Google China Google China closes its mainland China search service and moves it to Hong Kong so it can cease to self censor. Tania Branigan reports.
Ford Expands Dealers in China FBN's Connell McShane on the automaker's expansion of its dealer network in China.
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Beijing China Join Cheryll as she journeys to Beijing. There she visits the Great Wall, eats her way through a night market, and peruses art ranging from traditional to modern, all on her mission to find the best shopping and destinations. Episode highlights include: At Han Dynasty's Lacquer Ware Store, peruse a selection of high quality goods marked by exquisite workmanship and stunning colors. In the 798 Art District, explore chic designer boutiques, view modern pop art mixing Chinese and Western culture, and buy everything from paintings to tees. At Neat Times Jewelry Store, they combine contemporary shapes and geometrics with traditional materials. Throughout the episode you will also experience: Commune by the Great Wall, Ming Tombs, Rickshaws, Forbidden City, Safitel Renmin Hotel, Jade, Terra cotta warriors, China World Hotel. Let's Shop brings you the best shopping experiences from top travel destinations all over the world. Join host Cheryll Gillespie as she explores the funkiest boutiques, hippest malls, and most exclusive shops the world over. Packed with historical information and travel tips, Cheryll lends her keen eye and sage advice to make each trip an unforgettable combination of luxury, culture, and fun.
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Tom Carter's CHINA: Portrait of a People Tom Carter's CHINA: Portrait of a People is now available on !!! Thank you for your support. Photojournalist Tom Carter's CHINA: Portrait of a People is the most comprehensive book of photography on modern China ever published by a single author. Over 600 pages and 800 images from the 33 provinces of the PRC. AVAILABLE NOW! ISBN-13: 978-988-99799-42 Published: Summer 2008 by Blacksmith Books, Hong Kong, in association with Haven Books
China's Lost Girls Lisa Ling recalls the overpowering emotion when American couples in China meet their adopted daughters for the first time. Explorer: 25 Years airs Monday, April 19, at 9P ET/PT
Great Firewall Of China (HUNGRY BEAST) Its the largest, most innovative internet censorship programme in the world: but how does it work? Marc Fennell climbs the Great Firewall of China - it's bigger. badder and better than you think. .au/hungrybeast
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US-China faceoff over Taiwan arms deal US and China havent been on great terms as of late because the Americans are sending $6.3 billion worth of arms to Taiwan - the Americans are trying to provoke China into helping them impose sanctioning Iran to try to halt Tehran's nuclear ambitions. China got really upset at the arms sale and threatened sanctions against US companies supplying the arms, suspended key military-to-military contacts, and warned Obama that his planned meeting with the Dalai Lama will further damage US-China relations.
Hong Kong Picasso sale aims to tap China demand VIDEO: Picasso masterpieces worth millions of dollars are going on sale in Hong Kong as dealers cash in on growing interest from wealthy investors looking for art beyond China's borders. Duration: 00:59
BEIJING China China has one of the worlds oldest civilizations. The capital, Beijing, with its 11 million inhabitants, is now a modern city with skyscrapers, highways and shopping malls. Its several ancient monuments are all oases of silence. The Tien'anmen square is possibly the largest and most famous square in the world. The former imperial palace, surrounded by a wall, was called 'the Forbidden City' because a commoner could not enter. Also beautiful are the Summer Palace and the Temple of Heaven, where masterpieces from ancient artists await visitors. When in Beijing, one must not forget the Buddhist temples, and the zoo, wherevery rare panda bears live. Let us not forget about the gastronomical aspects of China, since the country's cuisine is world famous. From Beijing we can travel to the old capital, Xian, where the famous clay soldiers can be seen. The Ming Dinasty Tombs are only 50 kilometres from Beijing and the Great Wall of China is also a manageable distance.
T'pau - China in your hand It was a theme she had On a scheme he had Told in a foreign land To take life on earth To the second birth And the man was in command It was a flight on the wings Of a young girls dreams That flew too far away Don't push too far Your dreams are china in your hand Don't wish too hard Because they may come true And you can't help them You don't know what you might Have set upon yourself China in your hand Come from greed Never born of the seed Took life from a barren land Oh eyes wide Like a child in the form of man A prophecy for a fantasy The curse of a vivid mind Don't push too far Your dreams are china in your hand Don't wish too hard Because they may come true And you can't help them You don't know what you might Have set upon yourself China in your hand In your hand, your hand Don't push too far Your dreams are china in your hand Don't wish too hard Because they may come true And you can't help them You don't know what you might Have set upon yourself You shouldn't push too hard, no no Don't push too far Your dreams are china in your hand Don't wish too hard Because they may come true And you can't help them You don't know what you might Have set upon yourself
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Electronic Trash Village - China September 2007 Every year, 35 million tonnes of electronic waste is exported to China to be scrapped. There the rubbish is broken down by hand, poisoning workers and polluting the environment. "Smoke from the computers is too strong to breathe", complains one disposal worker. "I feel dizzy and can't see any more". Many employees at the electronic disposal plant suffer from respiratory illness or skin diseases. They work for ten hours a day, with no protection from the hazardous chemicals.
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Winner of China's Got Talent Final 2010 - Armless Pianist Liu Wei Performed You Are Beautiful Lost his arms from an accident at age 10, Liu Wei from Beijing never gives up living strong. He managed to do everything with his feet and started to learn to play piano at age 19. His dream is to become a musician. He just turned 23 and he won the China's Got Talent Show on Oct. 10, 2010. In the final, he played piano and sang the song "You Are Beautiful", perhaps his vocal is not the best render of this song, but the power and inspiration of his zest for life won him the final. Bravo! Liu Wei's motto is,"I have two options - I can die as fast as possible, or I can live a brilliant life. And I chose the latter." Congrats to Liu Wei! Liu Wei's quotes: "To me, there are 3 things can not be missed in life - air, water and music." "There are only 2 paths in my life for me - either to die as fast as possible, or to live as brilliant a life as I could." "I don't feel that I am that different from other people. Normally everyone is used to do everything with one's hands so your hands are more flexible. There is no rule saying that you can't do things with your feet." "A man should be responsible to his dreams. My dream is to become a great musician." "I know if I want to do it better than other people, I have to put in more efforts" On the note he wrote on the paper in this clip, it says'" Walk on, at least I have a pair of perfect legs." His mother said in the clip,"Sometimes his legs would cramp, he couldn't put any strength on them. He has worked harder than normal people."
Behind The Boom - China Feb 2007 China's economic boom is built on the backs of migrant workers, who flock to the cities in search of work. What are their lives like and are they getting their share of China's new prosperity? Zou Heyen arrived in Shanghai less than a week ago. "I'm not used to life here yet. I feel like jelly after a day's work and I'm not used to the climate", she complains. She shares a cramped room with seven other girls and probably won't see her family, who live four days away, for months. But already, she has no regrets. "At home we didn't have enough to eat. I've experienced hardship so I can bear a lot". Xu Chuanruo is also grateful for the opportunities in Shanghai. He works 12 hours a days, 7 days a week, sweeping streets and rarely sees his wife and children. However, the job pays double what he earned breaking stones in his village and at least now he can support his children through college. "It's a great joy to work hard for my child", he states. "My son won't have to work in the fields". In the cramped worker dormitories, there's a sense of comradeship and shared endeavour. The lives of migrant workers may be difficult but it seems enough for them to know their children will enjoy a better future. Produced by SBS/Dateline Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
China offers to buy Greek debt China has offered to buy Greek government bonds, in a show of support for the country whose debt burden pushed the euro zone into a financial crisis. Wen Jiabao, the Chinese prime minister, made the offer before Greece's parliament on Saturday at the start of a two-day visit to the country. But his offer has also called into question China's own financial policies. Gerald Tan reports.
Baker Says China's Role in Korean Conflict `Important' Nov. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Rodger Baker, vice president of strategic intelligence at Stratfor Global Intelligence, talks about rising tensions between North and South Korea ahead of joint US-South Korea military exercises starting on Nov. 28. North Korea, which attacked a civilian-populated South Korean island on Nov. 23, warned that the exercises will take the peninsula to the "brink of war." Baker talks with Margaret Brennan on Bloomberg Television's "InBusiness." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Inside Story - Modernising China's military On this episode of Inside Story, we ask if China is attempting to become a major global military power and whether following the example of the US military would help it to achieve this.
China's empty city - 10 Nov 09 China's economy is continuing to grow despite the global recession, helped by a massive government stimulus package of $585bn. But doubts remain whether such strong growth can be sustained by public spending alone. Al Jazeera's Melissa Chan reports from Inner Mongolia, where a whole town built with government money is standing empty.
China ban on dog meat draw angry outcry The Chinese government is considering taking meat from domestic animals off menus across the country, raising concerns among dog farmers who have relied on the industry for generations. The draft proposal to ban dog and cat meat has drawn an angry outcry from regions where the dish is popular. Opponents say the ban would destroy local culinary traditions. Al Jazeera's Melissa Chan reports from Jiangsu province in eastern China. (Feb 08, 2010)
China's Hairiest Man Meet 26 year-old Yu Zhenhuan - officially China's hairiest man.
CrossTalk: China Googles Dalai Lama In this edition of CrossTalk, Peter Lavelle discuss with his guests if China has finally started to confront the US to achieve real superpower status.
China Bridge - Travel to 12th-century China as engineers, scientists and scholars help reveal the intricate mysteries behind the revolutionary strength and elegance of the Rainbow Bridge.
Anti-China protest in Japan Japanese demonstrators stage a massive anti-China protest as tensions between the two countries mount over disputed islands.
SpongeBob Square Pants in China But what changes will the Chinese government demand?
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The Great Firewall Of China May 2008 China has the most sophisticated censorship and internet surveillance in the world. But despite this autocratic control some guerrilla bloggers are still managing to get their message through. "The Government always wants to try to act as the cat to control people's access to information but I think the mouse is running faster." This is the voice of Isaac Mao, he was one of China's earliest bloggers, and has learnt how to work the system. "The Chinese government's goal is not to control one hundred percent of what people are doing one hundred percent of the time," if they are too authoritarian, they will be faced with civil unrest. As CNN correspondent Rebecca MacKinnon points out, "to remain in power they want to prevent certain uses of the internet that might lead to overthrow." Journalists like Zhang Shihe work the gaps in the censorship to broadcast their message, " I rely on my instinct. Am I telling the truth or lies? Am I trying to help improve the situation? I know if I can control this, I'll be fine." He regularly films and comments on rural working conditions, and has as yet avoided jail. But his story is not typical. With about 30 known journalists and 50 internet users known to be behind bars, the Committee to Protect Journalists has branded China "the world's leading jailer of journalists." Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
Beijing China What one girl does when it's hard to find parking