China News Broadcast, November 29, 2012:

Created: 2012-11-29 18:18 EST

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In today’s NTD China News, the Chinese regime is allowing its police to board foreign vessels in the disputed waters at the South China Sea.

The Philippines has joined Vietnam in refusing to stamp new Chinese passports containing a map they say infringes upon their sovereignty.

Zhu Ruifeng, the man who released the sex tape that led to the sacking of Chongqing official Lei Zhengfu, says he has received death threats for his actions.

Burmese police has broken up a protest at a copper mine that’s jointly-owned by a Chinese arms manufacturer and Burma’s former military junta.

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying is facing calls to step down, after admitting he knew about the illegal structures at his home.

Taiwanese lawmakers say NTD’s co-produced documentary, Free China: The Courage to Believe, provides the type of information on human rights abuses in China that Taiwanese media is lacking.

A UK-based environmental group says Chinese authorities are turning a blind eye to massive deforestation in Africa and some Asian nations to satisfy Chinese demand for lumber.

Pop diva and actress Jennifer Lopez performed in Hong Kong on Wednesday, as part of her Dance Again World Tour.
 

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