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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • 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)
  • Kim Jong-un warns of change in direction on denuclearisation (BBC)
  • US and China fleshing out trade deal ($$WSJ)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Urban Chinese more inclined to save than spend in Q1 (Caixin)
  • China to draft value-added tax law this year (Caixin)
  • Wave of debt washes over corporate China (Asia Times)
  • Beijing home prices fall 10% over two years (Asia Times)
  • China's primary school students to learn how to avoid stock market pitfalls (The Guardian)
  • Crackdown on China shadow banking to moderate, but the sector will not rebound strongly (Moody's)
  • China's Premier acknowledges economic slowdown, promising tax cuts ($$NYT)
  • Selling China short ($$Project Syndicate)
  • China to take various measures to boost domestic consumption: Premier Li (Xinhua)
  • Trivium's Two Sessions wrap up (Trivium)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Apple's Cook to China: keep opening for sake of global economy (Reuters)
  • Jaguar wins landmark case against Chinese copy of Evoque model (The Guardian)
  • Australia's coal bonanza at risk as Chinese import 'ban' spreads (The Guardian)
  • Ownership limits could curb foreign investment in mainland stocks, industry body says (Caixin)
  • The yuan won't follow the yen's example (Caixin)
  • Foreign Investment Law - implementation in the works (Trivium)
  • China's new investment law replete with question marks (Politico)
  • Business groups concerned over China’s new foreign investment law(Asia Times)
  • China adopts foreign investment law (Xinhua)
  • Vietnam welcomes companies moving production from China (Caixin)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • China trying to influence the world's media, says new report (Foreign Correspondents' Club, Hong Kong)
  • Modi likes to project muscular nationalism - except when it comes to China ($$The Washington Post)
  • Inter-American Development Bank cancels China meeting after Beijing bars Guaido representative (Reuters)
  • China’s leaders should study James Bond films (The Economist)
  • US could reduce intelligence sharing with Israel due to China ties (Axios)
  • Ocean-going nuclear plants for South China Sea (Asia Times)
  • CPEC has entered its second phase: academic (Asia Times)
  • Why President Xi chose to visit Italy, Monaco and France (CGTN)
  • Chinese fishmeal plants leave fishermen in the Gambia all at sea (The Guardian)
  • Craze of learning Chinese spreads across world (People's Daily Overseas New Media)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • China is spying on Israel to steal US secrets (Foreign Policy)
  • China opposes US military officers' remarks on so-called 'China threat' (Xinhua)
  • Italy gives Xi, and China's vast infrastructure project, a royal welcome ($$NYT)
  • Trump overrules own experts on sanctions, in favor to North Korea ($$NYT)
  • Trump did not reverse North Korea sanctions on Chinese shipping companies: source (Reuters)
  • Donald Trump and Xi Jinping miss a trick over trade (The Guardian)
  • N.Korea quits liaison office in setback for South after US blacklisted two Chinese shipping companies (Reuters)
  • Trade saga with US continues (Trivium)
  • Trump wants China to ‘double or triple’ its offer to buy US goods in trade negotiations, sources say (CNBC)
  • US-China trade: Trump says tariffs on Beijing may linger (Reuters)
  • China - Europa

  • Italy joins China's New Silk Road project (BBC)
  • Italia-Cina, firmato il memorandum per la nuova Via della seta (askanews)
  • Chinese, Italian presidents agree to promote greater development of ties (Xinhua)
  • EU leaders call for end to 'naivety' in relations with China (Reuters)
  • Europe's China ties must be reciprocal: Merkel (Reuters)
  • China, Italy stress strategic, cultural bond (Global Times)
  • China hysteria falls on deaf ears in Europe (Asia Times)
  • China-France bilateral trade hits record high (Asia Times)
  • Xi's Europe visit (Trivium)
  • Italy takes a shine to China's New Silk Road (BBC)
  • China - Nederland

  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Politiek

  • Italian version of 'Classics Quoted by Xi' launched (China Plus)
  • Bewegingsvrijheid Chinese advocaat ernstig beperkt (Amnesty International)
  • Party guru discusses ideological risks (Trivium)
  • More funds for protecting China's cultural heritage of revolutionary history: official (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping tells Chinese teachers to help 'nurture support' for Communist Party rule (SCMP)
  • Protestant house church closed down (AsiaNews)
  • Xi stresses ideological and political education in schools (Xinhua)
  • Party revises cadre appointment regs – again (Trivium)
  • The Party is nervous about new media (Trivium)
  • Chinese people embrace rule of law (Global Times)
  • Maatschappij

  • City issues 'good person' card to those deemed moral models (Global Times)
  • Nearly 63 pct Chinese children sleep less than eight hours per day (Xinhua)
  • Unaffordable housing, rapid urbanization are dragging down China's marriage rate: analyst (Global Times)
  • Chinese Christians live in fear, fleeing abroad (Asia Times)
  • Eenkindpolitiek: Schimmen in China ($$De Groene Amsterdammer)
  • China develops online toilet map for tourists (Xinhua)
  • Government raises basic pension of seniors (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China clones 'Sherlock Holmes' police dog to cut training times - report (Reuters)
  • More residents of Shanghai opt for sea burials (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Ebbing demographic dividend in China not necessarily bad: experts (Global Times)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China's F-16: Meet the J-10 fighter (possibly thanks to Israel) (The National Interest)
  • America's top defense officials say Google's work in China benefits Beijing's military (CNBC)
  • China's rapid military buildup is slowing down (Asia Times)
  • Navy, industry partners are 'under cyber siege' by Chinese hackers, review asserts ($$WSJ)
  • China, Russia developing heavy-lift helicopter (Asia Times)
  • Hypersonics are speeding up great power competition (The National Interest)
  • Philippine official, fearing war with China, seeks review of US treaty ($$NYT)
  • Rise in China's defense budget to outpace economic growth target (Reuters)
  • China keeps lid on military spending for fourth year in a row (SCMP)
  • China unveils national service center for veterans (Xinhua)
  • Cultuur

  • The future of classical music is Chinese ($$The Washington Post)
  • Obituary: The Li Xueqin I knew - a leading Chinese archaeologist who trod carefully around political pitfalls (Hong Kong Free Press)
  • Do Chinese films hold global appeal? (ChinaPower)
  • 'An elephant sitting still,' reviewed: A young Chinese filmmaker's masterly portrait of political and intimate despair (The New Yorker)
  • Chinese painter Ye Yongqing ‘deeply influenced’ by Belgian artist who accuses him of copying (SCMP)
  • Met een Chinese Drakenzegel naar filmfestivals (VPRO Radio, Bureau Buitenland)
  • Li Xueqin, key historian in China's embrace of antiquity, dies at 85 ($$NYT)
  • Is China headed towards a future without foreign bands? (Radii China)
  • Belgian iconic comic figure Tintin opens first shop in China (Xinhua)
  • Epic examining one-child rule sweeps best actor, actress at Berlinale (Caixin)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China to build deep-sea navigation system in South China Sea (Global Times)
  • Universities respond actively after Xi stresses ideological and political theory courses (Global Times)
  • China’s R&D investment up 11.6% in 2018 (Asia Times)
  • International universities to woo Chinese students (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Post-1995 'Chinese genius' shocked the world: 22 years old broke through the world problem! (China IT News)
  • China subsidizes 44m college students in 2018 (Xinhua)
  • Modern Chinese universities launch fun classes (Asia Times)
  • Chinese school buys its pupils tracking bracelets - then vows to consult them after online backlash (SCMP)
  • China’s 'artificial sun' to go live this year (Asia Times)
  • Chinese historian and archaeologist Li Xueqin obituary (The Guardian)
  • Milieu

  • 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)
  • Beijing not even in top 100 most polluted cities in the world (the beijinger)
  • Damming the Upper Mekong (Los Angeles Review of Books)
  • Red China is turning green (Asia Times)
  • China backslides in campaign against air pollution (Caixin)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Chemical plant blast in Eastern China kills 64, injures hundreds (Business Times)
  • Brand in touringcar China eist 26 levens (Xinhua)
  • China rescuers pull survivor from blast rubble as death toll rises (Reuters)
  • Chemical plant blast in Eastern China kills 62, injures hundreds (Business Times)
  • Government attempts to limit fallout from chemical blast (Trivium) 22 maa 2019
  • Automobilist rijdt in op voetgangers China (ANP/AFP)
  • Chemical blast in East China kills 47, seriously injures 90 (Caixin)
  • Dozens killed and hundreds injured in explosion at Chinese chemical plant (Reuters)
  • 10 killed, 10 missing in house collapse in N.China (CGTN)
  • China suspends commercial operations of Boeing 737-8 planes (CNBC)
  • Schandalen

  • 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)
  • China toughens action against judicial corruption in 2018 (Xinhua)
  • China to punish makers, sellers of fake products 'until bankruptcy' (Xinhua)
  • Dutch researcher: China database lists 'breedready' status of 1.8 million women (The Guardian)
  • Condemning the enforced disappearance of lawyer Lu Tingge (China Change)
  • China nets 11 people for smuggling US$119 million worth of rare totoaba fish for traditional medicine market (AFP)
  • A brainwashing war: an appeal for the poet-preacher Wang Yi (China Change)
  • Sport

  • 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)
  • Efforts to woo talented overseas athletes of Chinese origin back to homeland impeded by red tape (Global Times)
  • Taiwan

  • Countering China's efforts to isolate Taiwan diplomatically in Latin America and the Caribbean (RAND Corporation)
  • China urges US to stop arms sales to Taiwan (Xinhua)
  • Trump aides back selling F-16 fighter planes to Taiwan, sources say (Bloomberg)
  • Tsai Ing-wen, Taiwan’s president, is challenged by a former underling ($$The Economist)
  • China vs. Taiwan: ideological war goes global (Asia Times)
  • China urges US to block Taiwan leader's Hawaii stop-over (Reuters)
  • People's Daily head leaves for high-level position at Beijing’s Liaison Office in Hong Kong (Caixin)
  • Democracy, the China challenge, and the 2020 elections in Taiwan (Brookings)
  • Taiwan increases penalties for security leaks (Asia Times)
  • Taipei wooing its companies back from China (Asia Times)
  • Hongkong

  • 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)
  • 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)
  • 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'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)
  • No head for heights: China defends Tibet travel restrictions (Reuters)
  • Chinese official insists no love for Dalai Lama in Tibet (AP)
  • Lhasa uses facial recognition, big data analysis in new taxies (Global Times)
  • To win minorities’ support, China offers places at boarding school ($$The Economist)
  • China closes Tibet to foreigners for sensitive anniversaries (AP)
  • China claims it has no ‘Gulags’, but satellite imagery shows 3 new ones coming up in Tibet (The Print, India)
  • Xinjiang

  • China to invite diplomats from Europe to Xinjiang: Foreign Ministry (Global Times)
  • Deafening silence in Asia on mass detentions in China (Axios)
  • China is trying to destroy Uighur culture. We’re trying to save it ($$The Washington Post)
  • China says 13,000 Xinjiang ‘terrorists’ arrested since 2014 (AP)
  • Dilemma for Widodo as China casts shadow on Indonesia polls ($$FT)
  • China gives priority to preventive counterterrorism approach: white paper (Xinhua)
  • China's brutal 'boarding schools' ($$NYT)
  • The Guardian view on Xinjiang’s detention camps: not just China’s shame
  • Sweden now grants refugee status to all Uyghurs from Xinjiang (In Beijing, Sweden)
  • Chinese delegates introduce human rights progress in Xinjiang at UN side-event (Xinhua)
  • 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

  • School principals ordered to dine with kids to ensure food safety (Global Times)
  • Chinese goths post selfies in protest after subway incident (BBC)
  • Armando, the 'Lewis Hamilton of pigeons' sells for record €1.25m to Chinese buyer (BBC)
  • Volksvader Xi Jinping breekt met een decennialange traditie van Chinese leiders, en toont zijn grijzende coupe ($$de Volkskrant)
  • Poverty-stricken Chinese student’s 17-hour study schedule goes viral (SCMP)
  • Xinhua unveils 'Xin Xiaomeng,' robot journalist introduced via flawless TV news reporting (Business Times)
  • Theme park group sued for giving discount based on height (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Taiwan game 'Devotion' upsets China with Winnie the Pooh reference (BBC)
  • Artificial news host in ‘flawless’ Xinhua debut (Asia Times)
  • China recruits professional firefighters for the first time. 99.9% of them are required to be men (SupChina)
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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