Laatste nieuws

  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • Not an 'Asian Nato': Aukus still work-in-progress but expansion could complicate China's regional plans, analysts say (SCMP)
  • Rol China in oorlog Oekraïne is groter dan gedacht, waarschuwt Amerika's bevelhebber in Europa ($de Volkskrant)
  • China tells telecom carriers to phase out foreign chips in blow to Intel, AMD (WSJ)
  • Foreign Minister says China would support peace conference to solve Ukraine crisis ($Caixin)
  • Looking at Beijing's Ukraine shuttle diplomacy (China in Eurasia)
  • The US has a powerful new alliance - thanks to China ($The Washington Post)
  • The new world disorder: how the Gaza war disrupted international relations (The Guardian)
  • Macau roars back as gamblers return to 'Las Vegas of the east' (FT)
  • China urges parties to devote resources to diplomatic efforts to end war in Ukraine (Xinhua)
  • Who congratulated Putin on his election victory and what does it say about global alliances? (The Guardian)
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • How to tackle China's overcapacity problem (Project Syndicate)
  • Can China get out of its rut? (Project Syndicate)
  • China's state is eating the private property market ($The Economist)
  • Chinese state-owned bank seeks liquidation of property developer Shimao (FT)
  • China confronts the middle-income trap (Project Syndicate)
  • China's big bet on 'new quality productive forces' (Asia Times)
  • Xi Jinping's misguided plan to escape economic stagnation (The Economist)
  • Country Garden: China property giant suspends shares in Hong Kong (BBC)
  • Behold China's consumer paradise (Asia Times)
  • New productive forces: how Xi Jinping plans to overtake America (The Economist)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China isn't at overcapacity, but simply meeting global needs (Shine)
  • What overcapacity? China says its industries are simply more competitive (Reuters)
  • China says Fitch rating outlook downgrade 'regrettable' (Xinhua)
  • China's Tianqi Lithium’s $4bn bet on Chile at risk of backfiring (FT)
  • China must rebalance economic development efforts to silence the West's 'overcapacity' concerns (SCMP)
  • Chinese EVs' competitive advantage by no means depends on subsidies: minister (Xinhua)
  • Chinese expatriate entrepreneurs find a new gold rush destination in Mexico (SCMP)
  • What's the point? (Stephen Roach)
  • The mind-bending new rules for doing business in China ($The Economist)
  • As Chinese businesses launch operations in Mexico, managers learn cross-cultural lessons (SCMP)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • China had a 'special place' in Modi's heart. Now it's a thorn in his side (NYT)
  • China coastguard blocks Philippines vessels as maritime tension grows (FT)
  • China, Suriname to boost relations (China Daily)
  • China reaffirms ties with North Korea in high-level meeting (AP)
  • Between Marcos Jnr and the US, it is the family ties that bind (SCMP)
  • China's path not taken: lost global leadership opportunities (Appia Institute)
  • China ready to take 'China-DPRK Friendship Year' as an opportunity to promote bilateral relations: top legislator (Xinhua)
  • China says Wang Yi condemned Iran embassy attack in Blinken call (Bloomberg)
  • China's top legislator Zhao meets key N.Korean official over ways to bolster bilateral ties (Yonhap)
  • Modi urges peace at China border (BBC)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • China feels boxed in by the US but has few ways to push back (NYT)
  • Ties with US and Japan will ‘change dynamic’ in South China Sea, Philippines president says (Reuters)
  • South China Sea: Philippines, US, Japan to step up maritime cooperation to deter Beijing’s aggression (SCMP)
  • Biden aims to project united front against China at White House summit ($NYT)
  • China calls on US to end unreasonable suppression of Chinese firms (Xinhua)
  • US echo chamber produces anti-China propaganda (Global Times)
  • How China is hacking America (Newsweek)
  • China hits back at US 'pressuring' over ties with Russia (Newsweek)
  • Chinese organized crime's latest US target: gift cards (Asia Times)
  • No substitute for victory: America's competition with China must be won, not managed (Foreign Affairs)
  • China - Europa

  • As a Trump victory becomes likelier, Europe re-engages with China (WSJ)
  • Ahead of Scholz trip, study shows German economy still dependent on China (Reuters)
  • Sweden expels Chinese journalist deemed 'serious threat to security' (AP, DPA)
  • La Chine, nouvelle puissance technologique : qu’est-ce que cela veut dire pour nous, Européens ? (Le Vent de la Chine)
  • Gerhard Schröder's Beijing connection: How the former German chancellor thrives as an apologist of the Chinese party state (Agenda Pública)
  • Ditching European trade for China and India was ever a poor bet. Now it's a farce (The Guardian)
  • Watching China in Europe - April 2024 (GMF)
  • Wang Yi: For Europe, China is an opportunity, not a risk, and a partner, not a competitor (gov.cn)
  • France wants 'clear message' from China to Russia over Ukraine war (AFP)
  • Behind China's hack of UK's Electoral Commission (Asia Times)
  • China - Nederland

  • 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)
  • Almeerse chipmachinemaker ASM verrast met flink aantal orders: 'aanhoudend sterke vraag uit China' (BNR)
  • Politiek

  • What Chinese outrage over '3 Body Problem' says sbout China (NYT)
  • How China’s political clans might determine its future (The Economist)
  • Human rights activist Zhou Fengsuo: 'Xi Jinping is the natural product of an evil system' (Bitter Winter)
  • 3-Body firestorm: What China thinks about Netflix's take (ChinaTalk)
  • Why are China's nationalists attacking the country's heroes? (NYT)
  • Respect for diversity in democracy is a reality to embrace worldwide (Xinhua)
  • Forum: Democracy takes many forms (China Daily)
  • Even China's own state media sometimes resent state control (The Economist)
  • China, you may be pro-CCP but if you organize independently you are still a 'cult' (Bitter Winter)
  • Xinhua Headlines-Profile: Xi Jinping the reformer (Xinhua)
  • Maatschappij

  • The fundamental concepts that underpin traditional Chinese medicine (Shine)
  • The Chinese émigrés leaving the pressures of home for laid back Chiang Mai, Thailand (The Guardian)
  • 1.334 bln people covered by China's basic medical insurance (Xinhua)
  • Three boys to face trial over child’s murder in case that shocks China (The Guardian)
  • Yuxi, Yunnan: Ramadan fasting prohibited to minors and Party members (Bitter Winter)
  • Xu Zhiyong: A beautiful China - Returning to China from a year at Yale (China Change)
  • Why China's middle class is cutting back on private daycare centers ($Caixin)
  • Chinese mourners turn to AI to remember and 'revive' loved ones (The Guardian)
  • China's ageing population: A demographic crisis is unfolding for Xi (BBC)
  • CCP launches 3-year 'tough battle' against the Church of Almighty God (Bitter Winter)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China supporting Russia in massive military expansion, US says (AFP)
  • US says China is supplying missile and drone engines to Russia (FT)
  • China is providing satellite intelligence for military purposes to Russia, US warns, says report (Business Insider)
  • South China Sea: Philippines urged to prioritise diplomacy even as navy prepares for 'worst-case scenario ($SCMP)
  • US Marines train for war with China on an island-hopping battlefield, report says (Business Insider)
  • South Korea is zooming ahead with the mass production of its KF-21 fighter jet, and China won't be happy (SCMP)
  • Spiky questions remain for AUKUS proponents (Inside Story)
  • China, Russia and Iran hold 5-day military exercise near Gulf of Oman as Red Sea attacks continue (SCMP)
  • Shield, sword, or symbol: Analyzing Xi Jinping's 'strategic deterrence' (Brookings)
  • India moves 10,000 more troops to restive China border (Newsweek)
  • Cultuur

  • 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 ($de Volkskrant)
  • China's Nobel winning novelist Mo Yan targeted by growing band of online nationalists (SCMP)
  • China's top-rating drama for 2023: life and death in China's rustbelt (Inside Story)
  • Ai Weiwei's 'Zodiac' is a mystical memory tour (NYT)
  • Newly discovered gaps in Great Wall of China create more mysteries about why it was built (SCMP)
  • London gallery delays Ai Weiwei show over Israel-Hamas tweet (The Guardian)
  • A grain of rice shatters myth of Chinese civilization 5,000 years old (Shine)
  • China-experts: Ai Weiwei neemt risico met plan familiebezoek ($de Volkskrant)
  • Kunstenaar en dissident Ai Weiwei wil zijn moeder opzoeken in China: 'Ik ben niet bang, ik heb niks verkeerds gedaan' (de Volkskrant)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China to make 5nm chips with SAQP process (Asia Times)
  • Dodgy publications boost China's science stature (Asia Times)
  • Dodgy publications boost China's science stature (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)
  • Overseas students, exchanges deterred by spy laws – Academic (University World News)
  • China will install a sprawling 'all-seeing' surveillance system on the moon (Daily Mail)
  • Milieu

  • 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)
  • China's water hegemony policy: a threat to neighboring countries and human rights (Bitter Winter)
  • China's mega project diverts billions in cubic meters of water in 2023 (Xinhua)
  • Beijing experiences its coldest December since 1951 (The Guardian)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • 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)
  • 15 dead and dozens more injured in Nanjing flat fire (BBC)
  • WHO responds after China reports death from chimera bird flu virus (Newsweek)
  • Xinyu: Dozens dead after fire breaks out in China shop (BBC)
  • Death toll rises to 39 in east China building fire (Xinhua)
  • At least 20 dead, dozens missing in Yunnan landslide (BBC)
  • China landslide buries dozens in Yunnan province, state media reports (Thee Guardian)
  • Schandalen

  • China investigates senior executive at top defence group (FT)
  • Evergrande: China property giant and its founder accused of $78bn fraud (BBC)
  • Chinese state media body condemns police harassment at site of deadly blast (The Guardian)
  • Former vice president of China Development Bank under probe (Xinhua)
  • More than 340 in corruption net as China'’s top prosecutors double down on tackling financial crime (SCMP)
  • Two female Falun Gong practitioners persecuted to death (Bitter Winter)
  • China prosecutes over 50,000 people for telecom, online fraud in 2023 (Xinhua)
  • Chinese gangs use cryptocurrencies to launder billions (WSJ)
  • Death of an insurance salesman: Falun Gong practitioner tortured to death in Jiangsu (Bitter Winter)
  • Former Bank of China chairman indicted for bribery in nation's long-running anticorruption drive (AP)
  • Sport

  • 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)
  • Lionel Messi: Chinese officials call off Argentina games amid anger over star not playing (BBC)
  • Former China football head to go on trial Monday (AFP)
  • How China's 'stadium diplomacy' is looking to make its mark at the Africa Cup of Nations (SCMP)
  • Chinese chess: Xiangqi champion suspended for bad behaviour (BBC)
  • Chinese Super League: From bidding for Bale to selling the team bus (BBC)
  • Xi says 'not so sure' of Chinese football team's abilities (AFP)
  • China goes on charm offensive at Asian Games, but doesn't back down from regional confrontations (AFP)
  • Unanswered questions over Peng Shuai show power of sport has its limits (The Guardian)
  • Taiwan

  • Why Taiwanese islands with view of China aren't worried about rising tensions (WSJ)
  • Taiwan's Ma visits Xi, whose intentions he trusts (Asia Times)
  • President Xi Jinping meets Taiwan's Ma Ying-jeou in historic first, 9 years after landmark Singapore handshake (SCMP)
  • KMT's Ma highlights cross-Strait ties (China Daily)
  • Taiwanese chip-making giant TSMC gets $6.6 billion for Arizona project (WSJ)
  • Taiwan earthquake: over 600 people remain stranded days after disaster (The Guardian, agencies)
  • 'Voyage of trust' by Ma Ying-jeou will promote cross-strait peace (SCMP)
  • Taiwan hit by strongest earthquake in 25 years; 4 dead and dozens injured (USA Today)
  • Chinese state media stoked allegation Taiwan's president would flee war (Reuters)
  • Former Taiwan president Ma leaves for China, likely to meet Xi (Reuters)
  • Hongkong

  • 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)
  • US says imposing new visa curbs on Hong Kong officials over rights crackdown (Reuters)
  • Hong Kongers are purging the evidence of their lost freedom (NYT)
  • Are Hong Kong's days as a global business hub over? (BBC)
  • Lies, ideology and repression: China seals Hong Kong's failed-state fate (The Guardian)
  • What Article 23 means for the future of Hong Kong (Asia Times)
  • 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

  • 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)
  • China could use anti-fraud app to monitor Tibetans - report (BBC)
  • China confirms first successful cloning of endangered Xizang cattle breeds (Ecns.cn)
  • A new Great Game: China, India, and the Dalai Lama (Bitter Winter)
  • Xinjiang

  • 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)
  • Abidin Damollam: 96-year-old Uyghur cleric dies in jail (Bitter Winter)
  • Criminal law is not retroactive, right? Not true if you are a Muslim in Xinjiang (Bitter Winter)
  • The CCP's war against religious Uyghur women (Bitter Winter)
  • New report: Uyghur forced labor increased in 2023 (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

  • 3 Body Problem: Lawyer sentenced to death for Lin Qi murder (BBC)
  • 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)
  • As China's 'Year of the Widow' threatens marriage rate, can 'dragon babies' boost births? (SCMP)
  • Wuhan sculpture spawns two more kids, sparking ridicule (RFA)
  • Outrage over doctor punching patient during surger (BBC)
  • An egg fried rice recipe shows the absurdity of China's speech limits (NYT)
  • Can Taylor Swift conquer China? (Newsweek)
  • Mayday: Taiwan rock stars deny breaking China's lip syncing ban (BBC)
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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