China News Broadcast, September 26, 2012: Bo Xilai Reportedly in Massive Corruption Scandal
In today’s NTD China News, an investigation has found that Bo Xilai is implicated in corrupt dealings totaling 100 million yuan, while he was in Liaoning province, according to Deutsche Welle, citing inside sources.
Internet freedom in China has worsened in 2012, according to a report by US-based Freedom House published this week.
Tibetans in exile gathered in India to discuss their prospects under China’s incoming leadership.
China’s Shanghai Composite Index falls its lowest point since 2009.
Japanese carmakers are scaling back production inside China, after riots over the disputed Diaoyu, or Senkaku Islands hurt sales.
Foxconn remains an attractive prospect for young Chinese workers, who turned out in the thousands today to interview for assembly line positions.
An unusual motorcycle race takes place in Chongqing, with motorcyclists riding up stairways.
NTD’s fifth International Chinese Culinary Competition to take place center stage in New York’s Time Square this Thursday and Friday.