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    China en de wereldcrisis

  • China protests: Twitter coverage Part 2 (ChinaTalk)
  • The red line: Biden and Xi’s secret Ukraine talks revealed (The Spectator) 24 November 2022
  • China is winning the Russia-Ukraine War amid massive US, Russia war expenditures (Fox News)
  • 'As the world's new major power, China must now lead the reconstruction of the international order' (Discourse Power)
  • 'A remarkable job': how Russia and China buckled in the face of a united G20 (FT)
  • Xi looks away from Putin toward West in return to world stage (Bloomberg)
  • G20 leaders' declaration condemns Russia's war 'in strongest terms' (CNN)
  • In G-20 talks, China objects to calling Russian invasion of Ukraine a 'war' (The Washington Post)
  • Xi Jinping tells Russia to 'respect territorial integrity' of Ukraine (EVening Standard)
  • G20: Xi Jinping says food, energy security should not be 'weaponised' (SCMP)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • Chinese banks lend 2.64 trillion yuan to property developers in January-October (Xinhua) 25 nov 2022
  • China's 26-storey pig skyscraper ready to slaughter 1 million pigs a year (The Guardian)
  • China's reserve requirement ratio cut ‘better late than never’, set to release US$70 billion to boost economy (SCMP)
  • China's coronavirus-induced economic slowdown forces local governments to slash spending (SCMP)
  • China set to fine Jack Ma's Ant Group over $1 billion, signalling revamp nears end (Reuters)
  • Central bank plans new lending tool to support embattled developers (Caixin)
  • Younger Chinese are spurning factory jobs that power the economy (Reuters)
  • Foxconn has recruited 100,000 new workers for largest iPhone factory, state media reports (CNN)
  • China is rapidly rolling out its new digital currency (The Economist)
  • Is China losing GDP religion? ($The China Project)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Blocked in the West, Huawei eyes emerging markets (Asia Times)
  • Brace for sharp rebound from China's new lockdowns (Asia Times)
  • China halts some Russian crude purchases as looming oil price cap leaves buyers looking for a bigger discount (Markets Insider)
  • China, Qatar enter 27-year gas deal (China Daily)
  • How to prevent and deal with corruption in your China business (China Briefing)
  • Covid China: fear of contagion still worries world markets (FT)
  • FT: Goldman Sachs says US, Europe could end reliance on Chinese EV batteries by 2030 (Reuters)
  • China boosts efforts to control Western infrastructure, key industries - NATO (Reuters)
  • Gas deal strengthens Qatar-China ties (Al-Monitor)
  • Israel's imports from China reach all-time annual record: statistics (Xinhua)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Canada's new Indo-Pacific strategy calls China 'disruptive power' (NHK)
  • China gathers India Ocean countries for forum, leaves India out (Hindustan Times)
  • The global ambitions of Chinese law (Project Syndicate)
  • In Washington, Macron to seek relief for Europe Inc amid China competition (Reuters)
  • China ship with largest-ever cannon enters Japan waters near Senkakus (Kyodo)
  • China and Russia creeping further into West as major Latin American nations reject the US (Washington Examiner)
  • Xi holds talks with Cuban president (Xinhua)
  • Foreign Ministry rebuts allegations by NATO chief (China Daily)
  • China should fight Western smears by using UN mechanisms (Global Times)
  • Over a dozen countries investigate China's undeclared police stations (Newsweek)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Report: China suspected of stockpiling gold to 'cut greenback dependence' (Bitcoin.com)
  • US bans imports of equipment made by Huawei, ZTE (CBSNews)
  • China urges US to heed domestic calls for reason, stop obstructing Chinese companies (Xinhua)
  • Biden-Xi summit: necessary but not revolutionary (Asia Times)
  • China’s gold stockpiling is dollar warning sign (Asia Times)
  • Harris offers Marcos more muscle to counter China (Asia Times)
  • US chip ban hangs over Shanghai's new AI center (Asia Times)
  • China and US defense chiefs agree to keep lines of communication open ($Caixin)
  • Semiconductor war: Strangling with an intent to kill (ChinaDebate)
  • US Vice President Kamala Harris visits Philippine island on edge of contested South China Sea (Reuters)
  • China - Europa

  • UK minister of State sets out Global Britain's Indo-Pacific tilt (Beijing to Britain)
  • The Observer view on Britain's feeble response to China's assault on human rights (Observer editorial)
  • EU faces scrap over control of tool to counter China's 'economic coercion' (SCMP)
  • Germany - burned by overrelying on Russian gas - now vows to end dependence on trade with China (Business Insider)
  • European Council chief to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing as bloc seeks to recalibrate ties (SCMP)
  • Macron chooses China over the US, rebuking Biden's state visit honor (Washington Examiner)
  • Celebrating Uyghur National Day at Amsterdam's Dam Square (Bitter Winter)
  • UK: China accused of a wide range of abuses in the House of Lords (Bitter Winter)
  • EU set to renew sanctions on Chinese officials accused of human rights violations in Xinjiang (SCMP)
  • Germany debates naming businesses with large China exposure (WSJ)
  • China - Nederland

  • 'Geavanceerde producten van ASML mogen niet misbruikt worden voor China's controlestaat' ($de Volkskrant)
  • Netherlands in talks with US on China chip policy - Dutch trade minister (Reuters)
  • Netherlands signals it won't follow US' chip ban on China, move set to bolster Japan, South Korea's resistance to Washington (Global Times)
  • Video: Moeten we ons zorgen maken over hoe afhankelijk we zijn van China? (nu.nl)
  • Chipmaker Nexperia wordt meegezogen in oplaaiende chipoorlog ($FD)
  • Provincie Utrecht verbreekt relatie met Guangdong: 'We willen niet bevriend zijn met een vriend van Poetin' (Trouw)
  • De Amerikaanse druk op Nederlands kabinet en ASML wordt steeds ondiplomatieker (FD)
  • 'Xi spreekt met Rutte over doorgaan ASML-leveranties aan China' ($FD)
  • US tries to enlist allies Japan and Netherlands in assault on China’s chip industry (FT)
  • Als het om China gaat, voert koopman (nog) boventoon in Rotterdamse haven (FD)
  • Politiek

  • Covid protests could go anywhere from here (Asia Times)
  • China protests news: Live updates as anger on zero COVID sparks rare unrest (Newsweek)
  • After deadly blaze, surge of defiance against China's Covid policies ($NYT)
  • Protesten in China: zowel hoogopgeleide jongeren als inwoners in lockdown eisen minder willekeur en meer democratie ($de Volkskrant)
  • China affirms zero-COVID stance, eases rules after protests (AP)
  • Fresh detentions in Shanghai as China Covid protests spread (BBC)
  • Xi Jinping faces stiffest challenge to rule as Covid outrage sparks mass protests (FT)
  • China's protests: Harbinger or passing storm? (ChinaTalk)
  • China's protests: Twitter coverage Part 1 (ChinaTalk)
  • Chinese protests spread over government's Covid restrictions (WSJ)
  • Maatschappij

  • Urumqi fire: WeChat erupts (ChinaTalk)
  • Shenzhen limits indoor venue occupancy, asks public to work from home (Reuters)
  • Covid protests widen in China after Urumqi fire (BBC)
  • Zero-Covid policy comes under fire, but experts don’t expect big changes any time soon (SCMP)
  • Anti-lockdown protests spread across China amid growing anger at zero-Covid strategy (The Guardian)
  • Urumqi rocked by Covid lockdown protests after deadly fire (BBC)
  • Beijing on edge as city adds new quarantine centers (AP)
  • Guangzhou sends nonlocals home to ease pressure as Covid cases jump ($Caixin)
  • Hevigste protesten in China in jaren: kan de overheid haar zerocovidbeleid nog handhaven of is de druk te groot? ($de Volkskrant)
  • Panic-buying in Beijing as city adds new quarantine centers (AP)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China making South China Sea a nuclear missile launchpad (Asia Times)
  • Covid blijft China's grootste vijand; lockdowns uitgebreid ondanks plannen voor versoepeling ($de Volkskrant)
  • China has put longer-range ICBMs on its nuclear subs, US says (Bloomberg)
  • China's new satellite-hunting radar aims to blind US (Asia Times)
  • A three-trend puzzle for China (Settimana News)
  • The weakness behind China's strong façade (Foreign Affairs)
  • Xi Jinping tells China's army to focus on preparation for war (The Guardian)
  • China flexes drone-killing tech at Zhuhai airshow (Asia Times)
  • Fortified South China Sea artificial islands project Beijing's military reach and power, say observers (SCMP)
  • Op deze Japanse eilandjes komt oorlog met China dichtbij: 'We zijn in elk scenario doelwit' ($de Volkskrant)
  • Cultuur

  • China's Golden Rooster Awards winners announced (Xinhua)
  • Les nouvelles formes du marché de l’art contemporain en Chine (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Return to Dust review – paean to the simple life (The Guardian)
  • Return to Dust — rural Chinese love story hums with emotional truth (FT)
  • From worship to birth, oracle bones carry the secret of Chinese characters' origins (Global Times)
  • 'Return to Dust' review – wandering souls find poetic love in dirt-poor rural China (The Guardian)
  • 'Stonewalling' shows independent Chinese filmmaking is still kicking ($The China Project)
  • Hit film 'Return to Dust' has vanished from China's cinemas. Why? (FT)
  • Asian art and luxury buying boom (FT)
  • Xi on art and political control (ChinaTalk)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • Chinese patent filings top world in 2021 amid innovation drive (Xinhua)
  • Chinese scientists' academic influence continues to rise as US researchers’ impact declines, international survey shows (SCMP)
  • China is developing new nuclear system to power moon base expected to be up and running by 2028 (SCMP)
  • Reputation of China's universities rises steadily (China Daily)
  • Chinese universities climb world rankings (China Daily)
  • China launches 3rd and final space station component (AP)
  • China's 'electromagnetic sled' train is almost supersonic (Asia Times)
  • Xi pushes to accelerate China's scientific 'self-reliance' (Axios)
  • Chinese university 'misses out' on Nobel Prize after US economist Philip Dybvig leaves a year before winning (SCMP)
  • More Chinese mainland universities enter world's top 100 list (Xinhua)
  • Milieu

  • Gordon Brown says China must pay into climate fund for poor countries (The Guardian)
  • Why saltwater is getting into Shanghai's drinking supply ($Caixin)
  • China Green Bulletin (Caixin)
  • Is China doing enough to combat the climate crisis? (The Guardian)
  • China submits progress report on implementing targets of fighting climate change (Xinhua)
  • China resists climate pressure from West, but makes gains on its own ($WSJ)
  • Pressure remains on Xi Jinping to kick China's coal habit (FT)
  • How Putin and friends stalled climate progress (NYT)
  • China is burning more coal, a growing climate challenge ($NYT)
  • Middle route of China's mega water diversion project hits annual target (Xinhua)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Ten dead in Urumqi residential block fire (BBC)
  • Video: 38 killed in Chinese factory fire (Reuters)
  • Dozens dead in factory fire in Chinese city of Anyang – state media (agencies)
  • Tesla says it will assist police probe into fatal crash in China (Reuters)
  • Tesla accident causing 2 deaths and 3 injuries in S.China under investigation with identification data still pending: media (Global Times)
  • China lucks out again as out-of-control rocket booster falls in the Pacific (NYT)
  • Restaurant blaze kills 17 in northeastern China ($Caixin)
  • Nieuwe kritiek op Chinees zerocovidbeleid na 27 doden bij ongeluk met quarantainebus ($de Volkskrant)
  • China Covid: Quarantine bus crash kills 27 and injures 20 (BBC)
  • 27 dead, 20 injured in China after bus taking people to Covid-19 quarantine crashes (SCMP)
  • Schandalen

  • China sentences Canadian pop singer Kris Wu to 13 years in jail for rape (Reuters)
  • Chinese iPhone-fabriek zegt sorry tegen nieuwe medewerkers: geen bonus door 'technische fout' ($de Volkskrant)
  • Foxconn apologizes for pay dispute at China factory (AP)
  • Police beat protesting iPhone workers as Covid cases hit record high in China (The Guardian, agencies)
  • Wuhan’s early covid cases are a mystery. What is China hiding? (The Washington Post Editorial)
  • Dissident who revealed abuses in psychiatric hospitals is sent there again (Bitter Winter)
  • China gebruikt corona-app om critici uit Beijing te houden ($de Volkskrant)
  • Former provincial vice governor convicted of graft ($Caixin)
  • Another death in isolation: Hohhot woman falls to death from 12th floor of locked-down building (What's on Weibo)
  • Henan preacher arrested for purchasing Christian books online (Bitter Winter)
  • Sport

  • China turning World Cup into George Orwell's 1984 (World Soccer Talk)
  • Former head coach of Chinese men's soccer team Li Tie under investigation (Global Times)
  • Chinese companies score big at World Cup (China Daily)
  • Taiwanese nationalism faces a trial by empire ($The Washington Post)
  • Can China's Zhou Guanyu do for F1 what Yao Ming did for basketball? (CNN)
  • The worst moments in China men's soccer (The China Project)
  • Did Joe Biden and Xi Jinping lower the risk of war over Taiwan? (The New Yorker)
  • China can 'become world's biggest football nation', says Patrice Evra (Xinhua)
  • World Cup gives China manufacturers a boost ($Caixin)
  • China probes defeat by Evergrande youth soccer staff (FT)
  • Taiwan

  • 'Het scenario dat de volksprotesten uitgroeien tot een Chinese Lente lijkt me uitgesloten' ($de Volkskrant)
  • De pro-Chinese achterkleinzoon van Chiang Kai-shek kan de toekomst van Taiwan gaan bepalen. Wie is hij? ($de Volkskrant)
  • Chiang Kai-shek's great-grandson claims key Taiwan poll win (Bloomberg)
  • Taiwan en de Chinese dreiging: 'Stuur vooral meer delegaties' (De Groene)
  • The Chinese Nationalist Party wins in Taipei in Taiwan’s local elections (News 360)
  • Taiwan's Tsai steps down as DPP chair after local election losses (Nikkei)
  • Taiwan goes to polls in closely watched local vote ahead of presidential election (AP)
  • China threat looms in Taiwan's local elections as voters weigh island's future (The Guardian)
  • Taiwan en de Chinese dreiging ($De Groene)
  • Chinese agent bribed Taiwan colonel to surrender if war began, prosecutors claim (Reuters)
  • Hongkong

  • Hong Kong leader asks Beijing to interpret national security law after top court rules UK barrister can defend Jimmy Lai (SCMP)
  • Autistic Falun Gong practitioner sentenced in Hong Kong (Bitter Winter)
  • Hong Kong court convicts Cardinal Zen, 5 others over fund (AP)
  • Fighting an exodus, Hong Kong faces a tough task to lure back young people (The Guardian)
  • Covid-hit Hong Kong loses luxury shopping crown to New York (Bloomberg)
  • Documentary 'Hong Kong: City on Fire' review – shocking violence in China's city of dissent (The Guardian)
  • Hong Kong leader tests positive for Covid after meeting Xi Jinping (FT)
  • Hong Kong leader John Lee tests positive for Covid after returning from Thailand trip ($SCMP)
  • Hong Kong demands full investigation after 2019 protest song played at Korean rugby tournament instead of national anthem (SCMP)
  • Hong Kong jails woman for insulting China's national anthem during Olympic celebration (CNN)
  • Macau

  • Macau's MGM Cotai casino under lockdown after dealer infected (Nikkei)
  • Macau to broaden reach of national security law in response to Pelosi's Taiwan trip (RFA)
  • Macau begins 11th round of mass testing in worst COVID outbreak (Reuters)
  • Macau shuts down casinos following Covid outbreak (BBC)
  • Macau businesses asked to suspend operation to curb COVID-19 (Xinhua)
  • Macao casino king Alvin Chau 'cheats' government of $1bn in taxes (Nikkei)
  • Macau's casino losses engulf gambling hub as no quick fix in sight (Reuters)
  • Policy changes make Macau's casinos a risky bet (Asia Times)
  • Why Asian gaming hub Macao is getting tougher on its big casinos (VOA)
  • Macao measures seen as attempt to head off Hong Kong-like crisis (VOA)
  • Tibet

  • Diversifying Tibetan cinema: Q&A with Jigme Trinley, director of 'One and Four' (The China Project)
  • China's zero-covid policy and the rise of citizen journalism: a Tibetan view (Bitter Winter)
  • China Covid: Videos emerge of rare protests in Tibet (BBC)
  • Opinie: Tibet zou voor iedereen een gruwelijk voorbeeld moeten zijn van wat een leven onder Chinese heerschappij betekent ($de Volkskrant)
  • Tibetan monks forced to watch the 20th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (Bitter Winter)
  • Tibet, the Dalai Lama, and the geopolitics of reincarnation (International Tibet Network)
  • Chinese central govt's jurisdiction over Dalai Lama's reincarnation reaffirmed (Global Times)
  • China's strategy for installing a Dalai Lama of its own revealed (Bitter Winter)
  • 'Xizang': China's efforts to change Tibet's name continue (Bitter Winter)
  • Tibet: New re-education program for Buddhist monks and nuns (Bitter Winter)
  • Xinjiang

  • A Uyghur prisoner's escape: Changing the course of death (Bitter Winter)
  • Uyghurs urge Albanese government not to ignore human rights amid diplomatic thaw with China (The Guardian)
  • Major funds exposed to companies allegedly engaged in Uyghur repression in China (The Guardian)
  • China imposing forced inter-ethnic marriages on Uyghur women: report (NDTV)
  • No room for denial: Timothy Grose documents atrocities in Xinjiang from CCP's own sources (Bitter Winter)
  • IT security researchers find 2 new surveillance tools that target Uyghur mobile apps (RFA)
  • Are the media responsible for the Uyghur genocide, too? (Bitter Winter)
  • Spyware connected to China-backed hacking group targeting Uyghurs (The Sentinel)
  • Spyware targets Uyghurs by 'masquerading' as Android apps – report (The Guardian)
  • Xi Jinping's third term: A Uyghur view (Bitter Winter)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • Chinese deprogrammer in Inner Mongolia honored by Xi Jinping (Bitter Winter)
  • The not-so model minority: Xi Jinping's Mongolian crackdown (China Leadership Monitor)
  • Sweden stops deportation of Inner Mongolian dissident (Safeguard Defenders)
  • Top political advisor urges accelerated efforts in promoting Putonghua in N.China's Inner Mongolia (Global Times)
  • Wang Yang tours Inner Mongolia, says unity is more important than autonomy (Trivium China)
  • Xi Jinping tells authorities in Inner Mongolia to 'solve ethnic problems' and promote use of Mandarin (AFP)
  • Xi Jinping tells Inner Mongolia's NPC deputies to put Mandarin first in schools ($$SCMP)
  • Netizens shocked by high-profile corruption case in Inner Mongolia involving head of economic zone (Global Times)
  • Why critics are asking if Inner Mongolia is the next Tibet or Xinjiang (intellinews)
  • N.China's Inner Mongolia passes regulation to promote ethnic unity (Global Times)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Older than the pyramids: probe launched after mainland official claims Chinese civilisation is older than ancient Egypt (SCMP)
  • Video: Is Xi Jinping's potato miracle all that it seems? (BBC)
  • How Chinese citizens use puns to get past internet censors (Rest of World)
  • Beijing issues language code for government service staff (Global Times)
  • Beijing bus drivers have been told to wear wristbands to monitor their emotions (SCMP)
  • Chinese park pleads for live chickens to stop tigers starving in lockdown (FT)
  • A Dutchman in Yunnan knows China well on bicycle (Xinhua)
  • Masked match (CNN)
  • The Guardian view on China's censors: the sense of an (acceptable) ending (The Guardian Editorial)
  • China punishes 27 people over 'tragically ugly' illustrations in maths textbook (The Guardian)
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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