• 85 years of Xinhua News Agency

    Today is Xinhua News Agency's 85th birthday. Click this video which shows how it has grown into one of the world’s top news agencies.

    published: 07 Nov 2016
  • INDIA CHINA are Ready for a BATTLE but the World Countries are AFRAID

    INDIA CHINA are Ready for a BATTLE but the World Countries are AFRAID . Bilateral ties between India China on the Dhokalam Tri Junction Border Issue . The stand off or the face-off issue in the Sikkim Sector for 2 month long halt . India-China war will hit most nations Chinese media In the first official meeting between top Indian and Chinese officials since the Doklam stand-off became public, national security adviser (NSA) Ajit Doval met state councillor Yang Jiechi here on Thursday, offering the possibility of serious diplomatic efforts to de-escalate the confrontation. Yang, who as China's state councillor overseeing foreign affairs occupies a powerful and influential position in the state council, is a nominee in the India-China special representative level dialogue with NSA Doval...

    published: 30 Jul 2017
  • The Spark: Why India is wrong on border issues with China?

    Hello, everyone! Welcome to The Spark, Xinhua's brand new talk show. Today we are going to talk about why India is wrong on border issue with China. The recent standoff in Doklam area between China and India is a wrong move made by the Indian side based on wrong judgments. Although China has displayed utmost restraint so far, the situation can turn dangerous if India continues to make provocative actions.

    published: 28 Jul 2017
  • China Xinhua News Robot

    Φανταστικό Ρομπότ! Incredible Robot! China Xinhua News original video https://www.facebook.com/XinhuaNewsAgency/videos/1313015375392570/

    published: 27 Jun 2016
  • Music Video: The Belt and Road is How

    The future's coming now, the Belt and Road is how. Music video illustrates how #BeltandRoad initiative proposed by China works.

    published: 10 May 2017
  • BASIC CHIINESE, HOW IS BUSINESS TODAY, Xinhua Market, Shanghai, 2013 (30 min=

    BASIC CHINESE How is business today ? Xin Hua Market 98 Anshun Lu, Shanghai, 2013 approx. 45 min, video, Camera: Xu Meng, Starring Xin Hua Market sales personal and Rainer Ganahl. Subtitles Liu Ya-Nan and Rainer Ganahl This video was specifically made for this occasion, i.e. at Xin Hua Market where the gallery is located as if it were a regular market booth. The film consists of a series of short interviews with vendors from Xin Hua market. This market is a classical quasi-traditional Shanghai Market where things are cheap, hygienic standards low and many clients poor. It is not a market place which is frequented by the new German car driving well off Shanghai middle class. This not so busy market place looks doomed to disappear sooner than later for some new sky high developments like a...

    published: 17 Jan 2014
  • Trump Sends WARSHIP to SOUTH CHINA SEA to Scare Xi Jinping

    Trump Sends WARSHIP to SOUTH CHINA SEA to Scare Xi Jinping On Sunday, the missile destroyer USS Stethem “trespassed China’s territorial waters off the Xisha Islands”, Xinhua news agency reported. China has scrambled naval ships and military jets to “warn off” a US missile destroyer sailing close to an artificial island built by it in the disputed South China Sea and denounced Washington’s move as a “serious political and military provocation”. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said in a statement late last night that China had dispatched military vessels and fighter planes in response to warn off the US vessel. On Sunday, the missile destroyer USS Stethem “trespassed China’s territorial waters off the Xisha Islands”, state run Xinhua news agency reported.

    published: 03 Jul 2017
  • China Expands Media Reach with English Language News Channel, Digital Media Push

    Chinese news is expanding. Xinhua News Agency recently launched a 24-hour English-language news channel for broadcast worldwide. And China's largest state-run broadcaster, CCTV, is expanding its global broadcasts in several languages. Beijing has long complained that Western media coverage is biased against China. Media watchers here in the United States view China's state controlled media as propaganda. VOA's Laurel Bowman met the owners of a Washington-based company that is helping China reach a more Western audience.

    published: 14 Jul 2010
  • Xinhua correspondent discloses Japanese rightwing hotel

    A Japanese hotel chain named APA has sparked great anger on social media recently for allegedly placing books in its rooms, which denied that the Nanjing Massacre and the forced recruitment of "comfort women" ever happened. In response to the incident, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying on Tuesday urged the Japanese government to ensure that Japanese people are exposed to authoritative versions of history. Despite the protest, the APA hotel chain has refused to withdraw the books which distorted history from the guest rooms.

    published: 19 Jan 2017
  • Futuristic straddling bus allows cars running underneath

    Tired of traffic jams and tail gas? The design of electric "straddling buses" lets cars drive underneath them, and can help reduce air pollution. Also known as land airbus, the new invention is less costly than subway systems.

    published: 22 May 2016
  • Awesome! China's futuristic "straddling bus" launches 1st road test

    China's Transit Elevated Bus (TEB) went through a road test in north China's Hebei Province on Tuesday. The passenger compartment rises far above other vehicles on the road, allowing cars to pass underneath. The test-run tried to simulate real traffic conditions with one bus compartment traveling at a speed of 10 km per hour on a section of a 300-meter-long test track.

    published: 03 Aug 2016
  • China's Xinhua in NYC Times Square - Students for a Free Tibet Takes Action ★★★★★

    The following Media Advisory is provided by Students for a Free Tibet: Media Advisory: Tibetans, New Yorkers to Protest China's State-Run Media Ad in Times Square CHINA'S "CENSORSHIP AGENCY" NOT WELCOME IN THE BIG APPLE New York -- Tibetans and their supporters will gather in Times Square this morning from 9:00am -- 11:00am to protest the unveiling of a 60 by 40 foot advertisement for Xinhua, China's state-run media agency. Xinhua is the Chinese Communist Party's official propaganda mouthpiece and is reviled by Tibetans, Uyghurs, Chinese dissidents and all who reject Beijing's totalitarian control over information. "By purchasing one of the most expensive and high profile advertising locations in America, the Chinese government is attempting to convince the world that it is op...

    published: 07 Aug 2011
  • Xinhua Links Bo Xilai to Wang Lijun Trial

    The bizarre story of Wang Lijun's dead of night escape to a US Consulate to seek asylum was because his boss slapped him. At least that's according to Chinese state-run Xinhua News Agency. Xinhua published today a detailed account of Tuesday's hearing against Chongqing's former police chief. It was the first time his former boss, Bo Xilai, has been linked to his wife's murder of a British businessman. Wang Lijun reportedly admitted to helping cover up Gu Kailai's murder of Neil Heywood. When he later mentioned the murder with the quote "principle person" in charge of the city—ie, Bo Xilai—Bo slapped him across the face. This apparently prompted Wang, well versed in marital arts, to flee to the US Consulate in Chengdu on February 6th. During his brief stay there, Xinhua reported Wang a...

    published: 19 Sep 2012
  • INDIA is getting Ready To BATTLE CHINA in the Border Issue with its Military

    INDIA is getting Ready To BATTLE CHINA in the Border Issue with its Military . India is Getting ready to BATTLE CHINA in Sikkim Issue with its Military . India is Getting ready to BATTLE China in Sikkim Issue with its Army . Chinese army carrying army exercises in Tibet . Chinese army carrying army exercises near Indian Border . India is ready for war with China . War tension on India - China border - TV9 . NEW DELHI Notwithstanding rise in China's power and military strength, Nathu La is physiologically a weak spot for the People's Liberation Army, akin to the Sino-Vietnam border, having lost to the Indian and Vietnamese counterparts in 1967 and 1979, respectively. The Indian military, overcoming the loss in 1962, had dealt a severe blow to PLA in 1967 in Nathu La sector that resulted ...

    published: 13 Jul 2017
  • World Water Day Report from Xinhua

    News report on World Water Day by Xinhua

    published: 08 Apr 2010
  • Xinhua's foreign correspondents: How we report China's "Two Sessions"

    Two of Xinhua News Agency's foreign correspondents are covering China's "Two Sessions" for the first time. And they share with us their experience.

    published: 10 Mar 2017
85 years of Xinhua News Agency

85 years of Xinhua News Agency

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Today is Xinhua News Agency's 85th birthday. Click this video which shows how it has grown into one of the world’s top news agencies.
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INDIA CHINA are Ready for a BATTLE but the World Countries are AFRAID

INDIA CHINA are Ready for a BATTLE but the World Countries are AFRAID

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INDIA CHINA are Ready for a BATTLE but the World Countries are AFRAID . Bilateral ties between India China on the Dhokalam Tri Junction Border Issue . The stand off or the face-off issue in the Sikkim Sector for 2 month long halt . India-China war will hit most nations Chinese media In the first official meeting between top Indian and Chinese officials since the Doklam stand-off became public, national security adviser (NSA) Ajit Doval met state councillor Yang Jiechi here on Thursday, offering the possibility of serious diplomatic efforts to de-escalate the confrontation. Yang, who as China's state councillor overseeing foreign affairs occupies a powerful and influential position in the state council, is a nominee in the India-China special representative level dialogue with NSA Doval. Indications of how the bilateral meeting went on Thursday could be gleaned by the commentary released by China's official Xinhua news agency which sent out a conciliatory signal just before Doval is expected to meet Chinese president Xi Jinping on Friday. The news agency spoke of the need to enhance mutual trust between the two countries because they are “not born rivals“. The comments released by the official Xinhua news agency made a strong plea to avoid the possibility of a war. “Most economies, including those in the West, will find themselves negatively affected by an India-China war in a globalised and intertwined world today,“ it said. In Delhi, the Indian government reminded China of the agreements on peace and tranquility that go back to 1993. Yang also held separate meetings with security officials of three other countries on the sidelines of a security dialogue of BRICS nations. He discussed issues con cerning bilateral relations, international and regional issues and multilateral affairs with the visiting security officials, the official Xinhua news agency said. The remarks are a contrast to the hectoring tone in the comments published in publications like Global Times that are seen to reflect the views of the government. China's official spokespersons have accused India of trespassing into Chinese territory , ignoring India's protests that the face-off near the Sikkim-Tibet-Bhutan trijunction has been caused by unilateral attempts by China to alter the ground position. There are signs that the two neighbours might be able to scale down tensions that have spiked following China's bid to build a road through a plateau in Bhutanese territory . This is the first time in weeks that the official media ran a commentary without de manding withdrawal of Indian troops from the disputed Doklam region. China has so far been insisting that troop withdrawal is a pre-condition to a “meaningful dialogue“. “The recent border issue between the two countries shows a lack of strategic trust on the Indian side,“ Xinhua said. It is not China but a set of problems common to all developing countries like corruption, a lack of quality education and healthcare that is holding back India. “India must understand that China wishes what's good for the Indian people and would love to see a strong India standing shoulder by shoulder with China,“ Xinhua, which reflects the government's thinking said, giving an emotional touch to the vexed relationship. “Instead of being rivals, India and China have much more common ground, common interests and common aspirations. Both as developing countries, the two need to work together on important issues like fighting climate change, protectionism and the financial privileges of Washington,“ Xinhua said. Doval is in Beijing to attend a dialogue of BRICS nations. “Hopefully , wisdom will guide the two countries to common prosperity ,“ it said, adding that “Both China and India need to enhance communication and nurture trust between them... the two are not born rivals and that harboring ill will against each other is dangerous,“ it added. Thanks for watching. Subscribe to our channel. Thanks for watching. This is World Conspiracy Daily WC Daily If you have any points comment below. Production: Hades Pictures Music By : Kevin MacLeod Rynos Theme Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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The Spark: Why India is wrong on border issues with China?

The Spark: Why India is wrong on border issues with China?

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Hello, everyone! Welcome to The Spark, Xinhua's brand new talk show. Today we are going to talk about why India is wrong on border issue with China. The recent standoff in Doklam area between China and India is a wrong move made by the Indian side based on wrong judgments. Although China has displayed utmost restraint so far, the situation can turn dangerous if India continues to make provocative actions.
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China Xinhua News   Robot

China Xinhua News Robot

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Φανταστικό Ρομπότ! Incredible Robot! China Xinhua News original video https://www.facebook.com/XinhuaNewsAgency/videos/1313015375392570/
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Music Video: The Belt and Road is How

Music Video: The Belt and Road is How

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The future's coming now, the Belt and Road is how. Music video illustrates how #BeltandRoad initiative proposed by China works.
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BASIC CHIINESE, HOW IS BUSINESS TODAY, Xinhua Market, Shanghai, 2013 (30 min=

BASIC CHIINESE, HOW IS BUSINESS TODAY, Xinhua Market, Shanghai, 2013 (30 min=

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BASIC CHINESE How is business today ? Xin Hua Market 98 Anshun Lu, Shanghai, 2013 approx. 45 min, video, Camera: Xu Meng, Starring Xin Hua Market sales personal and Rainer Ganahl. Subtitles Liu Ya-Nan and Rainer Ganahl This video was specifically made for this occasion, i.e. at Xin Hua Market where the gallery is located as if it were a regular market booth. The film consists of a series of short interviews with vendors from Xin Hua market. This market is a classical quasi-traditional Shanghai Market where things are cheap, hygienic standards low and many clients poor. It is not a market place which is frequented by the new German car driving well off Shanghai middle class. This not so busy market place looks doomed to disappear sooner than later for some new sky high developments like anything else in Shanghai with clean, proper sanitized market halls, not necessarily catering to the remaining poor people of the neighborhood.. The interviews are short and are all based around the question "How is business today?" as if a lesson taken from Ganahl's study material. Like a reporter, the artist asks people about their business, their business history and their opinion about the market. In certain instances depending on the situation personal questions about kids and so on were asked spontaneously. Surprisingly enough, one lady selling raw meet has her daughters study in US colleges something one wouldn't expect given the economics involved in such an operation that seemed not to be supported by her business model and the general impression of that low income market. Ganahl, who is an autodidact and has been mostly learning Chinese on his own as part of his fine art practice conducted all interviews in his limited Chinese and was aided by his camera man Xu Meng who helped out when necessary. thanks to Paul Devautour and Yiland Xia for hosting me in their space BCP, Shanghai and Liu Yanan for helping me with subtiteling. (not edited yet) Many thanks and good business wished to all the interview partners in Shangai
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Trump Sends WARSHIP to SOUTH CHINA SEA to Scare Xi Jinping

Trump Sends WARSHIP to SOUTH CHINA SEA to Scare Xi Jinping

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Trump Sends WARSHIP to SOUTH CHINA SEA to Scare Xi Jinping On Sunday, the missile destroyer USS Stethem “trespassed China’s territorial waters off the Xisha Islands”, Xinhua news agency reported. China has scrambled naval ships and military jets to “warn off” a US missile destroyer sailing close to an artificial island built by it in the disputed South China Sea and denounced Washington’s move as a “serious political and military provocation”. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said in a statement late last night that China had dispatched military vessels and fighter planes in response to warn off the US vessel. On Sunday, the missile destroyer USS Stethem “trespassed China’s territorial waters off the Xisha Islands”, state run Xinhua news agency reported.
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China Expands Media Reach with English Language News Channel, Digital Media Push

China Expands Media Reach with English Language News Channel, Digital Media Push

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Chinese news is expanding. Xinhua News Agency recently launched a 24-hour English-language news channel for broadcast worldwide. And China's largest state-run broadcaster, CCTV, is expanding its global broadcasts in several languages. Beijing has long complained that Western media coverage is biased against China. Media watchers here in the United States view China's state controlled media as propaganda. VOA's Laurel Bowman met the owners of a Washington-based company that is helping China reach a more Western audience.
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Xinhua correspondent discloses Japanese rightwing hotel

Xinhua correspondent discloses Japanese rightwing hotel

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A Japanese hotel chain named APA has sparked great anger on social media recently for allegedly placing books in its rooms, which denied that the Nanjing Massacre and the forced recruitment of "comfort women" ever happened. In response to the incident, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying on Tuesday urged the Japanese government to ensure that Japanese people are exposed to authoritative versions of history. Despite the protest, the APA hotel chain has refused to withdraw the books which distorted history from the guest rooms.
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Futuristic straddling bus allows cars running underneath

Futuristic straddling bus allows cars running underneath

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Tired of traffic jams and tail gas? The design of electric "straddling buses" lets cars drive underneath them, and can help reduce air pollution. Also known as land airbus, the new invention is less costly than subway systems.
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Awesome! China's futuristic "straddling bus" launches 1st road test

Awesome! China's futuristic "straddling bus" launches 1st road test

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China's Transit Elevated Bus (TEB) went through a road test in north China's Hebei Province on Tuesday. The passenger compartment rises far above other vehicles on the road, allowing cars to pass underneath. The test-run tried to simulate real traffic conditions with one bus compartment traveling at a speed of 10 km per hour on a section of a 300-meter-long test track.
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China's Xinhua in NYC Times Square - Students for a Free Tibet Takes Action ★★★★★

China's Xinhua in NYC Times Square - Students for a Free Tibet Takes Action ★★★★★

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The following Media Advisory is provided by Students for a Free Tibet: Media Advisory: Tibetans, New Yorkers to Protest China's State-Run Media Ad in Times Square CHINA'S "CENSORSHIP AGENCY" NOT WELCOME IN THE BIG APPLE New York -- Tibetans and their supporters will gather in Times Square this morning from 9:00am -- 11:00am to protest the unveiling of a 60 by 40 foot advertisement for Xinhua, China's state-run media agency. Xinhua is the Chinese Communist Party's official propaganda mouthpiece and is reviled by Tibetans, Uyghurs, Chinese dissidents and all who reject Beijing's totalitarian control over information. "By purchasing one of the most expensive and high profile advertising locations in America, the Chinese government is attempting to convince the world that it is open and democratic when nothing could be further from the truth," said Tenzin Dorjee, Executive Director of Students for a Free Tibet. "Xinhua is China's main censorship agency. It is anti-free speech, anti-democracy, anti-freedom and stands against everything Americans value and cherish. But in this information age, Xinhua's attempt to whitewash China's repression in Tibet, East Turkestan, Southern Mongolia, and in China itself, is doomed to fail." WHAT: Protest for freedom and against China's media censorship WHEN: Monday, August 1st, 2011 from 9:00-11:00am WHERE: Times Square (7th Ave and 46th Street)
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Xinhua Links Bo Xilai to Wang Lijun Trial

Xinhua Links Bo Xilai to Wang Lijun Trial

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The bizarre story of Wang Lijun's dead of night escape to a US Consulate to seek asylum was because his boss slapped him. At least that's according to Chinese state-run Xinhua News Agency. Xinhua published today a detailed account of Tuesday's hearing against Chongqing's former police chief. It was the first time his former boss, Bo Xilai, has been linked to his wife's murder of a British businessman. Wang Lijun reportedly admitted to helping cover up Gu Kailai's murder of Neil Heywood. When he later mentioned the murder with the quote "principle person" in charge of the city—ie, Bo Xilai—Bo slapped him across the face. This apparently prompted Wang, well versed in marital arts, to flee to the US Consulate in Chengdu on February 6th. During his brief stay there, Xinhua reported Wang applied for political asylum. US officials had previously denied Wang sought asylum. Gu Kailai was tried and convicted in August for Heywood's murder. Bo Xilai's name was not mentioned in those court proceedings. With state-run media now officially linking Bo to the case, it appears Communist Party leaders are ready to make the next move against him. Bo was sacked as Chongqing's Party Secretary in March. So far, he's only been reported as under investigation for Party disciplinary violations. Wang Lijun faced two days of hearings this week—one held in secret—over charges of defection, bending the law for personal gains, abuse of power and taking bribes. Xinhua reports Wang admitted to all of the charges. 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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INDIA is getting Ready To BATTLE CHINA in the Border Issue with its Military

INDIA is getting Ready To BATTLE CHINA in the Border Issue with its Military

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INDIA is getting Ready To BATTLE CHINA in the Border Issue with its Military . India is Getting ready to BATTLE CHINA in Sikkim Issue with its Military . India is Getting ready to BATTLE China in Sikkim Issue with its Army . Chinese army carrying army exercises in Tibet . Chinese army carrying army exercises near Indian Border . India is ready for war with China . War tension on India - China border - TV9 . NEW DELHI Notwithstanding rise in China's power and military strength, Nathu La is physiologically a weak spot for the People's Liberation Army, akin to the Sino-Vietnam border, having lost to the Indian and Vietnamese counterparts in 1967 and 1979, respectively. The Indian military, overcoming the loss in 1962, had dealt a severe blow to PLA in 1967 in Nathu La sector that resulted in the death of 400 Chinese soldiers, a fact neither debated in Beijing nor Delhi. The Vietnamese Army had dealt a similar blow to PLA in 1979 along the Sino-Vietnam border merely four years after unification of Vietnam. The Nathu La and Cho La clashes, (September 11-14, 1967 for Nathu La; October 1, 1967 for Cho La) were a series of clashes between India and China along the Sikkim border. According to an Sino-Indian expert, the conflict ended with the defeat of China. Indian troops drove back the attacking forces. Many PLA fortifications at Nathu La were destroyed. Starting from August 13, 1967, Chinese troops started digging trenches in Nathu La across the Indian border. After Indian troops observed that some trenches were inside Sikkim, it asked the local Chinese commander to withdraw from the then Indian protectorate state. On October 1, 1967, another clash between India and China took place at Cho La, a few km north of Nathu La. According to the Indian government version with which neutral experts concur, the clash was initiated by the Chinese troops after a scuffle between the two, when the Chinese troops infiltrated into Sikkim, claimed the pass and questioned the position of Indian troops. According to the defence ministry, 88 Indian Army personnel were killed and 163 wounded while China lost 340 soldiers and 450 were wounded during the two incidents. China, however, claimed a lower number of casualties. According to s cholar John Garver, Professor Emeritus in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology after the Nathu La incident, Indian concerns were roused about China's intentions regarding Sikkim. Garver also said that India was "quite pleased with the combat performance of its forces in the Nathu La clashes, seeing it as signaling dramatic improvement since 1962 war". According to another scholar, Taylor Fravel, these incidents demonstrated the effects of China's "insecurity" on the use of force. In BEIJING Amid the Sikkim standoff, the Chinese Army is carrying out exercises simulating real battle scenarios at high-altitude areas in Tibet, testing new equipment, including a light battle tank. The exercises were being carried at an altitude of 5,100 metres, the Chinese language service of the state-run Xinhua news agency reported from the Tibetan capital Lhasa. Besides testing the new equipment, the exercises involve conducting live firing exercises. The exercises also involve combat operations command, combat synergies, live fire shooting training, and comprehensive inspection of arms integration, the report said. The simulation also involves offensive and defensive training. Last week, Chinese Defence spokesman Colonel Wu Qin told the media here that the trials of the tank, reportedly weighing about 35 tonnes, were taking place during military exercises. China Accuses India Of 'Betrayal' On Sikkim Border . Xinhua has also released photos of the exercises on its website. The exercises were being held in the backdrop of heightened India-China tensions at Dokalam area in the Sikkim sector. China and India have been engaged in a standoff in the Dokalam area near the Bhutan tri-junction for the past three weeks after a construction party of the Chinese Army attempted to build a road. Doka La is the Indian name for the region which Bhutan recognises as Dokalam, while China claims it as part of its Donglang region. Thanks for watching. Subscribe to our channel. Thanks for watching. This is World Conspiracy Daily WC Daily If you have any points comment below. Production: Hades Pictures Music By : Kevin MacLeod Hitman Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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World Water Day Report from Xinhua

World Water Day Report from Xinhua

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Xinhua's foreign correspondents: How we report China's "Two Sessions"

Xinhua's foreign correspondents: How we report China's "Two Sessions"

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Two of Xinhua News Agency's foreign correspondents are covering China's "Two Sessions" for the first time. And they share with us their experience.
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