China News Broadcast, May 17, 2013: Japan's NK Visit, Tibet Suppression Manual
Created: 2013-05-17 19:45 EST
Category: NTD China News Daily Broadcast
In today’s NTD China News, a Japanese envoy arrived in Beijing today, after paying a mysterious trip to North Korea.
Greece’s Prime Minister met with Chinese leader Xi Jinping in Beijing, as the economically embattled European country looks to be pulled out of the slump.
Products from China have topped the EU alert list for hazardous goods.
A Tibetan group has obtained a manual issued by Sichuan authorities, meant to help armed police deal with psychological issues related with suppressing Tibetans.
Dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has put on a new art exhibit, making a map of China with cans of infant formula. It’s to mark China’s toxic milk scandal that has shot down consumer confidence in domestically produced milk.
At least 33 people have died in China after heavy rainfall lashed nine provinces.
A train derailment in Hong Kong has left 62 people injured.
A look at an incident five years ago in Flushing, New York, that showed how the Chinese Communist Party seeks to exert its influence overseas to further the persecution of the Falun Gong spiritual practice.
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