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    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)
  • How a world order ends - and what comes in its wake (Foreign Affairs)
  • Russia wants to extend US space partnership. Or it could turn to China ($$NYT).
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Economic chill hits China as trade talks continue (Asia Times)
  • China might have to cross those thin red lines (Asia Times)
  • Han Zheng says ensuring employment is key (Trivium)
  • The coming China shock (Project Syndicate)
  • China to be world's largest retail market in 2019 (China Briefing)
  • Vanaf nu gaan we onze eigen chips maken, zegt China. Maar lukt dat ook? ($$FD)
  • Beijing wary of warnings from the past as it hits ‘18%’ mark ($$FT)
  • China revitalizes domestic consumption through new policy package (China Briefing)
  • China banks on lending to ease slowdown (BBC)
  • Why 'China slowdown' worries are overblown (Xinhua)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China ride-hailing giant Didi plans Chile, Peru launches to take on Uber (Reuters)
  • How New Silk Roads are shaping Southwest Asia (Asia Times)
  • AIIB to invest more in China (Trivium)
  • Botswanan minister rejects debt trap allegation against China (Xinhua)
  • How Facebook's tiny China sales floor helps generate big ad money ($$NYT)
  • Gold fever is an opportunity for China (Asia Times)
  • China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to bring numerous economic activities for Balochistan: Pakistani PM (Xinhua)
  • Africa bank downplays China debt fear (Asia Times)
  • Wordt Chinese yuan de nieuwe wereldmunt? (VPRO Tegenlicht)
  • China's online censorship stifles trade, too ($$NYT)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • China supports Chinese students’ patriotic action in Canadian universities (Global Times)
  • China-aided state house handed over to Burundi (Xinhua)
  • Huawei ban: Chinese state media claims tourists avoiding New Zealand (The Guardian)
  • Tibetan-Canadian student politician, Uyghur rights activists come under attack by Chinese students in Canada (National Post, Canada)
  • Xi Jinping thought saves the world: China’s first sci-fi blockbuster is also a foreign-policy primer (The Economist)
  • India proposes Chinese-style Internet censorship ($$NYT)
  • Huawei and Pacific Reset update (SupChina)
  • Book: Claws of the Panda: Beijing's Campaign of Influence and Intimidation in Canada, by Jonathan Mantorpe
  • Beijing intensifies lobbying of Pacific nations to recognise Taiwan as part of One China (ABC Australia)
  • Huawei was a Czech favorite. Now? It's a national security threat ($$NYT)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • China is upping its aid and development game. How should the US respond? (ChinaFile)
  • Pentagon's siren song on artificial intelligence (Axios-Sinocism)
  • Trade talks are water torture (Axios-Sinocism)
  • Grading the impact of Trump's China tariffs (Axios-Sinocism) 15 feb 2019
  • US-China trade talks to resume in Washington next week (Reuters)
  • Course correction: Toward an effective andsustainable China policy (Asia Society)
  • Haley tried to block appointment of Chinese diplomat to key UN post. He got the gob anyway (Foreign Policy)
  • Chinese president meets US trade representative, treasury secretary, hailing 'important progress' (Xinhua)
  • Trade talks make little progress (Trivium)
  • The US global system and the public debate (Settimana News)
  • China - Europa

  • Chancellor Philip Hammond's visit to China not going ahead (BBC)
  • 'Gunboat diplomacy’ dispute up'sets UK trade mission to China ($$Financial Times)
  • With eyes on China, EU lawmakers back investment screening (Reuters)
  • Sweden recalls China envoy over 'deal' on detained bookseller (BBC)
  • Swedish ambassador to China under investigation after bizarre incident recounted by Angela Gui (SupChina)
  • China's EU mission denies groundless reports about Chinese espionage in Brussels (Xinhua)
  • 'Honderden Chinese en Russische agenten in Brussel' (AD)
  • Italy, Germany resist ban on Huawei’s 5G gear (Asia Times)
  • EU ban on Chinese technology in 5G revolution would hit trade, investment and cooperation, analysts say (SCMP)
  • Schröder: 'Europa heeft Rusland nodig tegenover China en de VS' (Geotrendlines)
  • China - Nederland

  • Dalende verkopen China zitten AkzoNobel dwars (ANP)
  • Ook Nederland overweegt boycot van Chinese Huawei-spion (Wereldkrant)
  • 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)
  • Politiek

  • Li Rui, a Mao confidant who turned Party critic, dies at 101 ($$NYT)
  • China tries to stop academics from taking its constitution literally (The Economist)
  • Sic transit gloria mundi - Ten years of a prosperous age (China Heritage)
  • This CCP app teaches Party doctrine and quizzes you (That's China)
  • Party theory learning app a hit in China (Global Times)
  • Wife of missing former Interpol chief removed from political body (Caixin)
  • Party center launches APP to track officials (Trivium)
  • Censored on WeChat: A year of content removals on China's most powerful social media platform (Global Voices)
  • Supervisors at religious places (Global Times)
  • The Dawn of the Little Red Phone (China Media Project)
  • Maatschappij

  • China’s two-child policy under fire as parents’ bank account frozen for having third child (SCMP)
  • State Council targets high-priced cancer drugs (Trivium)
  • State Council promises more poverty relief efforts (Trivium)
  • China's senior population may surge from 2025 (Xinhua)
  • China's elderly-care facility beds more than triple since 2007 (Xinhua)
  • Workers' activism rises as China's economy slows. Xi aims to rein them in ($$NYT)
  • Chinese New Year celebrations touch hearts around world (Xinhua)
  • Chinese lunar new year 2019 – in pictures (The Guardian)
  • Geen oliebol, wél knalwerk: het is Chinees Nieuwjaar (Metro)
  • Inside Chengdu: can China's megacity version of the garden city work (The Guardian)
  • Militaire zaken

  • US eyes new bases to counter China in Pacific (Asia Times)
  • New Pentagon report warns of Russian and Chinese laser threats to US satellites (CNN)
  • The Pentagon's AI siren song (Axios)
  • Britain urges the West to be ready to flex military muscle in the Pacific as US Navy steps up activities in South China Sea (SCMP)
  • Is China about to abandon its ‘no first use’ nuclear weapons policy? (SCMP)
  • China will build 4 nuclear aircraft carriers in drive to catch US Navy, experts say (SCMP)
  • Is China’s 'Guam killer' missile too hyped up? (Asia Times)
  • Five-nation pact signers uphold non-proliferation treaty (China Daily)
  • Military cemeteries envisioned for those who served (China Daily)
  • Vice premier demands more efforts to safeguard veterans' wellbeing (Xinhua)
  • Cultuur

  • Linking up with Alipay allows easy book access to borrowers (Shine)
  • Ha Jin's self-revealing study of the Chinese poet Li Bai (The New Yorker)
  • Chinese filmmakers make giant leap into science fiction ($$Financial Times)
  • Cantonese/Mandarin false dichotomy: peaceful integration (Asia News)
  • China to deploy drones, surveillance platform to protect Great Wall (Global Times)
  • 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)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • University confirms Chinese celebrity's academic misconduct amid doubts online (Xinhua)
  • Report: China poised to lead world in data (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Academic freedom in today’s China (Jerome A. Cohen)
  • China plans first 5G-based smart expressway project (Xinhua)
  • China's first 5G smart expressway project to be set in Hubei (Ecns.cn)
  • Understanding China's AI strategy (Center for a New American Security)
  • The world's top 100 most promising AI companies have been released, and China's most unique birthplace of (unicornsfonow.com)
  • China’s rapid AI development has its limits: report (China Herald)
  • Chinese firms are not all serial intellectual-property thieves (The Economist)
  • Record numbers from China and Hong Kong applying to study in UK (The Guardian)
  • Milieu

  • China closes its Everest base camp to tourists (BBC)
  • Three-quarters of China's coal plants fitted with emission-cutting tech ($$Caixin)
  • China builds world's largest clean coal power generation system (Xinhua)
  • Met de poten in de Chinese modder (NPO Radio 1)
  • Potential of China’s ‘anti-smog tower’ doubtful (Asia Times)
  • Pangolins: Hong Kong finds 'record' haul of scales in shipping container (BBC)
  • Xi article shows determination to build ecological civilization (Global Times)
  • Uncaged: saving China's wild birds from the poachers' nets – video (The Guardian)
  • The deforestation risks of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (Brookings)
  • Chinese plasticban is goudmijn voor Europese recyclers: 'Aanbod is vervijfvoudigd' (RTL Nieuws)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Explosion at illegal fireworks store kills 5, leaves some families homeless (Business Times)
  • China's Xuelong collides with iceberg in Antarctic research mission (CGTN)
  • 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)
  • Schandalen

  • Zhai Tianlin's alleged plagiarism triggers discussions on academic cheating in Chinese universities (What's on Weibo)
  • Twelve thousand HIV-infected blood plasma products? (SupChina)
  • Yang Hengjun: lawyers denied access to Australian held in China (Reuters)
  • Thousands of officials punished for involvement in gang crime and corruption (Global Time)
  • China's attack on human rights and the rule of law continues ($$The Washington Post)
  • Chinese activist Liu Feiyue given five years' jail for 'inciting subversion' (AFP)
  • Wang Quanzhang: China sentences human rights lawyer to four years in prison (The Guardian)
  • Missing Chinese photographer known for capturing environmental threats (National Geographic)
  • China meat boss returns home after mysterious disappearance 3 years ago (Bloomberg) January 23, 2019
  • Yang Hengjun: Australia seeks information on writer 'missing' in China (BBC)
  • Sport

  • China's marathons race ahead (Caixin)
  • China has over 24,000 football-featured schools (Xinhua)
  • Beijing chosen for the 2022 Olympics because 'everything is easier with the dictatorships' (Asia News)
  • 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)
  • Taiwan

  • Taiwan's indigenous are still seeking Justice on the democratic side of the Taiwan Strait (SupChina)
  • Would Taiwan be better for US interests in Northeast Asia than Korea? (Asia News)
  • Does China understand Taiwan? (The Economist)
  • China lures Taiwanese into ‘brainstorming’ talks on island’s future ($$FT)
  • Beijing's blue book on cyberbullying Taiwan (Asia Times)
  • Taiwan sounds alarm on fake ID cards made in China (Asia Times)
  • Mainland seeks to facilitate integration with Taiwan (Trivium)
  • In the heart of Beijing, a Taiwanese pop idol makes fans swoon ($$NYT)
  • Taiwan's Mirage 2000s ‘need only 6 mins’ to intercept PLA warplanes (Asia Times)
  • Chinese dissident duo stranded at Taiwan airport for 100 days (Asia Times)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong seizes $1m worth of rhino horn at airport (BBC)
  • 'Trojan horse': Hong Kong’s China extradition plans may harm city’s judicial protections, say democrats (Hong Kong Free Press)
  • Hong Kongers could be jailed for disrespecting China’s anthem ($$The Economist)
  • Hong Kong: China is erasing what makes us unique ($$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)
  • Macau

  • Macau’s casino giant to shed image of family-run business (Asia Times)
  • Macau syndicate smuggled $4.4 billion out of China, police say (CNN)
  • Gambling hub Macau shrugs off China downturn with tourist surge (AFP)
  • 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)
  • Tibet

  • China claims it has no ‘Gulags’, but satellite imagery shows 3 new ones coming up in Tibet (The Print, India)
  • 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)
  • Xinjiang

  • Possible leak of Xinjiang surveillance database (Axios-Sinocism)
  • Commentary: Egregious accusations ignore basic facts on Xinjiang (Xinhua)
  • China is brainwashing more than a million Uighurs. The world must demand justice ($$The Washington Post)_
  • Families of missing Uighurs call for 'proof of life' videos from Chinese government (The Guardian)
  • Fight against 'East Turkestan' forces should be part of int'l counter-terrorism efforts: China (Xinhua)
  • China defends Xinjiang's vocational centers after 'false' report of Uygur man's death (CGTN)
  • 'I have never been abused' says detained Uighur Abdurehim Heyit – video (The Guardian)
  • Abdurehim Heyit Chinese video 'disproves Uighur musician's death' (BBC)
  • Revealed: 17 Australian residents believed detained in China's Uighur crackdown (The Guardian)
  • China's treatment of Uighurs is 'embarrassment for humanity', says Turkey (AFP)
  • 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

  • Sex doll business cashing in on gender imbalance in China (Asia Times)
  • Chinese app names and shames bad debtors (Financial Times)
  • Population of some Chinese surnames outnumbers countries (Global Times)
  • The unfinished comedy: How a brave satire in Maoist China destroyed its creator's career (SupChina)
  • Male TV stars' earrings censored on Chinese site, say viewers (The Guardian)
  • 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)
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     China en de wereldcrisis
     Economie - Nationaal
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     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