• The Beijing Government Does Not Like This Man | China Uncensored

    Huang Kuo-chang, Chairman of Taiwan's New Power Party, tells Chris Chappell how he got banned from Hong Kong, and why his party is supporting democracy in mainland China. Note: This interview was edited down from a 19-minute interview to keep it clear and engaging. We made our best effort to keep all the quotes in the correct context. Join the China Uncensored 50-Cent Army: https://www.patreon.com/ChinaUncensored Make sure to share this video with your friends! ______________________________ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChinaUncensored Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChinaUncensored Instagram: http://instagram.com/ChinaUncensored ______________________________ MORE INTERVIEWS Jamie Metzl: Will China Genetically Engineer Super Babies? https://youtu.be/-7fEqHdENpI Anastasia Lin: Ca...

    published: 27 Nov 2016
  • CHINA: BEIJING: GOVERNMENT WILL NOT TOLERATE ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION

    Mandarin/Nat The Chinese government announced Wednesday that it would not tolerate Illegal immigration from China to Hong Kong prior to the July 1 handover. In a briefing on the pre-handover situation, spokesman Tang Guoqiang reiterated Chief Executive-designate Tung Chee-hwa's statement Tuesday, that there will be no let-up in the pursuit of illegal immigrants before the handover. With the number of Chinese illegal child immigrants to Hong Kong so far this year already twice last year's figure, China and Hong Kong are working to tighten what was previous a porous border. Although rumours had suggested there would be an amnesty for illegal immigrants prior to July 1, China has made it clear that it wants those immigrants to return to the mainland. SOUNDBITE: (Mandari...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • China's super smog: Gov't official calls Beijing pollution "unbearable"

    Beijing is suffering through a week of dangerous air pollution levels. One man is taking the Chinese government to court because of all the smog. Seth Doane reports on the nation's pollution problems.

    published: 26 Feb 2014
  • Beijing - China

    Beijing is a metropolis in northern China and the capital of the People's Republic of China. Governed as a municipality under direct administration of the central government, Beijing borders Hebei Province to the north, west, south, and for a small section in the east, and Tianjin Municipality to the southeast. Beijing is one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. Beijing is divided into 16 urban and suburban districts and two rural counties. Beijing is a major transportation hub, with dozens of railways, roads and motorways passing through the city. It is also the destination of many international flights arriving in China. Beijing is recognized as the political, educational, and cultural center of the People's Republic of China, while Shanghai and Hong Kong predominate in eco...

    published: 05 May 2010
  • 28619 rizne Miete New China Construction on schedule for Beijing city government's new site

    published: 14 Jan 2017
  • Chinese 'super-city' of 130 million people to be built around Beijing - TomoNews

    BEIJING — The Chinese government is embarking on an ambitious project to merge several megacities with the capital Beijing and create a super metropolis capable of housing as many as 130 million people, the New York Times reported. The megalopolis, called Jing-Jin-Ji, would link Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei province, will be spread over 82,000 square miles, about six times the size of New York City, but with a population of as much as one third of the United States. The plan aims to revamp northern China's economy, by moving parts of Beijing's bureaucracy, factories and hospitals to the hinterland, while offering new services that are lacking in areas around Beijing such as bus terminals, schools, cinemas and parks. A subway and better light rail system are also under construction and wi...

    published: 22 Jul 2015
  • Money Talks: Is the world largest airport in Beijing?

    Turkey is set to open the world's biggest airport in Istanbul by 2018. But China has its eyes on claiming that title a year later with a 13 billion dollar-project in Beijing. The Chinese government started construction in 2014 and says the first phase will soon be complete. Let's take a closer look. TRT World’s business programme looks at the financial news that affects ordinary people. Matthew Moore presents ‘Money Talks’ from TRT World’s studios in Istanbul. From Wall Street to Main Street ‘Money Talks’ helps the 99% navigate their changing financial world. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter...

    published: 12 Oct 2016
  • Modern Beijing | National Capital, China | National Capital, People’s Republic of China

    Exclusive Video: "Beijing City View", Hebei Province, People's Republic of China, Asia, Earth. Founded: c. 723 b.c.; First Known as Beijing: 1421 Location: North China Plain Time Zone: 8 pm Chinese time=noon Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) Ethnic Composition: Han, 96.2% Elevation: 30–40 m (100–130 ft) Latitude and Longitude: 39°55'N, 166°25'E Coastline: None Climate : Continental monsoon climate in a temperate zone, with long winters and hot, rainy summers Annual Mean Temperature: 12°C (53°F); January–4°C (24°F); July 26°C (79°F) Average Annual Precipitation: 635 mm (25 in) Government: Centrally administered by the national government Weights and Measures: Metric system, with some use of traditional Chinese units Monetary Units: Yuan (also called kuai); Monetary system called Renminbi ("people'...

    published: 10 Aug 2015
  • Inside Story - China's pollution dilemma

    Smog levels in Beijing this year were almost seven times the maximum exposure recommended by the World Health Organization. That makes the smog a matter of life and death. In the first quarter of this year more than 90 percent of Chinese cities failed to meet the government's own air-quality standards. Air pollution contributes to 17 percent of all deaths in China. As many as 1.6 million people died this year as a result of air pollution, the Berkeley Research Group estimates. That's about 4,400 people dying every day. But what is the government doing to tackle the issue? And why has it failed to strike a balance between economic growth and public health? Presenter: Kamahl Santamaria Guests: Einar Tangen - Political and economic affairs analyst advising the Chinese government. Stev...

    published: 24 Dec 2015
  • Beijing Government Warns About Fireworks On Lunar New Year

    Beijing government warns about the use of fireworks on Lunar New Year

    published: 27 Jan 2017
  • Cab Drivers In Beijing Attempt Mass Suicide To Protest The Government

    Drivers drank pesticides as a way of protesting the government's takeover of the taxi industry. Thankfully, no one died. --- NowThisNews is the first and only video news network built for people who love their phones and love social media. Follow NowThis anywhere and everywhere: NowThisNews.com Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NowThisNews Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/NowThisNews Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/NowThisNews Follow us on Vine: @NowThisNews Follow us on Snapchat: nowthisnews Follow us on Google+: http://full.sc/1ewDYfB http://www.youtube.com/nowthismedia

    published: 06 Apr 2015
  • Gulou Town, Beijing To Be Taken By Government

    Golou is an ancient town in Beijing, China which has recently been chosen for demolition and modernization...

    published: 12 Mar 2013
  • Korean embassy in Beijing to issue visas directly to Chinese travelers amid China's banning

    주중공관들, 中의 '韓관광 중단'에 "직접 비자신청 받겠다" 맞불 Amid China's continued retaliation against Korea's THAAD defense upgrade decision, Seoul is seeking countermeasures to cope with the situation. Such as allowing Chinese travelers to apply their visas directly to Korean government institutions,... despite their country's ban on travel agencies selling travel packages to Korea. Lee Ji-won has our top story. Chinese nationals will now be able to apply for visas directly at South Korean embassies and consulates... as a remedy to China's ban on selling package tours to South Korea. Previously Chinese travelers had to go through designated travel agencies. On Sunday, sources in China said the Korean embassy in Beijing as well as all other Korean diplomatic missions and even non-consular government institutio...

    published: 05 Mar 2017
  • Response to Beijing

    [Anchor Lead] Meanwhile, back in Seoul, the South Korean government is raising its response level toward the Chinese government. Let’s find out more. [Pkg] China's Ambassador to South Korea Qiu Guohong left the Foreign Ministry building on Thursday after holding closed-door talks with Deputy Minister for Political Affairs Kim Hyoung-zhin for a little over an hour. The Foreign Ministry said that the talks were scheduled in advance to discuss bilateral issues, but observers both inside and outside the ministry assessed that the meeting was held as a protest measure. In the meeting, the Korean government expressed concerns over a series of retaliatory steps China has taken recently in response to the planned THAAD deployment. Korea conveyed to China that the THAAD installment is a sovereig...

    published: 06 Jan 2017
  • Old Chinese UFO Sighting in Beijing from the Government (rare material)

    its an old recording so mind your comments about the quality look up to the skies people not on your smartphones

    published: 28 Dec 2016
  • CHINA: BEIJING: GOVERNMENT DEFENDS HUMAN RIGHTS RECORD

    Mandarin/Nat China has again condemned international pressure regarding its human rights record. Beijing threatened that international relations would be affected if a U-N resolution concerning China's human rights abuses is passed. However, China did announce that it will sign a U-N treaty regarding human rights -- a move long demanded by the West. In a bid to head off international condemnation of its human rights record, China announced on Tuesday that it will sign a U-N treaty regarding human rights. That's a move long demanded by the West. China has finally decided to join the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights by the end of 1997. The move coincides with the meeting of the 53 nation U-N Human Rights Commission now in session. The Commission will ...

    published: 30 Jul 2015
The Beijing Government Does Not Like This Man | China Uncensored

The Beijing Government Does Not Like This Man | China Uncensored

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Huang Kuo-chang, Chairman of Taiwan's New Power Party, tells Chris Chappell how he got banned from Hong Kong, and why his party is supporting democracy in mainland China. Note: This interview was edited down from a 19-minute interview to keep it clear and engaging. We made our best effort to keep all the quotes in the correct context. Join the China Uncensored 50-Cent Army: https://www.patreon.com/ChinaUncensored Make sure to share this video with your friends! ______________________________ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChinaUncensored Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChinaUncensored Instagram: http://instagram.com/ChinaUncensored ______________________________ MORE INTERVIEWS Jamie Metzl: Will China Genetically Engineer Super Babies? https://youtu.be/-7fEqHdENpI Anastasia Lin: Canada's Most Dangerous Beauty Queen https://youtu.be/lI5GwHcGtrc Joshua Philipp: How China Steals US Technology for Profit https://youtu.be/eNobp7OnlJw
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CHINA: BEIJING: GOVERNMENT WILL NOT TOLERATE ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION

CHINA: BEIJING: GOVERNMENT WILL NOT TOLERATE ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION

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Mandarin/Nat The Chinese government announced Wednesday that it would not tolerate Illegal immigration from China to Hong Kong prior to the July 1 handover. In a briefing on the pre-handover situation, spokesman Tang Guoqiang reiterated Chief Executive-designate Tung Chee-hwa's statement Tuesday, that there will be no let-up in the pursuit of illegal immigrants before the handover. With the number of Chinese illegal child immigrants to Hong Kong so far this year already twice last year's figure, China and Hong Kong are working to tighten what was previous a porous border. Although rumours had suggested there would be an amnesty for illegal immigrants prior to July 1, China has made it clear that it wants those immigrants to return to the mainland. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "In accordance with the Chinese laws on exit and entry and the relevant agreements reached between China and the Hong Kong British government, no matter if it is an adult or a child and no matter if it is before or after July 1, those who smuggled themselves into Hong Kong will be sent back." SUPERCAPTION: Tang Guoqiang, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Tang also stated his expectation of cooperation from Hong Kong authorities. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "If the Hong Kong immigration authorities find anyone holding counterfeit identification, they are supposed to detain the holder and inform us so that we can co-operate in fighting against this behaviour." SUPER CAPTION: Tang Guoqiang, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman He said China should have no difficulty in stopping illegal immigration. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "Either before or after the 1997 handover, the public security authorities have full confidence in maintaining a normal exit and entry procedure." SUPER CAPTION: Tang Guoqiang, Chinese Foreign Ministry Of special concern to Hong Kong and Chinese authorities are children and pregnant women crossing the border in anticipation of the rumoured amnesty, as well as children born of cross-border relationships. These children are entitled to Hong Kong right of abode but must wait, often years, to be united with their Hong Kong parent. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c90158785c14fafc8b0eac1facca479a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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China's super smog: Gov't official calls Beijing pollution "unbearable"

China's super smog: Gov't official calls Beijing pollution "unbearable"

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Beijing is suffering through a week of dangerous air pollution levels. One man is taking the Chinese government to court because of all the smog. Seth Doane reports on the nation's pollution problems.
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Beijing - China

Beijing - China

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Beijing is a metropolis in northern China and the capital of the People's Republic of China. Governed as a municipality under direct administration of the central government, Beijing borders Hebei Province to the north, west, south, and for a small section in the east, and Tianjin Municipality to the southeast. Beijing is one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. Beijing is divided into 16 urban and suburban districts and two rural counties. Beijing is a major transportation hub, with dozens of railways, roads and motorways passing through the city. It is also the destination of many international flights arriving in China. Beijing is recognized as the political, educational, and cultural center of the People's Republic of China, while Shanghai and Hong Kong predominate in economic fields.The city hosted the 2008 Olympic Games. Few cities in the world besides Beijing have served as the political and cultural centre of an area as immense as China for so long. The Encyclopædia Britannica describes it as "one of the world's great cities," and declares that the city has been an integral part of Chinas history for centuries; there is scarcely a major building of any age in Beijing that doesn't have at least some national historical significance. Beijing is renowned for its opulent palaces, temples, and huge stone walls and gates. Its art treasures and universities have long made the city a centre of culture and art in China. ( source Wikipedia )
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28619 rizne Miete New China Construction on schedule for Beijing city government's new site

28619 rizne Miete New China Construction on schedule for Beijing city government's new site

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Chinese 'super-city' of 130 million people to be built around Beijing - TomoNews

Chinese 'super-city' of 130 million people to be built around Beijing - TomoNews

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BEIJING — The Chinese government is embarking on an ambitious project to merge several megacities with the capital Beijing and create a super metropolis capable of housing as many as 130 million people, the New York Times reported. The megalopolis, called Jing-Jin-Ji, would link Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei province, will be spread over 82,000 square miles, about six times the size of New York City, but with a population of as much as one third of the United States. The plan aims to revamp northern China's economy, by moving parts of Beijing's bureaucracy, factories and hospitals to the hinterland, while offering new services that are lacking in areas around Beijing such as bus terminals, schools, cinemas and parks. A subway and better light rail system are also under construction and will open in the next three to five years. A new bridge over the Chaobai River will connect to Beijing. With this new super city, the Chinese government aims to assign new economic rules to the cities: Beijing will focus on culture and technology, Tianjin will become a research base for manufacturing and Hebei will more likely focus on minor industries, such as textiles. The entire project, which has the support of President Xi Jinping, is likely to see a deep reconsideration of how taxes are collected and distributed within the territory, which would mean instituting property taxes and allowing local governments to keep them. "This is a huge project and is more complicated than roads and rail," Wang Hu, a historian of Beijing's development was quoted by the New York Times as saying. "But if it can succeed, it will change the face of northern China." ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus
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Money Talks: Is the world largest airport in Beijing?

Money Talks: Is the world largest airport in Beijing?

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Turkey is set to open the world's biggest airport in Istanbul by 2018. But China has its eyes on claiming that title a year later with a 13 billion dollar-project in Beijing. The Chinese government started construction in 2014 and says the first phase will soon be complete. Let's take a closer look. TRT World’s business programme looks at the financial news that affects ordinary people. Matthew Moore presents ‘Money Talks’ from TRT World’s studios in Istanbul. From Wall Street to Main Street ‘Money Talks’ helps the 99% navigate their changing financial world. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/
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Modern Beijing | National Capital, China | National Capital, People’s Republic of China

Modern Beijing | National Capital, China | National Capital, People’s Republic of China

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Exclusive Video: "Beijing City View", Hebei Province, People's Republic of China, Asia, Earth. Founded: c. 723 b.c.; First Known as Beijing: 1421 Location: North China Plain Time Zone: 8 pm Chinese time=noon Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) Ethnic Composition: Han, 96.2% Elevation: 30–40 m (100–130 ft) Latitude and Longitude: 39°55'N, 166°25'E Coastline: None Climate : Continental monsoon climate in a temperate zone, with long winters and hot, rainy summers Annual Mean Temperature: 12°C (53°F); January–4°C (24°F); July 26°C (79°F) Average Annual Precipitation: 635 mm (25 in) Government: Centrally administered by the national government Weights and Measures: Metric system, with some use of traditional Chinese units Monetary Units: Yuan (also called kuai); Monetary system called Renminbi ("people's currency") (abbreviation: Rmb) Telephone Area Codes: 10 (Beijing area code); 86 (China country code) 1. Introduction Located on the North China Plain in the north-central part of the country, Beijing (also known as Peking) is the capital of the People's Republic of China and its second-largest city. As the political and cultural center of one of the world's largest and oldest countries almost continuously for nearly 800 years, Beijing has had a colorful and fascinating history, from its days as the aristocratic imperial "center of the world" to revolution, foreign occupation, and civil war in the twentieth century. During the last two decades of the twentieth century, Beijing was transformed yet again, as the economic liberalization and modernization of the post-Mao Zedong era turned the formerly austere Communist capital into a bustling commercial metropolis and tourist center and home to a thriving consumer economy. (Mao Zedong, 1893–1976, was the founder of the People's Republic of China and ruled from 1949 to 1959, but he remained chairman of the politburo until his death.) 2. Getting There: Beijing is situated in the southern part of the North China Plain, with the Taihang and Yanshan mountains to the north and west and a flat plain to the southeast, leading to the Bohai Sea, where the five rivers that run through the city come together and empty out. About two-thirds of the city's total land area is hilly. Highways: Highways radiate outward in all directions from Beijing: northeast to Chengdo; eastward to Tangshan; southeast to Tanggu and Tianjin; southward to Hengshui, Baoding, and Shijiazhuang; southwest to Laiyuan; and northwest to Zhangliahou. Bus and Railroad Service: Trains are the most commonly used mode of passenger transportation in China, and Beijing is the nation's rail hub, serving as the terminus for many rail lines. Service is provided between Beijing and all Chinese provinces except Tibet. Beijing has four main train stations, of which the largest is the recently built West station in the southwest part of the city. Nearly every city in China, as well as many towns, can be reached from Beijing by train. Long-distance bus service is used primarily to travel between Beijing and its suburbs, or to nearby cities. However, some bus lines travel as far as Shanghai or Qungdao. Airports: Beijing Capital Airport, located about 30 kilometers (19 miles) northwest of the central city, is China's major international airport. Its domestic and international terminals are located in the same building, with a new international terminal under construction. Scheduled flights connect Beijing with Shanghai, Canton, and all other major Chinese cities and tourist sites. There are direct flights to many international capitals, including New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Rome, Tokyo, and Berlin. Nanyuan Airport, south of Beijing, is used for domestic flights. Beijing Population Profile City Proper Population: 6–8 million Area: 750 sq km (290 sq mi) Nicknames: The Celestial City, The Northern Capital, The Center of the World Metropolitan Area Population: 12,033,000 Description: Beijing Administrative Zone, which includes the city and its outskirt Area: 16,800 sq km (6,486 sq mi) World population rank 1: 12 Percentage of national population 2: 0.9% Average yearly growth rate: 1.3% Ethnic composition: 96.2% Han; 3.8% Manchu, Mongolian, Hui, and 52 other groups ——— Recomended Websites: http://www.china.org.cn/ http://www.china.org.cn/AcrossCountry/Beijing_w/beijing/indexe.htm Beijing Travel: http://www.chinatravel.com/beijing-travel/ Beijing Travel Guide: http://www.chinahighlights.com/beijing/ Voyage Pékin: http://www.voyageschine.com/pékin-voyage/ (Licence de Tourisme: L-GX-GJ00003) Government Offices Tourist and Convention Bureaus China International Travel Service (CITS) 103 Fu Xing Men Nei Dajie Beijing 100800 China Travel Service (CTS) Beijing Tourist Building 28 Jianguomenwai Dajie, 100022 State Bureau of Tourism Jie 3 Jian Guo Men Nei Dajie Beijing 100740 ***[Video Credit: China Central Television]
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Inside Story - China's pollution dilemma

Inside Story - China's pollution dilemma

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Smog levels in Beijing this year were almost seven times the maximum exposure recommended by the World Health Organization. That makes the smog a matter of life and death. In the first quarter of this year more than 90 percent of Chinese cities failed to meet the government's own air-quality standards. Air pollution contributes to 17 percent of all deaths in China. As many as 1.6 million people died this year as a result of air pollution, the Berkeley Research Group estimates. That's about 4,400 people dying every day. But what is the government doing to tackle the issue? And why has it failed to strike a balance between economic growth and public health? Presenter: Kamahl Santamaria Guests: Einar Tangen - Political and economic affairs analyst advising the Chinese government. Steve Tsang - Senior fellow at the China Policy Institute at the University of Nottingham in the UK. Tamara Savelyeva - Professor at the Hong Kong Institute of Education. - Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check out our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Beijing Government Warns About Fireworks On Lunar New Year

Beijing Government Warns About Fireworks On Lunar New Year

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Beijing government warns about the use of fireworks on Lunar New Year
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Cab Drivers In Beijing Attempt Mass Suicide To Protest The Government

Cab Drivers In Beijing Attempt Mass Suicide To Protest The Government

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Drivers drank pesticides as a way of protesting the government's takeover of the taxi industry. Thankfully, no one died. --- NowThisNews is the first and only video news network built for people who love their phones and love social media. Follow NowThis anywhere and everywhere: NowThisNews.com Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NowThisNews Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/NowThisNews Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/NowThisNews Follow us on Vine: @NowThisNews Follow us on Snapchat: nowthisnews Follow us on Google+: http://full.sc/1ewDYfB http://www.youtube.com/nowthismedia
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Gulou Town, Beijing To Be Taken By Government

Gulou Town, Beijing To Be Taken By Government

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Golou is an ancient town in Beijing, China which has recently been chosen for demolition and modernization...
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Korean embassy in Beijing to issue visas directly to Chinese travelers amid China's banning

Korean embassy in Beijing to issue visas directly to Chinese travelers amid China's banning

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주중공관들, 中의 '韓관광 중단'에 "직접 비자신청 받겠다" 맞불 Amid China's continued retaliation against Korea's THAAD defense upgrade decision, Seoul is seeking countermeasures to cope with the situation. Such as allowing Chinese travelers to apply their visas directly to Korean government institutions,... despite their country's ban on travel agencies selling travel packages to Korea. Lee Ji-won has our top story. Chinese nationals will now be able to apply for visas directly at South Korean embassies and consulates... as a remedy to China's ban on selling package tours to South Korea. Previously Chinese travelers had to go through designated travel agencies. On Sunday, sources in China said the Korean embassy in Beijing as well as all other Korean diplomatic missions and even non-consular government institutions had begun accepting visa applications last Friday. The Korean embassy in Beijing said in a statement that rumors circulating online that South Korea has stopped granting visas to Chinese citizens are not true, and that visas are being issued as normal. This comes after China's national tourism agency last week called on travel agencies across the country... to stop selling all packages to Korea starting March 15th, in retaliation for Seoul's decision to deploy the THAAD missile defense system on Korean soil. China has retaliated in other ways, too, such as refusing to approve a massive amount of Korean imports, saying that they "do not meet their trade requirements." Chinese media reported Sunday that the authorities in the country's northeastern province of Liaoning did not approve customs clearance for Korean food products that arrived a day before,... because the dates of production and the health certificates did not match. They also discarded more than two tons of fish products... for not meeting China's standards for food additives. With more retaliation likely to come,... the Korean embassy in Beijing on Friday set up a special task force to look after the interests of its citizens and businesses. Lee Ji-won, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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Response to Beijing

Response to Beijing

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[Anchor Lead] Meanwhile, back in Seoul, the South Korean government is raising its response level toward the Chinese government. Let’s find out more. [Pkg] China's Ambassador to South Korea Qiu Guohong left the Foreign Ministry building on Thursday after holding closed-door talks with Deputy Minister for Political Affairs Kim Hyoung-zhin for a little over an hour. The Foreign Ministry said that the talks were scheduled in advance to discuss bilateral issues, but observers both inside and outside the ministry assessed that the meeting was held as a protest measure. In the meeting, the Korean government expressed concerns over a series of retaliatory steps China has taken recently in response to the planned THAAD deployment. Korea conveyed to China that the THAAD installment is a sovereign and self-defense move. Seoul is also devising substantial follow-up response measures. [Soundbite] Yun Byung-se(Foreign Minister) : "We are trying to determine whether there are any violations of international regulations. We will take the required steps if deemed necessary at the appropriate time." Although it has been projected by some that the THAAD conflict between Seoul and Beijing could develop into a full-scale government-level dispute, cautious views that Seoul will maintain a wait-and-see approach rather than take real action are predominant. That's because the Chinese government has shown a duplicitous attitude by not making the retaliatory steps official and approving Koreans firms' investment in China while sanctioning some Korean companies. The government is planning to respond in stages while keeping a close eye on China's response, as it has made clear its stance in the meeting with Qiu.
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Old Chinese UFO Sighting in Beijing from the Government (rare material)

Old Chinese UFO Sighting in Beijing from the Government (rare material)

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its an old recording so mind your comments about the quality look up to the skies people not on your smartphones
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CHINA: BEIJING: GOVERNMENT DEFENDS HUMAN RIGHTS RECORD

CHINA: BEIJING: GOVERNMENT DEFENDS HUMAN RIGHTS RECORD

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Mandarin/Nat China has again condemned international pressure regarding its human rights record. Beijing threatened that international relations would be affected if a U-N resolution concerning China's human rights abuses is passed. However, China did announce that it will sign a U-N treaty regarding human rights -- a move long demanded by the West. In a bid to head off international condemnation of its human rights record, China announced on Tuesday that it will sign a U-N treaty regarding human rights. That's a move long demanded by the West. China has finally decided to join the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights by the end of 1997. The move coincides with the meeting of the 53 nation U-N Human Rights Commission now in session. The Commission will vote on whether to adopt a resolution criticising Beijing's human rights record. But some see China's decision as a tactical move taken after weeks of careful campaigning. China's tactics have split Western countries trying to determine whether to adopt the resolution or not. At a press briefing on Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman, Shen Guofang, criticised those countries still supporting the adoption of a resolution. Shen promised \"full cooperation and talks\" on human rights if foreign countries stop confronting Beijing at the U-N commission. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) \"Confrontation does not represent an answer to the problem. We hope that those nations still opposed to China will look at the majority of countries and their attitude on human rights, and see that confrontation is not a solution. This can only result in damage to the normal exchanges and relations between China and those countries. We hope that the relevant nations will see that dialogue is preferable to confrontation.\" SUPER CAPTION: Shen Guofang, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Also high on the agenda at the briefing was the question of illegal immigration to Hong Kong after it reverts to Chinese rule on July 1, 1997. Shen said China would take a tough stance on illegal immigrants and hoped the new leadership in Hong Kong would do the same for the sake of its own social stability. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) \"The Chinese government places the highest priority on Hong Kong's social stability. Therefore we oppose illegal immigration. It does not matter whether it is a violation of international law or the domestic law of various countries, it should not be tolerated. The relevant departments are engaging proper laws and regulations to stop it. I hope the local authorities in Hong Kong will co-operate with China to stop illegal immigration and protect Hong Kong's social stability. According to section 22 of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's Basic Law, immigration to Hong Kong will be determined by the central government in consultation with the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government.\" SUPER CAPTION: Shen Guofang, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman With the handover to China of Hong Kong only weeks away, the proposed resolution by the U-N Commission is even more important. Several countries are adamant that the resolution against Chinese human rights be carried. But, said Shen, the resolution and foreign condemnation were seen by China to be foreign meddling in China's home affairs. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) SUPER CAPTION: Shen Guofang, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman And, on another matter, Shen said the recent announcement that one hundred thousand U-S troops would remain in Japan was seen by China as foreign pressure and interference in the affairs of Asia. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) SUPER CAPTION: Shen Guofang, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d5c694541ef2888fbe739aa012cd992c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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