian's death sentence in China sets worrying tone, experts say (The Guardian)
  • Canadian's death sentence in China 'horrific', family says (BBC)
  • Schellenberg trial shows Canada's arbitrary view of rule of law (Global Times)
  • Canadian risks harsher sentence, including death penalty, at China drug retrial (AFP)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Kevin Mallory: The churchgoing US patriot who spied for China (BBC)
  • Huawei CEO says company doesn't spy for China, praises Trump ($$WSJ)
  • Paranoia not any good for US-China relations (Asia Times)
  • How the US and China collaborated to get nuclear material out of Nigeria - and away
  • China is a dangerous rival, and America should treat it like one ($$NYT)
  • You can’t contain China: former US trade chief Robert Zoellick warns Donald Trump (SCMP)
  • China has detained an old man and tormented his daughter. Trump thinks this is 'honorable'? ($$The Washington Post)
  • Competing against Chinese loans, US companies face long odds ($$NYT)
  • Trump’s bizarre statement on China dishonors us all ($$The Washington Post)
  • Wang Qishan says China will chart its own course (Trivium)
  • China - Europa

  • Huawei's Poland spying case threatens China’s efforts to win over Eastern and Central Europe (SCMP)
  • Poland calls for 'joint' EU-Nato stance on Huawei after spying arrest (Reuters)
  • 'We passen in de grotere agenda van China' (NPO)
  • EU crackdown on malpractice won’t stop China-Europe cargo trains (Global Times)
  • EU expands WTO case against Chinese technology transfers (Reuters)
  • Diplomacy with Chinese characteristics: The case of Denmark (Asia Dialogue)
  • EU cables hack reveals no bombshells but many insights (The Guardian)
  • Tough talk for the EU (Trivium)
  • The Chinese Embassy spokesperson's remarks on anti-China articles by Kurdo Baksi (Chinese Embassy in Sweden)
  • China to overtake Europe in AI research (China Daily)
  • China - Nederland

  • China gooit de deur open, maar Nederlandse verzekeraars aarzelen ($$FD)
  • Ex Dutch ambassador Dirk Jan van den Berg: China's success in the past 40 years is remarkable (People's Daily)
  • Dutch collector requests negotiations on returning disputed Buddha statue to China (Xinhua)
  • Expert advises plaintiffs to appeal Dutch court ruling on stolen Buddha statue (Global Times)
  • Dutch court throws out case of disputed Chinese Buddha statue (China Plus/AP)
  • Europe’s unpleasant choice between Trump and Xi ($$FT)
  • Tweede Kamer wil af van Chinese software bij hulpdiensten en politie (RTL Nieuws)
  • Angst VS voor quantumcomputing-voorsprong China dwarsboomt Nederlandse export high-end apparatuur (Links Magazine)
  • Nieuwe Zijderoute concurrent voor Schiphol (Reformatorisch Dagblad)
  • Heineken tekent miljardendeal van China (Zakelijk Nieuws)
  • Politiek

  • China jails activist over 'Down with the Communist Party!' toilet graffiti (RFA)
  • Xi wants to reward good behavior (Trivium)
  • Who is Huang Qi? (China Change)
  • In China, they’re closing churches, jailing pastors – and even rewriting scripture (The Observer)
  • Xi demands 'greater strategic achievements' in Party governance (Xinhua)
  • Twitter users in China face detention and threats in new Beijing crackdown ($$NYT)
  • Women’s rights NGO forced to close for being a ‘suspected illegal social organization’ (SupChina)
  • Xi Jinping’s bold statements often backfire (Asia Times)
  • The Party Congress test: a minimum standard for analyzing Beijing’s intentions (War on the Rocks)
  • How the state is co-opting religion in China, and what it means for the country's future (Foreign Affairs)
  • Maatschappij

  • China to advance poverty alleviation in health care (Xinhua)
  • Reality Check: How safe is it to live in China? (BBC)
  • More than 6,000 Chinese banned from taking trains, planes in H2 2018: report (Global Times)
  • Reported cases of HIV in China are rising rapidly (The Economist)
  • A woman's murder in Peking in 1937 and a literary feud (BBC)
  • Research details how junk food companies influence China's nutrition policy ($$NYT)
  • China is playing the long game as torch-bearer for corporate responsibility (Caixin)
  • China's secret children step out of the shadows (Bloomberg)
  • Wealthy Chinese spur booming $78bn health insurance industry ($$FT)
  • China's population beginning to shift away from megacities: study (Global Times)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China has some of world's most advanced weapon systems, Pentagon warns (AFP)
  • China hails top PLA engineer's 'impregnable' nuclear bunkers (Asia Times)
  • China turns up heat in Japan’s skies, less so in South Korea (Asia Times)
  • China's reaction to US Navy operation: We have missiles (CNN)
  • Additional overseas PLA bases 'possible' (China Daily)
  • China's military major force in maintaining world peace, stability: expert (Xinhua)
  • China tests hypersonic TBCC engine capable of Mach 6 (Asia Times)
  • Xi to host huge parade for China’s 70th anniversary (Asia Times)
  • Xi Jinping gives army its first order of 2019: prepare for war (SCMP)
  • China's Atlantean ambition for the South China Sea (Asia Times)
  • Cultuur

  • Confucius and Mao at the mall (Places Journal)
  • One billion people visit China's museums in 2018 (CGTN)
  • Number of museums in China reaches 5,000 (People's Daily Online)
  • Essay: Four fates in a changing China (Los Angeles Review of Books)
  • Beijing's Forbidden City ranks most visited museum in the world (CGTN)
  • 40 years of China’s economic reform sounds like Pinggu’s violins (Inkstone)
  • Belt and Road Initiative boosts China's film coproductions with rest of the world (Global Times)
  • Historic preservation or just ripping out a way of life in Beijing? ($$The New York Times)
  • A country remembers novelist Jin Yong (Trivium)
  • Yan Lianke's forbidden satires of China (The New Yorker)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • Wang Huning tells university heads to get their politics straight (Trivium)
  • China to build neutrino observatory 700 meters underground (Asia Times)
  • China lays out plans for four more moon missions ($$Caixin)
  • Number of student returnees on the rise: report (Ecns.cn)
  • Video: China releases incredible footage of first-ever landing on far side of the moon (Newsweek)
  • China’s top AI scientist drives development of ethical guidelines (SCMP)
  • To cover China, there's no substitute for WeChat ($$NYT)
  • University rankings catalyze change for higher education in China (CGTN)
  • China's science awards further encourage innovation (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
  • Chinese engineers, policymakers already working on 6G push (Asia Times)
  • Milieu

  • China adopts new shipping controls (Petroleum Economist)
  • China to restrict imports of scrap steel, aluminum from July (Reuters)
  • 2018: Is China returning to old, polluting habits? (China Dialogue)
  • Donkey exports to China threaten animal population in Egypt (Al-Monitor)
  • China strengthens pangolin protection (Xinhua)
  • China's efforts to promote garbage-sorting have gone to waste (Caixin)
  • China’s Great Leap Backward on climate change (The Globe and Mail)
  • China demands developed countries 'pay their debts' on climate change (The Guardian)
  • China to continue strict bans on trading of rhino, tiger products: official (Xinhua)
  • How is China managing its greenhouse gas emissions? (ChinaPower)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Chinese coal mine roof collapse in Shaanxi kills 21 (BBC)
  • 20 trapped in northwest China coal mine accident (Xinhua)
  • Beijing school attacker injures 20 children (BBC)
  • 5 killed, 22 injured in east China hijacked bus crash (Xinhua)
  • 5 killed, 21 injured in bus hijacking in China's Fujian province (Reuters)
  • China: seven miners killed after skip plummets down mine shaft (AF)
  • China chemical blast: Blast outside Zhangjiakou plant kills 22 (BBC)
  • Five killed as car hits schoolchildren in north-east China (AP)
  • African swine fever reaches Shanghai (SupChina)
  • China motorway toll crash: At least 15 dead in Lanzhou 12 minutes ago (BBC)
  • Schandalen

  • Chinese lawyers and law professors opposing oourt's handling of Robert Schellenberg's case (China Change)
  • China investigates latest vaccine scandal after violent protests ($$NYT)
  • LinkedIn censored the profile of another critic of the Chinese government (BuzzFeed.News)
  • Ex-Beijing vice mayor under investigation for corruption (Caixin)
  • Nearly 5,000 fugitives netted in China's global anti-corruption manhunt (Xinhua)
  • Chinese police officers given exemption from prosecution (SCMP)
  • Ma Jian: China's ex-intelligence chief jailed for life (BBC)
  • Ex-official sentenced to death in homeless shelter scandal (Caixin)
  • 120 senior officials have faced graft charges since 2014 (Caixin)
  • 'The last time I saw Granny Pu': 85-year-old mother of Chinese dissident seized by police (The Guardian)
  • Sport

  • Manchester United to launch China entertainment centres (BBC)
  • The NBA is China's most popular sports league. Here's how it happened (CNBC)
  • China sprints toward next sports goal: half a billion weekend warriors (The Christian Science Monitor)
  • Fan Bingbing's hefty fines underline China's tax evasion crackdown (Xinhua)
  • Efforts to woo talented overseas athletes of Chinese origin back to homeland impeded by red tape (Global Times)
  • Hockey: The NHL, seeking fans in China, calls In the Great One ($$The New York Times)
  • Hockey: China's brewing romance with NHL: a power on the rise (CGTN)
  • China's football dream more elusive than ever after latest flops (Channel News Asia)
  • Hiddink to lead China's Olympic drive (AFP)
  • China dedicates thousands of schools to soccer education in grand plan (Global Times)
  • Taiwan

  • China opposes foreign participation in Taiwan submarine production (Xinhua)
  • Former Taiwanese leader Ma Ying-jeou hints at another presidential bid (Asia Times)
  • Beijing sabre-rattling means busy year for Taiwanese military (Asia News)
  • Over 80% reject ‘two systems,’ poll finds (Taipei Times)
  • Why a China invasion of Taiwan would fail (Asia Times)
  • Taiwan’s indigenous people remind Xi Jinping that it has 'never belonged to China' (Quartz)
  • Taiwan arrests 6 people on suspicion of leaking BASF technology (PTI)
  • Xi Jinping is vastbesloten Taiwan onder Chinees bestuur te brengen, als het moet met geweld ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Behoedzame kattenliefhebber manoeuvreert moeizaam tussen China en Taiwan ($$FD)
  • Xi Jinping speech: Xi's position differs from the KMT’s: Ma Ying-jeou (Taipei Times)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong: China is erasing what makes us unique ($$The Washington Post)
  • Cantopop singer Denise Ho confronts Hong Kong's new political reality (The New Yorker)
  • Grandiose plan for a Hong Kong island’s metropolis hits choppy waters (Asia Times) JAN 11, 2019
  • Beijing pushes new national anthem law for Hong Kong (Asia Times)
  • Hong Kong suffers as Beijing is accused of Malaysian 1MDB spying (Asia Times)
  • The death of Democracy in Hong Kong (The Atlantic)
  • Beijing 'befriended Hong Kong triads prior to 1997 handover' (Asia Times)
  • China’s repression in Hong Kong is hurting its own cause ($$The Washington Post)
  • The Guardian view on Hong Kong protest trials: a test of freedoms
  • Hong Kong activists on trial for pioneering the 'Umbrella' protests (BBC)
  • Macau

  • Macau's gambling sector reports biggest revenue in four years ($$Caixin)
  • Xi wants the Mainland to swallow Macau (Trivium)
  • Multibillion-dollar Macau: a city of glitz and grit - photo essay (The Guardian)
  • Hong Kong and Macau students will face compulsory military training at top mainland Chinese university for first time (SCMP)
  • 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)
  • Tibet

  • 25 sentenced in Tibet in 2018 for separatism or financing harming security (Global Times)
  • Future Sichuan-Tibet Railway could link Tibet with South Asian nations (Global Times)
  • China firmly opposes US act on Tibet (Xinhua)
  • US pressures China to allow unmonitored access to Tibet (Asia Times)
  • China strongly condemns US resolution on Tibet issue
  • US act on Tibet visits interferes in internal affairs: experts (Global Times)
  • Tibet weeps for the death of Palden Gyatso, defender of freedom (AsiaNews)
  • The fate of democracy in China hinges on the freedom of Tibet ($$The Washington Post)
  • The Karmapa Lama issued passport of Dominica (Asia News)
  • New political requirements for Tibetan monastics (Human Rights Watch)
  • Xinjiang

  • 'You can't be too careful': crackdown fears haunt Xi'an's Muslim quarter (The Guardian)
  • China intensifies lobbying to thwart criticism of Muslim detentions ($$WSJ)
  • 'China is after us': Uighurs in Pakistan report intimidation (Al Jazeera)
  • 'If you enter a camp, you never come out': inside China's war on Islam (The Guardian)
  • US clothing company drops Chinese supplier over Xinjiang forced labour concerns (AFP)
  • Where did the one million figure for detentions in Xinjiang's camps come from? (ChinaFile)
  • Pakistan PM ‘doesn’t know much’ about condition of Uighurs in China (Tribune, Pakistan)
  • China 'to let thousands of ethnic Kazakhs leave Xinjiang' (AP)
  • Communities inspect Arabic slogans to curb pan-Islam drive (Global Times)
  • Foreign diplomats discover a true Xinjiang, different from Western media reports (Global Times-Xinhua)
  • 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

  • Students offer Confucius statue snacks for exam pass (Global Times)
  • Singapore charges two Chinese workers over 'one-dollar bribes' (Reuters)
  • Are Chinese female drivers more likely to cause traffic accidents than men? (Global Times)
  • Poop in hand, Bill Gates backs China's toilet revolution (AFP)
  • Chinese university's decision to send grades direct to parents stirs controversy (CGTN)
  • China prison break: Public appeal after rare inmate escape (BBC)
  • Communist blasphemy: Red scarf with Wanda advertisement goes viral on Weibo (What's on Weibo)
  • Gallery: Giving Chairman Mao a facelift (Caixin)
  • China ripped off an iconic Coke ad for its Belt and Road theme song (Quartz)
  • China kindergarten principal sacked for pole dance show (AFP)
  •  
     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