• On the frontline: Xinhua reports from battlefield in Sweida, Syria

    The Syrian army says a military operation launched in Sweida targeted Islamic State militants only, which did not violate a truce deal in southern Syria. Xinhua's Hummam Sheikh Ali reports from the battleground in Sweida.

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • Xinhua News - chinese TV report 2017

    Subscribe To Our Channel -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY_TuznFPj1TP-EuUXr3XCA Xinhua News made an article on us then they did this video for their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/XinhuaNewsAgency/videos/1748880695139367/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE Enjoy. ▼ Follow Us! ▼ INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/lwspakmei/ FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/lwspakmei/ www.lwspakmei.com

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  • 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
  • Kabul Boys Parkour - AFG Xinhua news report

    KBP crew is the Founder and Best Parkour team in whole Afghanistan This is the latest documentary and report with China Xinhua news Agency which was very popular among sports news in Afghanistan. You can check our Facebook : Kabul Boys Parkour https://www.facebook.com/KabulBoysParkour/ Jamil sherzad : 0792099104

    published: 10 Apr 2017
  • World Water Day Report from Xinhua

    News report on World Water Day by Xinhua

    published: 08 Apr 2010
  • The Legends of Xinhua News Agency

    The Legends of Xinhua News Agency is a film describing the history of the Xinhua News Agency, the official press agency of the People's Republic of China. We are listed in Hong Kong via 8356.HK. Visit us at http://cncworld.tv/

    published: 08 Jun 2012
  • On the frontline: Iraqi forces push toward last ISIS holdouts in Mosul

    On the frontline: Final push to drive ISIS militants from their last pockets of control in Mosul, Iraq's second city. Xinhua correspondents report from a district 200 meters from the battlefield, where gunshots could clearly be heard. (Video streamed via Facebook Live)

    published: 28 Jun 2017
  • China Xinhua News6

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  • Urumchidiki Qirghinchiliq 1

    China's Xinjiang hit by violence The city of Urumqi in China's restive Xinjiang region has been hit by violence with cars burned and traffic blocked, Chinese state media says. An unspecified number of people also attacked passers-by and damaged property, Xinhua news agency said. Police had rushed to the area to maintain order, the agency said. Xinjiang, in the far west of China, is home to about eight million Muslim Uighurs, some of whom want independence. The Xinhua report did not say how many people were involved, or suggest a motive. But an eyewitness told a Reuters source in Beijing that the rioters were Uighurs, numbering in their thousands. Uighur activists in Japan and Germany said the same - and said that there had been arrests, AFP news agency said. ...

    published: 05 Jul 2009
  • 85 years of Xinhua News Agency

    Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday sent a letter congratulating Xinhua News Agency on the 85th anniversary of its founding. In his letter, President Xi, who is also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, said that Xinhua, a news organization set up and led by the CPC, plays a preeminent role in the Party's media work.

    published: 09 Nov 2016
  • China Xinhua News Leaders take family photo at Belt and Road forum 05/15/2017

    published: 16 May 2017
  • China's gymnastic team faces questions over age of three young stars

    SHOTLIST FILE: May 14, 2008 Tianjin 1. Teenage gymnast He Kexin training at pre-Olympic camp 2. Wide of coaches 3. He during training 4. Cutaway of coach 5. He during training August 15, 2008 Beijing, China 6. SOUNDBITE (english) Arne Ljungqvist , IOC Medical Commission: "This is a problem when you have an age limit, that there is a temptation for manipulation. How to prove that is scientifically very difficult. There are means and ways of establishing the age or the supposed age of a person, but it is not an absolutely scientifically accurate and legally accurate way of doing it. It will be plus or minus one or two years and it can also be manipulated." FILE: May 2008 Tianjin 7. He training at pre-Olympic camp at Tianjin STORYLINE China's gymnastics team is facing ques...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Xinhua TV Economy Report May 14, 2010

    published: 08 Jun 2010
  • Xinhua News Agency - Kinesisk kulturdag på TV i Kina

    (Courtesy of the CNC World TV channel run by China's Xinhua News Agency) Kinesisk kulturdag ble arrangert på Dokkhuset lørdag 9. februar i forbindelse med kinesisk nyttår og overgang til slangens år. Kinesisk kulturdag ble en kjempesuksess. Det var mange besøkende på alle aktiviteter. To journalister fra Xinhua News Agency, Kinas største nyhetsbyrå, var tilstede for å dekke arrangementet. Tekst, bilder og nyhetsvideo ble spredt i Kina. I 2005 ble det etablert et vennskapssamarbeid mellom Sør-Trøndelag og Chongqing i Kina. Kinasatsingen har høy prioritet i Sør-Trøndelag fylkeskommunes internasjonale strategi. Sør-Trøndelag fylkeskommune har tatt initiativ til å markere kinesisk nyttår 2013 i Trondheim, i samarbeid med Trondheim kommune og CSSA (kinesisk student- og forskerforening i Trond...

    published: 12 Mar 2013
  • 12 dead in China violence, Xinhua reports

    http://www.euronews.net/ The Xinhua news agency said 12 people have died in riots near the north-western city of Kashgar in Xinjiang province. The agency said rioters killed 10 people, while police shot dead two of the rioters. The report did not say why the violence broke out.

    published: 29 Feb 2012
  • Hu Defends Diaoyu Islands—Xinhua Revises Report Twice

    Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews September 9Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Chairman Hu Jintao attended the 20th APEC Leaders' Informal Meeting. During this period, Hu and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda had a 15-minute conversation. Hu made known to Noda, China's stance on the current Sino-Japanese relations and on the Diaoyu Islands issue. Outside views say, Hu's words showed the toughest stance by the CCP on the Diaoyu Islands (Senkaku Islands) issue Hu's tough attitude is causing difficulties for the CCP's mouthpiece media, the Xinhua News Agency. Initially at 12:35, Xinhua News Agency reported that, at the APEC Leaders' Informal Meeting, CCP leader Hu Jintao had "solemnly pointed out" to Ja...

    published: 11 Sep 2012
On the frontline: Xinhua reports from battlefield in Sweida, Syria

On the frontline: Xinhua reports from battlefield in Sweida, Syria

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The Syrian army says a military operation launched in Sweida targeted Islamic State militants only, which did not violate a truce deal in southern Syria. Xinhua's Hummam Sheikh Ali reports from the battleground in Sweida.
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Xinhua News - chinese TV report 2017

Xinhua News - chinese TV report 2017

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Subscribe To Our Channel -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY_TuznFPj1TP-EuUXr3XCA Xinhua News made an article on us then they did this video for their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/XinhuaNewsAgency/videos/1748880695139367/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE Enjoy. ▼ Follow Us! ▼ INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/lwspakmei/ FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/lwspakmei/ www.lwspakmei.com
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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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Kabul Boys Parkour - AFG Xinhua news report

Kabul Boys Parkour - AFG Xinhua news report

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KBP crew is the Founder and Best Parkour team in whole Afghanistan This is the latest documentary and report with China Xinhua news Agency which was very popular among sports news in Afghanistan. You can check our Facebook : Kabul Boys Parkour https://www.facebook.com/KabulBoysParkour/ Jamil sherzad : 0792099104
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World Water Day Report from Xinhua

World Water Day Report from Xinhua

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The Legends of Xinhua News Agency

The Legends of Xinhua News Agency

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The Legends of Xinhua News Agency is a film describing the history of the Xinhua News Agency, the official press agency of the People's Republic of China. We are listed in Hong Kong via 8356.HK. Visit us at http://cncworld.tv/
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On the frontline: Iraqi forces push toward last ISIS holdouts in Mosul

On the frontline: Iraqi forces push toward last ISIS holdouts in Mosul

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On the frontline: Final push to drive ISIS militants from their last pockets of control in Mosul, Iraq's second city. Xinhua correspondents report from a district 200 meters from the battlefield, where gunshots could clearly be heard. (Video streamed via Facebook Live)
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China Xinhua News6

China Xinhua News6

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Urumchidiki Qirghinchiliq 1

Urumchidiki Qirghinchiliq 1

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China's Xinjiang hit by violence The city of Urumqi in China's restive Xinjiang region has been hit by violence with cars burned and traffic blocked, Chinese state media says. An unspecified number of people also attacked passers-by and damaged property, Xinhua news agency said. Police had rushed to the area to maintain order, the agency said. Xinjiang, in the far west of China, is home to about eight million Muslim Uighurs, some of whom want independence. The Xinhua report did not say how many people were involved, or suggest a motive. But an eyewitness told a Reuters source in Beijing that the rioters were Uighurs, numbering in their thousands. Uighur activists in Japan and Germany said the same - and said that there had been arrests, AFP news agency said. China enforces tight controls in Xinjiang and rejects calls from its Muslim Uighur people for self-rule. The US state department accuses Beijing of human rights abuses in the region. In a report released earlier this year, it said that "severe cultural and religious repression" of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang had increased. Dissidents were being detained and harassed, and tight controls on freedom of speech and the internet were being maintained, it said. Uighur separatists, meanwhile, have waged a low-level campaign against Chinese rule for decades and there are sporadic outbreaks of violence. But campaigners accuse China of exaggerating the threat to justify tough security clampdowns in the region.
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85 years of Xinhua News Agency

85 years of Xinhua News Agency

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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday sent a letter congratulating Xinhua News Agency on the 85th anniversary of its founding. In his letter, President Xi, who is also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, said that Xinhua, a news organization set up and led by the CPC, plays a preeminent role in the Party's media work.
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China Xinhua News Leaders take family photo at Belt and Road forum 05/15/2017

China Xinhua News Leaders take family photo at Belt and Road forum 05/15/2017

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China's gymnastic team faces questions over age of three young stars

China's gymnastic team faces questions over age of three young stars

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SHOTLIST FILE: May 14, 2008 Tianjin 1. Teenage gymnast He Kexin training at pre-Olympic camp 2. Wide of coaches 3. He during training 4. Cutaway of coach 5. He during training August 15, 2008 Beijing, China 6. SOUNDBITE (english) Arne Ljungqvist , IOC Medical Commission: "This is a problem when you have an age limit, that there is a temptation for manipulation. How to prove that is scientifically very difficult. There are means and ways of establishing the age or the supposed age of a person, but it is not an absolutely scientifically accurate and legally accurate way of doing it. It will be plus or minus one or two years and it can also be manipulated." FILE: May 2008 Tianjin 7. He training at pre-Olympic camp at Tianjin STORYLINE China's gymnastics team is facing questions over the age of three of its young stars. One of the trio is He Kexin. She was on the Chinese team that beat the United States on Wednesday and clinched China's first women's team Olympic gold in gymnastics. The youngster is also favourite to clinch gold in Monday's uneven bars final. But just nine months before the Beijing Olympics, the Chinese government's news agency, Xinhua, reported the gymnast was 13, which would have made her ineligible to compete in the Olympics. In its report November 3, Xinhua identified He as one of "10 big new stars" who made a splash at China's Cities Games. It gave her age as 13 and reported that she beat Yang Yilin on the uneven bars at those games. The Associated Press found the Xinhua report on the site Thursday morning and saved a copy of the page. Later that afternoon, the Web site was still working but the page was no longer accessible. Sports editors at the state-run news agency would not comment for publication. If He's age reported by Xinhua was correct, that would have meant she was too young to be on the Chinese team that beat the United States on Wednesday and clinched China's first women's team Olympic gold in gymnastics. A May 23 story in the China Daily, the official English-language newspaper of the Chinese government, said He was 14. The story was later corrected to list her as 16. Another member of the winning team was Yang Yilin. Questions have also been raised about her age and that of a third team member, Jiang Yuyuan. Gymnasts have to be 16 during the Olympic year to be eligible for the games and Chinese authorities insist that all three are old enough to compete. At a news conference in Beijing on Friday the International Olympic Committee medical commission chief Arne Ljungqvist admitted age manipulation was an issue in a number of sports but did not pass judgment on this latest matter involving the Chinese gymnasts. Ljungqvist told journalists: "This is a problem when you have an age limit, that there is a temptation for manipulation. How to prove that is scientifically very difficult. There are means and ways of establishing the age or the supposed age of a person, but it is not an absolutely scientifically accurate and legally accurate way of doing it. It will be plus or minus one or two years and it can also be manipulated." As questions continued to be asked over He's age, China's gymnastics delegation at the games maintained the differing ages which have appeared in Chinese media reports were a mistake, insisting no media outlet had called to check the athlete's age. The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) has said repeatedly that a passport is the "accepted proof of a gymnast's eligibility," and that He and China's other gymnasts have presented ones that show they are age eligible. The IOC also checked the girls' passports and deemed them valid. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b6a041d42322504ed771aa3d68a861c3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Xinhua TV Economy Report May 14, 2010

Xinhua TV Economy Report May 14, 2010

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Xinhua News Agency - Kinesisk kulturdag på TV i Kina

Xinhua News Agency - Kinesisk kulturdag på TV i Kina

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(Courtesy of the CNC World TV channel run by China's Xinhua News Agency) Kinesisk kulturdag ble arrangert på Dokkhuset lørdag 9. februar i forbindelse med kinesisk nyttår og overgang til slangens år. Kinesisk kulturdag ble en kjempesuksess. Det var mange besøkende på alle aktiviteter. To journalister fra Xinhua News Agency, Kinas største nyhetsbyrå, var tilstede for å dekke arrangementet. Tekst, bilder og nyhetsvideo ble spredt i Kina. I 2005 ble det etablert et vennskapssamarbeid mellom Sør-Trøndelag og Chongqing i Kina. Kinasatsingen har høy prioritet i Sør-Trøndelag fylkeskommunes internasjonale strategi. Sør-Trøndelag fylkeskommune har tatt initiativ til å markere kinesisk nyttår 2013 i Trondheim, i samarbeid med Trondheim kommune og CSSA (kinesisk student- og forskerforening i Trondheim). Hovedmålet for dette initiativet er å vekke interesse for kinesisk språk og kultur blant byens og fylkets befolkning. Programmet har tre deler: Del I: Kom i kontakt med kinesisk språk: språkverksted og eventyrstund Del II: Foredrag om kinesisk kultur og samfunn Del III: Kinesisk nyttårskonsert Mer info: http://www.stfk.no/Kinesiskkulturdag
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12 dead in China violence, Xinhua reports

12 dead in China violence, Xinhua reports

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http://www.euronews.net/ The Xinhua news agency said 12 people have died in riots near the north-western city of Kashgar in Xinjiang province. The agency said rioters killed 10 people, while police shot dead two of the rioters. The report did not say why the violence broke out.
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Hu Defends Diaoyu Islands—Xinhua Revises Report Twice

Hu Defends Diaoyu Islands—Xinhua Revises Report Twice

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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews September 9Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Chairman Hu Jintao attended the 20th APEC Leaders' Informal Meeting. During this period, Hu and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda had a 15-minute conversation. Hu made known to Noda, China's stance on the current Sino-Japanese relations and on the Diaoyu Islands issue. Outside views say, Hu's words showed the toughest stance by the CCP on the Diaoyu Islands (Senkaku Islands) issue Hu's tough attitude is causing difficulties for the CCP's mouthpiece media, the Xinhua News Agency. Initially at 12:35, Xinhua News Agency reported that, at the APEC Leaders' Informal Meeting, CCP leader Hu Jintao had "solemnly pointed out" to Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda that, "recent Sino-Japanese relations face a grim state". Xinhua said, on the Diaoyu islands (Senkaku Islands) issue, "whatever ways Japanese are using to buy the islands, they are illegal, invalid, and China resolutely opposes it." However, half-an-hour after issuing the report, Xinhua's chief editor's office removed the script without any explanation. At the same time as the withdrawal, Xinhua News Agency issued another short draft, changing their reporting stance of "China resolutely opposes Japan from buying the island" to "China hopes Japan will not make the wrong decision". Xinhua only briefly reported on Hu and Noda's conversation, saying Hu had expressed China's stance on the current Sino-Japanese relations and the Diaoyu Islands issue. However, at 20:25, "Xinhua issued their initial report again, adding a sentence: "China called on Japan to work together". New York City University(NYCU)'s political professor, Xia says, it means there is disharmony within the CCP's top level. [Xia Ming, NYCU Political Professor]: "We can see from Xinhua News Agency's script that it is very confusing in China; the confusion lies in there being no way to maintain a one voice within the inner CCP. There are the interests of all parties, a variety of quarrels, and also a lot of noise. When it comes to foreign policy, we have also seen that there are differing voices." Hong Kong media analyses, "The Xinhua News Agency deleted the content of their report; its intention was of not wanting to further deteriorate the Sino-Japanese relations." But later, Xinhua had to issue the report again under pressure from public opinion and anti-Japanese sentiment; the original report proved 'easy to publish but difficult to withdraw'. Professor Xia Ming says the Diaoyu Islands issue is utilized as a brand of nationalism by the CCP; yet nationalism is risky. [Xia Ming]: "The CCP wants to get Diaoyu Islands, but really it's hopeless, so in this case, it does not make any sense fighting; the CCP is utilizing it as a brand of nationalism. What's terrible is that the CCP incited the public's nationalist sentiments on the Diaoyu incident—there's no compromise and it's difficult to end. After the end of World War II, in 1972, the U.S had returned Okinawa Island to Japan. According to the US-Japan Security Treaty, the administration authority of Diaoyu Islands belongs to Japan. In 1951, Zhou Enlai made it clear that, the Ryukyu Islands (including Diaoyu Islands) are Japanese territory. And in August 1978, China and Japan signed a peace treaty, agreeing to let the next generation resolve the islands dispute. Zhu Yongde, professor emeritus of New York University of Rochester (NYUR), points out that, due to historical errors, the Diaoyu Islands issue is difficult to resolve today. Zhu Yongde: "The mistakes had been remained from the past. I think the point is, from my memory, Deng Xiaoping had said that 'This issue is left to the next generation to solve'. So now it's the next generation, and Beijing's regime has no ability to solve this problem." Although finally Hu Jintao showed inflexibility on the Diaoyu Islands issue, the Xinhua News Agency had made two changes within half a day, coming from top CCP leaders' discussions. This has not only surprised overseas Chinese media, but also Japan's Jiji Press, who says it is a rare confusion. 《神韵》2011世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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