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China military sends air patrols through new defense zone: Xinhua WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China's military sent several fighter jets and an early warning aircraft on patrol in disputed air space over the East China Sea on Thursday, the Chinese state news agency Xinhua reported, quoting a spokesman for the People's Liberation Army Air Force. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/wUC6drYdPTM/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
State media reported on Thursday, that an earthquake in China on the weekend triggered landslides that have blocked rivers and created rapidly growing bodies of water, that could unleash more destruction on survivors of the disaster that killed 410 people. The news agency said, "Its water level is increasing at a speed of 30 cm (1,060 cubic feet) per hour, putting seven power stations in the lower reaches in danger." Xinhua said, Yunnan's provincial government pledged 23 million yuan ($3.73 million) for disaster relief, while the Red Cross Society of China donated 33.36 million yuan ($5.41 million). http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/environment/~3/gTo5QqVk354/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
“My Life, My China” is a series of interviews with 10 Chinese journalists who are also Communist Party members talking about their views on the country and its major issues. The fuel for Luo Jun’s Xinhua News Agency editorials is her rage at injustice in all its forms – from official corruption in China to Western double standards. Luo, who manages Xinhua’s social media accounts after two years in London as a political correspondent for the agency, says she has seen official government cars parked outside of entertainment facilities in broad daylight and is aware of cases where money has bought power. For her, the person who embodies the true values of the Communist Party of China (CPC) is her grandfather, a CPC member and toy company manager who cared for others but was always strict wi...
A Japanese hotel chain named APA has sparked great anger on social media recently for allegedly placing books in its rooms, which denied that the Nanjing Massacre and the forced recruitment of "comfort women" ever happened. In response to the incident, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying on Tuesday urged the Japanese government to ensure that Japanese people are exposed to authoritative versions of history. Despite the protest, the APA hotel chain has refused to withdraw the books which distorted history from the guest rooms.
LIVE: Boarding a train to Hanoi, Vietnam, from China's Guangxi. Xinhua speaks to businessmen and tourists from ASEAN countries about the closer ties the train brings to the region after its launch eight years ago. #XinhuaLive #FacebookLive
www.DarylLawsonLive.com North and South Korea are preparing to announce a permanent end to their war - which has run since 1950 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5623831/No-missiles-ballet-North-Koreas-Kim-puts-show.html?ito=social-facebook North and South Korea may finally end the Korean War which started in 1950 War did not technically end in 1953 as sides agreed to a truce, not peace Kim Jong-Un and President Moon Jae-in are due to meet next week Kim spent the weekend celebrating Day of thew Sun - his grandfather's birthday North and South Korea are preparing to officially end the war when their two leaders - Dictator Kim Jong-Un and President Moon Jae-in - meet next week. The two Koreas are technically still at war as the 1950-53 Korean conflict ended with a truce, not a pe...
Giant panda Huan Huan, which is on loan to France from China, will give birth to twins, first French cubs, Beauval zoo parc announced Tuesday. First ultrasound test conducted on July 26 detected a fetus of 3.4 cm, according to zoo officials. After a 50-day gestation period, the twins are expected on either Aug. 4 or 5. The two cubs will be visible only on giant screens set up in the zoo during their first three months.
State news agency Xinhua said on Friday that China is planning an international tourism zone in its northeastern border area with Russia and North Korea, in Pyongyang's latest push for new investment. According to Xinhua, Jiang Chaoliang, governor of China's northeastern Jilin province, said the province would draw up a blueprint for the Tumen River Delta international tourism area this year. The Tumen River divides China and North Korea. Xinhua said officials are exploring a management model of the tourism zone that would involve China, Russia and North Korea. Xinhua said, citing officials, that visitors shall enter the tourism zone without visas and shopping shall be duty-free. Xinhua said, citing Zhao Xiaojun, director of Jilin Provincial Tourism Administration, that in the long run, So...
Breaking News - OSCE urges improvement of checkpoints in eastern Ukraine - Xinhua Martin Sajdik said the situation in the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine "has been far from stable."Facebook / General Staff of Ukraine's Armd ForcesEnsuring security and improving the work of checkpoints in eastern Ukraine remains an urgent topic for the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) on Ukraine, the special representative of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) said Wednesday. Martin Sajdik, a member of the TCG, told reporters that "the improvement of checkpoints and the opening of new ones" remains a significant topic for the TCG in order to handle the difficulties encountered by civilians at the existing checkpoints, Xinhua reports. Read alsoRussian tanks entering Ukraine that ...
For the first time, China's state-run news agency has applied virtual reality technology to news service. Xinhua News Agency reported the Nanjing International Marathon held in east China's Nanjing city on Sunday, shooting the event with 360 degree panoramic camera and unmanned aerial vehicle. A VR news product will be launched soon on Xinhua's mobile app. Users who wear special glasses could interact in that Marathon by feeling sensory experience.
Launched at a gala event recently in Bangkok, the Xinhua on-line site is dedicated solely to Thailand and is to offer news, trade, travel, business and property information for Chinese people interested in Thailand, along with advertising and video clips in both English and Mandarin, reaching hundreds of millions of people every day.
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May 16, 2013: Ryan Pyle is interviewed about his 65 day - 18,000km - motorcycle journey around China known as Tough Rides: China (aka. The Middle Kingdom Ride). The interview was on Xinhua Television - China View. This video clip is the property of Xinhua Television and it has been used with their permission. Ryan Pyle: Check out my content: http://www.youtube.com/user/ryanjpyle Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ryanpyle Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ryanpyle LinkedIN: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ryanjpyle Weibo: http://www.weibo.com/ryanpyle CREDITS: Created By: Xinhua Television Featuring: Ryan Pyle Cast: Ryan Pyle Special Thanks to: Ryan Pyle Xinhua Television
State media said on Wednesday Amazon.com will set up shop in China's Shanghai free trade zone, aiming to take advantage of less stringent trade regulations to sell a wider range of products in the country. However, persistent expansion has come at a cost, leaving Amazon with a $126 million loss in the second quarter. Amazon's reported move to the free trade zone comes nearly a year after the zone was launched, attracting attention from overseas businesses and hailed as one of China's boldest reforms in decades. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/technologyNews/~3/KRUPmcIHUOU/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
Another knife attack in China... in the restive Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. China's Xinhua News Agency reports a mob of people in Shache County attacked civilians, vehicles and government offices with knives and axes on Monday. Cars were also set ablaze, as police shot dead dozens of people in that gang. The number of killed and injured... in what's being described as an "organized and premeditated" terror attack... is not yet known. A similar strike was observed in the county in December.