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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • Will souring China-Australia relations force a rethink on trade? (France 24)
  • U.S. urged to extend visas for Chinese journalists (China Daily)
  • Chinese FM makes four-point proposal on building China-EU partnership (Xinhua)
  • Chinese, Latin American media join hands to tide over the global crisis (China Plus)
  • Technological decoupling: One world, two systems? (Trivium China)
  • Trade deal review to be rescheduled (Trivium China)
  • The other global power shift (Project Syndicate)
  • Hong Kong asks China’s top legislative body to resolve legal problems with postponing elections (SCMP)
  • Whose century? (London Review of Books)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China's tech to-do list (Trivium China)
  • State Council tells SOEs to mind their own business (Trivium China)
  • The Party wants to make a deal with private businesses (Trivium China)
  • China's retail sales return to growth (AFP)
  • Beijing named China's top blockchain city (Asia Times)
  • Xi assembles tech brain trust for 14th Five-Year Plan (Trivium China)
  • Premier calls out local protectionism (Trivium China)
  • China's dual circulation strategy is a step towards sustainable trade (SCMP)
  • China’s 20,000 new pig farms won’t ease pork prices just yet (Caixin)
  • The real economic reforms China needs to become less dependent on exports (SCMP)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Canada drops free trade talks with China: The Globe and Mail (Reuters)
  • Argentina must rethink its handling of Chinese interests in pork and fishing (Dialogo Chino)
  • Chinese pork investment sparks criticism in Argentina (Dialogo Chino)
  • Chinese exports benefit from west's Covid stimulus response ($$FT, Trading U)
  • Chinese owners revive Thomas Cook as online-only holiday brand (Reuters)
  • Luxembourg strengthens status as offshore renminbi centre (FT)
  • Laos the latest China debt trap victim (Asia Times)
  • Why aren't Israel's successful startups doing business in China? (Calcalis Tech)
  • Japan adds Bangladesh and India to 'China exit' subsidy destinations ($$Nikkei, bdnews24.com)
  • China's August forex reserves rise to $3.165 trillion (Reuters)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Mongolia: locked between China and the language of identity (SCMP)
  • Abe's visit to Yasukuni Shrine blasted by Chinese netizens (Global Times)
  • As US-China ties worsen, India and China must revisit the ‘Bandung spirit’ to avert a new cold war (SCMP)
  • Egyptian schools to add Chinese language (Al-Monitor)
  • India swings like a pendulum between China and US (Asia Times)
  • The role of coopted diaspora groups in Czech and European United Front work (The Jamestown Foundation)
  • India lies about casualties in border clash with China (Global Times)
  • The possible limits of China-Russia cooperation (Gatestone Institute)
  • India asks China to pull back troops, arms in Ladakh region (AP)
  • China to build community of health with Russia, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia: FM (Xinhua)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • TikTok: Trump says Oracle deal for video app 'has my blessing' (BBC)
  • Commentary: US hardliners on China are repeating historical mistakes (Xinhua)
  • Trump signs off on deal allowing TikTok to continue US operations (WSJ)
  • Growing Chinese influence in Israeli technology sector, US asks Israel to decrease its ties with China (zeenews, India)
  • Trump wants to cripple TikTok and WeChat. Why? ($$NYT, news24x7world)
  • The WeChat ban is a difficult but necessary step toward openness in China (The Washington Post)
  • Beijing says firms on 'unreliable entities list' will be banned from trading with, investing in China (SCMP)
  • Chinese embassy in Suriname urges Pompeo to stop smearing China (CGTN)
  • Forget China, America is the biggest warmonger by far (SCMP)
  • Reports show rising racism against Asian-American youths (Xinhua)
  • China - Europa

  • European disarray pushes Iran, Turkey into China camp (Asia Times)
  • European powers weigh wading into South China Sea (Asia Times)
  • Non-summit shows EU-China ties at new low (Asia Times)
  • Italy hardens stance on China, in line with EU investment push ($$Bloomberg)
  • Germany’s Indo-Pacific vision: A new reckoning with China or more strategic drift? (The Diplomat)
  • China willing to arrange independent visit to Xinjiang at EU request (CGTN)
  • Why the EU and China cantt agree on a deal (Asia Times)
  • Towards a 'principles first approach' in Europe's China policy (MERICS)
  • Xi deals with Europe (Trivium China)
  • China pledges expanded trade with EU but stops short on market access concessions (SCMP)
  • China - Nederland

  • How China made the Netherlands question the free market (Bloomberg)
  • Chinese FM calls on China, Netherlands to set example for free trade, mutual openness, fair competition (Xinhua)
  • Opvallende samenwerking Huawei met Amsterdamse universiteiten: ‘We doen het niet alleen voor het geld’ ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Chinese toeristen blijven weg, en zij niet alleen (Trouw)
  • Amsterdamse universiteiten werken samen met omstreden techgigant Huawei (FD)
  • Gebrek aan nuance in China-discussie: laat gesprek niet over aan pandahuggers en China-bashers (Elsevier Weekblad)
  • KLM resumes Shanghai-Amsterdam passenger flights (Xinhua)
  • China's invloed op onderwijs in Nederland (Clingendael)
  • Kabinet steekt miljoenen in techbedrijf om het uit Aziatische handen te houden ($$FD)
  • China bant varkensvlees uit Nederland (Boederij)
  • Politiek

  • Xi calls for carrying out in-depth study of Yan'an spirit (Xinhua)
  • Beijing hoses down its own vaccine propaganda (Asia Times)
  • CCP announces plan to take control of China's private sector (Asia Times Financial)
  • The sheer opacity! (Trivium China)
  • China's Communist Party demands private sector's loyalty as external risks rise (Reuters)
  • Party issues more rules for cadres (Trivium China)
  • La Chine célèbre sa victoire (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Dissident tycoon Ren Zhiqiang on trial for corruption (AsiaNews)
  • A salty rebuke by Geremie Barné of Peter Hessler's 'How China controlled the coronavirus' (China Heritage)
  • Anger in China as doctor who died of Covid-19 omitted from citizen awards (The Guardian)
  • Maatschappij

  • China receives 170 bln yuan of charitable donations in 2019: report (Xinhua)
  • The landlords are back: The families of China's pre-Communist elite remain privileged (The Economist)
  • Bureaucracy is such a drag (Trivium China)
  • Her husband abused her. But getting a divorce was an ordeal ($$NYT, Deccan Herald)
  • A year on, a quieter outbreak still sickens thousands in Northwest China ($$Caixin)
  • A Chinese city withdraws ‘civility code’ following online criticism (Global Voices)
  • Video: Coronavirus, Beijing's back and forth lockdown (BBC)
  • What Chinese people eat (Africa is a country)
  • China stelt gretig coronavaccins beschikbaar, maar het volk is kritisch ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Suzhou government backs down on 'civilization scores' (Trivium China)
  • Militaire zaken

  • UAE gets American drones as China ramps up sales (MSN)
  • China-India face-off: Is Pangong Tso just a smokescreen and Depsang China;s main target? (The Times of India)
  • Flashpoint fear as China menaces India's north-east (Asia Times)
  • The sounds of a Chinese war (Settimana News)
  • Line of death: China places H-6 bombers near Ladakh (Asia Times)
  • China must be militarily and morally ready for a potential war (Global Times)
  • China and India agree to 'disengage troops' in Himalayas (FT)
  • Talks with India come with war preparedness (Global Times editorial)
  • Know your commander (Trivium China)
  • China, others to join military exercises in Russia (AP)
  • Cultuur

  • China launches campaign to promote Putonghua (Xinhua)
  • Chinese cartoons gain international appeal (Shine)
  • Nong who? Learning Shanghainese in a city dominated by Mandarin (Shine)
  • Tech, etymology add fun to 'hanzi' learning (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Fotograaf Xiaoxiao Xu toont het hedendaagse leven rond de eeuwenoude Chinese Muur ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Passage à vide pour l’industrie du cinéma (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Part of China's Great Wall not made for war: study (AFP)
  • Chinese demand saved the art industry post the global financial crisis – who will come to the rescue now? (SCMP)
  • China's sci-fi surge (Axios World)
  • Banning knockoff buildings might bring a renaissance in Chinese architecture (The Guardian)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China coronavirus vaccine may be ready for public in November (Shine)
  • Debate rages over China’s Covid-19 vaccines (Asia Times)
  • Hurry up and innovate (Trivium China)
  • How China brought nearly 200 million students back to school ($$NYT, Deccan Herald)
  • Scientist says candidate for vaccine is safe (China Daily)
  • China-developed nasal spray vaccine for COVID-19 approved for clinical trials (Xinhua)
  • China claims 'important breakthrough' in space mission shrouded in mystery (BBC)
  • Hundreds of thousands have been given Covid-19 vaccines without a single infection, Chinese drug firm says (SCMP)
  • Chinese-made vaccine able to fight all mutations: developer (Global Times)
  • China's Sinovac coronavirus vaccine candidate appears safe, slightly weaker in elderly (Reuters)
  • Milieu

  • State Council focuses on air pollution (Trivium China)
  • Chinese mining firms in Zimbabwe pose threat to endangered species, say experts (The Guardian)
  • Xi stresses importance of living in harmony with nature (Xinhua)
  • China record floods wet feet of Leshan Giant Buddha (BBC)
  • Kevin Rudd: China's thirst for coal is economically shortsighted and environmentally reckless (The Washington Post)
  • China's rain-swollen Yangtze river triggers unprecedented flood alert (Reuters)
  • Three Gorges reservoir braces for new round of floods (Xinhua)
  • China's Great Wall of water (Project Syndicate)
  • Virus drives shift away from coal except in China (FT)
  • China push sees coal-fired generation rise to record in Pakistan ($$Bloomberg, MSN)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • A 12-storey pig farm: has China found the way to tackle animal disease? (The Guardian)
  • China locks down border city in response to two Covid cases (The Guardian)
  • China injects hundreds of thousands with experimental Covid-19 vaccines (WSJ)
  • Fears grow of bubonic plague spreading from Mongolia to China but experts say anxieties are misplaced (bne IntelliNews)
  • Chinese drug firm Sinovac says thousands of employees and their families have been given its Covid-19 vaccine (SCMP)
  • China's CNBG, Sinovac find more countries to test coronavirus vaccines (Reuters)
  • China sets the stage for a next Covid wave (Asia Times)
  • Death toll in restaurant collapse rises to 29 in north China (Xinhua)
  • 2-story restaurant collapses in China, killing 17 people (AP)
  • How coronavirus overpowered the World Health Organization (WSJ)
  • Schandalen

  • A brutal exposé of inhumane working conditions at food delivery companies (SupChina)
  • A violinist lost his seat and his job. He blames China ($$NYT, Deccan Herald)
  • Ecuador says some Chinese vessels near Galapagos have cut communications systems (Reuters)
  • The power of Falun Gong (ABC Australia)
  • Human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang files torture charges against Chinese officials (AFP)
  • The mystery of $2 billion of loans backed by fake gold ($$Caixin)
  • Former deputy head of China's quality watchdog sentenced to life in prison (Xinhua)
  • Intruders try to kidnap a Chinese appliance tycoon ($$NYT, Night Fall News)
  • 'Sacrificed': anger in China over death of Wuhan doctor from coronavirus (The Guardian)
  • WHO reviews China-based news anchor’s global ambassador role (FT)
  • Sport

  • Englands' Premier League scores China broadcast deal with Tencent (Reuters)
  • Human rights groups protest Beijing 2022 Olympics (SupChina)
  • Premier League rights: China deal terminated with immediate effect (BBC)
  • Beijing's Workers' Stadium razed as China eyes World Cup bid (AFP)
  • Uighur group urges IOC to reconsider 2022 Beijing Winter Games venue (Reuters)
  • Brazilian footballer in China faces virus penalty (AP)
  • Alle tennistoernooien in China voor dit jaar geschrapt, ook Diamond League geannuleerd (AD)
  • 'It was dehumanising': Jessica Shuran Yu condemns training abuse in China (The Guardian)
  • Countdown device of Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 unveiled (Xinhua)
  • China offered two F1 races this year, says Shanghai official (Reuters)
  • Taiwan

  • Taiwan president says drills show China is threat to whole region (Reuters)
  • Beijing is ready to tackle all scenarios with Taiwan (Global Times)
  • China sends warning to Taiwan and US with big show of air power ($$NYT, MSN News)
  • China hanteert 'wortel' en 'stok' in kwestie Taiwan ($$de Volkskrant)
  • PLA Friday drills not warning, but rehearsal for Taiwan takeover (Global Times editorial)
  • China protests after US envoy to UN meets Taiwanese official in New York (SCMP)
  • Taiwan's unlikely path to public trust provides lessons for the US (Brookings)
  • US pushes large arms sale to Taiwan, including jet missiles that can hit China ($$NYT, Deccan Herald)
  • China holds military drill as US envoy visits Taiwan (BBC)
  • China urges US to immediately stop official exchanges with Taiwan (Xinhua)
  • Hongkong

  • Escape options for Hong Kong activists limited after mainland China cracks down on sea routes to Taiwan (SCMP)
  • Dozens of Hong Kong people write postcards to fugitives arrested by China
  • Hong Kong fugitives held in mainland China 'selected lawyers' from list supplied by authorities across the border (SCMP)city's security chief reveals
  • Hong Kong must reject all pressure on judiciary to do the government’s bidding (SCMP)
  • Hong Kong activist denied bail after being charged with sedition (The Guardian)
  • Singapore's limits show a possible future for Hong Kong academic freedom (SCMP)
  • German think tank closes Hong Kong office over new law (AP)
  • Hong Kong was once a safe haven from China. Now activists are fleeing the city by boat to Taiwan (CNN)
  • Hong Kong's veteran property investors head for the exit amid fears of a deep and prolonged correction in prices (SCMP)
  • Hongkong en het begin van een Nieuwe Wereldorde (NieuwWij)
  • Macau

  • Coronavirus: World's biggest gambling hub reopens for business (BBC)
  • Why Jewish refugees in World War II fled safety of Shanghai for Macau (SCMP)
  • Stanley Ho, casino kingpin of gambling capital Macau, dies at 98 (WSJ)
  • Macau bans annual Tiananmen Massacre photo exhibition (HK Free Press)
  • Macau casinos allowed to reopen after anti-virus closure (AP)
  • China to enhance mainland-Macau financial cooperation (Xinhua)
  • Macau, a criança de ouro (Trivium China)
  • Macau: China's other 'one country, two systems' region (BBC)
  • Xi: Macau's achievements based on 'one country, two systems' (Xinhua)
  • Xi bets on Macau (Trivium China)
  • Tibet

  • Chinese hacking group moves on from targeting COVID intelligence to target Tibetan dissidents (Axios China)
  • Nowhere to nowhere? China's latest railway across Tibet into the Xinjiang desert (Rukor)
  • China planning building spree in Tibet as India tensions rise, sources say (Reuters)
  • Exiled Tibetans in India's 'special force' are only 'cannon fodder' (Global Times)
  • Chinese officials will be brought to account for rights abuses in Tibet if I’m next US president, says Biden (SCMP)
  • Latest India-China border clash turns spotlight on Tibetan refugees in Special Frontier Force (SCMP)
  • Biden vows to stand up for people of Tibet, to meet Dalai Lama if voted to power (East Mojo)
  • Tibetan soldier's death near tense India-China border sheds light on covert unit (Reuters)
  • Beijing powers up high-speed rail link to Tibet (Asia Times)
  • Xi's speech sets policy direction for Tibet (Global Times)
  • Xinjiang

  • State Council releases Xinjiang labor rights white paper (Trivium China)
  • Clues to scale of Xinjiang labour operation emerge as China defends camps (The Guardian)
  • China’s system of oppression in Xinjiang: How it developed and how to curb it (Brookings)
  • China's Xinjiang resolutely prevents, punishes any incidents of forced labor: white paper (Xinhua)
  • China releases white paper on employment, labor rights in Xinjiang (Xinhua)
  • Anatomical analysis of the independent report about the 'compulsory sterilization' and 'genocide' of Uyghurs in Xinjiang by Adrian Zenz (Global Times)
  • US to block some imports from Xinjiang, still studying broad cotton, tomato bans (Reuters)
  • UN rights chief discussing visit to Xinjiang with China (Reuters)
  • China bars media coverage of Disney's 'Mulan' after Xinjiang backlash - sources (Xinhua)
  • Xinjiang: Washington will ban imports of goods produced by forced labour (AsiaNews)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • Parents keep children home as China limits Mongolian language in the classroom (NPR)
  • Inner Mongolia: 5,000 arrested, CCP offers bogus 'compromise' (Bitter Winter)
  • Southern Mongolian herders further suppressed (Bitter Winter)
  • China arrests 130 Mongolians in protests over new language policy ($$Nikkei)
  • Language rules for Inner Mongolia another step to erode ethnic groups in China (SCMP)
  • Are media exaggerating fears over new Mandarin classes in Inner Mongolia? (CGTN) 12 sep 2020
  • Groups back Inner Mongolia protest (Taipei Times)
  • Chinese police deny use of force, detention of US reporter in Inner Mongolia (AP)
  • Authorities quash Inner Mongolia protests (FT)
  • China cracks down on ethnic minorities again - this time, in Mongolia and Tibet (The Globe and Mail)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Xi says China willing to work with Liechtenstein to push for new progress in bilateral ties (Xinhua)
  • China demands Twitter inquiry as ambassador to UK 'likes' porn tweet (The Guardian)
  • Five cheeky men busted for streaking in South China (that's)
  • S. Korean singer Lee Hyori in hot water after suspected of disrespecting Chairman Mao (Global Times)
  • AI program encourages young Chinese to clear plates (Xinhua)
  • Chinese diplomat pictured walking on locals’ backs highlights Pacific power struggle (SCMP)
  • China denounces 'slander' over ambassador on people's backs in Kiribati (Reuters)
  • Peking duck chain urges diners to eat less as China fights food waste
  • Restaurant apologizes for 'weighing' rule (AFP)
  • Central China restaurant puts scales at door to prevent food wastage (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