Laatste nieuws

  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • Political solution in Ukraine stressed (China Daily)
  • Putin's China visit highlights military ties that worry the West (NYT)
  • Why West has only itself to blame for the Russian-Chinese entente (SCMP)
  • Global waves hit Micronesian shores (Inside Story)
  • Putin and Xi deepen partnership and scold the United States (Reuters)
  • Xi Jinping, Putin hail ties as 'stabilising' force in chaotic world (AFP)
  • Xi and Putin push for 'political solution' to Ukraine war (BBC)
  • Putin’s trip to Beijing: the West doesn't understand how much Russia has changed (NYT)
  • What is Xi Jinping prepared to pay for Putin's war? (BBC)
  • Xi Jinping's enduring NATO grudge (Newsweek)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China says it will start buying apartments as housing slump worsens (NYT)
  • China to cut mortgage rates as part of plan to prop up property market (The Guardian)
  • China to reboot markets with SOE home purchases (Asia Times)
  • China's economic recovery diverges as factory output jumps and retail sales lag (FT)
  • Prof. Zheng Yongnian on Chinese overcapacity (Sinification)
  • China is raising bullet train fares as debts and costs balloon (NYT)
  • China fires starting gun on $140bn debt sale to boost economy (FT)
  • China targets tropical Hainan for world's biggest duty-free area (FT)
  • How China's economy benefited from the pandemic (Newsweek)
  • Debunking China's overcapacity myth (Asia Times)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China launches anti-dumping probe into chemicals from EU, US, Taiwan region, Japan (Xinhua)
  • Trade war over China (Appia Institute)
  • China's dead-end economy is bad news for everyone (NYT)
  • China reaps geopolitical dividend in Middle East exports (Asia Times)
  • Angola agrees deal with Chinese state bank to ease debt crunch (FT)
  • Xi says there is no such thing as 'China's overcapacity' (Xinhua)
  • All investor eyes on Xi in Europe (Asia Times)
  • What has driven China to bankroll controversial Ugandan crude oil pipeline? (SCMP)
  • China's control of rare earths challenged by global supply chain changes (The Aristree)
  • China making plans to build and ship EVs from Thailand (Asia Times)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • A game of reality, shadows and feelings: Xi and Putin in Beijing (Appia Institute)
  • Putin's China visit highlights military ties that worry the West (NYT)
  • Turkey accused of accepting Chinese hush money to remain silent on the plight of Uighurs (Middle East Forum)
  • The limits to Xi's influence on Putin (DW)
  • Putin visits China's 'Little Moscow' as allies seek to cement economic ties (The Guardian)
  • China's master plan to harass (and kidnap) dissidents and refugees abroad (Bitter Winter)
  • In talks with Putin, Xi hails 'powerful driving force' of cooperation (NYT)
  • China Coast Guard issues warnings to trespassing Philippine vessels (Xinhua)
  • Russia, China and Iran must not seize control of Sudan (Gatestone Institute)
  • Xi, Putin sign, issue joint statement on deepening China-Russia comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination for a new era (Xinhua)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • America’s approach to China's rapid growth has lessons for us all (The Guardian)
  • Why the US cantt win the trade war with China – and shouldn't try (Project Syndicate)
  • Biden's China tariffs are the end of an era for cheap Chinese goods (NYT)
  • China urges US not to drive a wedge between China, Europe (Xinhua)
  • Squad ditches Quad to keep US heat on China (Asia Times)
  • US opens door for China advances in the Pacific (Asia Times)
  • America, China, and the trap of fatalism (Foreign Affairs)
  • The new ‘Jim Crow’ in the US is much worse than ‘forced’ labour in Xinjiang (SCMP)
  • Don't slam the door on inexpensive Chinese electric vehicles (NYT)
  • Biden, Xi taking lumps for allies' bad behavior (Asia Times)
  • China - Europa

  • Hungary is helping Europe kiss decoupling goodbye (Asia Times)
  • China poses genuine and increasing cyber risk, UK spy agency head says (Reuters)
  • A strange train is coming to Italy from Xinjiang (Bitter Winter)
  • Xi’s visit builds a crucial bridgehead into Europe (Asia Times)
  • La « relation spéciale » entre la France et la Chine (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Xi returns to Beijing after state visits to France, Serbia, Hungary (Xinhua)
  • Xi Jinping's enduring NATO grudge (Newsweek)
  • What we learned from Xi's trip to Europe (China in Eurasia)
  • Key takeaways from Xi Jinping's European tour to France, Serbia and Hungary (Al Jazeera)
  • China, Hungary elevate ties to all-weather comprehensive strategic partnership (Xinhua)
  • China - Nederland

  • 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)
  • Questions over ASML services 'grave intervention' in market norms (Global Times)
  • Minister-president Rutte en minister Van Leeuwen brengen bezoek aan China (Rijksoverheid)
  • Fake Uyghurs v. genuine Uyghurs in The Hague: what exactly happened (Bitter Winter)
  • Politiek

  • How China is using AI news anchors to deliver its propaganda (The Guardian)
  • Church of Almighty God refugees in Italy speak at a religious liberty event (Bitter Winter)
  • China tries to erase the history - of 2022 (Bitter Winter)
  • The escaped dissident still pursued decades on by China (BBC)
  • What Xi Jinping really thinks (Time)
  • Former Chinese defence minister Wei Fenghe emerges after months of speculation ($SCMP)
  • China's mouthpieces go quiet (China Media Project)
  • Xi's historical revisionism: censorship and amplification (ChinaTalk)
  • De megalomanie van Xi Jinping komt verpakt in gortdroge taal ($de Volkskrant)
  • Ren Bishi: CCP honors Maoist leader who purged and killed dissidents (Bitter Winter)
  • Maatschappij

  • Chinese social media companies remove posts 'showing off wealth and worshipping money' (The Guardian)
  • China is reversing its crackdown on some religions, but not all (Council on Foreign Affairs)
  • Repression of Falun Gong continues among ethnic Korean minority in Liaoning (Bitter Winter)
  • Volunteer moms caring for left-behind children rises (Xinhua)
  • Staff at a Chinese supermarket chain can take 'unhappy days' whenever they want (The Guardian)
  • Suizhou, Hubei: massive protests against cemetery eeform (Bitter Winter)
  • Where does China stand in the AI wave? (ChinaTalk)
  • 4,000 villagers confront the police after destruction of an ancestral hall (Bitter Winter)
  • In rapidly ageing China, millions of migrant workers can't afford to retire (Reuters)
  • USCIRF: China's religious iberty and 'malignant influence' getting worse (Bitter Winter)
  • Militaire zaken

  • Sasakawa keeping China-Japan military lines open (Asia Times)
  • China's move to expel Australian naval helicopter over Yellow Sea reasonable, safe, legal: defense spokesperson (Xinhua)
  • Philippines to beef up defenses against South China Sea threats ($Nikkei)
  • China's floating nuke plants up South China Sea ante (Asia Times)
  • With eye on China, defense chiefs from Japan, Australia, Philippines and US agree to bolster interoperability (The Japan Times)
  • When will US come to the Philippines’ defense? (Asia Times)
  • PLA's double-edged sword (Appia Institute)
  • China, Russia space ‘militarisation’ could include nuclear weapon: US official ($SCMP)
  • New PLA unit underscores intelligentized warfare shift (Asia Times)
  • Xi Jinping unveils newest branch of Chinese military (Inquirer)
  • Cultuur

  • 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)
  • Ai Weiwei's 'Zodiac' is a mystical memory tour (NYT)
  • Newly discovered gaps in Great Wall of China create more mysteries about why it was built (SCMP)
  • London gallery delays Ai Weiwei show over Israel-Hamas tweet (The Guardian)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • Foreign awards meet growing cynicism in China (SCMP)
  • What China seeks on the far side of the moon (Asia Times)
  • Dodgy publications boost China's science stature (Asia Times)
  • Dodgy publications boost China's science stature (Asia Times)
  • China to make 5nm chips with SAQP process (Asia Times)
  • Scientist who gene-edited babies is back in lab and 'proud' of past work despite jailing (The Guardian)
  • Tory immigration policies risk over-reliance on Chinese students, ex-universities minister warns (The Guardian)
  • Xi Jinping's space program: 'To see him fly, so many die' (Bitter Winter)
  • Country plays leading role in intl patent application (China Daily)
  • In one key AI metric, China pulls ahead of the US: talent (NYT)
  • Milieu

  • 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)
  • World Bank's funding of 'hog hotel' factory farms In China under fire over climate effect (The Guardian)
  • China braced for rise in air pollution deaths (The Guardian)
  • China's mega water diversion project benefits over 176 mln people (Xinhua)
  • China's emissions, efficiency targets under threat after falling short in 2023 (Reuters)
  • Africa's donkeys are coveted by China. Can the continent protect them? (NYT)
  • Growth in CO2 emissions leaves China likely to miss climate targets (The Guardian)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • 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)
  • Extreme weather in Guangzhou kills five and brings destruction to China’s industrial heartland (The Guardian, agencies)
  • Millions at risk of floods in China's Guangdong province after heavy rain (Reuters)
  • Water extraction and weight of buildings see half of China's cities sink (BBC)
  • Woman hospitalised after falling through travelator in China (BBC)
  • Mexico: Eight Chinese migrants found dead on beach (BBC)
  • 14 killed, 37 injured in passenger bus crash in north China (Xinhua)
  • Explosion kills 7, injures 27 in north China (Xinhua)
  • Schandalen

  • Worry as release of Wuhan blogger remains unclear (BBC)
  • Concerns grow for Chinese citizen journalist after supposed jail release (The Guardian)
  • China due to free vlogger who filmed Wuhan lockdown (BBC)
  • Chinese woman jailed for reporting on Covid in Wuhan to be freed after four years (The Guardian)
  • Chinese network behind one of world’s 'largest online scams' (The Guardian)
  • Church of Almighty God: two stories of torture in Chinese jails (Bitter Winter)
  • Number of writers jailed in China exceeds 100 for first time, says report (The Guardian)
  • Former vice minister of justice under probe (Xinhua)
  • First scientist to publish Covid sequence in China protests over lab 'eviction' (The Guardian, AP)
  • China calls for efforts to combat all forms of sexual violence (Xinhua)
  • Sport

  • '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)
  • The doping crisis set to test the Paris Olympics (WSJ)
  • Lionel Messi defends HK absence as China backlash continues (BBC)
  • How Lionel Messi sparked a diplomatic row between China, Argentina and the Falklands (The Telegraph)
  • Taiwan

  • Why China's Taiwan-pop generation are drifting away from the island (SCMP)
  • How the ghost of Chiang Kai-shek haunts Taiwan's next president William Lai and the island's armed forces (SCMP)
  • Lai Ching-te (William Lai), the political brawler who went from a Taiwan mining village to the presidency (The Guardian)
  • The quiet Japanese island paradise on the frontline of growing Taiwan-China tensions (The Guardian)
  • Taiwan lawmakers exchange blows in bitter dispute over parliament reforms (Reuters)
  • China to introduce legal measures against 'Taiwan independence' diehards (Xinhua)
  • China responds to US and Taiwan's secret naval training in Pacific (Newsweek)
  • US and Taiwan navies quietly held Pacific drills in April (Reuters)
  • Defending Taiwan by defending Ukraine (Foreign Affairs)
  • 'Ghostly': Taiwan park dotted with hundreds of statues of late dictator Chiang Kai-shek as row rages over their fate (The Guardian)
  • Hongkong

  • Lawmakers ask HK court to call them as witnesses in Jimmy Lai case (BBC)
  • Protest song ban is an extreme step with far-reaching implications ($SCMP)
  • Hong Kong court bans protest anthem, saying it can be used as a weapon (Reuters)
  • Jimmy Lai plotted to trigger mainland China's collapse and install US-style democracy, Hong Kong court hears (SCMP)
  • Beijing defends China's latest crackdowns in Hong Kong (Tag24 News)
  • HK jails European citizen for 'demonising China' (BBC)
  • 'The old days are no more': Hong Kong goes quiet as security laws tighten their grip (The Guardian)
  • The Hong Kong Jimmy Lai trial: some advice to judge remedios from a former classmate (Bitter Winter)
  • Hongkong: In-between city (China Books Review)
  • US-funded Radio Free Asia shuts down in Hong Kong over safety concerns (The Guardian, Reuters, AP)
  • 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

  • Released from arrest, tortured Tibetan Monk committed suicide (Bitter Winter)
  • Campaign against 'cults' launched in Lhasa - but what is a 'cult' in Tibet? (Bitter Winter)
  • Massive Chinese cyber espionage of Tibetan diaspora revealed (Bitter Winter)
  • A farce in Geneva: Seminar claims Tibet and Xinjiang are paradises of human rights (Bitter Winter)
  • China's Tibet offers college exam takers a spot if their parents invest $400,000 (Reuters)
  • Tibet boarding schools: China accused of trying to silence language (BBC)
  • Protest against dam project in Sichuan leads to mass arrests of monks, villagers (Bitter Winter)
  • More than 100 Tibetans arrested over dam protest (RFA)
  • Unprecedented Tibetan protest against hydropower station in Sichuan (Bitter Winter)
  • Beijing accused of using spying, threats and blackmail against Tibetan exiles (The Guardian)
  • Xinjiang

  • Beijing's culinary crusade: erasing Uyghur identity through food (ChinaFile)
  • 20 years of the World Uyghur Congress (Bitter Winter)
  • Uyghurs: do not forget there is also an economic genocide (Bitter Winter)
  • Pakistan: Mainline newspaper ridicules itself by spreading Chinese propaganda on Xinjiang (Bitter Winter)
  • China boasts about its 'creative governance measures' for the Uyghurs. Perhaps it should patent them (Bitter Winter)
  • Mehmutjan Memet: A Uyghur is dying in jail, his family's pleas are ignored (Bitter Winter)
  • Palestinians and Arab politicians praise China's policies in Xinjiang (RFA)
  • Boasting about torture: A Uyghur view of Putin and Xi Jinping (Bitter Winter)
  • Uyghur stories: How Yalkun Uluyol lost his father - and thirty family members (Bitter Winter)
  • Uyghurs bravely resist oppression through poetry (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

  • '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)
  • Chinese internet amused by building that looks like sanitary pad (BBC)
  • 3 Body Problem: Lawyer sentenced to death for Lin Qi murder (BBC)
  • Mama's boys and marital strife are no joke in today's China (The Washington Post)
  • Chinese overheid zit in haar maag met doorgeslagen nationalistische bloggers ($de Volkskrant)
  • China's Xian to give lottery tickets to newlyweds in bid to spur births (Reuters)
  • Rare copy of Mao's Little Red Book expected to fetch more than £30,000 (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