Laatste nieuws

  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • UK and its allies face 'deadly quartet' (China, Russia, Iran and North Korea) of nations, says defence expert (The Guardian)
  • Nato barbarians are expanding and gathering at the gate of Asia (SCMP)
  • Confrontations in South China Sea surge, raising fears a miscalculation could lead to conflict (The Guardian)
  • China hits back at Nato over Russia accusations (BBC)
  • Japan can help Global South navigate US-China clash (The Japan Times)
  • Navo-bondgenoten halen uit naar China wegens 'grootschalige ondersteuning van Russische defensie-industrie' ($de Volkskrant)
  • US needs smarter policies to avoid a China war (Asia Times)
  • Nato warns China over role as 'decisive enabler' helping Russia in Ukraine war (SCMP)
  • NATO: Plug the US Indo-Pacific strategy's Hawaii gap (Asia Times)
  • China firmly opposes NATO's encroachment in Asia-Pacific (ViewusGlobal)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China sets 2029 deadline to create science and tech 'quality workforce' to power nation (SCMP)
  • CPC Central Committee adopts resolution on further deepening reform comprehensively (Xinhua)
  • China pledges industrial modernisation, reiterates past policy goals (Reuters)
  • Chinese state media touts Xi Jinping's commitment to private sector (SCMP)
  • How China's economy compares to the US's after latest results (Newsweek)
  • China's state rare-earth players bleed red ink as prices fall ($Nikkei)
  • Xi tackles slow growth as economy 'hits the brakes' (BBC)
  • China's economy growing slower than expected as leaders meet for third plenum (The Guardian)
  • China is holding a major meeting on the economy that you can't watch (NYT)
  • Trillions in hidden debt drove China's growth. Now it threatens its future (WSJ)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • Chinese electric vehicles are more of an opportunity than a threat (FT editorial)
  • China's exports surge 8.6% in June as trade provides economic growth support (SCMP)
  • China exports 485,000 vehicles in June, up 26.9% YoY (Xinhuanet)
  • China tightening its grip on leaky rare earth supplies (Asia Times)
  • China Tesla rival BYD signs $1bn Turkey plant deal (BBC)
  • Indonesia's possible 200% tariffs on Chinese goods may not have substantial impact on bilateral trade ties: expert (Global Times)
  • China’s space economy plan coming into celestial view (Asia Times)
  • China dealt major trade blow by Indonesia (Newsweek)
  • Being a director in China has just become much tougher ($FT)
  • Global investment banks retreat from China expansion (FT)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Why China is so interested in Kazakhstan (NYT)
  • China firmly opposes Vietnam's submission on undersea shelf in South China Sea (Xinhua)
  • Hu Bo on how the South China Sea situation will develop after the June 17 clash (Pekingnology)
  • Putting a stop to Manila's provocations in the South China Sea (Sinification)
  • Chinese analysis on Iranian presidential election (The China-MENA Newsletter)
  • China strives to lure foreign tourists, but it's a hard sell for some (Reuters)
  • South China Sea: Beijing urged to create deadline for Manila to withdraw from shoal ($SCMP)
  • China ready to continue working to restore stability in Haiti: Chinese foreign ministry (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping and China: Running out of time, ready to strike (Gatestone Institute)
  • China's periphery diplomacy: The importance of Southeast Asia (Sinification)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • Donald Trump's China stance risks angering Republicans (Newsweek)
  • Chinese underworld takeover of US illicit pot trade (Asia Times)
  • Chip stocks drop on fears US to toughen China rules (BBC)
  • Chinese border crossers chase the American dream, with mixed success (SCMP)
  • Trump's JD Vance problem is now China's, too (Asia Times)
  • Chinese business Guo Wengui tycoon convicted of defrauding followers in $1bn scheme (AP)
  • China on the asassination attempt - Comrade Trump: one-eared nation builder (China Talk)
  • T-shirts showing Trump after shooting pulled in China (BBC)
  • Trump 2.0 certain to be more hawkish on China, analysts warn, as shooting sparks sympathy (SCMP)
  • US-China high-level military dialogues gather pace; new crisis meeting on horizon (SCMP)
  • China - Europa

  • Sino-Hungarian relations and Orbán's travels (Asia Times)
  • China EVs still driving for EU's protected markets (Asia Times)
  • China's battery giant taps Europe's elite to expand supply chain (FT)
  • Beijing to probe EU trade barriers after bloc's tariff decision on Chinese EVs ($SCMP)
  • China’s legacy chips in EU’s crosshairs (Asia Times)
  • Yao Yang: No to retaliations against EU tariffs (Sinification)
  • Orban arrives in China on Ukraine peace mission (Reuters)
  • China reveals next steps in EU brandy probe as EV tariffs take effect (Reuters)
  • EU hits Chinese electric cars with new tariffs (BBC)
  • Europe tells China's carmakers: get ready to pay tariffs (NYT)
  • China - Nederland

  • China, Netherlands to collaborate on stabilizing global industrial, supply chains: Chinese FM (Xinhua)
  • Felle Chinese taal na incident met Nederlands fregat in de Oost-Chinese Zee ($de Volkskrant)
  • Chinese gevechtsvliegtuigen omsingelen Nederlands marineschip en helikopter: 'Potentieel onveilige situatie' ($de Volkskrant)
  • Chinese spies target Dutch industries to strengthen military, intelligence agency says (Reuters)
  • Dutch set to comply with US demands on China exports (Reuters)
  • Tech war: China quietly making progress on new techniques to cut reliance on advanced ASML lithography machines (SCMP)
  • China extends invitation to Dutch companies for 7th CIIE (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping warns Dutch leader Mark Rutte not to put up barriers after ban on chip technology exports to China (SCMP)
  • Chinese premier holds talks with Dutch PM (gov.cn)
  • Rutte looks back on a 'successful visit to China' (X)
  • Politiek

  • Full text: Communique of the Third Plenary Session of the 20th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (Xinhua)
  • Ousted Chinese foreign minister Qin Gang loses seat in Communist Party inner circle (SCMP)
  • Was fallen Chinese defence minister Wei Fenghe compromised by hostile force? (SCMP)
  • 'Strict governance of religion' imposed on Christians (Bitter Winter)
  • Video: 9th anniversary of crackdown on human rights lawyers and defenders (China Change)
  • Chinese bankers go communist – good for them ($SCMP)
  • Red Backpack: Taoist clergy's mandatory pilgrimage to a Maoist shrine (Bitter Winter)
  • China's pro-government Muslims launch 'Three Loves' campaign (Bitter Winter)
  • Seminar clarifies 'Sinicizing' religion means preaching obedience to Xi Jinping (Bitter Winter)
  • Top propaganda official faces investigation (China Media Project)
  • Maatschappij

  • Church of Almighty God: The economy of refugees and ill-founded accusations of human trafficking (Bitter Winter)
  • 'Garbage time of history': Chinese state media seeks to shut down claims country has entered a new epoch (The Guardian)
  • 'Society doesn't want my kids': China’s single women forced abroad to freeze their eggs (The Guardian)
  • Anti-cult propaganda in Ulugqat county, Xinjiang - where there are no 'cults' (Bitter Winter)
  • Yet another xie jiao: crackdown on an offshoot of 'Human Universal Science' (Bitter Winter)
  • A conversation with Koala, a survivor of the 2015 '709 crackdown' (Human Rights in China)
  • Beijing Zion Church: Sunday service raided again, young devotee detained (Bitter Winter)
  • China to deepen medical, healthcare reform in 2024 (CGTN)
  • Why China's new economic blueprint needs to address the country’s demographic challenges (SCMP)
  • Chinese cosmopolitanism: the history and philosophy of an idea (Pekingnology)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China and Russia launch naval exercises in South China Sea (RBC-Ukraine)
  • Philippines wants to point more BrahMos missiles at China (Asia Times)
  • The Chinese base that isn't there ($NYT)
  • China, Russia hold simultaneous joint naval drill, patrol (Global Times)
  • China isn't the strongest military in Asia (24/7 Wall St.)
  • China's fragile army (Appia Institute)
  • NATO summit matched by rise of rival SCO (Asia Times)
  • Mapped: the vast network of security deals spanning the Pacific, and what it means (The Guardian)
  • Japan, Philippines sign defense deal as China tensions drag (Bloomberg)
  • Chinese military arrive in Belarus: Purpose of visit (RBC Ukraine)
  • Cultuur

  • Stamped postcards unveiled to celebrate 50 years of discovery of Terracotta Warriors (Ecns.cn)
  • Les débuts de la « saga » chinoise du Puy du Fou, le plus grand spectacle immersif au monde (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • 'Emotional power': China's Covid wounds reopened in tense, divisive 'An Unfinished Film' (SCMP)
  • Jia Zhangke's latest film: Caught by the Tides review – two-decade relationship tells story of China's epic transformation (The Guardian)
  • Two poems, four years in detention: the Chinese dissident who smuggled his writing out of prison (The Guardian)
  • Five of the best books to understand modern China (The Guardian)
  • Liu Cixin: 'I'm often asked – there's science fiction in China?' (The Guardian)
  • Wereldwijd kromp de kunstmarkt vorig jaar, maar in China werd juist veel méér uitgegeven aan kunst ($de Volkskrant)
  • China's Nobel winning novelist Mo Yan targeted by growing band of online nationalists (SCMP)
  • China's top-rating drama for 2023: life and death in China's rustbelt (Inside Story)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China flexes AI muscle at Shanghai expo (Asia Times)
  • Cash for college: Chinese school offers hefty cash prize, sparks (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • China leading generative AI patents race, UN report says (Reuters)
  • China becomes world's leading patent power: report (Xinhua)
  • China becomes first country to retrieve rocks from the moon's far side ($NYT)
  • China's Chang'e-6 moon mission returns to Earth with historic lunar far side cargo ($SCMP)
  • Putting China's science surge in proper perspective (Asia Times)
  • Night schools becoming popular in China (China Daily)
  • Record 13.42m Chinese students take fiercely competitive college exam (Xinhua)
  • China's spacecraft takes off from moon with first samples from lunar far side (Xinhua)
  • Milieu

  • Why the era of China's soaringcarbon emissions might be ending (NYT)
  • China's emissions of two potent greenhouse gases rise 78% in decade (The Guardian)
  • New snake species discovered in Central China (Global Times)
  • China building more wind, solar capacity than rest of world combined (AFP)
  • Coal push damps hopes of China's climate ambition (FT)
  • Brazil and China at 50: Green goals and trade realities (Dialogue Earth)
  • Over a third of urban Chinese live in sinking cities (Asia Times)
  • China launches ambitious mission to far side of the moon (The Guardian)
  • Xi thinks China can slow climate change. What if he's right? (NYT)
  • US-China competition to field military drone swarms could fuel global arms race (AP)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • Fire at shopping mall in southwest China kills 16 people (CNN)
  • Floods - it is all about the Party-state's response (Tracking People's Daily)
  • Un été sous tension (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Chinese space rocket crashes in flames after accidental launch (Reuters)
  • Ataque con cuchillo provoca 8 muertos y un herido en provincia china de Hubei (Xinhua)
  • Knife attack in Guixi city primary school leaves two dead (BBC)
  • 'Multiple students' harmed in China elementary school attack: state media (Newsweek)
  • China: At least two dead, 23 injured in hospital stabbing (BBC)
  • Death toll rises to 36 after road collapse (Xinhua)
  • 19 dead after road cave-in in south China's Guangdong (Xinhua)
  • Schandalen

  • App that tracked fuel tankers in China used to transport cooking oil is disabled (The Guardian)
  • China to investigate scandal of mixed use of tankers for edible and chemical oil (Global Times)
  • China state media slams Sinograin over alleged use of fuel tankers to transport cooking oil (Reuters)
  • Authorities, Sinograin launch probe after reports of mixed use of tank trucks transporting food and chemical liquids raised concerns (Global Times)
  • The 'Ink Girl' six years after: is she alive or dead? (Bitter Winter)
  • Fake police scammers convinced me I was on China's 'most wanted' list (BBC)
  • Did Chinese Communist eat children (and adults)? Reading 'Scarlet Memorial' again (Bitter Winter)
  • Chinese Communist party expels two ex-defence ministers for corruption (BBC)
  • Former Chinese defence minister Li Shangfu under investigation for corruption ($SCMP)
  • Firm fined for selling China-made cars as Italian (BBC)
  • Sport

  • Chinese bedrijven willen met reclames op EK 'het nieuwe China' laten zien (NOS)
  • Chinese 'koning van de borstslag' komt naar de Spelen – tot ontzetting van sommige dopingbestrijders ($de Volkskrant)
  • Chinese swimmers twice tested positive for drugs. They kept on swimming (NYT)
  • 'Deeply concerned' with China doping allegations, US drug czar sends letter to anti-doping agency (AP)
  • Chinese doping case sparks unusually harsh spat between global and US drug-fighting agencies (AP)
  • China Anti-Doping Agency criticizes swimmer report as 'misleading' (Xinhua)
  • Top Chinese swimmers tested positive for banned drug, then won Olympic gold (NYT)
  • Organizers cancel runner's half marathon victory (Shine)
  • China looks to employ big data to tackle persistent misconduct in soccer ($Caixin)
  • Beijing half marathon hit by controversy as China's He Jie allowed to win (The Guardian)
  • Taiwan

  • Trump didn't say he wouldn't defend Taiwan (Asia Times)
  • China suspends nuclear talks with US over arms sales to Taiwan (The Guardian, agencies)
  • Donald Trump suggests he would not defend Taiwan from China (Newsweek)
  • Taiwan for Ukraine? (China in Eurasia)
  • Japan navy destroyer enters Chinese waters near Taiwan, prompting Beijing complaint (Reuters)
  • China detaining more Taiwanese since Beijing implemented the Anti-Espionage Law (Taipei Times)
  • Liberating Taiwan by force according to Prof. Jin Canrong (Sinification)
  • The looming crisis in the Taiwan Strait (Foreign Affairs)
  • China issues danger zone warning in waters near Taiwan (Newsweek)
  • Taiwan demands China returns fishing boat seized by coastguard (AP)
  • Hongkong

  • Chair of Hong Kong press union Selina Cheng fired by Wall Street Journal, says paper urged her to quit group (HK Free Press)
  • Hong Kong is more Chinese, but don't call it 'another Chinese city' ($The Washington Post)
  • Hong Kong: Pro-democracy singer Denise Ho harassed again (Bitter Winter)
  • Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong asks for a lesser sentence in landmark security case (AP)
  • Hong Kong is 'slowly becoming a totalitarian state​', says UK judge (The Guardian)
  • Three arrested in Hong Kong for 'insulting' Chinese anthem at World Cup qualifier (AFP)
  • The shadow of Tiananmen falls on Hong Kong (The New Yorker)
  • 'We refuse to disappear': the Hong Kong 47 facing life in jail after crackdown (The Guardian)
  • US imposes visa restrictions on Chinese, Hong Kong officials over guilty verdicts in trial of pro-democracy organizers in HK (Reuters)
  • 'Hong Kong 47' trial: 14 pro-democracy activists found guilty of conspiracy to commit subversion (The Guardian)
  • Macau

  • No horse racing, please, we're Chinese: the end of a venerable tradition in Macau (Bitter Winter)
  • Hong-Kong-style National Security Law comes to Macau (Bitter Winter)
  • Macau facing increased restrictions under expanded security law (BBC)
  • Koning van de casino's en exclusieve reisjes verdwijnt voor achttien jaar in de Chinese cel ($de Volkskrant)
  • Alvin Chau: Macau gambling kingpin jailed for 18 years (BBC)
  • Macao casino revenue plunges 51% to 18-year low amid zero-COVID ($Nikei)
  • Mainland Chinese vaccine tourists flock to Macau for mRNA Covid jabs (FT)
  • 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)
  • Tibet

  • China calls the US resolve Tibet act a 'sinister farce' (Bitter Winter)
  • Kora in New York: What the American welcome to the Dalai Lama means (Bitter Winter)
  • As the Dalai Lama turns 89, exiled Tibetans fear a future without him (Reuters)
  • Like father, like son: Why Xi Jinping visited Hongjue Temple (Bitter Winter)
  • China says Dalai Lama must 'thoroughly correct' his political views (ABC News)
  • Chinese President Xi visits Tibetans and temple in western China, calls for ethnic unity ($SCMP)
  • Pelosi in visit accuses China of trying to erase Tibetan culture (Bloomberg)
  • US lawmakers meet with Dalai Lama in India's Dharamshala, sparking anger from China (AP)
  • Tibet's fate in hands of Biden after Congress passes new bill (VieuwusGlobal)
  • Knieoperatie dalai lama in VS stelt Biden voor dilemma: hem ontmoeten of China te vriend houden ($de Volkskrant)
  • Xinjiang

  • Blind love for the CCP: left-wing journalist Roger McKenzie in the Uyghur region (Bitter Winter)
  • Uyghurs in China: The most heavily jailed group in the world (Bitter Winter)
  • Why Gaza gets more attention than Xinjiang (Asia Times)
  • China has renamed hundreds of Uyghur villages and towns, say human rights groups (The Guardian)
  • China's ethnic policy chief slams 'ignorance of history' in Xinjiang assimilation claims (SCMP)
  • Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan: the man who came to Urumqi with a blue tie (Bitter Winter)
  • Morally rotten tomatoes: the Urumqi-Salerno 'train' has now arrived in Italy (Bitter Winter)
  • Is Turkish minister's Xinjiang visit an effort to draw a line under human rights claims? (SCMP)
  • Thailand accused of sending Uyghur and other refugees back to China (Bitter Winter)
  • Uyghurs, 'Me Too,; and the CCP (BItter Winter)
  • Binnen-Mongolie

  • Inner Mongolia emerges as model for Xi Jinping's ethnic affairs policy, but analysts warn of cultural 'erosion' (SCMP)
  • Podcast: Why is the Communist Party redoubling its assimilation efforts? (The Economist)
  • Christian inmate tortured in notorious Southern Mongolia prison (Bitter Winter)
  • Anti-religious social credit targets Southern Mongolian peasants (Bitter Winter)
  • China's push to create a single national identity. Inner Mongolia is the latest target (The Economist)
  • China kidnaps Southern Mongolian dissident in Mongolia (Bitter Winter)
  • Southern Mongolia: The CCP mobilizes traditional culture against religion (Bitter Winter)
  • 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)
  • Een lach en een traan

  • Man caught smuggling 100 snakes in his trousers (BBC)
  • Elderly in China engage in bizarre fitness trends, posing safety risks (Global Times)
  • Chinese 'broken pots' found in Lincolnshire attic sell for £160,000 (The Guardian)
  • Dan's the man: Why Chinese women are looking to ChatGPT for love (BBC)
  • Pride before a fall: water pipe helps cherished waterfall in China stay flowing (The Guardian)
  • Xi Story: Illuminating the future of every child (Xinhua)
  • 'Let Japanese politicians drink radioactive waste water.' How nationalism helped a Chinese drinks firm rise – briefly (SCMP)
  • Chinese PR boss says sorry after glorifying work-till-you-drop culture (The Guardian)
  • China places 311 under administrative detention in 'air rage' crackdown (Xinhua)
  • Travel by bike, bring your own cup: China imposes a frugal life on public servants (WSJ)
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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