• Chinese Street Food Tour in Guangzhou, China | Exotic Seafood, BBQ Pork, and Street Food in China

    Street Food in China! Exotic Chinese Street Food and Seafood in Guangzhou, near Hong Kong! This is the best street food! In Guangzhou, China, and Hong Kong, there is some of the best chinese seafood and Chinese street food around the world. In 2016, I began getting more and more serious about eating Chinese street food, and now, in 2017, I'm going full time! Fresh, cheap, and delicious Chinese street food! You have to try it! You can eat and try the best cantonese food specialties like dim sum, bbq roast pork (char sui), rice noodle rolls, and fresh (not cheap) seafood from a local seafood market, all of which are must try chinese foods! In this food and travel video/vlog, I take you on a full Chinese street food tour of Guangzhou (keep this food in mind if you also visit Hong Kong)- we e...

    published: 17 Mar 2017
  • Free Speech Protests Continue in Guangzhou

    Protesters demanding free speech confronted pro-government counter-demonstrators outside the Southern Weekly newspaper offices in Guangzhou as struggles between Chinese journalists and censors continued. Video by WSJ's Paul Mozur via #WorldStream.

    published: 09 Jan 2013
  • Clashes at Free Speech Protest in Guangzhou

    Demonstrators protesting for free speech outside a newspaper office in Guangzhou, China scuffled with leftist nationalists on the second day of anti-censorship protests. Video by WSJ's Paul Mozur via #WorldStream.

    published: 08 Jan 2013
  • SlideShow-Hon'ble RastrapathyJi-arrival at Guangzhou-CHINA-NEWS-LIVE-DIGITALS-THANKING.....

    Hon’ble President of India, Hon’ble Shri Pranab Mukherjee being received by Mr. He Zhongyou, Vice Governor of Guangdong and Liu Zhenmin, Vice Minister on his arrival at Guangzhou, The People’s Republic of China on May 24, 2016.-thanking Hon’ble RastrapathyJi – Hon’ble President of India, Hon’ble Shri Pranab Mukherjee interacting with the accompanying officials, academic and media delegation on board, Air India Special aircraft on his way to Guangzhou, People’s Republic of China on May 24, 2016.- thanking Hon’ble RastrapathyJi – Hon’ble President of India, Hon’ble Shri Pranab Mukherjee during the ceremonial departure to the State visit of People's Republic of China at Rashtrapati Bhavan on May 24, 2016. .- thanking Hon’ble RastrapathyJi – Hon’ble RastrapathyJi’s ISRO GREETINGS – Hon’b...

    published: 24 May 2016
  • What's Behind China's Escalating Press Freedom Protests? (LinkAsia Bulletin: 1/8/13)

    China's feisty Southern Weekly newspaper has become the focal point of renewed press freedom protests after their controversial New Year's editorial was rewritten by propaganda officials. LinkAsia speaks with Anne Henochowicz of the China Digital Times about the impact these protests will have on censorship and press freedom in China. Watch more at http://linkasia.org. IMAGE: Demonstrators hold banners outside the headquarters of Southern Weekly newspaper in Guangzhou: REUTERS/James Pomfret

    published: 08 Jan 2013
  • Thousands stranded ahead of Chinese New Year after rare snow in Guangzhou region

    More than 55 thousand passengers are left stranded at a railway station in southern China's Guangzhou region after rare snow delays services Get the latest headlines: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=telegraphtv Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/telegraph.co.uk Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/telegraph Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/102891355072777008500/ Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Daily Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.

    published: 02 Feb 2016
  • Rare strike put press freedom under scrutiny in China

    http://www.euronews.com/ In China there has been a rare protest over press censorship. Yellow chrysanthemums, symbolising the death of press freedom, were laid outside the headquarters of the Southern Weekly newspaper in the city of Guangzhou. The row has escalated after reporters accused the head of the provincial propaganda bureau of replacing their New Year's letter calling for reform with another one that hailed the triumphs of the communist party. "This act of suppressing the freedom of the press should be changed. Otherwise, it is going to be detrimental to the public interest of knowing the facts," said one journalist. The reporters also called for the provincial propaganda chief to step down. Their articles were replaced by the censors praising the communist party's achievemen...

    published: 07 Jan 2013
  • Alibaba Buys South China Morning Post Newspaper

    The Alibaba Group announced recently that it is buying the South China Morning Post. This move could help Alibaba’s stock price and also win favor with Chinese policy makers. Originally published at - http://learningenglish.voanews.com/media/video/alibaba-buys-south-china-morning-post-newspaper/3137361.html

    published: 14 Jan 2016
  • Photo Exposes Chinese Company Linked to Regime Officials

    Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews In the last few days, the story of Chen Yongzhou, a reporter for New Express, a Guangzhou based newspaper, has seen dramatic events unfold. It has led to the raising of many questions and arguments. The story has gradually emerged through insider sources. The case, disputed for it's credibility, has revealed a deeper story. It is connected with a photograph, thought to expose fierce infighting within the Communist regimes high levels. Reporter Chen Yongzhou, from Guangzhou based newspaper "New Express" was arrested recently for reporting unverified news. "Zoomlion", a Hunan listed company has subsequently had questions raised over it's inner workings. A recently exp...

    published: 30 Oct 2013
  • Detained newspaper reporter apologizes for releasing unture stories

    Chen Yongzhou, a journalist with the New Express based in the southern city of Guangzhou, said to police that he had continuously released a series of unverified and false reports against the giant engineering company Zoomlion at the request of others.

    published: 26 Oct 2013
  • 广州中山大学 GUANGZHOU SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY

    广州中山大学图书馆外看报纸的老头,这么冷的天,坐在水泥地上看报纸,哈哈,旁边是马岗顶的大钟楼。A OLD MAN WATCHING NEWSPAPER OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY IN THE COOL WINTER.

    published: 06 Jan 2012
  • Chinese station knife attack: Six killed in Guangzhou stabbing

    Chinese station knife attack: Six killed in Guangzhou stabbing At least six people have been injured in a knife attack at a station in Guangzhou, Chinese officials say. There is no information yet on the ... China Knife Attack: 6 Wounded In Stabbing Spree At Guangzhou ... China knife attack includes westerner among six people stabbed ... Six wounded in knife attack at southern China railway station. Six wounded in knife attack at southern China rail station. Six People Injured in Attack at South China Rail Station. Six People Injured in Attack at South China Rail Station ... Medical staff attend to the injured at Guangzhou railway station. ... SHANGHAI—At least six people were injured in a knife attack on Tuesday, in the third stabbing incident ... The attack in Urumqi, the re...

    published: 06 May 2014
  • Market where civet cats blamed for SARS outbreak are sold

    1. Stalls and sellers at Xin Yuan Market, Guangzhou 2. Market stall containing domestic cats 3. Close-up domestic cats in cage 4. Low shot of cage with civet cats 5. Zoom into civet cats in cage 6. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) animal market worker: "I heard that a while ago, the police came here and took the civet cats and burnt them." 7. Market stalls with dead cat in cage in the foreground 8. Close-up of dead cat 9. Empty cages 10. Empty cages with chained cat 11. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) animal market worker: "Definitely I'm scared, if SARS is really from civet cats, I'm really scared." 12. Guangzhou newspapers from 'Saturday 24 May 2003' 13. Masthead of Guangzhou daily newspaper 14. Photo on front of Guangzhou New Express newspaper of civet cats with headline "Civet cats contain ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Changes in Guangdong Newspapers Reflects CCP Infighting

    Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews On July 16, "New Express", part of the Yangcheng Evening Newspaper Group has experienced large internal changes. The newspaper has had substantial revisions, withdrawing domestic news, international news and commentary pages. On the same day, they held a meeting to announce the editor-in-chief transferring. In addition to the purging of "New Express", Southern Metropolis Daily has also been downsized. Observers believe that the changes in the Guangdong newspaper group reflects infighting at high-level of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) before the 18th National People's Congress (NPC). On July 16, "New Express" substantially revised it's layout. It went from print siz...

    published: 18 Jul 2012
  • Pangulong Duterte, 'di nagtungo sa Cancer Hospital sa Guangzhou, China Bong Go

    (Eagle News) -- Itinanggi ni Special Assistant to the President Secretary Christopher "Bong" Go ang lumabas sa isang newspaper column na nagtungo si Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte sa China para sa cancer treatment. News that matters to you! Visit our website at: http://www.eaglenews.ph Follow us on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/eaglenewsph Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EagleNewsPH

    published: 10 Jan 2017
  • China Journalists On Strike Over Censorship

    01/07/2013 A quite unprecedented event has hit the Chinese southern city of Guangzhou: Hundreds of people gathered outside the office of a liberal newspaper after a leading New Year article calling for more press freedom was deleted from the daily's website. "We want press freedom, constitutionalism and democracy," read one of the banners at the protests outside the headquarters of Southern Weekly. Monday demonstration in the capital of Guangdong province was mostly reported via social networks. More: http://leaksource.wordpress.com/2013/01/09/chinas-southern-weekly-first-time-in-20-years-editorial-staff-of-a-major-newspaper-strike-against-censorship/ http://twitter.com/LeakSourceNews

    published: 09 Jan 2013
Chinese Street Food Tour in Guangzhou, China | Exotic Seafood, BBQ Pork, and Street Food in China

Chinese Street Food Tour in Guangzhou, China | Exotic Seafood, BBQ Pork, and Street Food in China

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Street Food in China! Exotic Chinese Street Food and Seafood in Guangzhou, near Hong Kong! This is the best street food! In Guangzhou, China, and Hong Kong, there is some of the best chinese seafood and Chinese street food around the world. In 2016, I began getting more and more serious about eating Chinese street food, and now, in 2017, I'm going full time! Fresh, cheap, and delicious Chinese street food! You have to try it! You can eat and try the best cantonese food specialties like dim sum, bbq roast pork (char sui), rice noodle rolls, and fresh (not cheap) seafood from a local seafood market, all of which are must try chinese foods! In this food and travel video/vlog, I take you on a full Chinese street food tour of Guangzhou (keep this food in mind if you also visit Hong Kong)- we eat a lot of specialties on the street and in Chinese restaurants together. The addresses for these locations are listed below. Chinese/Asian food recipes are going to be included in my blog shortly. 1) Local street food Chang Fen (rice noodle roll) - These are found throughout the city and are famously eaten during breakfast time in Guangdong, or during yumcha dimsum. I went to a very cheap Chinese restaurant specializing in Changfen in Baiyun district: Name: 潮汕辉记肠粉 Address: 广州市白云区岗贝路4号 2) The best and must try chashaobao AKA charsui bao AKA BBQ pork bun. These beauties are like upgraded baozi steam buns you find all over the streets of China. The pork juicy and covered in a sweet Barbeque sauce and the bun is so fluffy, you won't be able to get enough of them! Name: 天天包点 Address: 广州市越秀区起义路72号 3) Famous Chinese street food Chashao BBQ pork and Shao'e roast goose. These are the best and two must try street foods in China, especially during lunch hour in Guangzhou or Hong Kong Name: 九爷鸡 Address: 广州市越秀区文明路103号 4) Dim sum at the famous yumcha dim sum restaurant Dim Dou Dak. This is a chain restaurant that serves some of the best cantonese dim sum in the city. Be sure to order the shao mai dumplings, har gao dumplings, fengzhua chicken feet, and their specialty red rice roll. So good! Name: 点都德 Address: 广州市越秀区越秀中路60号宝贝城4楼 5) The largest wholesale seafood market in Guangzhou. There is a huge selection of seafood here, you could spend a whole day here just watching and discovering all the different types of fresh seafood. It's not cheap unfortunately, it's quite expensive! Be ready to bargain a little bit. Name: 盛港湾酒楼 Address: 广州市海珠区黄沙海产批发市场 If you have a whole day in Guangzhou or even Hong Kong (you can find exactly the same street foods) to travel and eat and try Chinese street food, then visit some of these amazing and best street food locations! Please leave me a comment down below if you did and let me know how the food was! ABOUT THE FOOD RANGER ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My name is Trevor James and I'm a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that's currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious Chinese food as I can. I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I'm going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I'm going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real street food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge. Thanks for watching, and please feel free to leave a comment, suggestion, or critique in the comments below! Please make sure to subscribe, it's the best way to keep my videos in your feed, and give me a thumbs up too if you liked this food video, thanks, I appreciate it! You could also share the video too if you liked it, that would be awesome. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefoodranger Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoodRangerTV Insta: https://instagram.com/thefoodranger / chinese food chinese street food taste test gordon ramsay best top cooking cuisine kitchen 2017 recipes chinese street food seafood
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Free Speech Protests Continue in Guangzhou

Free Speech Protests Continue in Guangzhou

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Protesters demanding free speech confronted pro-government counter-demonstrators outside the Southern Weekly newspaper offices in Guangzhou as struggles between Chinese journalists and censors continued. Video by WSJ's Paul Mozur via #WorldStream.
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Clashes at Free Speech Protest in Guangzhou

Clashes at Free Speech Protest in Guangzhou

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Demonstrators protesting for free speech outside a newspaper office in Guangzhou, China scuffled with leftist nationalists on the second day of anti-censorship protests. Video by WSJ's Paul Mozur via #WorldStream.
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SlideShow-Hon'ble RastrapathyJi-arrival at Guangzhou-CHINA-NEWS-LIVE-DIGITALS-THANKING.....

SlideShow-Hon'ble RastrapathyJi-arrival at Guangzhou-CHINA-NEWS-LIVE-DIGITALS-THANKING.....

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Hon’ble President of India, Hon’ble Shri Pranab Mukherjee being received by Mr. He Zhongyou, Vice Governor of Guangdong and Liu Zhenmin, Vice Minister on his arrival at Guangzhou, The People’s Republic of China on May 24, 2016.-thanking Hon’ble RastrapathyJi – Hon’ble President of India, Hon’ble Shri Pranab Mukherjee interacting with the accompanying officials, academic and media delegation on board, Air India Special aircraft on his way to Guangzhou, People’s Republic of China on May 24, 2016.- thanking Hon’ble RastrapathyJi – Hon’ble President of India, Hon’ble Shri Pranab Mukherjee during the ceremonial departure to the State visit of People's Republic of China at Rashtrapati Bhavan on May 24, 2016. .- thanking Hon’ble RastrapathyJi – Hon’ble RastrapathyJi’s ISRO GREETINGS – Hon’ble Kalam with Hon’ble PM ModiJi (old digital) Hon’ble Minister Smart City List announcement - (LIMITED SPACE) – thanking DDK – PORT-BLLAIR- NEWS LIVE DIGITALS-Admn PRESS RELEASES-digitals-Published already VISIT Official IDs-LIMITED-SPACE-thanking ALL !!!! - thanking google !!!! pressandmdedia@gmail.com - yenyesar VISIT edweepNews, yenyesar globalmedias, www.wn.com/yenyesar (World News) www.twitter.com/globalmedias , Blogger.E DWEEP I NEWSPAPER all @ google !!!! thanking google !!! ever thanking one & all !!! - nandrigaludan - yenyesar pressandmedia@gmail.comI
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What's Behind China's Escalating Press Freedom Protests? (LinkAsia Bulletin: 1/8/13)

What's Behind China's Escalating Press Freedom Protests? (LinkAsia Bulletin: 1/8/13)

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China's feisty Southern Weekly newspaper has become the focal point of renewed press freedom protests after their controversial New Year's editorial was rewritten by propaganda officials. LinkAsia speaks with Anne Henochowicz of the China Digital Times about the impact these protests will have on censorship and press freedom in China. Watch more at http://linkasia.org. IMAGE: Demonstrators hold banners outside the headquarters of Southern Weekly newspaper in Guangzhou: REUTERS/James Pomfret
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Thousands stranded ahead of Chinese New Year after rare snow in Guangzhou region

Thousands stranded ahead of Chinese New Year after rare snow in Guangzhou region

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More than 55 thousand passengers are left stranded at a railway station in southern China's Guangzhou region after rare snow delays services Get the latest headlines: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=telegraphtv Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/telegraph.co.uk Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/telegraph Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/102891355072777008500/ Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Daily Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.
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Rare strike put press freedom under scrutiny in China

Rare strike put press freedom under scrutiny in China

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http://www.euronews.com/ In China there has been a rare protest over press censorship. Yellow chrysanthemums, symbolising the death of press freedom, were laid outside the headquarters of the Southern Weekly newspaper in the city of Guangzhou. The row has escalated after reporters accused the head of the provincial propaganda bureau of replacing their New Year's letter calling for reform with another one that hailed the triumphs of the communist party. "This act of suppressing the freedom of the press should be changed. Otherwise, it is going to be detrimental to the public interest of knowing the facts," said one journalist. The reporters also called for the provincial propaganda chief to step down. Their articles were replaced by the censors praising the communist party's achievements. A Southern Weekly spokesman denied the removal of the letter was due to censorship, saying the "online rumours were false". Analysts believe the protest could provide a key test for Chinese officials installed just two months ago following the transition in the country's leadership. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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Alibaba Buys South China Morning Post Newspaper

Alibaba Buys South China Morning Post Newspaper

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The Alibaba Group announced recently that it is buying the South China Morning Post. This move could help Alibaba’s stock price and also win favor with Chinese policy makers. Originally published at - http://learningenglish.voanews.com/media/video/alibaba-buys-south-china-morning-post-newspaper/3137361.html
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Photo Exposes Chinese Company Linked to Regime Officials

Photo Exposes Chinese Company Linked to Regime Officials

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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews In the last few days, the story of Chen Yongzhou, a reporter for New Express, a Guangzhou based newspaper, has seen dramatic events unfold. It has led to the raising of many questions and arguments. The story has gradually emerged through insider sources. The case, disputed for it's credibility, has revealed a deeper story. It is connected with a photograph, thought to expose fierce infighting within the Communist regimes high levels. Reporter Chen Yongzhou, from Guangzhou based newspaper "New Express" was arrested recently for reporting unverified news. "Zoomlion", a Hunan listed company has subsequently had questions raised over it's inner workings. A recently exposed photograph seems to suggest Zoomlion's close relationship with the Chinese Communist regime. It depicted former regime leader Jiang Zemin, with Yang Zhengwu, former party secretary of Hunan Province. Yang Zhengwu is also father-in-law to Zoomlion Vice Chair Sun Changjun. Zhu Jianguo, former news director, Ta Kung Pao: "This information has shown it's more than an ordinary business. It has its background and deeper relationship with official interest groups." U.S. based Epoch Times reported on the story on October 27. When Chen Yongzhou apologized for taking a bribe, in order to report unverified news, the photo on Twitter overseas. Yang Zhengwu, wearing glasses and dressed in white, is seen happily courting Jiang Zemin. Yang Zhengwu's son-in-law is said to be Zoomlion Vice Chair, Sun Changjun. The photo was analyzed to confirm the true owner of Zoomlion. Some web users argue that this photo explains why the regime contolled CCTV, has flattering reports on Zoomlion. It also explains why police would rather risk questions over legitimacy and thus cross a provincial border to arrest Chen Yongzhou. Zhu Jianguo: "Many illegal activities have evolved around Chen Yongzhou's case. It indicates that this case is more than hitting bribery, but is touching on political infighting." Hong Kong based Apple Daily had reported earlier on Zoomlion Chairman, Chan Chunxin. His father is former President of the High Court of Hunan, Chan Shunchu, and his father-in-law is former second secretary of the Hunan Provincial Committee, Wan Da. Also, many officials have their children place in Zoomlion. This includes the incumbent party secretary of General Administration of Press and Publication, Jiang Jianguo, as well as officials at the provincial and ministerial level, and particularly within the political and legal system. Therefore, Zoomlion is also known as the backyard of Hunan officials' progeny. Hua Po, commentator on Beijing politics: "The Internet revealed Zoomlion's background. This fight was initiated at the local government and level, and in the public security department. This is clearly another challenge, from vested interest groups, towards the new leaders, Xi and Li." Although Zoomlion's complex background, was exposed, New Express is not fighting alone. Prior to Chen Yongzhou's apology, both the Chinese Reporter Association and State Administration of Radio Film and Television directly voiced to support New Express. New Express had shown its firm support of Chen and twice asked his release. It was a tough attitude with undoubtedly had support from Guangzhou high-level officials. Both the Central Propaganda Department and Central Commission for Discipline Inspection have also shown their concern for the case. It was therefore commented that this is a case which is more than just between the newspaper and Zoomlion. It is actually a contest between the central regime and the interest groups that back Zoomlion. Hua Po: "Xi and Li want to break the vested interest group. To share the pie, they have to take some action. I believe Zoomlion represents Hunan vested interest groups, and has inextricable links with Hunan local government. Surely it's a stumbling block for Xi and Li's reform. To ensure Xi and Li's political movement, they have to crush Zoomlion and the vested interest groups acting behind it." Commentator Hua Po does not believe the New Express case has ended. All other vested interest groups are watching and learning. Hunan seems to have its way for now, but the central regime is very likely to hit back. Consequently, this internal struggle will escalate. 《神韵》2013世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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Detained newspaper reporter apologizes for releasing unture stories

Detained newspaper reporter apologizes for releasing unture stories

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Chen Yongzhou, a journalist with the New Express based in the southern city of Guangzhou, said to police that he had continuously released a series of unverified and false reports against the giant engineering company Zoomlion at the request of others.
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广州中山大学 GUANGZHOU SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY

广州中山大学 GUANGZHOU SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY

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广州中山大学图书馆外看报纸的老头,这么冷的天,坐在水泥地上看报纸,哈哈,旁边是马岗顶的大钟楼。A OLD MAN WATCHING NEWSPAPER OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY IN THE COOL WINTER.
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Chinese station knife attack: Six killed in Guangzhou stabbing

Chinese station knife attack: Six killed in Guangzhou stabbing

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Chinese station knife attack: Six killed in Guangzhou stabbing At least six people have been injured in a knife attack at a station in Guangzhou, Chinese officials say. There is no information yet on the ... China Knife Attack: 6 Wounded In Stabbing Spree At Guangzhou ... China knife attack includes westerner among six people stabbed ... Six wounded in knife attack at southern China railway station. Six wounded in knife attack at southern China rail station. Six People Injured in Attack at South China Rail Station. Six People Injured in Attack at South China Rail Station ... Medical staff attend to the injured at Guangzhou railway station. ... SHANGHAI—At least six people were injured in a knife attack on Tuesday, in the third stabbing incident ... The attack in Urumqi, the regional capital, killed both bombers and a third ... Up to four knife-men go on stabbing rampage and wound six people ... Police gave no reason for the attack, but China's nervousness about ... were stabbed to death in March in the southwestern city of Kunming. ... leaving the station, city newspaper the Guangzhou Journal wrote on its microblog. Six injured in knife attack at train station in Guangzhou, China. Six people have been wounded in a knife attack at a train station in ... were killed in a stabbing rampage at Kunming train station, in China's ... China railway station knife attack: One foreigner among six injured. Latest in the string of knife attacks at China's railway stations staged by Xinjiang ... and donning whit hats and shirts went on a stabbing spree, injuring six. ... In a statement on its official microblog, Guangzhou police bureau stated ... after a terror attack at Urmuqi Railway station in April killed three people, ... New China Train Station Attack Sparks Terrorism Fears. The midday stabbing attack Tuesday left six people injured at a train station the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou. China's ... On March 1, a group of men and women killed 29 people and injured another 143, slashing people with knives at a train station in the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming. Knife attack at China rail station is third since March. ... in a knife attack at a railway station in Guangzhou, China. Six injured in knife attack at Chinese train station. Investigators at the scene of the knife attack at Guangzhou railway station. ... Six people were injured in a knife attack at a busy railway station in southern ... It said the injured included a person who was stabbed in the head and ... at a railway station in Kunming city, in south-west China, killing 29 people. Slashing Attack In Guangzhou Railroad Station Injures Six ... Chinese police have captured a suspect following a knife attack at a ... were stabbed to death in March in the southwestern city of Kunming.
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Market where civet cats blamed for SARS outbreak are sold

Market where civet cats blamed for SARS outbreak are sold

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1. Stalls and sellers at Xin Yuan Market, Guangzhou 2. Market stall containing domestic cats 3. Close-up domestic cats in cage 4. Low shot of cage with civet cats 5. Zoom into civet cats in cage 6. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) animal market worker: "I heard that a while ago, the police came here and took the civet cats and burnt them." 7. Market stalls with dead cat in cage in the foreground 8. Close-up of dead cat 9. Empty cages 10. Empty cages with chained cat 11. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) animal market worker: "Definitely I'm scared, if SARS is really from civet cats, I'm really scared." 12. Guangzhou newspapers from 'Saturday 24 May 2003' 13. Masthead of Guangzhou daily newspaper 14. Photo on front of Guangzhou New Express newspaper of civet cats with headline "Civet cats contain SARS" 15. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) animal market worker: "I've seen the newspapers, and they say that SARS is from civet cats, but I don't think it's true. If SARS really is from civet cats, then there are many all over the world, then SARS is all over the world ... I think SARS is caused by the climate, it's just that the civet cats have got the blame." 16. Market with deer in foreground 17. Deer in a cage 18. Close-up of badgers in cage 19. Badgers in cage STORYLINE: Chinese markets continue to sell civet cats, which scientists say are the origin of the SARS virus, but the trade in general has gone underground. At the animal markets in Guangdong province on Saturday, stall owners showed only a few civet cats and hid their stocks after reporters started to visit. Southern China is famous for its tradition of eating exotic animals, often for alleged health benefits. The markets are notoriously dirty, and market owners live and work in the same place as the huge variety of animals live and die. Experts have pointed to this unhygienic mixing of wild animals, including endangered species, domestic animals, and farm-reared stock, all living in close proximity to humans, as a possible cause of the SARS virus emerging in humans. A recent study indicated that more than 30 percent of the early SARS cases in Guangdong were among food handlers. According to local media reports, the Chinese Government banned the sale of wild animals in early May in the wake of the SARS outbreak. But it is only now, since researchers in Guangdong and the University of Hong Kong have made a connection between the civet cat and SARS that the Guangdong markets have emptied their cages. Many market workers say that they don't believe that the SARS virus crossed from animals kept in unhygienic conditions, and resist attempts to clean up or stamp out their businesses. Restaurant owners in Guangdong on Saturday continued to offer civet cat, but it's not written on the menu, available only on request. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6bd7b163ee2e2778dd545e8eeb28f758 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Changes in Guangdong Newspapers Reflects CCP Infighting

Changes in Guangdong Newspapers Reflects CCP Infighting

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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews On July 16, "New Express", part of the Yangcheng Evening Newspaper Group has experienced large internal changes. The newspaper has had substantial revisions, withdrawing domestic news, international news and commentary pages. On the same day, they held a meeting to announce the editor-in-chief transferring. In addition to the purging of "New Express", Southern Metropolis Daily has also been downsized. Observers believe that the changes in the Guangdong newspaper group reflects infighting at high-level of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) before the 18th National People's Congress (NPC). On July 16, "New Express" substantially revised it's layout. It went from print size A3 to A22. It's pages were news from the Pearl River Delta in Guangzhou. The rest were financial and sports news. The daily commentary page, two to four pages of China news, and two to three international news in the original have all disappeared. An employee of "New Express" revealed on a microblog that they received a chief editor's office notification. "From now on, no news outside of Guangdong province will be reported, even telephone interviews. All domestic and international news pages are cancelled. Views Weekly and Avenue magazine are cancelled. In-depth commentary cannot involve domestic news, no matter whether they are positive or negative comments." On the same day, the newspaper office held a meeting to announce that the editor in chief, Lu Fumin was transferred to director of political news at Yangcheng Evening News. The president Li Yihang is acting as editor-in-chief. Lu Fumin also confirmed his leaving on his microblog. "...happy to work with the New Express. But based on work requirements, from today, I will return to the political news office of Yangcheng Evening News." The purging of the New Express could be directly caused by a replication of the Jinan Daily article. 'Years as Educated Youth of the Members of the Central Political Bureau', according to microblogs. This story involves many members of the CCP Central Political Bureau, who had been educated in their youth. This includes top 18th NPC candidates, like Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, Wang Qishan, Li Yuanchao and Zhang Dejiang. Chinese Studies expert Zhao Yuanming: "It doesn't matter. It is a news organization, so it could do some speculation, or preliminary investigation of something going to happen. At this very moment, the high-level are purging it. It is actually a reflection of high-level fighting in the CCP." Aside from the New Express, Guangzhou readers left a message on a microblog on the same day on Southern Metropolis Daily. "The commentary edition has only four pages remaining, which is horrible." On its electronic versions, readers could not find the whole Review Weekly. An insider said on the microblog: "Just look at the New Express, then you could understand all." Radio France Internationale said it has confirmed that the command to make the changes was issued by the CCP Guangdong Provincial Propaganda Department. In early May, Tuo Zhen, Vice President of Xinhua News Agency from Beijing took over as Minister of Guangdong Provincial Propaganda Department. This replaced Lin Xiong, former Secretary of Premier Wen Jiabao. China expert Zhao Yuanming commented that the changes to the New Express reflect CCP leadership infighting. Zhao Yuanming: "Wang Yang belongs to the democratic reform faction. He is the provincial party secretary in the people's mind. To do some tricks in propaganda to embarrass him, to expect some influence and change the political situation, is a method used consistently within the CCP struggles." On the afternoon of July 17, Liu Ziyu, an in-depth investigative reporter for the New Express, sent a message on a microblog. China News, international news and commentary pages will be back to normal in publication. Its official microblogging immediately forwarded this message. 《神韵》2011世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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Pangulong Duterte, 'di nagtungo sa Cancer Hospital sa Guangzhou, China   Bong Go

Pangulong Duterte, 'di nagtungo sa Cancer Hospital sa Guangzhou, China Bong Go

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(Eagle News) -- Itinanggi ni Special Assistant to the President Secretary Christopher "Bong" Go ang lumabas sa isang newspaper column na nagtungo si Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte sa China para sa cancer treatment. News that matters to you! Visit our website at: http://www.eaglenews.ph Follow us on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/eaglenewsph Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EagleNewsPH
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China Journalists On Strike Over Censorship

China Journalists On Strike Over Censorship

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01/07/2013 A quite unprecedented event has hit the Chinese southern city of Guangzhou: Hundreds of people gathered outside the office of a liberal newspaper after a leading New Year article calling for more press freedom was deleted from the daily's website. "We want press freedom, constitutionalism and democracy," read one of the banners at the protests outside the headquarters of Southern Weekly. Monday demonstration in the capital of Guangdong province was mostly reported via social networks. More: http://leaksource.wordpress.com/2013/01/09/chinas-southern-weekly-first-time-in-20-years-editorial-staff-of-a-major-newspaper-strike-against-censorship/ http://twitter.com/LeakSourceNews
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