• China's mainland media--blacked out

    CNN's Ralitsa Vassilvea speaks to Founder of Danwei, Jeremy Goldkorn, about China's media censoring Hong Kong protests. More from CNN at http://www.cnn.com/ To license this and other CNN/HLN content, visit http://collection.cnn.com/ or e-mail cnn.imagesource@turner.com.

    published: 01 Oct 2014
  • Mainland Media

    The team behind Mainland Media have one mission: to spread Bronx pride. that includes everything from memorabilia, logos, designs, sponsored cultural events, and more. To sum it up, they're taking the Bronx to new heights. Anthony Ramirez II and Paul Ramirez of Mainland Media and Fine Artist Sean Paul Gallegos explain their vision for Mainland Media and the Bronx

    published: 12 May 2011
  • The “dirty secret” of BC's Lower Mainland City Halls

    Christopher Wilson speaks with Jason Batemen of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation about a range of issues from federal, provincial to municipal, that will affect the pocketbooks of British Columbians. MORE: http://www.therebel.media/ctf_s_bc_director_reveals_dirty_secret_of_lower_mainland_city_halls http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel *** http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV

    published: 21 Sep 2016
  • Mainland Boys Media Day

    HS Sports is a high school sports news and information channel that combines custom produced, national and regional, high school sports-related feature video articles with videos, imagery and statistics captured at competitions between local high school teams in a variety of sports. Visit https://hssports.com/ for game recaps, box scores, highlights, player interviews, and more!

    published: 18 Dec 2015
  • Mainland Stockcar Teams Race 2 - 4c - Ricco Gray

    Ricco Gray 4c Mainland Stockcar Teams

    published: 19 Nov 2017
  • Tanzania Mainland 1-2 Zanzibar (CECAFA SENIOR CHALLENGE CUP 2017)

    What a derby between sibling rivals Tanganyika (Mainland Tanzania) against Zanzibar. This fixture always produces a stunning game of football. Match video clips have been recorded from Azam TV app. No copyright violation is intended by Man of Coast Media.

    published: 07 Dec 2017
  • Mainland to Hawaii: Round 2

    What did I bring back to Hawaii with me after my initial move? Follow me on social media! Snapchat: emiccheer1 Instagram: emiccheer

    published: 29 Jan 2018
  • S02E39 FindingTheVoices: Bhargab Sarmah Mainland Media and Manipur

    FindingTheVoices: Bhargab Sarmah Mainland Media and Manipur Guest Speaker : Bhargab Sarmah, journalist at Catch News A video Interview, with Bhargab Sarmah joining in from Delhi, India. Language: Interview in English Bhargab Sarmah's article "Did Indian media just ignore the Mr. World from Manipur?" caught our eyes and we invited him in our show to thank him in person for highlighting Manipur. In this interview he shared his view about Mainland Media and Manipur. He shared his view on the connection of conflict situation and lack of sponsors for sports initiative in Manipur.

    published: 14 Feb 2017
  • Mr. Chuang wants green media to stop saying "mainland"

    A Mr. Chuang from Taichung called in to the political talk show New Taiwan Go Go Go (新台灣加油) on June 13, 2009 to express his dismay at so-called "green" (Taiwan-centric) media using the term "mainland" (大陸) when they mean "China." The term is appropriate in Hong Kong or Macau, because they are both part of China. But when the mainland-island dichotomy is applied to Taiwan, it is wrong. Why, then, do people do it? The Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) has brainwashed people with this idea that "my country" (我國) -- by which they mean the ROC -- includes all of what is now the PRC, plus Tibet and even Outer Mongolia. They crazily think that this "ROC" includes Taiwan, too. Main point: Don't say "mainland" when you mean "China." NOTE: There's an edit at around the 0:19 mark to remove ...

    published: 13 Jun 2009
  • Exploring The Northern Edge of Mainland Britain

    Join me as I explore and photograph the most North Easterly edge of Mainland Britain. In this video I go to a location I've wanted to go to for years and discover some unexpected wildlife along the way! Filmed at John O'Groats (Scotland). Wild Scotland behind the scenes video (one that inspired me): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nodX5ceHCsw&t=126s Follow me on social media: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/kimgrantphotography/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/kimgrantphotography/ All music from Epidemic Sound: A Tiny Spark Unspeakable Joy

    published: 03 Dec 2017
  • Mainland Media Initiates Special Investigation Of Masanjia

    published: 15 Jun 2013
  • Media Practice I - Mainland Cheese ad - Group 1 Final with raw video

    Made by: Angel de Goode, Alicia Bailey, Kylie Ngan Kee, Steve W, Hannah McKnight, Elizabeth Savage.

    published: 25 May 2009
  • Panel Discuss N. Korea State Media Threatens to blow up U.S. Mainland. #Breaking

    Thanks for Watching! Please Share and Subscribe! Join My Live Stream Channel by going to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFwDQSq_h3I

    published: 05 Sep 2017
  • Vogt can't handle Mainland media

    Relay for Life. Michael Stern Classic 2015

    published: 11 May 2015
  • Mainland Media: The Law is Ashamed of Facing Tang Hui

    Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews A lady who's come to be known as the "Petition Mother," Ms. Tang Hui of Yongzhou city, Hunan province, has grabbed media and the public's attention. She's suing the Yongzhou City Detention Commission, seeking reparations for her unjust treatment. The hearing of the second trial opened on July 2nd in Hunan Provincial High Court. However, the defendant, the head of the Yongzhou City Detention Commission, refuses to admit that Tang Hui's detention was illegal. The court hasn't handed down a sentence either. Some mainland media feel it's unfair to Tang Hui, saying "it isn't Tang Hui who is ashamed; it's the law which is ashamed of meeting Tang Hui." Our reporter has more ...

    published: 05 Jul 2013
  • Mainland Stockcar Teams Race 1 - 4c - Ricco Gray

    Ricco Gray 4c Mainland Stockcar Teams

    published: 19 Nov 2017
  • Audi's controversial TV ad in mainland China

    The ad comparing a soon-to-be wed bride with shopping for a new car has drawn a heated response from social media users in mainland China, with people across the country outraged by the imagery in the ad, calling it an insult to women and a huge step backward for women’s rights. Full story: http://sc.mp/us97MI

    published: 18 Jul 2017
  • Panel 2: Feminist Stirrings & Social Media in Mainland China

    Panel 2 from the Symposium on Gender/Queer Sexualities & Digital Activism on 17 May 2016 at Art & Culture Outreach. This symposium was organised by the MA in Visual Culture Studies programme, the Centre for Cultural Studies, and the Department of Cultural & Religious Studies at CUHK. This panel looks into body politics and technologies of sexuality in mainland China as they are developed by netizen communities and specifically by young feminists and emerging queer movements. What are the technologies of resistance and survival such as body art, theater and online writing or photography? How do activists and artists navigate political sensitivities and the politics of representation? Speakers: Holly Hou, Xiao Meili, Special Guest

    published: 28 Jun 2016
  • Taiwan urged to expand media exchanges with mainland

    (28 Jul 2009) 1. Kao Koong-liang, vice chairman of Taiwan's semiofficial Straits Exchange Foundation, walking in to shake hands with Yang Yi, spokesman of China's Taiwan Affairs Office 2. Close of hand shake 3. Wide of meeting 4. Chinese media representatives 5. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Yang Yi, spokesman of China's Taiwan Affairs Office: "Given the new development of the two sides' relationship, the news exchange between the two sides allow us to catch up with the big exchange, big cooperation and big development. The media of the two sides are interested to know how two sides will open a new page upon the current establishment." 6. Cutaway of camera monitor 7. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Kao Koong-liang, vice chairman of Taiwan's Straits Exchange Foundation: "Regarding the journalism...

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • Mainland Media Ignore Soong's 'Four Understandings'

    Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Taiwan's People First Party (PFP) Chairman James Soong led a delegation to visit Beijing on May 6. His meeting with the Chinese leader Xi Jinping on the 7th drew international media attention. However, his 'four understandings' was completely ignored by the mainland media. As the first politician visiting China after the 3.18 Taiwanese student movement, Soong's visit to China brought particular attention. The PFP Chairman James Soong arrived in Peking University to present his recent publication on the morning of the 8th. Soong's last visit to China was the Shanghai World Expo in April 2010. Since then, he had been recovering from the death of his wife. As the first...

    published: 09 May 2014
  • Shaming bad parking Social media accounts target Lower Mainland residents

    GlobalNews Report about bad drivers, parkers and social media including Shit Parkers.

    published: 11 Dec 2014
  • Mainland Media Delete News Of Bo Xilai's Trial

    Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews The news of Bo Xilai's trial, the former Party Secretary of Chongqing, recently heated up again. After foreign media reported various rumors of the impending trial, on July 24, Mainland Chinese media also reported Bo's case would be in Jinan, Shandong Province. On July 24, Ta Kung Bao, a Hong Kong news agency with a Chinese Communist background, published news on the web "Bo Xilai charged with three crimes and the trial will be held in Jinan". This made front page news on a special print edition. Subsequently, Hong Kong's Wen Wei Bao, Mainland's Caixin, Financial Network, Beijing News and other media have also reported the trial details of Bo's case. However, a few hour...

    published: 25 Jul 2013
  • Chinese tourism 'rip-off row' tarnishes 'Golden Era' partnership

    Heathrow apologies for 'discriminating' against Chinese visitors in duty-free promotion, triggering uproar in mainland media about UK 'racism'

    published: 13 Feb 2018
  • Mainland Media Ignore Soong's Call for Better Understanding

    Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Chinese Communist Party (CCP) General Secretary Xi Jinping met Taiwanese People First Party Chairman James Soong in Beijing on May 7. Responding to Xi Jinping's 'four noes' policy towards Taiwan, Soong brought up the 'four understandings', praising the Sunflower student movement in March as decades of successful civic education in Taiwan. Xi Jinping's 'four noes' principle insists there are no changes in the cross-strait relations in terms of peaceful development, mutual benefit, unification of compatriots from both sides, and prohibiting Taiwan independence and separatist conspiracies. James Soong's 'four understandings' demand the CCP must understand Taiwan bette...

    published: 08 May 2014
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China's mainland media--blacked out

China's mainland media--blacked out

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CNN's Ralitsa Vassilvea speaks to Founder of Danwei, Jeremy Goldkorn, about China's media censoring Hong Kong protests. More from CNN at http://www.cnn.com/ To license this and other CNN/HLN content, visit http://collection.cnn.com/ or e-mail cnn.imagesource@turner.com.
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Mainland Media

Mainland Media

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The team behind Mainland Media have one mission: to spread Bronx pride. that includes everything from memorabilia, logos, designs, sponsored cultural events, and more. To sum it up, they're taking the Bronx to new heights. Anthony Ramirez II and Paul Ramirez of Mainland Media and Fine Artist Sean Paul Gallegos explain their vision for Mainland Media and the Bronx
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The “dirty secret” of BC's Lower Mainland City Halls

The “dirty secret” of BC's Lower Mainland City Halls

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  • Updated: 21 Sep 2016
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Christopher Wilson speaks with Jason Batemen of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation about a range of issues from federal, provincial to municipal, that will affect the pocketbooks of British Columbians. MORE: http://www.therebel.media/ctf_s_bc_director_reveals_dirty_secret_of_lower_mainland_city_halls http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel *** http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV
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Mainland Boys Media Day

Mainland Boys Media Day

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HS Sports is a high school sports news and information channel that combines custom produced, national and regional, high school sports-related feature video articles with videos, imagery and statistics captured at competitions between local high school teams in a variety of sports. Visit https://hssports.com/ for game recaps, box scores, highlights, player interviews, and more!
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Mainland Stockcar Teams Race 2 - 4c - Ricco Gray

Mainland Stockcar Teams Race 2 - 4c - Ricco Gray

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Ricco Gray 4c Mainland Stockcar Teams
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Tanzania Mainland 1-2 Zanzibar (CECAFA SENIOR CHALLENGE CUP 2017)

Tanzania Mainland 1-2 Zanzibar (CECAFA SENIOR CHALLENGE CUP 2017)

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What a derby between sibling rivals Tanganyika (Mainland Tanzania) against Zanzibar. This fixture always produces a stunning game of football. Match video clips have been recorded from Azam TV app. No copyright violation is intended by Man of Coast Media.
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Mainland to Hawaii: Round 2

Mainland to Hawaii: Round 2

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  • Updated: 29 Jan 2018
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What did I bring back to Hawaii with me after my initial move? Follow me on social media! Snapchat: emiccheer1 Instagram: emiccheer
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S02E39 FindingTheVoices: Bhargab Sarmah Mainland Media and Manipur

S02E39 FindingTheVoices: Bhargab Sarmah Mainland Media and Manipur

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FindingTheVoices: Bhargab Sarmah Mainland Media and Manipur Guest Speaker : Bhargab Sarmah, journalist at Catch News A video Interview, with Bhargab Sarmah joining in from Delhi, India. Language: Interview in English Bhargab Sarmah's article "Did Indian media just ignore the Mr. World from Manipur?" caught our eyes and we invited him in our show to thank him in person for highlighting Manipur. In this interview he shared his view about Mainland Media and Manipur. He shared his view on the connection of conflict situation and lack of sponsors for sports initiative in Manipur.
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Mr. Chuang wants green media to stop saying "mainland"

Mr. Chuang wants green media to stop saying "mainland"

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A Mr. Chuang from Taichung called in to the political talk show New Taiwan Go Go Go (新台灣加油) on June 13, 2009 to express his dismay at so-called "green" (Taiwan-centric) media using the term "mainland" (大陸) when they mean "China." The term is appropriate in Hong Kong or Macau, because they are both part of China. But when the mainland-island dichotomy is applied to Taiwan, it is wrong. Why, then, do people do it? The Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) has brainwashed people with this idea that "my country" (我國) -- by which they mean the ROC -- includes all of what is now the PRC, plus Tibet and even Outer Mongolia. They crazily think that this "ROC" includes Taiwan, too. Main point: Don't say "mainland" when you mean "China." NOTE: There's an edit at around the 0:19 mark to remove the uncomfortable delay before Mr. Chuang gets to his main point. Tags: Taiwan 台灣 politics 政治 China 中國 mainland 大陸 media 媒體 SETN 三立新聞台 FTV 民視新聞 新台灣加油 Taiwan Matters 台灣時事
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Exploring The Northern Edge of Mainland Britain

Exploring The Northern Edge of Mainland Britain

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Join me as I explore and photograph the most North Easterly edge of Mainland Britain. In this video I go to a location I've wanted to go to for years and discover some unexpected wildlife along the way! Filmed at John O'Groats (Scotland). Wild Scotland behind the scenes video (one that inspired me): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nodX5ceHCsw&t=126s Follow me on social media: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/kimgrantphotography/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/kimgrantphotography/ All music from Epidemic Sound: A Tiny Spark Unspeakable Joy
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Mainland Media Initiates Special Investigation Of Masanjia

Mainland Media Initiates Special Investigation Of Masanjia

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Media Practice I - Mainland Cheese ad - Group 1 Final with raw video

Media Practice I - Mainland Cheese ad - Group 1 Final with raw video

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  • Updated: 25 May 2009
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Made by: Angel de Goode, Alicia Bailey, Kylie Ngan Kee, Steve W, Hannah McKnight, Elizabeth Savage.
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Panel Discuss N. Korea State Media Threatens to blow up U.S. Mainland. #Breaking

Panel Discuss N. Korea State Media Threatens to blow up U.S. Mainland. #Breaking

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Vogt can't handle Mainland media

Vogt can't handle Mainland media

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Mainland Media: The Law is Ashamed of Facing Tang Hui

Mainland Media: The Law is Ashamed of Facing Tang Hui

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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews A lady who's come to be known as the "Petition Mother," Ms. Tang Hui of Yongzhou city, Hunan province, has grabbed media and the public's attention. She's suing the Yongzhou City Detention Commission, seeking reparations for her unjust treatment. The hearing of the second trial opened on July 2nd in Hunan Provincial High Court. However, the defendant, the head of the Yongzhou City Detention Commission, refuses to admit that Tang Hui's detention was illegal. The court hasn't handed down a sentence either. Some mainland media feel it's unfair to Tang Hui, saying "it isn't Tang Hui who is ashamed; it's the law which is ashamed of meeting Tang Hui." Our reporter has more on the story. Hunan Provincial High Court's trial for the case of Tang Hui, who's suing the Yongzhou City Detention Commission, focuses on three points: Was there legal basis for her detention? If reparation is needed, what form should it take, and how much should be compensated? Did the Yongzhou City Intermediate People's Court have clear facts and legitimate judgment in Ms. Tang's first trial? After the trial on July 2nd, the presiding judge said "there is significant controversy of both sides. Sentencing for the case will be scheduled for a later date." Tang Hui's case goes back to 2006, when her 11-year old daughter was raped and forced into prostitution. That's when Ms. Tang started a seven year long petition. She went to Hunan's capital, Changsha, over a hundred times, and Beijing 23 times. She got detained several times, and was then sentenced to Reeducation Through Labor for one and half years. A teenager became a victim, and her mother was put into forced labor for speaking out, evoking strong criticism from the public. The "Tang Hui case" is known as another big scandal of the Communist regime's Reeducation Through Labor System. Under enormous pressure from public opinion, the Hunan Provincial Detention Commission withdrew the detention decision. In January this year, Ms. Tang sued the Yongzhou Detention Commission, demanding compensation for over 2,400 yuan ($400). Ms. Tang lost in the first trial, held at Yongzhou City Court in April. Defendants in the second case are Luo Gongjun, Office Director at the Yongzhou Detention Commission, and Jiang Jianxiang, Yongzhou Detention Commission's legal representative. Jiang Jianxiang, who is also Yongzhou City's vice Mayor and secretary of the Public Security Bureau, said in court that they are willing to "lower the profile, compensate and even apologize." Ms. Tang said before the second trial that at the end of May, Hunan Provincial Court tried to mediate the case, and Yongzhou Detention Commission promised to compensate, apologize, and give 100,000 yuan allowance, but she isn't allowed to publish this matter. To this, Ms. Tang said "I can't accept your money in the dark." Beijing human rights lawyer Tang Jitian says the reasoning of the authorities' rule is such that "If I control you, you must follow. If I suppress you, you need to listen". The authorities have never put the people as the main body of power. Tang Jitian says the authority could only make the society's situation worse. Tang Jitian: "Reeducation Through Labor has no legitimacy. They just use it to block citizens' exercising their rights, which itself is a kind of administrative offense or even a criminal offense." On July 2nd, when Ms. Tang Hui appeared outside Hunan provincial court, many people immediately surrounded her and shouted "Tang Hui, we support you." On July 3rd, Hengnan Daily also showed support for the "Petition Mother", and strongly criticized the injustice. They said that "if there is no fair sentence for petition mother Tang Hui's second trial, we will always put mosaics on her (feel guilty to face her). Sorry, Tang Hui! It isn't you who is ashamed, it's us who are ashamed of meeting you, it's the law which is ashamed of meeting you". Mr. Tang from mainland China: "The current so-called courts and so on in China are simply bandits, the same as hooligans, and are just unreasonable. The Party's whole system is like this: Rude, overbearing and unreasonable." Tang Hui's lawyer, Pu Zhiqiang, said to Radio France Internationale that the reason Tang Hui has gotten this far is because the local government is incapable of doing anything. It's almost to the point that the whole police force is corrupt. From a standpoint of morals, Tang Hui's case reveals more than any other case how tragic life is for ordinary people living in Yongzhou and Hunan. 《神韵》2013世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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Mainland Stockcar Teams Race 1 - 4c - Ricco Gray

Mainland Stockcar Teams Race 1 - 4c - Ricco Gray

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Ricco Gray 4c Mainland Stockcar Teams
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Audi's controversial TV ad in mainland China

Audi's controversial TV ad in mainland China

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The ad comparing a soon-to-be wed bride with shopping for a new car has drawn a heated response from social media users in mainland China, with people across the country outraged by the imagery in the ad, calling it an insult to women and a huge step backward for women’s rights. Full story: http://sc.mp/us97MI
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Panel 2: Feminist Stirrings & Social Media in Mainland China

Panel 2: Feminist Stirrings & Social Media in Mainland China

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Panel 2 from the Symposium on Gender/Queer Sexualities & Digital Activism on 17 May 2016 at Art & Culture Outreach. This symposium was organised by the MA in Visual Culture Studies programme, the Centre for Cultural Studies, and the Department of Cultural & Religious Studies at CUHK. This panel looks into body politics and technologies of sexuality in mainland China as they are developed by netizen communities and specifically by young feminists and emerging queer movements. What are the technologies of resistance and survival such as body art, theater and online writing or photography? How do activists and artists navigate political sensitivities and the politics of representation? Speakers: Holly Hou, Xiao Meili, Special Guest
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Taiwan urged to expand media exchanges with mainland

Taiwan urged to expand media exchanges with mainland

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(28 Jul 2009) 1. Kao Koong-liang, vice chairman of Taiwan's semiofficial Straits Exchange Foundation, walking in to shake hands with Yang Yi, spokesman of China's Taiwan Affairs Office 2. Close of hand shake 3. Wide of meeting 4. Chinese media representatives 5. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Yang Yi, spokesman of China's Taiwan Affairs Office: "Given the new development of the two sides' relationship, the news exchange between the two sides allow us to catch up with the big exchange, big cooperation and big development. The media of the two sides are interested to know how two sides will open a new page upon the current establishment." 6. Cutaway of camera monitor 7. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Kao Koong-liang, vice chairman of Taiwan's Straits Exchange Foundation: "Regarding the journalism, which I think a lot of media today will pay attention to, we hope journalists will be given more reporting freedom." 8. Cutaway of cameras 9. Wide of gifts exchange, zoom into Yang and Kao shaking hands STORYLINE: A visiting Chinese official urged Taiwan on Tuesday to allow Chinese news outlets to set up permanent bureaus on the island, saying it is essential for improving understanding and furthering already warming ties. Closer news exchanges would "allow us to catch up with the big exchange, big cooperation" already under way in trade, tourism and other areas, said Yang Yi, spokesman of China's Taiwan Affairs Office, who led a delegation of Chinese media representatives. Any proposal in Taiwan to let Chinese state media set up bureaus on the island, however, would likely raise fears of spying. Taiwan has also complained that Taiwanese are frequently misrepresented in the Chinese media. Taiwan and China split amid civil war in 1949, but China still claims the island as part of its own territory. Relations have improved dramatically since Ma Ying-jeou became Taiwanese president 14 months ago on a platform of easing hostilities with China and pushing for cultural and business ties. Currently, each government allows journalists from the other side to report in its territory for up to six months at a time, but they are not allowed to set up permanent offices. This is the first time China has sent such a group to Taiwan to ask for deeper media ties. Kao Koong-liang, vice chairman of the semiofficial Straits Exchange Foundation that handles exchanges with the mainland, said Taiwanese authorities are already drawing up cooperation plans. He said Taiwan hopes the two sides can grant television channels broadcast rights and newspapers licenses to publish in the other side's territory. "We also hope journalists will be given more reporting freedom," Kao told the Chinese delegation. While news in China is strictly controlled by the government, Taiwan enjoys one of Asia's most freewheeling media environments. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f322203b1e4421245e73bfc8b1e7bdec Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Mainland Media Ignore Soong's 'Four Understandings'

Mainland Media Ignore Soong's 'Four Understandings'

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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Taiwan's People First Party (PFP) Chairman James Soong led a delegation to visit Beijing on May 6. His meeting with the Chinese leader Xi Jinping on the 7th drew international media attention. However, his 'four understandings' was completely ignored by the mainland media. As the first politician visiting China after the 3.18 Taiwanese student movement, Soong's visit to China brought particular attention. The PFP Chairman James Soong arrived in Peking University to present his recent publication on the morning of the 8th. Soong's last visit to China was the Shanghai World Expo in April 2010. Since then, he had been recovering from the death of his wife. As the first Taiwanese politician to visit China since the Sunflower student movement in March, Soong 's visit to Beijing was claimed to be 'comeback' and 'significant'. Chinese leader Xi Jinping also brought up the position of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) since the cross-strait pact protest in Taiwan. In his meeting with Soong on the 7th, Xi said to allow the youths cross-strait to conduct more interaction and communication for mutual and future cross-strait relations. Wu Fan, China Affairs magazine editor-in-chief: "Soong has visited China on behalf of the pan-blue camp, not the financial sectors, but the middle class entrepreneurs, workers, and students. The KMT Ma Ying-jeou will be for people of the financial- the corporate sectors." Wu Hui-lin, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research researcher: "Cross-strait relations now seem to have hit the rocks. It was originally intended to integrate through the economic pact. However, the rough proceeding was recognized by the students, and thus the student protest took place and woke up the Taiwanese. Suddenly they realize the issue is big." Soong brought up the 'four understandings' during his meeting with Xi Jinping: Understanding Taiwan compatriots in Taiwan consciousness, which is not equivalent to Taiwan independence; Understanding Taiwan's civic autonomy with the fundamental difference in politics and social system between Taiwan and mainland China; Understanding Taiwan's democracy and pluralistic society; Understanding Taiwan's independent and pluralistic economy consisting of many small and medium enterprises. Wu Fan, China Affairs magazine editor-in-chief: "He introduced to Xi Jinping that to solve the issue of Taiwan, the emotions, the needs and the opinions of these SMEs and the grassroots people must be taken care of. Otherwise, the CCP is doomed to meet resistance in Taiwan." However, Soong stressed in an interview on the 8th that he had not mentioned the Sunflower Movement at all. Has the cross-strait negotiation been delayed due to the student movement? Xi Jinping particularly mentioned at the meeting, "The economic integration of the two sides is mutually beneficial and should not be disturbed." Wu Huilin: "The problem is not just the trade pact. People are very concerned about being the second Hong Kong. Also, there is the damage to freedom of speech, freedom of publication, human rights and democracy. The younger generations have realized their future and refused to allow their future to be jeopardized by the older generations, such as my generation. That's why they voiced their concern." Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research researcher Wu Hui-lin also raised another concern about Taiwan. Wu Huilin: "The Chinese economy is now on the verge of a very large bubble burst. Does that mean Taiwan's capital will be absorbed by the Chinese? Taiwan's economy is not so good now. Once the cross-strait trade pact was signed, the expansion of cross-strait trade could lead to Taiwan's capital being sucked dry." Wu Huilin suspects that Xi Jinping had realized their misconception about Taiwan, and therefore tried to learn more about Taiwan through arranging the meeting between Xi and Soong. Wu Huilin: "It could also be the fact that the CCP has been disappointed with Ma's government. It feels that way. No matter what, it looks as if he is trying to learn more of Taiwan, especially the younger generations. The economic trade pact is likely to go through some adjustment." As for Soong's proposal, the four understandings, mainland media have completely ignored it. 《神韵》2014世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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Shaming bad parking Social media accounts target Lower Mainland residents

Shaming bad parking Social media accounts target Lower Mainland residents

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GlobalNews Report about bad drivers, parkers and social media including Shit Parkers.
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Mainland Media Delete News Of Bo Xilai's Trial

Mainland Media Delete News Of Bo Xilai's Trial

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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews The news of Bo Xilai's trial, the former Party Secretary of Chongqing, recently heated up again. After foreign media reported various rumors of the impending trial, on July 24, Mainland Chinese media also reported Bo's case would be in Jinan, Shandong Province. On July 24, Ta Kung Bao, a Hong Kong news agency with a Chinese Communist background, published news on the web "Bo Xilai charged with three crimes and the trial will be held in Jinan". This made front page news on a special print edition. Subsequently, Hong Kong's Wen Wei Bao, Mainland's Caixin, Financial Network, Beijing News and other media have also reported the trial details of Bo's case. However, a few hours later, all relevant online reports and discussions were deleted. Major microbloggings also blocked "Bo" as sensitive word. Search attempts found the following message:"According to laws and regulations, search results will not be displayed." Many question the purpose of this blocking of information. One netizen thinks that it was due to a high level collapse, unable to reach an agreement. Others believe that the move was a deliberate release of news to test public reactions. Thousands Of Redundant Bank Staff Petition In Beijing More than 2,000 laid-off workers from China's four major banks (ICBC, China Construction Bank, Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China) collectively petitioned in Beijing. On July 4, their third petitioning day, officials sent a large number of police and plainclothes officers with at least a dozen vehicles who forcefully put petitioners into a specialized detention center, the black jail. According to Mainland's "Livelihood Watch" website, on July 22, about 2,000 laid-off workers from China's four major banks asked for re-instatement at Beijing Administration bureau of petitions. They persisted for one day to no avail. On July 23, petitioners moved to China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) with signs saying "We want to survive we have to buy food". Dozens of plainclothes police were dispatched to the scene. Petitioners were told to go to China Industrial and Commercial Bank (CICB) to get registration forms. On July 24, no one met the petitioners at CICB. They shouted"down with corruption, and Jiang Jianqing, president of CICB." Around 10:00 a.m. police began to clear the scene, a large number of petitioners were forcibly taken away. Clashes Between Police And Civilians In Hezhou On July 23, thousands of villagers protested in front of the town government. Clashes took place and police vehicles were smashed. According to overseas "Chinese Jasmine Revolution" Web site, when local government completely lost control, the provincial government dispatched thousands of armed police and armored vehicles to suppress. Many villagers were injured and arrested. All relevant messages were blocked by the authorities, and online information has all been removed. 《神韵》2013世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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Chinese tourism 'rip-off row' tarnishes 'Golden Era' partnership

Chinese tourism 'rip-off row' tarnishes 'Golden Era' partnership

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Heathrow apologies for 'discriminating' against Chinese visitors in duty-free promotion, triggering uproar in mainland media about UK 'racism'
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Mainland Media Ignore Soong's Call for Better Understanding

Mainland Media Ignore Soong's Call for Better Understanding

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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Chinese Communist Party (CCP) General Secretary Xi Jinping met Taiwanese People First Party Chairman James Soong in Beijing on May 7. Responding to Xi Jinping's 'four noes' policy towards Taiwan, Soong brought up the 'four understandings', praising the Sunflower student movement in March as decades of successful civic education in Taiwan. Xi Jinping's 'four noes' principle insists there are no changes in the cross-strait relations in terms of peaceful development, mutual benefit, unification of compatriots from both sides, and prohibiting Taiwan independence and separatist conspiracies. James Soong's 'four understandings' demand the CCP must understand Taiwan better in terms of grassroots voices, the SMEs expectations, the autonomy of the civic consciousness, and the local consciousness of Taiwanese compatriots. However, mainland media have unanimously reported only Xi's 'four noes' and particularly emphasized it will never waver in its determination to prevent Taiwan's independence. Soong's 'four understandings' were completely omitted. Vietnamese and Chinese Ships Collide on South China Seas As the dispute surrounding oil drilling in the South China Sea continues between China and Vietnam, boats from both sides collided on May 7. The BBC reported, Vietnamese officials said on Wednesday that the Chinese ships intentionally rammed their vessels. Water cannons were aimed at the Vietnamese ships, and several sailors were injured. The incident happened as the Vietnamese navy was trying to prevent the Chinese ships from setting up an oil rig in an area claimed by both nations, said the BBC. Sources said the collision occurred in the south Xisha Islands where the oil rigs are located. Hong Kong Media: Several Guangzhou Attack Suspects. Guangzhou police reported that only one suspect was involved in the Railway Station attack. However, the identity of the suspect and the motive of the attack wasn't released. Hong Kong's Ming Pao Daily News reported sources close to Guangzhou police said, suspects were several Uighurs. Hong Kong's Oriental Daily quoted hospital sources saying that the suspect admitted to hospital was a 25 year old from an ethnic minority group with three gunshot wounds. Guangzhou Public Security Bureau internal notice also reported another suspect with a long knife and a white Muslim cap was still at large. Sources said that the police also searched the area where the locals gather. It is very likely that another suspect is still missing. 《神韵》2014世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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