• 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
  • Top 10 Best Universities In China

    Top universities in china . Us news best global universities top universities in china . Us news best global universities usnews education best global universities china "" " .Googleusercontent search. .. Global score. #. Peking university. .. Global score. #. Tsinghua university. .. Global score. #. Fudan university. .. Global score. #. Zhejiang university. .. Global score. #. University of science and technology of china. .. Global score. #. Shanghai jiao tong university. .. Global score. Top universities out of , colleges and universities wuhan university (), , , , , , , , , , , top colleges and universities in china by the icu university web , university of science and technology of china , sun yat sen university , tsinghua university. Peking university. Fudan university. Nanjing uni...

    published: 24 Aug 2016
  • A Free School- School gives hope to poor Bangladesh Child-Xinhua News Agency Documentary

    AFS is now serving free education with materials including free books and other study materials from their own pocket money which they get from parents and by teaching children of rich families privately. For Help n support to Poor child: Contact person: rarmdpur@yahoo.com, +8801917944066 Skype@ jewel9191

    published: 31 May 2014
  • Inside China's sports schools in search for next Olympic star

    Inside China's sports schools in search for next Olympic star Heartbreaking images of a child crying have emerged from a children's school in China, a country where in the past, young children have been placed in schools designed to train future Olympic champions. It's one of many pictures captured in sporting schools across China of young children being put through gruelling training routines at ages as young as six. However, things are changing in the country as demographics shift as the country grows more prosperous and a larger focus is placed on different forms of education. China's sports system has been enormously successful since the country returned to the Olympic fold in 1980, culminating with the host nation topping the medals' table at the 2008 Beijing Olympics with only a sl...

    published: 19 May 2016
  • Xinhua interviews Language Systems

    Xinhua, the largest media company in China, visited the Start-Up Chile office in Santiago to interview Echo Yao and David Lancashire who compose the Language Systems team. Language Systems is a company made up of Popup Chinese (teaching Chinese to English speakers) and Chino Ahora, the recently launched project to teach Chinese to native Spanish speakers. www.startupchile.org/projects/languagesystems www.chinoahora.com

    published: 07 Apr 2011
  • Xinhua proposes greater media role in promoting understanding

    President of China's Xinhua News Agency Cai Mingzhao on Monday stressed media's role in promoting understanding and friendship among the public of BRICS countries. Cai made the remarks while meeting separately with N. Ram, chairman and publisher of The Hindu Group of Newspapers, and Mikhail Gusman, first deputy director general of TASS Russian News Agency, who are in Beijing to attend the first BRICS Media Summit. Cai said the BRICS countries-- Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, are representatives of developing and emerging economies, and they face similar missions in development. Leaders of 25 media groups from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa are to attend the first BRICS Media Summit, slated for Tuesday in Beijing. The BRICS Media Summit is intended to prom...

    published: 30 Nov 2015
  • FMS Nanjing Experience

    This video is regards to a group of Ngee Ann Polytechnic students from the school of Film and Media Studies sharing their experience in their recent exchange trip to Nanjing. They have many rare opportunities to visit various agencies learning such as XinHua Press Agency, Ogilvy, etc. They even get to see some on-set filming by professionals as well. Thus, from this trip, they definitely able to apply all the skills and knowledge learnt from this Nanjing Exchange Trip in their school daily work as well as their future careers. As such, this video is a short summary of students sharing their experiences and memories when they attended this Nanjing Exchange Trip.

    published: 03 Nov 2015
  • Why People Call Ivanka Trump a Goddess in China

    First daughter Ivanka Trump is called the "goddess Yi Wan Ka" Trump in China. Xinhua, China's official news agency, has described Ivanka as having an "elegant and poised style." Ivanka posted a photo on Instagram Wednesday with her 1-year-old son, Theodore, who is seen playing with blocks with Chinese letters. Her 5-year-old daughter, Arabella, has a viral video showing her speaking Mandarin. Arabella was recently invited with Ivanka to the Chinese embassy in Washington.

    published: 06 Apr 2017
  • Xinhua Capital PROMO

    A small advertisement video made for a local restaurant in Islamabad, Pakistan as part of a marketing campaign.

    published: 08 Jul 2015
  • Welcome to Anhui University

    This video is about a general introduction of Anhui University. Want to study in Anhui University? Why not start to apply in our website - SICAS(www.sicas.cn)

    published: 18 May 2016
  • What if China and Taiwan Went To War?

    Why Do China And Taiwan Hate Each Other? http://testu.be/1HhwKNY Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml China and Taiwan are creating new bridges after a rocky history. But what would happen if their relations went sour? Learn More: The Chinese Revolution and Creation of Taiwan: History & Timeline http://study.com/academy/lesson/the-chinese-revolution-and-creation-of-taiwan-history-timeline.html "In this lesson we explore the long struggle between the Kuomintang and the Chinese Communist Party before, during, and after WWII, and the subsequent creation of Taiwan after the communist victory." Text of China's anti-secession law http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/4347555.stm "This is the full text of China's so-called anti-secession law, promulgated on 14 March 2005, and released by t...

    published: 10 Nov 2015
  • 王新华 擒拿 Wang Xinhua Arm lock. Kung Fu.Chin Na

    published: 21 Apr 2016
  • Scholar on latest developments

    1. Professor Zhu Xianlong, deputy Director of Taiwan Study Institute of Beijing United University walking past the sign of the Institute 2. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Professor Zhu Xianlong, deputy director of Taiwan Study Institute of Beijing United University: "The crisis (across the Taiwan Strait) has not been fully eliminated, and the situation now might be compared to a giant bomb which is buried under Straits relations. Though the igniter of the bomb is for now temporarily defused, the explosive is still there." 3. Wide of exterior of the office building of Chinese State Council Taiwan Affairs office 4. Close up sign of Chinese State Council Taiwan Affairs Office 5. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Professor Zhu Xianlong, deputy director of Taiwan Study Institute of Beijing United University: ...

    published: 04 Aug 2015
  • 3D Printing of a small Jet Engine

    Professor Xinhua Wu, Director of the Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing, is an internationally recognised leader in her field who also heads the ARC Centre of Excellence for Design in Light Metals. http://monash.edu.au/news/show/research-and-industry-unite-to-revitalise-australias-manufacturing-industry

    published: 19 Nov 2014
  • China Rural School Oral History -- Tu Wedding Customs

    Tianzhu County, Gansu Province is one of the birthplace of Tu ethnicity, Tu was formed in the late Yuan Dynasty and early Ming Dynasty at the latest, known as the "rainbow nation". With a long history, its wedding custom is grand and lively with complicated protocol. The wedding ceremony songs have more than 20 kinds of lyrics. On 6th of the first Lunar month, 2014, as part of Evergreen Education Foundation small project "Tu Folk Customs", Tianzhu Xinhua Middle School student Kang Xin and his father came to Shimen Village, Shimen Town, record the entire wedding ceremony of the groom SaiMaHuanJue and the bride NaoRenCao. The Colorful Dance Feast--- Tu Wedding Customs /Gansu Tianzhu Xinhua Middle School Evergreen Library Project, 20 min (Language: Chinese, Subtitle: Chinese) 《七彩的歌舞盛宴——土族婚俗》/...

    published: 16 Jan 2016
  • Xinhua robot reporter talks to students at Peking University

    As China marks Youth Day on May 4th, Xinhua's robot reporter "Inspire" visits Peking University and talks to students.

    published: 04 May 2017
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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Top 10 Best Universities In China

Top 10 Best Universities In China

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Top universities in china . Us news best global universities top universities in china . Us news best global universities usnews education best global universities china "" " .Googleusercontent search. .. Global score. #. Peking university. .. Global score. #. Tsinghua university. .. Global score. #. Fudan university. .. Global score. #. Zhejiang university. .. Global score. #. University of science and technology of china. .. Global score. #. Shanghai jiao tong university. .. Global score. Top universities out of , colleges and universities wuhan university (), , , , , , , , , , , top colleges and universities in china by the icu university web , university of science and technology of china , sun yat sen university , tsinghua university. Peking university. Fudan university. Nanjing university. Beijing normal university. Zhejiang university. Wuhan university. Sun yat sen university check top china university ranking and apply top universit on cucas! . Top financial universities in china applied by high school graduates best chinese universities ranking overall ranking . About best chinese university of electronic science and technology of china. , ., ., china university ranking provides the top universities ranking in china. . Nanjing university. . University of science and technology of china. , china's program of investment in higher education over the past decades is beginning to pay dividends, said higher education data specialists , a latest ranking of the best universities on the chinese mainland has been released by zuihaodaxue , a website specializing in this service learn the ranking of the best university and business school in china. Make the , . Shanghai institute of foreign trade (sift) business school. , , . , . Universities in civil engineering. Introduction top chinese universities in civil engineering for international students to select the best university jiangsu university is a teaching and research oriented comprehensive university in china. It is one of the first group of universities that offer master and doctoral , the uk is well represented outside the top , with universities in the top . China presents ample opportunities to study at a top ranked top china universities for economics study. As we all known, the famous universities in china are numerous. And according to some basic rules such as the there are around medical schools in china in which nearly medical colleges in china admit. International students. Students looking for admission in , university of cambridge, united kingdom, , , , , , , , , , . , shanghai jiao tong university, china, , , , , , , before commenting on universities themselves, i think it is important to see if the ranking on why does china have engineering universities which rank in top in the world? top engineering universities in the world. Updatecancel
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A Free School- School gives hope to poor Bangladesh Child-Xinhua News Agency Documentary

A Free School- School gives hope to poor Bangladesh Child-Xinhua News Agency Documentary

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AFS is now serving free education with materials including free books and other study materials from their own pocket money which they get from parents and by teaching children of rich families privately. For Help n support to Poor child: Contact person: rarmdpur@yahoo.com, +8801917944066 Skype@ jewel9191
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Inside China's sports schools in search for next Olympic star

Inside China's sports schools in search for next Olympic star

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  • Updated: 19 May 2016
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Inside China's sports schools in search for next Olympic star Heartbreaking images of a child crying have emerged from a children's school in China, a country where in the past, young children have been placed in schools designed to train future Olympic champions. It's one of many pictures captured in sporting schools across China of young children being put through gruelling training routines at ages as young as six. However, things are changing in the country as demographics shift as the country grows more prosperous and a larger focus is placed on different forms of education. China's sports system has been enormously successful since the country returned to the Olympic fold in 1980, culminating with the host nation topping the medals' table at the 2008 Beijing Olympics with only a slight dip into second place behind the United States in London four years later. Fewer parents are willing to let their children endure gruelling training routines, leading to a fall in student numbers. Some schools have closed and others are adjusting the way they work. The number of sport schools is down from 3,687 in 1990, government numbers show. At Shanghai's No.1 Children's Sports School Pudong New Area where the change is unfolding, the school's party committee secretary, Huang Qin, said: 'In the 1980s and 1990s, schools like ours were extremely attractive'. '(But) parents are less willing now to send their child to sports schools The school's alumni include former Olympians such as hurdler Chen Yanhao and female footballer Xie Huilin.if they perform fairly well in exams...The source of students for sports schools has shrunk as society placed more importance on cultural education.' Debates about the continued relevance of the sports school system began to emerge around the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Huang and other schools said, as emerging tales of difficulties facing retired athletes jarred against rising expectations of education standards among China's booming middle-class. The country's declining birth rate as a result of China's one-child policy has not helped either, along with its cut-throat education system, which sees Chinese students spend twice as much time on homework a day compared to the global average. Beijing responded to these concerns in 2010 by issuing a new policy, known as document 23, ordering sport schools to improve teaching standards and to give more support to retired athletes. At the No.1 Children's Sports School Pudong New Area, Huang said it had improved its teacher training. Three years ago, it also relaxed a 40-year tradition of requiring its entire student cohort to study, train and live full-time on campus. Now, more than half of the school's 700 athletes study at other schools. Of its remaining 300 or so full-time students, about 10 percent live off-campus. Other schools like the Shanghai Yangpu Youth Amateur Athletic School, are going into kindergartens to advertise gymnastics as an after-school play time activity to parents. 'We call it happy gymnastics,' said principal Zhu Zengxiang. At Beijing's Shichahai, adorned with posters extolling the feats of ex-students turned Olympic champions, vice-head Zhang Jing said the school offered 'comprehensive development' and equipped athletes with the skills needed for life after sport. The Shanghai Sports School, whose alumni include former Olympic swimming champion Liu Zige, began in 2012 to reject athletes that did not pass its academic entrance exams, and tells parents it wants to use sports training to educate rather than as an end-goal, according to principal Sheng Maowu. 'A lot of sport schools are moving in this direction...but this is a painful process,' he said. 'At present the existing thought is that education and training are two different routes -- if you want to be a world champion you cannot study. This belief is wrong...and at the end of the day very few become champions.' The government does not publish student enrolment at its sports schools, but there are signs that the changing landscape has already begun to impact China's pool of sporting talent. In April, the China Sports Daily reported that the number of Chinese athletes training to be table tennis players had fallen by almost a quarter since 1987 to 23,266. 'In this changing situation, we must re-examine the traditional training system and model for competitive sports,' Liu Shaonong, head of the table tennis and badminton centre of China's General Administration of Sport, was quoted as saying. Reform, however, is proving slow to take root. In March, a government survey found that some schools inspected across nine cities and provinces did not spend enough money on education, and some local education departments paid little attention to making improvements in line with document 23, according to state media.
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Xinhua interviews Language Systems

Xinhua interviews Language Systems

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Xinhua, the largest media company in China, visited the Start-Up Chile office in Santiago to interview Echo Yao and David Lancashire who compose the Language Systems team. Language Systems is a company made up of Popup Chinese (teaching Chinese to English speakers) and Chino Ahora, the recently launched project to teach Chinese to native Spanish speakers. www.startupchile.org/projects/languagesystems www.chinoahora.com
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Xinhua proposes greater media role in promoting understanding

Xinhua proposes greater media role in promoting understanding

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President of China's Xinhua News Agency Cai Mingzhao on Monday stressed media's role in promoting understanding and friendship among the public of BRICS countries. Cai made the remarks while meeting separately with N. Ram, chairman and publisher of The Hindu Group of Newspapers, and Mikhail Gusman, first deputy director general of TASS Russian News Agency, who are in Beijing to attend the first BRICS Media Summit. Cai said the BRICS countries-- Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, are representatives of developing and emerging economies, and they face similar missions in development. Leaders of 25 media groups from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa are to attend the first BRICS Media Summit, slated for Tuesday in Beijing. The BRICS Media Summit is intended to promote the positive role of media to promote the understanding and friendship among the public of these countries and to make contribution to developing BRICS countries relations.
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FMS Nanjing Experience

FMS Nanjing Experience

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This video is regards to a group of Ngee Ann Polytechnic students from the school of Film and Media Studies sharing their experience in their recent exchange trip to Nanjing. They have many rare opportunities to visit various agencies learning such as XinHua Press Agency, Ogilvy, etc. They even get to see some on-set filming by professionals as well. Thus, from this trip, they definitely able to apply all the skills and knowledge learnt from this Nanjing Exchange Trip in their school daily work as well as their future careers. As such, this video is a short summary of students sharing their experiences and memories when they attended this Nanjing Exchange Trip.
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Why People Call Ivanka Trump a Goddess in China

Why People Call Ivanka Trump a Goddess in China

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First daughter Ivanka Trump is called the "goddess Yi Wan Ka" Trump in China. Xinhua, China's official news agency, has described Ivanka as having an "elegant and poised style." Ivanka posted a photo on Instagram Wednesday with her 1-year-old son, Theodore, who is seen playing with blocks with Chinese letters. Her 5-year-old daughter, Arabella, has a viral video showing her speaking Mandarin. Arabella was recently invited with Ivanka to the Chinese embassy in Washington.
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Xinhua Capital PROMO

Xinhua Capital PROMO

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A small advertisement video made for a local restaurant in Islamabad, Pakistan as part of a marketing campaign.
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Welcome to Anhui University

Welcome to Anhui University

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This video is about a general introduction of Anhui University. Want to study in Anhui University? Why not start to apply in our website - SICAS(www.sicas.cn)
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What if China and Taiwan Went To War?

What if China and Taiwan Went To War?

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Why Do China And Taiwan Hate Each Other? http://testu.be/1HhwKNY Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml China and Taiwan are creating new bridges after a rocky history. But what would happen if their relations went sour? Learn More: The Chinese Revolution and Creation of Taiwan: History & Timeline http://study.com/academy/lesson/the-chinese-revolution-and-creation-of-taiwan-history-timeline.html "In this lesson we explore the long struggle between the Kuomintang and the Chinese Communist Party before, during, and after WWII, and the subsequent creation of Taiwan after the communist victory." Text of China's anti-secession law http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/4347555.stm "This is the full text of China's so-called anti-secession law, promulgated on 14 March 2005, and released by the Xinhua news agency." Time for the US to Get Clear on Taiwan Arms Sales http://thediplomat.com/2015/07/time-for-the-us-to-get-clear-on-taiwan-arms-sales/ "Just as President George W. Bush raised doubts with a much-criticized "freeze" on arms sales to Taiwan, President Barack Obama has raised questions about his adherence to the 1979 Taiwan Relations Act (TRA)." The scope of the Taiwan Policy Act http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/editorials/print/2013/09/07/2003571532 "On Aug. 1, the US House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee unanimously passed a bill entitled the Taiwan Policy Act." Music Track Courtesy of APM Music: "Timepiece" Subscribe to TestTube News! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml _________________________ TestTube News is committed to answering the smart, inquisitive questions we have about life, society, politics and anything else happening in the news. It's a place where curiosity rules and together we'll get a clearer understanding of this crazy world we live in. Watch more TestTube: http://testtube.com/testtubenews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=testtubenetwork TestTube on Twitter https://twitter.com/TestTube Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/TraceDominguez TestTube on Facebook https://facebook.com/testtubenetwork TestTube on Google+ http://gplus.to/TestTube Download the New TestTube iOS app! http://testu.be/1ndmmMq Special thanks to Julia Wilde for hosting TestTube! Check Julia on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Julia_SCI
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王新华 擒拿 Wang Xinhua Arm lock. Kung Fu.Chin Na

王新华 擒拿 Wang Xinhua Arm lock. Kung Fu.Chin Na

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Scholar on latest developments

Scholar on latest developments

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1. Professor Zhu Xianlong, deputy Director of Taiwan Study Institute of Beijing United University walking past the sign of the Institute 2. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Professor Zhu Xianlong, deputy director of Taiwan Study Institute of Beijing United University: "The crisis (across the Taiwan Strait) has not been fully eliminated, and the situation now might be compared to a giant bomb which is buried under Straits relations. Though the igniter of the bomb is for now temporarily defused, the explosive is still there." 3. Wide of exterior of the office building of Chinese State Council Taiwan Affairs office 4. Close up sign of Chinese State Council Taiwan Affairs Office 5. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Professor Zhu Xianlong, deputy director of Taiwan Study Institute of Beijing United University: "After such a disturbance in cross-strait relations, the mainland (Chinese) side not only have lost confidence in the Taiwanese authorities, in Chen Shui-bian and the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), but also have lost confidence in the opposition parties such as the KMT (Kuomintang) and the Qinmintang party. So there is no trust left between the two sides, and the mainland will no longer have any hope in Taiwan. If the bomb explodes on such a situation, the impact of the explosion will be much stronger than the past when the mainland still had a bit of expectation and confidence in Taiwan." 6. Chinese national red flag 7. Soldier guarding the gate of the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office STORYLINE: While the Chinese communist government remains silent on Taiwan's new referendum law, analysts are warning that Taiwan's new referendum law could anger Beijing. Zhu Xianlong, professor of the Institute of Taiwan Study in Beijing United University, likened the situation to a "giant bomb" which remains a constant threat to cross-strait relations. Chinese State media quoted mainland analysts as saying that the measure passed on Thursday "created a legal basis for Taiwan independence", a step that Beijing has said it would oppose by force. Despite such comments, which clearly had official approval, the government made no comment and its Xinhua News Agency carried no reports on the referendum measure. A spokesman for China's Taiwan Affairs Office said on Wednesday that Beijing would "react strongly" to any law allowing unrestricted referenda, which it fears could lead to vote on independence. The vote by Taiwan to let the island's president call a referendum on independence if China attacks came despite weeks of increasingly menacing warnings by Beijing. Taiwan and the mainland have been ruled separately since 1949, but Beijing claims the island as its territory and has threatened to attack if it declares formal independence. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/59c51361d05ea6c5b6f4ef6d11d519af Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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3D Printing of a small Jet Engine

3D Printing of a small Jet Engine

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Professor Xinhua Wu, Director of the Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing, is an internationally recognised leader in her field who also heads the ARC Centre of Excellence for Design in Light Metals. http://monash.edu.au/news/show/research-and-industry-unite-to-revitalise-australias-manufacturing-industry
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China Rural School Oral History -- Tu Wedding Customs

China Rural School Oral History -- Tu Wedding Customs

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Tianzhu County, Gansu Province is one of the birthplace of Tu ethnicity, Tu was formed in the late Yuan Dynasty and early Ming Dynasty at the latest, known as the "rainbow nation". With a long history, its wedding custom is grand and lively with complicated protocol. The wedding ceremony songs have more than 20 kinds of lyrics. On 6th of the first Lunar month, 2014, as part of Evergreen Education Foundation small project "Tu Folk Customs", Tianzhu Xinhua Middle School student Kang Xin and his father came to Shimen Village, Shimen Town, record the entire wedding ceremony of the groom SaiMaHuanJue and the bride NaoRenCao. The Colorful Dance Feast--- Tu Wedding Customs /Gansu Tianzhu Xinhua Middle School Evergreen Library Project, 20 min (Language: Chinese, Subtitle: Chinese) 《七彩的歌舞盛宴——土族婚俗》/甘肃天祝新华中学青树图书馆项目,20分钟 (语言:中文,中文字幕) 甘肃省天祝县是土族的发祥地之一。土族最迟形成于元末明初,被称为“彩虹的民族”。其婚礼习俗源远流长,隆重而热烈,仪式繁缛,婚礼仪式歌有二十多种歌词。2014年农历正月初六,作为青树小型项目“土族民俗”的一部分,天祝新华中学学生康昕和他的父亲来到当地石门镇石门寺村,实录了土族小伙赛麻唤觉和土族姑娘脑仁草的婚礼全过程。
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Xinhua robot reporter talks to students at Peking University

Xinhua robot reporter talks to students at Peking University

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As China marks Youth Day on May 4th, Xinhua's robot reporter "Inspire" visits Peking University and talks to students.
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