• Xinhua Special: The last 40 million people -- Eliminating poverty in China

    The last 40 million people! For China to eliminate poverty by 2020, every month one million people must be lifted out of poverty - that's 20 people a minute! This episode of Xinhua Special gives you a brief look at how that is even possible.

    published: 21 Aug 2017
  • Xinhua Editor-in-Chief explains China’s development plan to Mexican top legislator

    On Nov. 17 in Mexico City, visiting Editor-in-Chief of Xinhua News Agency He Ping briefed Jesus Zambrano, President of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies, on the goals of the China's 13th Five-Year Plan. The plan would seek to maintain economic growth, transform the country's growth model, promote innovation, accelerate agricultural modernization and reform institutional mechanisms, He Ping told Zambrano. Zambrano hailed China's policies in recent times, principally in the field of economics, which had led to rapid and sustained growth, as well as the objectives of the 13th Five-Year Plan. He Ping was in Mexico on the third leg of his regional tour of Latin America, right after Argentina and Venezuela.

    published: 18 Nov 2015
  • Petitioners Refute Xinhua's Claim of Declining Numbers

    Every year, tens of thousands of Chinese people travel from around the country to Beijing. But it's not for fun. They're there to air their grievances; hoping central authorities can help them. They are China's vast number of petitioners. They turn to petitioning offices around the country when local courts or officials either cannot or choose not to address their plights. Their complaints range from labor disputes to environmental damage to forced home evictions. When local offices fail, they turn to Beijing. On Thursday, Chinese state-run Xinhua News Agency said since 2005, petitioner numbers have fallen for seven years straight. It says this signals the petitioning system is improving, and the public's rights are being protected. But not everyone agrees, especially petitioners thems...

    published: 26 Oct 2012
  • Vision's Zhang Recommends Digital China, Shandong Xinhua: Video

    Feb. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Clive Zhang, a fund manager at Vision Finance Asset Management, talks with Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin about his investment strategy for China stocks. Zhang also discusses the outlook for the yuan and China's economy. (Source: Bloomberg)

    published: 23 Mar 2012
  • Alaska eyes broader economic ties with China

    Alaska, the largest U.S. state by total area, eyes broader economic ties with China. In an interview with Xinhua in Beijing, Alaska Governor Bill Walker says the market Alaska need most is China's 1.4 billion people.

    published: 27 Sep 2017
  • Water Builds Up In China Quake Zone, Brings New Danger: Xinhua

    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

    published: 05 Aug 2014
  • Immense destruction: Visiting ruined al-Nuri Mosque in Mosul, Iraq

    War on #ISIS: Iraqi troops expect the grinding battle for Mosul to end in the coming days. Xinhua correspondents visit the ruins of the al-Nuri mosque, revealing immense destruction at the iconic site and nearby neighborhoods.

    published: 01 Jul 2017
  • Nepal looks for more assistance from China

    More help is needed in Nepal. Nepalese Minister of Health and Population Khagraj Adhikari expressed hope that its northern neighbor China can provide more medical assistance to his quake-hit country. In an exclusive interview with Xinhua on Sunday, Adhikari said China can help in establishing rehab and follow-up centers in the worst-hit areas. Many patients are in need of orthopedic care and have suffered from head injuries.

    published: 11 May 2015
  • What's life like in Madaya, Syria after rebel evacuation

    Life is gradually resuming its course in towns west of Damascus, after rebel evacuation under a deal between the Syrian government and rebels. Xinhua visits the towns of Madaya and Zabadani to find out the difficulties locals went through under rebel control and their craving for lasting peace. #XinhuaLive #FacebookLive

    published: 30 Apr 2017
  • Death Toll From China Factory Explosion Rises To 71: Xinhua

    An explosion that ripped through a motor wheels factory in the eastern China province of Jiangsu killed 71 people and injured 186. Earlier it had said the blast killed 69 and injured roughly 200. The accident at the Zhongrong Metal Products plant, which makes aluminum wheels for automakers including General Motors, was China’s worst industrial accident in a year. The factory made wheels that are supplied to GM and many other carmakers. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/LG3mvnFELeg/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com

    published: 03 Aug 2014
  • Chinese fm offers continued aid to rohingya refugees in bangladesh

    Chinese fm offers continued aid to rohingya refugees in bangladesh Source. Xinhua Published: 2017/11/19 23:13:39 Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Saturday that Ch...

    published: 19 Nov 2017
  • Turkey's Erdogan slams US, Israel for intervention in internal affairs of Pakistan

    Turkey's Erdogan slams US, Israel for intervention in internal affairs of Pakistan ISTANBUL: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday blasted the United States and Israel for their meddling in the internal affairs of Pakistan and Iran. The same intervention was also seen in countries like Iraq, Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Sudan and Chad, Erdogan told the press in Istanbul before leaving for France for a visit. written By XINHUA Source : https://tribune.com.pk/story/1601497/3-turkeys-erdogan-slams-us-israel-intervention-internal-affairs-pakistan/ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Thanks You For Watching..... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Site : https://worldofweapon.wordpress....

    published: 08 Jan 2018
  • Typhoon to hit China's Hainan

    For more WORLD NEWS "SUBSCRIBE" US BEIJING: The first typhoon of the year to hit China is expected to make landfall on or near the southern island of Hainan today, which should help ease a severe drought on the tourist centre and rubber producer, state news agency Xinhua said. Typhoon Kujira will sweep over the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea before hitting land somewhere between Wanning on Hainan and Zhanjiang in the neighbouring province of Guangdong, bringing strong winds and heavy rainfall, Xinhua said late on Sunday. It is expected to weakened gradually after reaching land, the report added. But it should help ease Hainan's worst drought in more than half a century, Xinhua said, which has affected about one-third of the island, a place China likes to style its answer to Ha...

    published: 22 Jun 2015
  • CCTV-9: China: No appeal for foreign aid yet

    No foreign casualties reported so far WATCH VIDEO Source: CCTV.com | 05-14-2008 10:09 Special Report: Strong quake jolts SW China The Foreign Ministry says China welcomes the international community's goodwill and support. It also says it has no reports of any foreign casualties so far. Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said the central government is highly concerned about the safety of foreigners in China. He said it is currently difficult to obtain timely information since the quake has damaged parts of the traffic and communications systems. He said the Foreign Ministry will stay in touch with all the foreign embassies in China to share their information. Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said, "So far, the ministry has not received any reports about casualties of ...

    published: 14 May 2008
  • Ceremony held to mark official start of China-aided construction project in Kabul

    #Live: Ceremony held to mark official start of China-aided construction project in #Afghanistan. The vocational and technical institute in Kabul is supposed to be completed in about 21 months. Xinhua speaks to officials and managers to find out how China's #BeltandRoad initiative could have helped with the project. #FacebookLive #XinhuaLive

    published: 12 Apr 2017
  • China Confirms First Case Of Zika Virus : Xinhua

    China has confirmed its first case of the Zika virus in a man who had recently travelled to South America, the official Xinhua news agency reported. Subscribe to Times Of India's Youtube channel here: http://goo.gl/WgIatu Also Subscribe to Bombay Times Youtube Channel here: http://goo.gl/AdXcgU Social Media Links: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TimesofIndia Twitter : https://twitter.com/timesofindia Google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+timesindia/posts 'Download TOI app on Android & iPhone and WIN free recharge coupon worth Rs. 50/- from Paytm - http://goo.gl/AvRYmM Times Of India's Official YouTube channel is managed by Culture Machine Media Pvt Ltd.

    published: 10 Feb 2016
  • Why China will not pull out of Doklam: Chinese commentator gives three reasons

    The stand-off in the Doklam plateau between Indian and Chinese troops has got international commentators worried about the peace and stability in the region. While India has repeatedly hoped for a mutually-acceptable solution through diplomatic talks, China wants Indian troops to withdraw from the disputed territory for any kind of dialogue to proceed. The row began when Indian troops objected to Chinese constructing a motorable road in the Doklam region, an area that India considers Bhutanese territory. The region, that’s close to Sikkim in the northeast, is considered to be strategically significant for India. You Dongxiao, an associate professor with the International College of Defense at the National Defense University of the People’s Liberation Army, has written a column in Xinhua ex...

    published: 07 Aug 2017
  • AIDS expert says disease reaching "frightening" levels in China

    1. Wide of Dr. David Ho walking to podium at Tsinghua University for press conference on AIDS 2. Cameraman 3. SOUNDBITE (English) David Ho, discoverer of the AIDS "cocktail therapy" drug treatment: "There are about a (m) million individuals in China who are already infected. I think there are some concerns about what the epidemic will look like 10 years from now and the numbers might be frightening to some. It's obviously a health crisis and when it's a problem of that magnitude it has to be a great concern to the leadership and I think to the general public." 4. Various of reporters seated 6. Dr. Ho at podium STORYLINE: The number of AIDS patients in China is reaching "frightening" levels, a top expert on the disease said Friday, a day after Beijing said it would provide free ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Xinhua 08 Finance (China)

    Kanał Xinhua 08 Finance z satelity ChinaStar 9- 92.2*East. Odbiór możliwy tylko w Polsce wschodniej i środkowej, gdzie satelita znajduje się na linii horyzontu

    published: 06 Mar 2010
  • China Builds Anti-Drone Laser Tech

    China has developed an anti-drone laser technology that can apparently shoot down a low flying drone within a two kilometer radius. The official Xinhua news agency reports that the technology has been co-developed by the ChinaAcademy of Engineering Physics, with the claim being that small-scale drones can be shot down within five seconds of the system locking on. It said the reason for using laser as an anti-drone tech is to increase the accuracy with which drones can be blasted out of the sky— vs other less precision methods such as using a sniper or intercepting by helicopter. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Techcrunch/~3/z48mFOcXdXs/ http://www.wochit.com

    published: 03 Nov 2014
  • Australia Mulls More Aid For Syrian Refugees

    Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Monday that her country is looking into increasing aid to Syrian refugees in Jordan. Xinhua reported that Bishop made the remarks at a meeting with Jordanian Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour. Bishop said that Australia is aware of the challenges Jordan is facing due to hosting a large number of Syrian refugees and that it is looking into increasing aid to Syrian refugees in fields of education and health. According to official data, there are about 600,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan. Ensour, for his part, reiterated Jordan's call for a political solution to ending the crisis in Syria and for preserving the country's unity and stability. https://in.news.yahoo.com/australia-mulls-more-aid-syrian-refugees-202618821.html http://www.wochit.com

    published: 21 Apr 2014
  • I found two "arteries" in my neck: Space Journal Entry 4

    How's life different in space than on Earth? Xinhua's special journalist in space, Chen Dong, shares his discoveries while in orbit. #SpaceJournal

    published: 31 Oct 2016
  • Chinese navy medical ship in Mexico to offer aid and service

    Chinese navy medical ship in Mexico to offer aid and service Waving Chinese flag welcomed navy hospital ship Peace Ark to southern port city of Acapulco on Nov. 12, its maiden trip to Mexico on the fourth leg of its current global sailing called Harmonious Mission 2015. Lines of Chinese compatriots and Mexican counterparts, as well as local band performance, made the sailors aboard almost at home. (On-Site Sound: Band Playing) (Soundbite) Guan Bolin, Commander of Harmonious Mission 2015 "(With the Harmonious Mission) we consistently highlight the idea of humanity, fraternity and devotion, spread the Chinese ideal of peace loving and maintenance, as well as relay China's willingness to construct harmonious sea and world with other countries." On its seven-day mission in Mexico, Peace A...

    published: 15 Nov 2015
  • Inside the worst-hit area in Iraq after 7.3-magnitude quake

    A huge earthquake measuring 7.3 magnitude struck the border area between Iran and Iraq, leaving at least 454 people dead and over 7,800 others injured. Xinhua correspondents have gone to the worst hit area in Iraq and bring you the latest.

    published: 15 Nov 2017
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Xinhua Special: The last 40 million people -- Eliminating poverty in China

Xinhua Special: The last 40 million people -- Eliminating poverty in China

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The last 40 million people! For China to eliminate poverty by 2020, every month one million people must be lifted out of poverty - that's 20 people a minute! This episode of Xinhua Special gives you a brief look at how that is even possible.
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Xinhua Editor-in-Chief explains China’s development plan to Mexican top legislator

Xinhua Editor-in-Chief explains China’s development plan to Mexican top legislator

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On Nov. 17 in Mexico City, visiting Editor-in-Chief of Xinhua News Agency He Ping briefed Jesus Zambrano, President of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies, on the goals of the China's 13th Five-Year Plan. The plan would seek to maintain economic growth, transform the country's growth model, promote innovation, accelerate agricultural modernization and reform institutional mechanisms, He Ping told Zambrano. Zambrano hailed China's policies in recent times, principally in the field of economics, which had led to rapid and sustained growth, as well as the objectives of the 13th Five-Year Plan. He Ping was in Mexico on the third leg of his regional tour of Latin America, right after Argentina and Venezuela.
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Petitioners Refute Xinhua's Claim of Declining Numbers

Petitioners Refute Xinhua's Claim of Declining Numbers

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Every year, tens of thousands of Chinese people travel from around the country to Beijing. But it's not for fun. They're there to air their grievances; hoping central authorities can help them. They are China's vast number of petitioners. They turn to petitioning offices around the country when local courts or officials either cannot or choose not to address their plights. Their complaints range from labor disputes to environmental damage to forced home evictions. When local offices fail, they turn to Beijing. On Thursday, Chinese state-run Xinhua News Agency said since 2005, petitioner numbers have fallen for seven years straight. It says this signals the petitioning system is improving, and the public's rights are being protected. But not everyone agrees, especially petitioners themselves. [Yi Dengzhen, Petitioner from Hubei Province] "It's wrong, wrong. There are more and more petitioners. The old issues don't get resolved. New issues come up, and there are actually more petitioners now." Keeping the number of petitions down is a major focus for China's communist authorities. Chinese leaders see them as a source of instability, and local governments are either punished or rewarded depending on how they keep a lid on petitioners. Petitioners frequently report being illegally detained and abused by authorities. Local governments are known to set up checkpoints around Beijing, and intercept individuals from their jurisdiction before they make it to the capital. A petitioner from northern Heilongjiang province says the detentions spike during politically sensitive dates. [Ru Jicheng, Petitioner from Heilongjiang Province] "This year's 18th Party Congress is much stricter than during the Beijing Olympics. Local authorities try to hold on to their positions, and will do anything to arrest us. The police even told us if they do anything, the government will back them up." The Chinese regime is currently preparing for its 18th Party Congress, to be held on November 8th. Xinhua's report followed a call by China's Ministry of Justice to, quote "comprehensively investigate petitioning issues to welcome the 18th Party Congress". For more news and videos visit ☛ http://english.ntdtv.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C
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Vision's Zhang Recommends Digital China, Shandong Xinhua: Video

Vision's Zhang Recommends Digital China, Shandong Xinhua: Video

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Feb. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Clive Zhang, a fund manager at Vision Finance Asset Management, talks with Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin about his investment strategy for China stocks. Zhang also discusses the outlook for the yuan and China's economy. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Alaska eyes broader economic ties with China

Alaska eyes broader economic ties with China

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Alaska, the largest U.S. state by total area, eyes broader economic ties with China. In an interview with Xinhua in Beijing, Alaska Governor Bill Walker says the market Alaska need most is China's 1.4 billion people.
https://wn.com/Alaska_Eyes_Broader_Economic_Ties_With_China
Water Builds Up In China Quake Zone, Brings New Danger: Xinhua

Water Builds Up In China Quake Zone, Brings New Danger: Xinhua

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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
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Immense destruction: Visiting ruined al-Nuri Mosque in Mosul, Iraq

Immense destruction: Visiting ruined al-Nuri Mosque in Mosul, Iraq

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War on #ISIS: Iraqi troops expect the grinding battle for Mosul to end in the coming days. Xinhua correspondents visit the ruins of the al-Nuri mosque, revealing immense destruction at the iconic site and nearby neighborhoods.
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Nepal looks for more assistance from China

Nepal looks for more assistance from China

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More help is needed in Nepal. Nepalese Minister of Health and Population Khagraj Adhikari expressed hope that its northern neighbor China can provide more medical assistance to his quake-hit country. In an exclusive interview with Xinhua on Sunday, Adhikari said China can help in establishing rehab and follow-up centers in the worst-hit areas. Many patients are in need of orthopedic care and have suffered from head injuries.
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What's life like in Madaya, Syria after rebel evacuation

What's life like in Madaya, Syria after rebel evacuation

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Life is gradually resuming its course in towns west of Damascus, after rebel evacuation under a deal between the Syrian government and rebels. Xinhua visits the towns of Madaya and Zabadani to find out the difficulties locals went through under rebel control and their craving for lasting peace. #XinhuaLive #FacebookLive
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Death Toll From China Factory Explosion Rises To 71: Xinhua

Death Toll From China Factory Explosion Rises To 71: Xinhua

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An explosion that ripped through a motor wheels factory in the eastern China province of Jiangsu killed 71 people and injured 186. Earlier it had said the blast killed 69 and injured roughly 200. The accident at the Zhongrong Metal Products plant, which makes aluminum wheels for automakers including General Motors, was China’s worst industrial accident in a year. The factory made wheels that are supplied to GM and many other carmakers. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/LG3mvnFELeg/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
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Chinese fm offers continued aid to rohingya refugees in bangladesh

Chinese fm offers continued aid to rohingya refugees in bangladesh

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Chinese fm offers continued aid to rohingya refugees in bangladesh Source. Xinhua Published: 2017/11/19 23:13:39 Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Saturday that Ch...
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Turkey's Erdogan slams US, Israel for intervention in internal affairs of Pakistan

Turkey's Erdogan slams US, Israel for intervention in internal affairs of Pakistan

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Turkey's Erdogan slams US, Israel for intervention in internal affairs of Pakistan ISTANBUL: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday blasted the United States and Israel for their meddling in the internal affairs of Pakistan and Iran. The same intervention was also seen in countries like Iraq, Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Sudan and Chad, Erdogan told the press in Istanbul before leaving for France for a visit. written By XINHUA Source : https://tribune.com.pk/story/1601497/3-turkeys-erdogan-slams-us-israel-intervention-internal-affairs-pakistan/ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Thanks You For Watching..... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Site : https://worldofweapon.wordpress.com Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/worldofweapon16 Twitter : https://twitter.com/worldofweapon VK.com : https://vk.com/vk.worldofweapon Myspace : https://myspace.com/worldofweapon Tags:- defence news,news,world news,weapon,asia news,military news,military,event,military event,defense news,,defence update, defense update,military update pakistan, turkey, pakistan army, turkey pakistan, turkey and pakistan, pakistan turkey relations, turkey army, army, pakistan air force, pakistan navy, turkey navy, turkey military, pakistan military, pakistan day, news, china, military, russia, power, pak army, navy, iran turkey, military, turkish armed forces, turkey army, turkish air force, turkish military, turkish military power, turkish army, military base, russia vs turkey, nato military power, turkey somalia relations, turkey navy, turkey air force, turkey coup, turkish military base, africa, news, turkish land forces pakistan, us aid to pakistan, foreign aid to pakistan, us military aid to pakistan, aid to pakistan, donald trump, india pakistan, trump on pakistan, pakistan aid, donald trump pakistan, news, pakistan on india, aid, trump, united states, trump pakistan, donald trump on pakistan, pakistan vs india, trump pakistan tweet, us pakistan relations, pakistan against india, us pakistan, breaking news, latest news, pakistani media on india, india, modi, us president
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Typhoon to hit China's Hainan

Typhoon to hit China's Hainan

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For more WORLD NEWS "SUBSCRIBE" US BEIJING: The first typhoon of the year to hit China is expected to make landfall on or near the southern island of Hainan today, which should help ease a severe drought on the tourist centre and rubber producer, state news agency Xinhua said. Typhoon Kujira will sweep over the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea before hitting land somewhere between Wanning on Hainan and Zhanjiang in the neighbouring province of Guangdong, bringing strong winds and heavy rainfall, Xinhua said late on Sunday. It is expected to weakened gradually after reaching land, the report added. But it should help ease Hainan's worst drought in more than half a century, Xinhua said, which has affected about one-third of the island, a place China likes to style its answer to Hawaii or Phuket.
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CCTV-9: China: No appeal for foreign aid yet

CCTV-9: China: No appeal for foreign aid yet

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No foreign casualties reported so far WATCH VIDEO Source: CCTV.com | 05-14-2008 10:09 Special Report: Strong quake jolts SW China The Foreign Ministry says China welcomes the international community's goodwill and support. It also says it has no reports of any foreign casualties so far. Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said the central government is highly concerned about the safety of foreigners in China. He said it is currently difficult to obtain timely information since the quake has damaged parts of the traffic and communications systems. He said the Foreign Ministry will stay in touch with all the foreign embassies in China to share their information. Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said, "So far, the ministry has not received any reports about casualties of foreigners in the earthquake-affected areas." Meanwhile, Vice Foreign Minister Wang Yi said China has not officially issued an appeal for aid from the international community. He said such a call will depend on how the situation develops. Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Wang Yi said, "China appreciates the goodwill offered by the international community. However, the government can not yet get complete information about the quake-hit areas. China will be in contact with those countries and organizations if necessary." The Foreign Ministry also expressed its condolences to Myanmar in the wake of Cyclone Nargis. China will continue to send aid and supplies to the country. 3 more foreign tourists can´t be located in Sichuan Source: Xinhua | 05-13-2008 19:02 Special Report: Strong quake jolts SW China SHENZHEN, May 13 (Xinhua) -- Two Chinese-Americans and one Thai tourist in Sichuan Province haven't been located following Monday's earthquake, the tourism bureau of southern Shenzhen City said on Tuesday. Earlier, 15 British tourists were reported as out of reach. 15 British tourists out of reach in Sichuan Source: Xinhua | 05-13-2008 11:49 Special Report: Strong quake jolts SW China CHENGDU, May 13 (Xinhua) -- A group of "about" 15 British tourists were out of reach on Tuesday morning in Wenchuan, the epicenter of a strong earthquake that struck southwest China Monday, said the Sichuan provincial emergency management office. A spokesman with the office said more than 2,000 tourists including the British were stranded in the Tibetan-Qiang Autonomous Prefecture of Aba as of 8:20 a.m. Tuesday. He said the British tourists were likely in Wolong, which is known for China Wolong Giant Panda Protection and Research Center. The spokesman also said a tourist coach was buried by a landslide in Maoxian County, Aba Prefecture, leaving 37 people dead. Earlier, a spokesman of the Sichuan Provincial Foreign Affairs Office told Xinhua at 7:15 a.m. Tuesday that they had not received such report from various parts of the province, including the tourist attractions of Jiuzhaigou and Huanglong. However, China Wolong Giant Panda Protection and Research Center, which is in the worst quake-hit area and home to some 130 pandas, was out of contact as all telecommunications services were cut. The casualties and damages there were unknown yet, the spokesman added. The death toll from Monday's strong earthquake has climbed to 9,219, according to the latest figure given by the Ministry of Civil Affairs. No report of deaths of foreigners in quake Source: Xinhua | 05-13-2008 10:02 Special Report: Strong quake jolts SW China CHENGDU -- There was no report that foreigners were killed or injured in southwest China's Sichuan earthquake, a Sichuan government official said on Tuesday morning. A spokesman of the Sichuan Provincial Foreign Affairs Office told Xinhua at 7:15 am that they had not received such report from various parts of the province, including the tourist attractions of Jiuzhaigou and Huanglong. However, China Wolong Giant Panda Protection and Research Center, which is in the worst quake-hit area and home to some 130 pandas, was out of contact as all telecommunications services were cut. The casualties and damages there were unknown yet, the spokesman added. The death toll from Monday's strong earthquake has climbed to 9,219, according to the latest figure given by the Ministry of Civil Affairs.
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Ceremony held to mark official start of China-aided construction project in Kabul

Ceremony held to mark official start of China-aided construction project in Kabul

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#Live: Ceremony held to mark official start of China-aided construction project in #Afghanistan. The vocational and technical institute in Kabul is supposed to be completed in about 21 months. Xinhua speaks to officials and managers to find out how China's #BeltandRoad initiative could have helped with the project. #FacebookLive #XinhuaLive
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China Confirms First Case Of Zika Virus : Xinhua

China Confirms First Case Of Zika Virus : Xinhua

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China has confirmed its first case of the Zika virus in a man who had recently travelled to South America, the official Xinhua news agency reported. Subscribe to Times Of India's Youtube channel here: http://goo.gl/WgIatu Also Subscribe to Bombay Times Youtube Channel here: http://goo.gl/AdXcgU Social Media Links: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TimesofIndia Twitter : https://twitter.com/timesofindia Google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+timesindia/posts 'Download TOI app on Android & iPhone and WIN free recharge coupon worth Rs. 50/- from Paytm - http://goo.gl/AvRYmM Times Of India's Official YouTube channel is managed by Culture Machine Media Pvt Ltd.
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Why China will not pull out of Doklam: Chinese commentator gives three reasons

Why China will not pull out of Doklam: Chinese commentator gives three reasons

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The stand-off in the Doklam plateau between Indian and Chinese troops has got international commentators worried about the peace and stability in the region. While India has repeatedly hoped for a mutually-acceptable solution through diplomatic talks, China wants Indian troops to withdraw from the disputed territory for any kind of dialogue to proceed. The row began when Indian troops objected to Chinese constructing a motorable road in the Doklam region, an area that India considers Bhutanese territory. The region, that’s close to Sikkim in the northeast, is considered to be strategically significant for India. You Dongxiao, an associate professor with the International College of Defense at the National Defense University of the People’s Liberation Army, has written a column in Xinhua explaining why he thinks the Chinese are not likely to back down from the stand-off. He states three reasons for the same. First, he believes Doklam falls under China and that this is the first intrusion into the Chinese side of the boundary. He cites the 1890 Convention between Great Britain and China relating to Sikkim and Tibet to justify that the region has been ‘clearly delineated’ according to the agreement. “If China backs down now, India may be emboldened to make more trouble in the future,” Dongxiao writes in Xinhua.
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AIDS expert says disease reaching "frightening" levels in China

AIDS expert says disease reaching "frightening" levels in China

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1. Wide of Dr. David Ho walking to podium at Tsinghua University for press conference on AIDS 2. Cameraman 3. SOUNDBITE (English) David Ho, discoverer of the AIDS "cocktail therapy" drug treatment: "There are about a (m) million individuals in China who are already infected. I think there are some concerns about what the epidemic will look like 10 years from now and the numbers might be frightening to some. It's obviously a health crisis and when it's a problem of that magnitude it has to be a great concern to the leadership and I think to the general public." 4. Various of reporters seated 6. Dr. Ho at podium STORYLINE: The number of AIDS patients in China is reaching "frightening" levels, a top expert on the disease said Friday, a day after Beijing said it would provide free treatment to thousands of sufferers in dire financial straits. "There are about a million individuals in China who are already infected," said Dr. David Ho, executive director of the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center in New York. "There are some concerns about what the epidemic will look like 10 years from now, and the numbers might be frightening to some." Ho was in Beijing to promote an AIDS summit Monday that will include a speech by former U.S. President Bill Clinton, and discussions on some topics that are traditionally taboo in China, such as care programs among gays and media coverage of AIDS. It will also feature the personal account of a doctor from central China's Henan province, where an unsanitary blood-selling industry sped AIDS transmission. The problem of HIV and AIDS "is obviously a health crisis," Ho said. "When it's a problem of that magnitude it has to be a great concern to the leadership and, I think, to the general public." Ho was one of the researchers who pioneered using a drug "cocktail" to treat AIDS, which changed the disease from a quick death sentence to a sometimes manageable chronic illness. He was named Time magazine's Man of the Year in 1996 for his work. China has been slow to disclose the extent of the disease. Authorities have detained two activists who distributed a government report linking AIDS to blood-selling in Henan. But Beijing has more recently shown greater willingness to confront AIDS. Executive Vice Health Minister Gao Qiang said Thursday that 5,000 HIV and AIDS patients with "financial difficulties" will receive free treatment through next year. According to the government's Xinhua News Agency, Gao said China's central and local governments have committed 6.8 billion yuan (US$820 million) to set up anti-AIDS units, plus more than 200 million yuan (US$24 million) a year for prevention and treatment, Xinhua reported. Gao added that China's fight against AIDS still falls short. "China is still faced with arduous tasks," he was quoted as saying. New HIV infections in China have been growing annually by about 30 percent. Chinese officials and the United Nations warn that 10 million people could be infected by 2020 without more effective prevention. HIV in China is mostly confined to intravenous drug users and people infected by the buying of tainted blood. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/17a7c49a1d940d674a698da9e2a47b75 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Xinhua 08 Finance (China)

Xinhua 08 Finance (China)

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Kanał Xinhua 08 Finance z satelity ChinaStar 9- 92.2*East. Odbiór możliwy tylko w Polsce wschodniej i środkowej, gdzie satelita znajduje się na linii horyzontu
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China Builds Anti-Drone Laser Tech

China Builds Anti-Drone Laser Tech

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China has developed an anti-drone laser technology that can apparently shoot down a low flying drone within a two kilometer radius. The official Xinhua news agency reports that the technology has been co-developed by the ChinaAcademy of Engineering Physics, with the claim being that small-scale drones can be shot down within five seconds of the system locking on. It said the reason for using laser as an anti-drone tech is to increase the accuracy with which drones can be blasted out of the sky— vs other less precision methods such as using a sniper or intercepting by helicopter. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Techcrunch/~3/z48mFOcXdXs/ http://www.wochit.com
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Australia Mulls More Aid For Syrian Refugees

Australia Mulls More Aid For Syrian Refugees

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Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Monday that her country is looking into increasing aid to Syrian refugees in Jordan. Xinhua reported that Bishop made the remarks at a meeting with Jordanian Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour. Bishop said that Australia is aware of the challenges Jordan is facing due to hosting a large number of Syrian refugees and that it is looking into increasing aid to Syrian refugees in fields of education and health. According to official data, there are about 600,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan. Ensour, for his part, reiterated Jordan's call for a political solution to ending the crisis in Syria and for preserving the country's unity and stability. https://in.news.yahoo.com/australia-mulls-more-aid-syrian-refugees-202618821.html http://www.wochit.com
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I found two "arteries" in my neck: Space Journal Entry 4

I found two "arteries" in my neck: Space Journal Entry 4

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How's life different in space than on Earth? Xinhua's special journalist in space, Chen Dong, shares his discoveries while in orbit. #SpaceJournal
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Chinese navy medical ship in Mexico to offer aid and service

Chinese navy medical ship in Mexico to offer aid and service

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Chinese navy medical ship in Mexico to offer aid and service Waving Chinese flag welcomed navy hospital ship Peace Ark to southern port city of Acapulco on Nov. 12, its maiden trip to Mexico on the fourth leg of its current global sailing called Harmonious Mission 2015. Lines of Chinese compatriots and Mexican counterparts, as well as local band performance, made the sailors aboard almost at home. (On-Site Sound: Band Playing) (Soundbite) Guan Bolin, Commander of Harmonious Mission 2015 "(With the Harmonious Mission) we consistently highlight the idea of humanity, fraternity and devotion, spread the Chinese ideal of peace loving and maintenance, as well as relay China's willingness to construct harmonious sea and world with other countries." On its seven-day mission in Mexico, Peace Ark will serve as a platform to offer medical assistance and humanitarian services to local communities and orphanages. (Soundbite) Mexican Navy Representative Sarmiento "The giant vessel is well equipped. I believe it will bring health and welfare to the people of Mexico and other countries." Peace Ark has visited 25 countries so far providing medical aid to some 90,000 people worldwide.
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Inside the worst-hit area in Iraq after 7.3-magnitude quake

Inside the worst-hit area in Iraq after 7.3-magnitude quake

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A huge earthquake measuring 7.3 magnitude struck the border area between Iran and Iraq, leaving at least 454 people dead and over 7,800 others injured. Xinhua correspondents have gone to the worst hit area in Iraq and bring you the latest.
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