China 24

December 13, 2018

New documentary reveals Japan’s biological warfare during WWII

Dec 13 marked the 81st anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre. But that’s just one of the atrocities committed by the Japanese Army during World War Two. One North-American filmmaker is trying to shed light on another – and how the United States let the perpetrators escape justice.

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Chinese artist brings unique paintings to UN
October 23, 2018

Chinese artist brings unique paintings to UN

A leading Chinese artist is showcasing his paintings at the United Nations headquarters. Changxin Zhou is recognized as the founder of “Heavy-Color Oil Painting” and he’s been in New York to spread the word.

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September 19, 2018

The Empresses of China

CGTN gives you a glimpse inside the Forbidden City, to meet the empresses who defied expectations and helped define a dynasty.

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September 5, 2018

Tariffs threaten future of Virginia farm

The summer of 2017 represented new pastures for beef exporters in the United States. The Chinese market once again reopened to American beef. One farmer in the U.S. state of Virginia even went on a government trade mission, but the current trade war has left beef exporters on edge.

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August 16, 2018

Robots take over shifts at a restaurant in Shanghai

Robots are making their way into many aspects of life in China. Now, some are leaving the labs for shifts at restaurants. CGTN’s Frances Kuo has more on how they’re changing the dining experience. A quick glance across a restaurant in Shanghai, and you don’t […]

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July 27, 2018

China begins importing Russian natural gas from Arctic

With its crackdown on pollution, China is on track to become the world’s biggest importer of natural gas, a much cleaner energy alternative to coal. Fueling that rise in imports coming from above the Arctic Circle is a massive liquefied natural gas production facility in Russia.

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