Laatste nieuws

  • China en de wereldcrisis

  • China calls for political settlement of Ukraine crisis (Xinhua)
  • Russia outsmarts Western sanctions - and China is paying attention (The Economist)
  • China can learn from Russia to beat Western sanctions as 'de-risking' pressures mount, says foreign affairs expert (SCMP)
  • Hoe China tussen de geopolitieke puinhopen aanstuurt op een nieuwe wereldorde (Clingendael)
  • Ukrainian foreign minister discusses peace prospects with China's Wang Yi (Reuters)
  • China stands firm as stabilizing force in turbulent world: top diplomat Wang Yi (Xinhua)
  • Chinese foreign minister says trying to cut his country out of trade would be a historic mistake (AP)
  • The looming crisis in the South China Sea (Foreign Affairs)
  • Kim Jong Un selling arms to Russia is 'China's problem' as well, says US official (Benzinga)
  • China's graduates pursue vocational training as firms eye practical, technical skills from problem solvers over academics (SCMP
  • Economie - Nationaal

  • China's Two Sessions to push 'new productive forces' (Asia Times)
  • China needs to do more on 'silent crisis' of debt, says World Bank official (The Guardian)
  • China cuts mortgage-linked lending rate by record amount to aid property market (FT)
  • Government must stop chipping away at Deng economic legacy (SCMP)
  • Lunar New Year: China tourism spending tops pre-Covid level (BBC)
  • Why China's economy is stalling out (Project Syndicate)
  • Even the world's biggest electric-vehicle market is slowing (WSJ)
  • 'It's legalised robbery': anger grows at China's struggling shadow banks (The Guardian)
  • It's grim out there: China's economy in the Year of the Dragon (ChinaFile)
  • China is heading for a 'lost decade' if it doesn't reform and grow, an analyst says (Insider)
  • Economie - Internationaal

  • China is not turning Japanese (Asia Times)
  • China reports smallest foreign investment increase in over two decades (WSJ)
  • China's economic turmoil won't stop its manufacturing dominance (Markets Insider)
  • China plans to spend US$1 billion to revamp Tanzania-Zambia railway in race to control critical mineral trade routes (SCMP)
  • Beijing hasn't been able to stop foreign investors from fleeing China's stock market (Markets Insider)
  • China remains Africa's largest trading partner for 15 consecutive years (Xinhua)
  • China-Africa trade hit US$282 billion in 2023 but Africa's trade deficit widens, with commodity prices a key factor (SCMP)
  • Kan ondergang Evergrande tot nieuwe kredietcrisis leiden? ($de Volkskrant)
  • China's strategic $3.5 billion investment in Brazil bolsters BRICS alliance: details (Cryptopolitan)
  • As China's markets stumble, Japan rises toward record (NYT)
  • Internationale Relaties

  • Hackers for sale: what we've learned from China's massive cyber leak (The Guardian, agencies)
  • Vietnam and the art of not choosing: lessons from the nation most poised between the US and China (FT)
  • Huge cybersecurity leak lifts lid on world of China’s hackers for hire (The Guardian)
  • China's hacking and spying revealed in bombshell leak (Newsweek)
  • China echoes Putin's war for history to justify claims in the South China Sea (Newsweek)
  • Australian writer Yang Hengjun will not appeal suspended death sentence in China, family says (Australian Associated Press)
  • Whatever happened to China's 2024 universal periodic review at Geneva’s Human Rights Council? (Bitter Winter)
  • Thai Land Bridge bid straddles a delicate US-China line (Asia Times)
  • China-Saudi Arabia ethylene project enters full construction stage (Xinhua)
  • Why – after more than 3 decades – China's foreign minister still starts the year with a trip to Africa (SCMP)
  • China - Verenigde Staten

  • China slams US 'economic coercion' against Chinese entities over Russia-Ukraine conflict (Global Times)
  • McKinsey-led think-tank advised China on policy that fed US tensions (FT)
  • 2 years on, US cannot blame China for failure in Ukraine war (SCMP)
  • San Diego Zoo could be first in US to get pandas from China again (NYT)
  • Pandas coming back to DC? It could be happening (Washingtonian)
  • China's support for Russia ‘very troubling’, says US ambassador as anniversary of Ukraine war looms (SCMP)
  • Xi is tanking China's economy. That’s bad for the US ($The Washington Post editorial)
  • US to invest billions to replace China-made cranes at nation's ports (WSJ)
  • China responds to possible US sanctions for helping Russia's Ukraine War (Newsweek)
  • America's election, viewed from Beijing (The Economist)
  • China - Europa

  • China offers to back Hungary in security matters, threatening NATO's dominance In Europe (Benzinga)
  • China, France should join hands to build a multipolar world: Chinese FM (Xinhua)
  • China ready to promote equal, orderly multipolar world with EU: FM (Xinhua)
  • Tipping point? Germany and China in an era of zero-sum competition (Rhodium Group)
  • The German business dilemma in China (FT)
  • Spain: Pro-China lobby against the International Religious Freedom Summit (Bitter Winter)
  • What China sends Russia is 'none of EU's business' (Asia Times)
  • China opposes 'illegal sanctions' in response to EU proposal (Bloomberg)
  • Most EU members not implementing Huawei, ZTE 5G ban, data shows (Euronews)
  • Limitless friendship, here are your limits (Politico)
  • China - Nederland

  • 'Economie loskoppelen van China volstrekt zinloos en onmogelijk' (BNR Nieuwsradio)
  • Nederlandse leger treft Chinese spionnen aan op zijn computers – hoe zijn die daar gekomen? ($de Volkskrant)
  • Chinese spies hacked Dutch defence network last year - intelligence agencies (Reuters)
  • China, the Netherlands agree to deepen cooperation (Xinhua)
  • ASML's China sales surged despite secret Dutch deal with US (Bloomberg)
  • Chinese ambassadeur in NL: 'Het Europese Chinabeleid is een stoplicht waarvan alle lichten branden. En dat is heel verwarrend' (NRC)
  • China verbolgen om Amerikaanse bemoeienis rond ASML, maar het kan zijn borst natmaken ($de Volkskrant)
  • Beijing criticises Netherlands' move to block ASML exports to China (Reuters)
  • ASML: 'Nederland heeft exportvergunning voor machines naar China deels ingetrokken' ($de Volkskrant)
  • Dutch researcher explores the future of rural China with his feet (Shine)
  • Politiek

  • 'When it all comes down to it, China has no real New Year' (ChinaFile)
  • China revamps discipline inspection rules to ensure Xi Jinping's instructions are carried out (SCMP)
  • Podcast: Will China be able to harness the power of generative AI? (The Economist)
  • Video: China's property crisis: inside a ghosttown of abandoned mansions (WSJ)
  • No incentives, but ideological work to drive China (Settimana News)
  • The Catholic Church in China, AD 2024: a tale of two sinicizations and two dragons (Bitter Winter)
  • The real roots of Xi Jinping thought: Chinese political philosophers' long struggle with modernity (Foreign Affairs)
  • Rule of law for all under heaven (ChinaTalk)
  • CPC issues regulations on study of Party's history (Xinhua)
  • China's would-be powerhouse Hunan wants officials to 'emancipate their minds' (SCMP)
  • Maatschappij

  • Cost of raising children in China second-highest in world, thinktank reveals (The Guardian)
  • China LGBTQ community hangs tough in dissent amid repression ($Nikkei)
  • China's population set to PLUNGE in latest crisis for Beijing (GB News)
  • Whisky takes a shot at China's baijiu-dominated market (BBC)
  • Genetics journal retracts 18 papers from China due to human rights concerns (The Guardian)
  • China's demographic doom loop (Asia Times)
  • China's 'dragon babies' under pressure to reverse population decline (Newsweek)
  • How China miscalculated its way to a baby bust (WSJ)
  • Welcoming the Lunar New Year (BBC)
  • Chinese jongeren beginnen het Jaar van de Draak zonder familie ($de Volkskrant)
  • Militaire zaken

  • China and India militaries to 'turn the page' (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Philippines arming up for D-Day with China (Asia Times)
  • 'Social stability': Chinese firms form Mao Zedong-era militias (FT)
  • 'Social stability': Chinese firms form Mao Zedong-era militias (FT)
  • Philippines gunning for fast and massive military build-up (Asia Times)
  • Fear and ambition propel Xi's nuclear acceleration (NYT)
  • Chinese nuclear weapons, 2024 (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists)
  • Xi Jinping is in a battle with China's own military, and the outcome could drag the US into WWIII (Business Insider)
  • China unveils cutting-edge aircraft carrier amid rising global tensions (Front Page Detectives)
  • Water in Chinese missiles' tanks is a fake story (Asia Times)
  • Cultuur

  • 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)
  • Japan raises military spending to counter China with more missiles and ships (FT)
  • Chinese video games are on the rise, but I wish they got more respect (The Guardian)
  • Recreating a bygone China, one miniature home at a time (NYT)
  • Wetenschap en Onderwijs

  • China unveils guidelines for brain chip research (Asia Times)
  • China's chip industry is gaining indisputable momentum (Asia Times)
  • China population: teachers face uncertain future with falling birth rate set to create 1.9 million surplus by 2035 (SCMP)
  • What will newly increased Party control mean for China's universities? (ChinaFile)
  • China adopts ethical guideline for brain-computer interface research (Xinhua)
  • China willing to join global efforts on AI ethics, governance (Xinhua)
  • China is first country to hold over 4 million domestic patents (chinadaily.com.cn)
  • Guidelines instruct religions how to implement the new Patriotic Education Law (Bitter Winter)
  • China's army of young graduates should be considered assets, not liabilities, for the country's development (SCMP)
  • British private schools in China under threat as new ‘patriotic’ law comes in (The Guardian)
  • Milieu

  • 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)
  • China's 'dinosaur' state-owned enterprises make a green pivot (FT)
  • Why China is not a reliable partner in the climate battle: a Uyghur view (Bitter Winter)
  • China climate envoy reaffirms 2030 target for peaking carbon emissions ($Caixin)
  • China's clean energy boom offers climate action hope (Asia Times)
  • Have China's CO2 emissions peaked? (Yicai)
  • Rampen en ongelukken

  • 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)
  • 8 people killed in factory dust explosion in east China's Jiangsu (Xinhua)
  • 13 reported killed in dorm fire at boarding school for elementary students in China’s Henan province (AP)
  • China's emergency law amendment may curb media reporting on disasters and accidents (SCMP)
  • China earthquake: death toll rises to 131 as freezing weather hinders rescue efforts (The Guardian, agencies)
  • Schandalen

  • Former Bank of China chairman indicted for bribery in nation's long-running anticorruption drive (AP)
  • Millions of donkeys killed each year to make medicine (BBC)
  • Millions of donkeys killed each year to make medicine for China (BBC)
  • Authors 'excluded from Hugo awards for science fiction and fantasy over China concerns' (The Guardian)
  • Zhang Xinwei: Another mysterious death of a high school student sparks protests (Bitter Winter)
  • China, pro-government Buddhist abbott defrocked after a sexual scandal (Bitter Winter)
  • 10 major criminal suspects transferred back to China from Myanmar (Xinhua)
  • Chinese crime and geopolitics in 2024 (Brookings)
  • Cold genocide: is the world complicit in Chinese organ harvesting? (Bitter Winter)
  • Graphic torture described as 'standard practice' in China (RFA)
  • 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

  • Culture, democracy and clout: why three Pacific countries are sticking with Taiwan (The Guardian)
  • China vows 'strong and resolute' response after US arms sale to Taiwan (Newsweek)
  • In Taiwan, visiting lawmakers say US support is firm (NYT)
  • How China tries to indoctrinate Taiwan's youth (FT)
  • China demands the US stop any official contact with Taiwan following a congressional visit (AP)
  • Taiwan chases Chinese coast guard boat away from frontline islands amid heightened tensions (The Guardian)
  • Story of persecuted Dutch woman in Mao's China showcased at book fair in Taipei (Focus Taiwan)
  • China coast guard boards Taiwan tourist boat in escalation of tensions (The Guardian)
  • Will China have the manpower to take Taiwan? (Asia Times)
  • Mainland China coastguard to mount regular patrols where 2 fishermen died after Taiwan chase (SCMP)
  • Hongkong

  • Spicy food and dental implants: low prices lure Hong Kongers to China (NYT)
  • Greater Bay Area 'more connected than ever' as China's integration plan marks fifth anniversary (SCMP)
  • Hong Kong Christian jailed in Hubei for the past two months (Asia News)
  • Why Hong Kong's cinema has gone quiet (FT)
  • It pains me to say Hong Kong is over (FT)
  • Hong Kong’s article 23: what is the new national security law and what will it mean for human rights? (The Guardian)
  • Expats: Nicole Kidman show about Hong Kong not shown in city (BBC)
  • Chinese courts to rule on Hong Kong commercial disputes under new law (The Guardian)
  • De nieuwe manieren die journalisten in Hongkong hebben gevonden om toch hun kritiek te uiten ($de Volkskrant)
  • Courtroom drama is Hong Kong's highest grossing Chinese-language film ever (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

  • 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)
  • China to invest heavily in Xizang's development in 2024 (Xinhua)
  • China doesn't want you to say 'Tibet’ anymore (WSJ)
  • Thermo Fisher halts DNA collection kit sales in Tibet (Axios)
  • Crackdown on Mani Stones in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai (Bitter Winter)
  • Xinjiang

  • China uses hi-tech to suppress dissent in the Uyghur region (Bitter Winter)
  • Firms with deep roots in China reconsider their Xinjiang ties (NYT)
  • Uyghurs continue to oppose 'genocide tours' to Xinjiang (Bitter Winter)
  • Volkswagen onder vuur om mogelijke dwangarbeid door Oeigoeren bij bouw testcircuit China ($de Volkskrant)
  • VW bereitet einen möglichen Rückzug aus Xinjiang vor (Handelsblatt)
  • Forced labor still haunts China's Xinjiang, report finds (Politico)
  • Uyghur businessman returned to China by Iran serving 15-year sentence (RFA)
  • China finds a'useful idiot' in Trinidad: Sheikh Imran Hussein (Bitter Winter)
  • Why Uyghurs keep commemorating the Ghulja Massacre of 1997 (Bitter Winter)
  • The new regulations for religions in Xinjiang: part of a wider campaign against religion (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

  • 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)
  • China's government can't take a joke, so comedians living abroad censor themselves (AP)
  • How is Edinburgh Zoo transporting two giant pandas? (BBC)
  • Xi Jinping's anti-corruption drive worked wonders on his bureaucrats' waistlines (The Observer)
  • Promoting egg-fried rice may make you an 'enemy of the Party' (Bitter Winter)
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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