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Post by Coin » 11:40:50 Friday, 26 August, 2016

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The official press agency of the People's Republic of China.

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Post by Coin » 19:15:41 Tuesday, 30 August, 2016

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CNR News
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The international news bulletin at 2015, from China National Radio's news service.
  • The United States of America has rejected calls in the United Nations, for UN observers to supervise Metal Gear technological facilities beyond Shadow Moses Island. The People's Republic of China had proposed the strengthening of a motion brought to the United Nations Security Council, to ensure US blueprints of the technology were not secretly held. Protests in Chinese cities against the USA continue, after the revelations of stealth nuclear technology programmes by the USA, which targeted China.
  • Meanwhile in the PRC a civilian petition has proposed far-reaching investment in Chinese air defences and radar institutions, to protect the nation from hostile attacks using metal gear technology.
  • The trial of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has been thrown in disarray - after a courtroom session in which Saddam's half-brother Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti was dragged away by guards, the defence team walked out, and the former leader was ejected following a slanging match with chief judge Rauf Rashid Abd al-Rahman. Earlier, former President Hussein accused his US captors of torturing him.
  • Fighting continues in the African nation of Chad, as a civil war rages in the country. The PRC has cautioned against all but essential travel by Chinese citizens to the landlocked republic. Tensions between Arab Muslims, and African Christians, have sparked fierce conflict.
  • The PRC ambassador to the United Kingdom, Zha Peixin, has expressed condolences to the victims of the London terror bombings. Attending a memorial event, he spoke of the deep feeling of empathy of the Chinese people for the victims of terrorism. 52 people died in the suicide attacks by four Muslim extremists last July.

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Post by Coin » 11:21:51 Sunday, 25 September, 2016

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The Voice of China
中国之声
The news bulletin at 0900, from China National Radio's news service.
  • Permanent Chinese representative to the United Nations, Wang Guangya, has called on nations across the Pacific region to desist from the effort to cause an arms race in the region. Over the past three months, air and naval expansion programmes have been announced by Japan, Taipei, and unsurprisingly by the USA among others - with no sign of an end to the useless ratchetting up of tensions for Western political gain. China has called on level heads to prevail - and condemned the painting of the PRC, which has desisted from expanding the PLAN or PLA in retaliation, as the erstwhile aggressor when China is the nation targetted.
  • The Chinese government has said that a military expansion programme in response is not presently on the table; but that this situation may change, depending on the actions of rearming nations in the next quarter.
  • Trade officials will travel to Africa in the coming months, as part of an effort to boost investment in the continent. No official confirmation has been received as yet, but it is rumoured that funds shall be made available to increase trade across the Indian Ocean.
  • The Taqim Basin Oil Consortium continues to expand production, with increased amounts of crude ready for refining now being extracted. In an official communique from the consortium's chief, an application is expected to arrive before party officials for permission to expand refining capacity in regions presently lacking in employment opportunities compared to the coast.
  • Preparations continue for the October congress of the CPC. At the 17th National Congress of the Party, General Secretary Hu Jintao is expected to declare the main overarching policy environments for future years, and a battle to end corruption within the party. With the provocations of the USA and others against China continuing, however, rumours persist that societal and military policy reform in response will also be presented.
  • Iranian efforts in the United Nations to resolve controversies over the Iraq War continue to stall. Chinese and Russian diplomats have pointed out the inherent difficulty of a resolution which places responsibility to resolve the conflict upon the USA; while also calling on the UN to provide troops for security.
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Post by Coin » 21:06:44 Thursday, 13 October, 2016

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The Voice of China
中国之声
The news bulletin at 0600, from China National Radio's news service.
  • The Chinese government has announced plans to deal with climate change across the nation, with a multi-faceted plan for a changing world. Minister of Finance Jin Renqing today launched a white paper on the 10-Year Strategy, which calls for the Chinese nation to match material progress with responsible environmental stewardship, through state action. President Hu Jintao has declared this a key pillar of the Harmonious Society China must strengthen.
  • Renewable hydroelectric programmes, infrastructure and the modernisation of the electrical grid are among the immediate plans of the government to achieve this target. Further investment in clean sources of nuclear power are being encouraged by the Party, as well as a possible joint project with foreign firms into renewable wind power.
  • Provinces in the north of China are further expected to benefit from the launching of climate monitoring systems and the declared intent to relieve poor rainfall in the north, by the channelling of water from the south of China. Such a massive programme is to be greatly welcomed by all China, and shall be properly laid out at the CPC Congress in October.
  • Diplomatic disputes over Japan's rearmament and sponsorship of Taiwanese military build-up continues to disrupt the Sino-Japanese relationship. Beijing's calls for an end to policies aimed only at dividing the developing world and triggering an arms race have been flatly rejected by Tokyo. China has pleged to increase the logistical support of her response forces to discourage provocations, but expresses hope to avoid a Chinese military build up of her own in response.
  • China has pledged further investment in the economic development of Africa, citing the ancient links between the continents of Asia and Africa via China, and the voyages of Zheng He. Through the Sino-African Investment Bank, it is hoped that humanitarian programmes to develop medical training and infrastructure can accompany industrial investment in aid of commerce. Moves are further underway in ensuring nations across the Asia-Africa region are helped in commercial security and trade with China.
  • The State General Administration of Sports has announced application for funding, to be approved in Q3 2006, to expand the network of stadiums and sports facilities available to Chinese youth and athletes. In the young megacities of China, and in dealing with pollution and health problems, ministers state it is essential that Chinese youth are encouraged in a healthy lifestyle and sports becomes more apparent in daily life for our schools.

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Post by Coin » 17:18:10 Saturday, 12 November, 2016

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The Voice of China
中国之声
Now the news, from China National Radio's news service.
  • The foreign ministry of the Chinese nation has today issued a statement saying it resolutely opposes the nuclear test conducted by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. As the north's main trading partner and a significant exporter and importer to the south, China has a key interest in the improvement of relations on the Korean peninsula, to which this is detrimental. Beijing has also called for another round of six-party talks in light of this situation, and will raise the matter with international partners, taking into account both this test and any legitimate grievances Pyongyang might have as a vehicle to solving the issue.

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Re: Xinhua News Agency - 新华通讯社

Post by Red John » 13:45:43 Thursday, 01 December, 2016

Coin wrote:
China National Radio
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The Voice of China
中国之声
Now the news, from China National Radio's news service.
  • In a speech to party members, Hu Jintao has vocally expressed his desire for greater relations with Japan, and for China's peaceful rise to continue unabated - emphasising that Japan's recent actions have not changed his previous policies; but he added,

    'It is my firm belief that Japan, as an international power who commands prestige and respect, should of course be allowed to expand it's military for defensive purposes. With the recent actions of the United States of America, it is very important for countries throughout Asia to maintain their own forces for protection; China of course would never object.

    However, we will not kowtow to any foreign power; most especially Japan. Although Japan has a right to defend it's nation and take an interest in it's home region, it's recent actions are what can only be summed up as; antagonistic. It's intervention within Taiwan, China and it's deployment throughout South East Asia, including the Philippines, all do not indicate that Japan is ready to maintain peace.

    The last time Japan had forces in as many countries as it does now, it was an autocratic empire which desired the complete and thorough subjugation of the Asian people and continent. We recognise that Japan has made great strides in paying due recompose for it's mistakes. It has apologised to many countries, and has recognised it's part in orchestrating many, many tragedies that still scar people today.

    I recognise that the people of China have not forgotten. I, myself, have not forgotten. We will never forget the cruelties forced upon us by Imperial Japan - and indeed, it is our duty to ensure that such things never happen again.

    China will work to ensure that our influence is not diminished in anyway, and that our ancient culture and history is preserved.
  • The speech overall was received very well by party members, and it is expected that Japanese and Chinese officials are to officially begin talks over various matters that have arisen after the diplomatic blackout.

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