China News Broadcast, September 25, 2012: China's Aircraft Carrier, Gold and Silver Mooncakes
In today’s NTD China News, the Chinese regime puts its first aircraft carrier into service.
Chinese and Japanese Vice Foreign Ministers meet in Beijing, trading words over the disputed Diaoyu, or Senkaku Islands.
Chinese authorities steps up custom checks of Japanese imports, as ripples from the islands dispute expand to trade ties.
Falun Gong practitioners stage peaceful demonstrations outside the UN General Assembly in New York, raising awareness of alleged forced organ harvesting by Chinese authorities.
20 miners die in Gansu province, the latest in a string of mining accidents to hit China.
Workers at Foxconn return to work today, and employees talk about what triggered the massive overnight rioting on Monday.
European solar panel makers have filed a fresh trade complaint against Chinese firms, this time, over illegal export subsidies.
A Chinese company adds a twist to traditional mooncakes—making them from gold and silver, and they come with a big price tag.