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

  • China's imports slump sparks fresh fears about global economy (The Guardian)
  • Chinese Central Bank tells police to go after rumormongers (Trivium)
  • North Korea has 'no intention' of yielding to present US demands: vice FM (NK News)
  • Malaysia's Mahathir: green light for China-backed East Coast Rail Link - if price is right (SCMP)
  • China's massive internet (Axios China)
  • Population challenges intensify (Trivium)
  • Disappeared forever? The persecution of Uyghur intellectuals (Los Angeles Review of Books, China Channel)
  • Russia to China: Together we can rule the world (Politico)
  • 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)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China's pension system is out of pocket (Caixin)
  • The dark side of China’s latest rebound (Asia Times)
  • China’s growth is set to perk up after a decade low (The Economist)
  • China economy: First quarter growth beats expectations at 6.4% (BBC)
  • Video: What does the world's largest single-building airport terminal look like? (BBC)
  • How is commercial aviation propelling China’s economic development? (ChinaPower)
  • Film industry struggles (Trivium)
  • Government employs 'divide and conquer' approach to business supervision (Trivium)
  • 'China’s Manhattan' borrowed heavily. The people have yet to arrive ($$NYT)
  • CEO of Chinese phone company says he'll give £750m bonus to charity (The Guardian)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China’s road to a win-win ahead of BRI forum (Asia Times)
  • China shows off its 'explosion-proof' trams (Asia Times)
  • China March FDI expands 8% (Xinhua)
  • 'Varkensapocalyps' in China drijft wereldwijd vleesprijzen op ($$FD)
  • China opens anti-trust probe into 5G player Ericsson (Asia Times)
  • First train made in China for Tel Aviv light rail rolls off the line (China Plus)
  • Huawei 'open' to selling 5G chips to Apple (Asia Times)
  • Israeli semiconductor exports to China rise 80% (Asia Times)
  • Huawei set to win smartphone sales race (Asia Times)
  • Video: 'China a key partner for Latin America' (Xinhua)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Confucius Institutes at universities are under fire, but Israeli scholars insist there's no undue influence ($$Haaretz)
  • National security authorities warn Chinese to be alert to foreign spies (Xinhua)
  • China’s internet model gaining overseas acceptance (Global Times)
  • China's aggression in the South China Sea (Gatestone)
  • China calls for political solution in Venezuela (Global Times)
  • Has Duterte's China pivot backfired? (Asia Times)
  • Has Duterte's China pivot backfired? (Asia Times)
  • Vatican to attend Beijing garden expo amid warming ties (Global Times)
  • Abe to send envoy to Belt and Road Forum (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China invites the Vatican to Horticultural Exhibition in Beijing (AsiaNews)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • US intelligence says Huawei funded by Chinese state security: report (Reuters)
  • Rethinking US sinophobia (Asia Times)
  • Smear campaign against China won't make US great again (China Daily)
  • Chinese block visit of Trump confidant Michael Pillsbury (Axios)
  • US, China set tentative timeline for next round of trade talks ($$WSJ)
  • How Xi overplayed his hand with America ($$The Washington Post)
  • Donald Trump, China savior? Some Chinese say yes ($$NYT)
  • Washington's smear campaign against China is failing (Xinhua)
  • 'Pompeo has lost his mind': China denies US claim it's prolonging Venezuela crisis (The Guardian)
  • FBI bars some China scholars from visiting US over spying fears ($$NYT)
  • China - Europa

  • Britain can take giant strides on China's 'new silk road': ambassador (Xinhua)
  • Zwitserland wil investeren in Chinese Zijderoute (Geotrendlines)
  • Hungary ponders pitfalls of Chinese rail line (Asia Times)
  • European nations should join BRI (Asia Times)
  • Greece becomes 18th full member of China-CEEC cooperation (Xinhua)
  • US says German rules will effectively ban Huawei (Asia Times)
  • Greece set to join China-led group (Trivium)
  • China-CEEC cooperation booster for European integration (Xinhua)
  • China ready to better align BRI with Slovenia's development strategy: Li Keqiang (Xinhua)
  • The Piraeus miracle and the way forward (China.org.cn)
  • China - Nederland

  • Chinese spionnen stelen kostbare bedrijfsgeheimen van ASML ($$FD)
  • Kabinet worstelt met vraagstuk 'hoe om te gaan met China?" (NOS)
  • AIVD-baas: Voorkom Chinezen in vitale onderdelen 5G-netwerk (nporadio1.nl)
  • Bank of Beijing eyes joint venture with ING (Asia Times)
  • China says competition with EU is healthy (Trivium)
  • Chinees is populairder op school (ANP)
  • Universiteit Groningen besteedde onterecht belastinggeld aan Chinees project (ANP)
  • Nederland kan blaffen naar China, maar niet bijten (FD)
  • Leiden stopt met Confucius Instituut (nrc.nl)
  • Dalende verkopen China zitten AkzoNobel dwars (ANP)
  • Politiek

  • Beijing's 'seventh generation' of leaders emerges onto stage (AsiaNews)
  • Leica China video sparks backlash over Tiananmen Square image (BBC)
  • China's bureaucrats are increasingly judged on what they do after work (Bloomberg)
  • Xi Jinping’s intolerance of dissent within government heightens the risk of Chinese policy mistakes (SCMP)
  • Senior CPC official stresses harmony, stability in religious affairs (Xinhua)
  • West takes on China over useful mobile app (Global Times)
  • Dissidents, petitioners under house arrest, silenced for Xi Jinping's Chongqing trip (Radio Free Asia)
  • China awards whistleblowers of illegal acts endangering national security (Xinhua)
  • Xuanhua worshipers call for the return of their priest kidnapped by security forces (AsiaNews)
  • A place for the Liu Xiaobo bust (China Change)
  • Maatschappij

  • A Chinese social media platform is making it hard to use a popular LGBTQ hashtag (Quartz)
  • Government promotes elderly care industry (Trivium)
  • Overseas players spend $16 billion on Chinese mobile gaming (People's Daily Online)
  • Asia-based alliance to fight for dog meat ban (Asia Times)
  • China awards whistleblowers of illegal acts endangering national security (Xinhua)
  • Jack Ma backtracks on ‘996’ working hours (Asia Times)
  • Shutdown of online lesbian community on China’s twitter-like Sina Weibo sparks protest (Global Time)
  • China's pension fund system is heading toward a shortfall - and it may come earlier than expected (Caixin)
  • Working nine to nine: Chinese tech employees push back against very long hours (The Guardian)
  • More Chinese youth opt for pets to relieve loneliness (Xinhua)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China to show new warships as Beijing flexes military muscle on navy anniversary (Reuters)
  • Japan's Self-Defence Forces are beginning to focus on China ($$The Economist)
  • How China weaponizes overseas arms sales (Asia Times)
  • The Doolittle Raiders succeeded against Japan in World War II. But China paid the price ($$The Washington Post)
  • China releases new syllabus for military courses in universities (Xinhuanet)
  • Microsoft worked with Chinese military university on AI (FT)
  • China’s Red Army to station special force in Zimbabwe
  • Chinese-made carrier to miss PLA sea parade (Asia Times)
  • China launches new system to defend islands and reefs in South China Sea (China Military Online)
  • China to be offered Russia's 'best warplane' Su-57 (Global Times)
  • Cultuur

  • Where are Xi Jinping’s works of calligraphy? Collector laments a disappearing Chinese art form (SCMP)
  • Xi tells artists to toe the Party line (Trivium)
  • Art courses mandatory for Chinese college students (Xinhua)
  • Ai Weiwei unveils Lego portraits of missing Mexico students (BBC)
  • China fury at Terracotta Warrior thumb case mistrial (BBC)
  • China’s oversupply of movie theaters (Asia Times)
  • 796 cultural artifacts returned by Italian authorities arrive in Beijing (Global Times)
  • Italy to return lost Chinese cultural relics (Global Times)
  • The future of classical music is Chinese ($$The Washington Post)
  • Obituary: The Li Xueqin I knew - a leading Chinese archaeologist who trod carefully around political pitfalls (Hong Kong Free Press)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • Over 2,000 Belt and Road scientists to conduct research in China (China Daily)
  • China to build huge collider to study ‘God particle’ (Asia Times)
  • Slower rise in Chinese studying overseas (China Daily)
  • Gene-edited babies: What a Chinese scientist told an American mentor ($$NYT)
  • More than 510,000 overseas students returned (Asia Times)
  • Hype and reality in Chinese artificial intelligence (SupChina)
  • China is catching up in all innovation indicators: report (Xinhua)
  • China's selling genetically-modified mice for $17,000 a pair (Bloomberg)
  • Silence + conformity = complicity - reflections on university life in China today (China Heritage)
  • Chinese colleges include AI major to boost research (Global Times)
  • Milieu

  • Top leaders plant trees (Trivium)
  • China's emissions future (Axios)
  • US-China soy trade war could destroy 13 million hectares of Amazon rainforest (The Guardian)
  • Vice Premier Han Zheng lays out environmental protection priorities (Trivium)
  • China worstelt met fijnstof (ANP, Reuters)
  • Parched Beijing (Trivium China)
  • China is heading towards a water crisis: will government changes help? (China Dialogue)
  • Pollutionwatch: China shows how political will can take on air pollution (The Guardian)
  • Pedal to the metal on environment protection (Trivium)
  • Xi Jinping says revival of Chinese economy must not be bought at expense of the environment (SCMP)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • African swine fever in China could kill up to 200 million pigs and trigger a 70% rise in pork prices (Asia Times)
  • Chinese netizens react to tragic fire at Notre Dame cathedral (That's)
  • Chinese netizens react to tragic fire at Notre Dame cathedral (That's)
  • Tunnel explosion leaves 7 dead in southwest China (Xinhua)
  • 2 children killed, 2 injured in stabbing in central China (Shine)
  • 26 confirmed dead in southwest China forest fire (Xinhua)
  • After China’s deadly chemical disaster, a shattered region weighs cost of the rush to ‘get rich’ ($$The Washington Post)
  • 7 dead, 5 injured in container blast in east China (Xinhua)
  • Doden bij gasexplosie in fabriek in China (ANP/AFP)
  • Coach fire in central China caused by passenger carrying explosives (Shine)
  • Schandalen

  • Chinese embassy in Pakistan slams accusation of human trafficking and organ sales (People's Daily Overseas New Media)
  • Call for UK to ban patients travelling to China for 'organ tourism' (The Guardian)
  • The untold story behind the mysterious disappearance of Fan Bingbing, the world's biggest movie star (Vanity Fair)
  • Former internet tsar Lu Wei jailed for 14 years for bribery (SCMP)
  • How a Chinese firm fell victim to intellectual property theft (BBC)
  • I travel the earth in sound - Marking the 10th year of being barred from leaving China (China Change)
  • Chinese baby creams under scrutiny for hormonal ingredients (Sixth Tone)
  • Anger over 'disgusting' food found in Chinese school kitchen (BBC)
  • Chinese parents storm primary school in rotten food row (The Guardian)
  • Corruption cases fall by half after high-profile scandals (Caixin)
  • Sport

  • Little people, big ambitions: China trials football kindergartens (AFP)
  • Italian football federation set for talks over playing a Serie A match in China (AP)
  • Chinese football moves into a new era (Asia Times)
  • 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)
  • Taiwan

  • US must step up engagement with Taiwan (Asia Times)
  • Beijing responds to Paul Ryan’s visit to Taiwan (Asia Times)
  • Taiwan's Foxconn boss Terry Gou says sea goddess inspired presidential bid (BBC)
  • Taiwan: incremental rises in defense spending (Asia Times)
  • 'Han Wave' sweeps across Taiwan (Asia News)
  • The battle between Taiwan's democratic ideals and China's subversive proxies: Where do we draw the line? (Taiwan Sentinel)
  • Taiwan Act a US 'burden' (Global Times)
  • Taiwan to build new sub, update old ones (Asia Times)
  • F-16 deal will happen, says Taiwan (Asia Times)
  • Taiwan's DPP amendment: 'Public should vote on any deal with Beijing' (Asia Times)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong's new extradition laws open the gates to Chinese repression ($$The Washington Post)
  • Hong Kong 'umbrella movement': nine convicted over protests (The Guardian)
  • UK lawmakers warn journalists and activists in Hong Hong could be extradited to China (CNN)
  • A draft bill would allow Hong Kong to hand suspects to China’s police (The Economist)
  • Hong Kong's push to allow extraditions to China prompts protests (The Guardian)
  • Extradition agreement with mainland China would damage Hong Kong's 'safe reputation' for business, AmCham says (SCMP)
  • Beijing requests report on Hong Kong independence party ban, as chief exec. denies 'interference' (Hong Kon Free Press)
  • HK ‘has lesson for Taiwan on China’ (Asia Times)
  • Mixed reactions in Hong Kong as Beijing sets out strategic integration plan for southern China ‘Bay Area’ (Hong Kong Free Press)
  • China unveils development plan for Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (Xinhua)
  • 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

  • Dalai lama weer opgeknapt na longontsteking(De Telegraaf)
  • China says Dalai Lama's successor must have its approval (PTI, India)
  • Dalai Lama recovers from chest infection in hospital (Reuters)
  • Former official with Dalai clique exposes true face of 'Tibetan government-in-exile' (Global Times)
  • White paper: Tibet's democratic reform strengthens ethnic equality, unity (Xinhua)
  • China's veteran Tibetan religion official continues to contribute after retiring (Global Times)
  • Every street in Lhasa is watched: Chinese media (Asia Times)
  • 'They took everyone from me': anger lingers 60 years after Tibet crackdown (The Guardian)
  • 'Tibetans and Uyghurs not accepted': Apple supplier probes hiring discrimination (Inkstone)
  • Chinese official insists no love for Dalai Lama in Tibet (AP)
  • Xinjiang

  • How could Volkswagen’s CEO not know about China’s repression of Muslims? ($$The Washington Post)
  • China slams allegations of pursuing anti-Muslim policy (CGTN)
  • Think twice about your investment portfolio. It likely undermines human rights in China ($$The Washington Post)
  • Ambassador tells truth of Xinjiang (Global Times)
  • China’s hi-tech war on its Muslim minority (The Guardian)
  • Global silence on China's gulag (Asia Times)
  • Bulldozing mosques: the latest tactic in China’s war against Uighur culture (The Guardian)
  • Orwell in Xinjiang (Axios China)
  • Ghost world (Logic)
  • How China turned a city into a prison ($$NYT)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • Mine accident leaves 21 dead, 29 hurt in Inner Mongolia (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • 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)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Man pays RMB 380,000 to clone his dog (the beijinger)
  • Game of Thrones: Chinese fans angry as censorship results in 'castrated' debut (AFP)
  • Still want to see Notre-Dame? Go to China (Asia Times)
  • Defying Chinese censorship: a comic dedicated to nakedness (The Guardian)
  • Publisher fined $29,000 for blog saying Beijing office complex had bad feng shui (AFP)
  • China is livestreaming matchmaking (Trivium)
  • Girl falls 26 floors, gets up and walks away (Global Times)
  • China requires naturalized football players to learn party history (AP)
  • Aerial photography: 'The first pot of the world'
  • Tom Hiddleston: Why China loves the 'creepy' Centrum ad (BBC)
  •  
     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