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China's Ministry of Land and Resources Sells 86 Acres To BYD Co
 
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China's Ministry of Land and Resources officially sold 86 acres of land to BYD Co., the Chinese carmaker part-owned by billionaire Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.A), in an open public bidding for industrial expansion. The original lease of land and a large-scale vehicle manufacturing expansion at the company's Xi'an Plants were halted September 30, 2010 by the Ministry, fining BYD for premature construction in an "agriculturally-zoned" area.
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APGC2013 11 Zhizhong
 
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Global geoparks and geotourism in China Professor Zhizhong Zhao Deputy Director, Centre of National Geoparks of China, Ministry of Land and Resources, China
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Large Karst Formation Discovered in Yunnan, China
 
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Geologists from China's Ministry of Land and Resources have discovered southwest China's largest karst formation. The geologists found the formation in Zhenxiong County in Yunnan Province while on a research expedition to the area that ended Monday. The scientists said that the formation has at least 10 karst features. Southwest China has one of the world's most extensive and developed karst formations. Karst landscapes are formed when rainwater erodes rocks into sinkholes, fissures and caves. More on: http://newscontent.cctv.com/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=300108 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCTV/756877521031964 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
China Minning 2011.wmv
 
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CHINA MINING Congress & Expo 2011, hosted by the Ministry of Land and Resources and the Tianjin Municipal Government, will be held at the Tianjin Meijiang Convention and Exhibition Center on November 6 to 8, 2011.
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China's submersible breaks benthic sampling record
 
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China's Haima unmanned submersible has collected 330 kilograms of cobalt-rich crust samples from the Yap Seamount sea area during its Pacific scientific investigation mission, according to the China Geological Survey Bureau under the Ministry of Land and Resources. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Chinese HD observation satellite Gaofen-2 put into service
 
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China’s most advanced observation satellite, the Gaofen-2, has been put into service after being launched in August, 2014. The Gaofen-2 is able to view objects as small as 0.8 meters from space in full color. Gaofen-2 provides services for more than ten Chinese government departments, including both the ministry of land and resources and ministry of transport. Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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CHINA claims to exploit fire in THE SOUTH CHINA SEA
 
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CHINA claims to exploit fire in THE SOUTH CHINA SEA The Bureau of Geological Survey of the Ministry of Land Resources of China said on May 18 that it had exploited fire fires in the North China Sea. After seven days of 19 hours of extraction, China has exploited Methane Hydrate for the first time in the waters of Than Than in the north of the South China Sea ( Near Hong Kong). According to the report, starting from May 10, drilling rig has been deployed in Than Ho area about 285km south of Hong Kong, where depth is 1,266m, conducted exploration drilling to depth from 203 -277m is the burner ground. My channel here: http://bit.ly/2bekG3G URL video: http://bit.ly/2qzv0LR G+ here: http://bit.ly/2ceByt8
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China suffers land loss from pollution
 
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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Soil pollution is a prevalent issue in China, and high levels of heavy metals have been detected in rice and vegetables. China's land survey results have long been a "state secret", and many people are suspicious that soil contamination levels in China may be more severe than recently reported. China's Deputy Minister of Land and Resources revealed the national land survey results during Monday's State Council press conference, a first since 1996. The official said some 50 million mu (8.2 million acres) of soil is medium to heavily polluted and unfit for farming, but he left out many further details. Mainland Chinese media reported that the official didn't elaborate on the 50 million mu of polluted soil and provided no comparable figure, but indicated heavy metals as the main pollutants in industrial and mining areas in the Yangtze River Delta, Pearl River Delta, and the old industrial bases in northeastern China. Wall Street Journal says that the pollution figure equals about 2.5% of China's total arable land in 2012. Meaning heavy pollution has made 2.5% of China's arable land unfit for farming. This figure does not include mildly contaminated soil that could also harm crops. A book published by China's Ministry of Environmental Protection in 2013 titled, Soil Pollution and Human Health, says 20 million hectares of arable land is heavy-metal polluted, accounting for one sixth of the total cultivated area. That equates to 13 million tons of heavy metal contaminated foods and crops per year. Scholars say soil pollution is especially acute in Hunan Province, which is known as China's rice bowl. Among the heavy metals, cadmium is considered to be the most harmful. The New York Times reports that according to one market research company, Hunan produced 17 million tons of rice in 2012, "16 percent of the national total". Huang Yuming, associate environmental sciences professor at Taiwan National Chung Hsing University: "Cadmium is toxic even at low levels and poses greater risk of toxicity, as crops absorb it more easily. The tainted rice will lead to nerve pain, kidney failure, and osteoporosis. China cannot avoid the issue of food safety." Experts say that soil pollution in China is mainly caused by wastewater discharges, accumulated industrial solid waste, pesticides, and excessive use of fertilizers. Huang Yuming: "Industrial wastewater must be strictly controlled, because polluted water leads to soil pollution and the further spread of pollutants. Some factories have no ethics. Their randomly disposed industrial waste spreads the pollutants. Fertilizers are also one of targets that need to be controlled. Taiwan has banned some of the fertilizers but the Chinese mainlanders continue using them." The Land bureau also said that the land problem stems from pollution and industrialization. The total arable land figure went down about 0.2% from 2006 to 2009. China's stock of arable land has fallen to 1.52 mu per capita and is less than half the world average per capita. In the past 13 years, 41.78 million mu (6.9 million acres) of high-quality arable land have been urbanized. Huang Yuming: "The arable land should be avoided in urbanization. The urbanization of China's farm land has been scary. They occupy huge areas whenever a new city is developed. You can imagine how much farm land has been lost." The Land Ministry says an initiative to treat tainted soil and convert degraded farm lands into forest and grass lands with annual budget of tens of billions will be launched. But there are criticisms that the massive soil contamination and arable land loss is caused by local governments condoning industry activity on pollution issues and making profits through arable land grabs in the name of raising GDP. Without correcting these problems, yet engaging in the expensive recovery of tainted soil, the true intentions of the authorities are abundantly clear. 《神韵》2014世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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China Succeeds in Trial Mining of Natural Gas Hydrate
 
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China has mastered the core technologies for mining natural gas hydrate after extracting high purity gas in the South China Sea for 22 consecutive days, the longest time in the world, the Ministry of Land and Resources said Friday. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170602/8052064.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
Illegal demolition What is the Chinese law?
 
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Gaozan village in Xingtan town Shunde district Foshan Guangdong China has a population over 10,000 people. The villagers here own over 100,000 hectares of farmlands and live by farming. In 2010, the villager committee and land share cooperative used development of the village as an excuse to collect all of our farmlands without approval document nor following the correct procedure required by law. Since then, we lost the most reliable and fundamental source of livelihood. Not only our farmlands are taken away from us, we are also oppressed by the committee. People here are living in misery. In order to recover the rights of villagers, some Gaozan villagers pressed a charge against China’s Ministry of Land and Resources in Beijing First Intermediate People’s Court so that the Ministry of Land and Resources would have to show us the approval document for collecting our farmlands. However, the villagers who went to Beijing were threatened, kidnapped, and assaulted by criminal gang who the committee is colluding with. Some other villagers keep petitioning in local government offices, but the local government keeps shifting responsibility onto others and uses evasive answers instead of solving problem. For seeking justice for our villagers and restoring our lost farmlands, I’m here to ask any lawyer for help to get our source of livelihood back and secure our villager’s life safety. Help us please!
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China finds huge deposit of natural gas hydrate in frozen lands 2009 News
 
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China has successfully excavated combustible ice a kind of natural gas hydrate in permanent tundra in the south margin of the country s northwestern Qilian Mountains the country s official Xinhua News Agency reported the findings on Friday from the Ministry of Land and Resources. Zhang Hongtao General engineer from the Ministry of Land and Resources said that the newly found mine would greatly support China s economy in the long term. Samples of combustible ice were collected in the area in November 2008 making China the first country to collect the gas hydrate from a tundra in the medium and low latitudes according to the ministry. The ministry also said it showed that China has become the third country to successfully excavate a gas hydrate from a land-based area in the world after Canada and the United States. Preliminary research shows that the prospective volume of natural gas hydrate in the country s frozen earth regions could reach 35 b billion tonnes of oil equivalent. Zhu Youhai a Chinese continental gas hydrate expert said on China s state-run CCTV that the mine probably has a huge reserve and we are trying to figure out the quantity of the reserve and how many years it can satisfy China s demand for energy. The television station said that the gas mine is scheduled for extraction in 10 years.
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Illegal demolition What is the Chinese law?
 
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Gaozan village in Xingtan town Shunde district Foshan Guangdong China has a population over 10,000 people. The villagers here own over 100,000 hectares of farmlands and live by farming. In 2010, the villager committee and land share cooperative used development of the village as an excuse to collect all of our farmlands without approval document nor following the correct procedure required by law. Since then, we lost the most reliable and fundamental source of livelihood. Not only our farmlands are taken away from us, we are also oppressed by the committee. People here are living in misery. In order to recover the rights of villagers, some Gaozan villagers pressed a charge against China’s Ministry of Land and Resources in Beijing First Intermediate People’s Court so that the Ministry of Land and Resources would have to show us the approval document for collecting our farmlands. However, the villagers who went to Beijing were threatened, kidnapped, and assaulted by criminal gang who the committee is colluding with. Some other villagers keep petitioning in local government offices, but the local government keeps shifting responsibility onto others and uses evasive answers instead of solving problem. For seeking justice for our villagers and restoring our lost farmlands, I’m here to ask any lawyer for help to get our source of livelihood back and secure our villager’s life safety. Help us please!
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South china sea : Norway PM chides China obliquely; asserts might is not right
 
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South china sea : Norway PM chides China obliquely; asserts might is not right SUBSCRIBE my channel here: https://goo.gl/F8gn4Z G+ here: https://goo.gl/UzMJVe ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg speaks at the inaugural event of the three-day Raisina Dialogue conference in New Delhi. New Delhi: Norway on Tuesday commended India for adhering to the international rules of law with respect to the law of seas and indirectly pulled up China for using might as right. “When large countries respect international law, smaller countries take note. The principle of ‘might is right’ cannot be used as a basis for governing our oceans, or anything else, for that matter,” Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg said at the key-note address at the fourth edition of the Raisina Dialogue in presence of PM Narendra Modi here on Tuesday night. Earlier in the day, India and Norway signed a pact to launch the oceans dialogue. “India and Norway share democratic values and an emphasis on international norms and laws,” Solberg said. Alluding to the fact that rules-based international order has served Norway well, the visiting premier said: “A concrete example is the settlement of the maritime boundary dispute between Norway and Russia in 2010. Our disputed maritime claims were in areas with an abundance of natural resources. Achieving an agreement was not easy, but it was in our mutual interest. The agreement is important for our future blue economy.” These remarks are significant in the context of China’s attempts to undermine the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) regarding disputes in the South China Sea (SCS) region and its refusal to accept the 2016 UNCLOS verdict in a China-vs-Philippines case. Chinese behaviour in the SCS has threatened the freedom of navigation and its BRI through land and seas is viewed increasingly as a tool to dominate geo-politics. “Successful cooperation depends on a robust and predictable legal and institutional framework in the ocean space. The UNCLOS provides the legal framework for ocean diplo... ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------
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Illegal demolition  What is the Chinese law?
 
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Gaozan village in Xingtan town Shunde district Foshan Guangdong China has a population over 10,000 people. The villagers here own over 100,000 hectares of farmlands and live by farming. In 2010, the villager committee and land share cooperative used development of the village as an excuse to collect all of our farmlands without approval document nor following the correct procedure required by law. Since then, we lost the most reliable and fundamental source of livelihood. Not only our farmlands are taken away from us, we are also oppressed by the committee. People here are living in misery. In order to recover the rights of villagers, some Gaozan villagers pressed a charge against China’s Ministry of Land and Resources in Beijing First Intermediate People’s Court so that the Ministry of Land and Resources would have to show us the approval document for collecting our farmlands. However, the villagers who went to Beijing were threatened, kidnapped, and assaulted by criminal gang who the committee is colluding with. Some other villagers keep petitioning in local government offices, but the local government keeps shifting responsibility onto others and uses evasive answers instead of solving problem. For seeking justice for our villagers and restoring our lost farmlands, I’m here to ask any lawyer for help to get our source of livelihood back and secure our villager’s life safety. Help us please!
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China Launches Ninth HD Earth-observation Satellite
 
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China sent its ninth high-definition Earth observation satellite into orbit by a Long March 2D rocket on Monday from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, northwest China's Gansu Province. The satellite, Gaofen-9, belongs to the country's earth observation system which mainly provides services for the Ministry of Land and Resources, Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Environmental Protection. Gaofen-9 can reach up to sub-meter level resolution. It is designed for geographic and resources survey, urban design, legal confirmation of land rights, road network design, crop yield estimation and disaster prevention. More on: http://newscontent.cctv.com/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=316243 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCTV/756877521031964 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
Shenzhen landslide: How mountain of construction debris buried buildings, people in China - TomoNews
 
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SHENZHEN, CHINA — Either because of corruption or simple negligence, officials chose to ignore the 380,000 square metres of construction debris that towered over the outskirts of one of the most populous cities in China. That is, until everything came crashing down on Sunday, when a massive wave of mud and construction debris blanketed 33 buildings and scores of people who were unable to escape fast enough. According to officials at the Ministry of Land and Resources, the incident was not a natural landslide. Instead, a mound of construction waste on a hill in Shenzhen's outskirts toppled over and collapsed, sending a mudslide down the length of the hill that crashed into the buildings below. Several years ago, the location of the landslide was a quarry. But because dumpsites were needed for the debris generated by the frenzy of construction in Shenzhen, the quarry was converted into a dump for construction waste. Dirt was stacked on top of the natural hill the quarry sits on, and bulldozers added more soil onto the mound every day. Reuters reports that the mound of construction waste eventually became too tall and its angle too steep, which led to its collapse. The dump site should have been closed this past February, but local workers told a local news portal run by authorities in Shenzhen that debris continued to be dumped there each day. Residents are pointing their fingers at gross negligence on the part of local officials. Given that a government-run newspaper even printed a warning last year that Shenzhen was running out of dumping space, it's hard to imagine no one was aware of this ticking time bomb. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Ministry of Finance& Resources - The Land Application Process Explained
 
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For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ Wilbert Valemos - Commission of Lands, Ministry of Natural Resources & Immigration Amin Bobadillo - National Estate Officer, Ministry of Natural Resources & Immigration
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Death Toll in East China Landslide Rises to 26
 
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The death toll from the massive landslide in east China's Zhejiang province has risen to 25, while 12 others remain missing, rescuers said on Monday. The landslide struck a village of Lishui City late night on Friday, burying dozens of homes in mud and rocks. The youngest among the recovered dead bodies was only two years old. Some 2,300 people are now engaged in search and rescue despite the rainy weather, which can hamper the rescue efforts and is expected to last throughout the week. Li Xuanze, a 64-year-old resident in the hardest-hit village of Lidong, recalled the horrific experience when the disaster first hit. "I was woken by a thunderous sound, and when I tried to turn on the lights, I found the power was out. So I picked up a torchlight and opened the gate, only to find mud all over the place, only steps away from the gate. I hurried back to wake up my wife and kids and put on my clothes," Li said. Mr Li went on to wake up the southern part of the village, where the mud had yet to reach, and urged fellow villagers to immediately evacuate to higher grounds. On his way back, Li heard shouting for help from a disabled neighbor who had been stranded in his home. "It felt like the sky was falling down," said 45-year-old Li Jinnan, who was trapped inside with his 84-year-old mother. "They (Li Xuanze and a fellow villager) heard us shouting inside, and forced open the gate with a hammer, and pulled me out with the help of my uncle." As of Monday morning, more than 300 residents have been relocated from Lidong village, according to the local government. Fifty professional psychologists have been sent to provide help for family members of the victims. The Ministry of Land and Resources also dispatched staff from Beijing to carry out inspections in Lishui's neighboring mountain area and prepared to organize more evacuations. More on: http://news.cctvplus.tv/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=326821 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCTV/756877521031964 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
Fang Wang on Urban Planning, Architecture Landscape and Human Geography
 
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WANG Fang, Ph.D., is a Professor at the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Peking University, and the director of the Sino-German Joint Laboratory on Urbanization and Locality Research, and a registered urban planner. After receiving a Ph.D. in architectural design and theory from Tsinghua University, Prof. WANG completed her postdoctoral research in geography with a concentration in urban planning at Peking University. From 2011 to 2012, she was a visiting scholar at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Prof. WANG’s research concerns the cultural landscape and its locality in urban and rural areas, which includes the preservation and renewal of historical architecture, historical districts and regional linear heritage corridor. The representative accomplishments include “Urban and rural memory” and “Geo-Architecture and Landscape”. Prof. WANG has published eight books (six at Springer, including Beijing Urban Memory, Geo-Architecture and Landscape series, Urbanization and Locality, five of which have been collected in the Harvard library) and more than 80 academic papers and translated nine books from English to Chinese for publication. She has directed one project subsidized by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC, No. 51078003), co-hosted three Sino–German Center projects (Nos. GZ 1086, GZ 1156, GZ 1201) jointly subsidized by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and the German Science Foundation (DFG), and piloted in seven other projects that received provincial and ministry–level funding. As team leader, she won the Second Prize of the Land Resources Science and Technology Award in 2015, sponsored by the Ministry of Land and Resources of the People’s Republic of China.
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ཊིབེཏ་ Tibet to Beijing:Railroad Photo Show Ⓒ 2009 William Kai Stephanos  中国 China
 
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Tibet ,ཊིབེཏ་ Lhasa to Beijing 中国: Qinghai Railroad 'skytrain' Railroad Photo Show July 2007...49 hours on the train w/ out getting off....starts in the wee morning hours of Lhasa to landscapes in the wild then on to photos of Chengdu before the earthquake.........the video goes way past Chengdu....the very last photo is Tienanmen Square in the rain at night...xie xie ཊིབེཏ་ チベット How China is Plundering the Natural Resources of Tibet: http://woodsmoke.wordpress.com/2008/08/22/how-china-is-plundering-the-natural-resources-of-tibet/ China is incurring huge expenditure in transferring and consolidating the Chinese population in Tibet. Massive investment has been made to build a network of modern highways all over Tibet. China can also boast of having laid the highest railway track in the world that connects Lhasa with Beijing. In fact, China often complains that its civilizing mission in Tibet is costing the government and people of China large amounts in terms of subsidies to an under-developed region. According to official Chinese statistics, the level of annual subsidies to the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) in the late 1980s was around 1 billion yuan or $270 million. However, all the infrastructure that China has built in Tibet has not made the lives of the native Tibetans any better; it has only taken the exploitative apparatuses of the Chinese government deeper. Chinas Ministry of Land and Resources has announced monumental new resource discoveries all across Tibet. The findings are the culmination of a secret 7-year, $44 million survey project, which began in 1999. More than 1,000 researchers were divided into 24 separate groups and fanned out across the Qinghai-Tibet plateau to geologically map the entire Tibetan region. Their findings have lead to a discovery of 16 major new deposits of copper, iron, lead, zinc and other minerals worth an estimated $128 billion. These discoveries add to Tibets proven deposits of 126 minerals, with a significant share of the worlds reserves in lithium, chromite, copper, borax, and iron. Lack of resources has been a bottleneck for the economy, Meng Xianlai, director of the China Geological Survey, had once complained in his statements. The discoveries in Tibet will alleviate the mounting resources pressure China is facing. Tibet is now said to hold as much as 40 million tons of copper — one third of Chinas total, 40 million tons of lead and zinc, and more than a billion tons of high-grade iron. Among the Tibet discoveries is Chinas first substantial rich-iron supply. A seam called Nyixung, is alone expected to contain as much as 500 million tons. Thats enough to reduce Chinese iron import by 20 per cent. The new copper reserves are no less substantial. A 250-mile seam of the metal has been found along Tibets environmentally sensitive Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge. One mine there, called Yulong, already described as the second-largest reserve in China, is now estimated to hold as much as 18 million tons, according to the government news site Xinhua and could soon become the largest copper mine in the country, helping to feed Chinas increasing demand of the metal used for electrical wiring and power generation. China, which until now has imported much of its copper from Chile, is estimated to hold 5.6 per cent of the worlds copper and is its seventh largest producer. The riches that China expects to extract from Tibet in the near future, perhaps better explains the money that China annually spends on Tibet than the empty claims of modernizing Tibet. [click on link for more...] ---the music will heal your lungs. Ancient Chinese traditional healing energy music. It is is specific for the lungs. Ⓒ 2009 unit45x William Kai Stephanos
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CHINA is about to launch large scale firefighting
 
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CHINA is about to launch large scale firefighting China will set up 2-4 large firewood extraction facilities to develop on an industrial scale. On June 2, the deputy director of the Geological Survey of the Ministry of Land and Resources (MOLR) said the information. According to him, the Chinese government will also set regulations and other industrial procedures. China currently estimates 80 billion tons of burning ice. According to the Director of the Mineral Reserve Division of MOLR Vu Hai Phong, firefighting is a new mineral and involves the development of firefighting in the area of emerging strategic sectors to encourage businesses to exploit. This resource. Earlier, in mid-May 2017, China claimed to have exploited ice for the first time in depths of 1.219m in the South China Sea. The trial of firefighting was carried out for 187 hours of continuous output. SUBSCRIBE my channel here: http://bit.ly/2bekG3G URL video: http://bit.ly/2rxXswq G+ here: http://bit.ly/2ceByt8 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hashtag: #HotNews #SouthChinaSea #ChinaSea
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Iceland Turns Down Chinese Tycoon
 
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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Chinese tycoon Huang Nubo's plan to buy land in Iceland finally came to an end on November 26th when Iceland's tough-talking interior minister rejected his application to purchase land. Huang Nubo was astonished by this decision, for he was fully optimistic about the purchase. Since 2007 until his application, the Iceland government has taken 25 foreigners' land purchase applications and ejected one only. What, then, was the reason for this rejection? The experts share their analyses. Plateau, volcanic rocks and weeds, as well as the roaring wind, this 300 square kilometers of barren land located in the northeast of Iceland is where Huang Nubo had planned to buy for a price of US $90 million. He also intended to invest US$100 million or more into building a luxurious hotel and golf course for tourism. However, on the 26th, the Icelandic Interior Minister Jonasson formally rejected Huang Nubo's land purchase application. Icelandic Ministry of the Interior said in a statement that there's no precedent example of any foreign buyers to purchase a piece of land on such a large scale. Friday's decision is final and cannot be appealed, the minister said. Economists Caoang analyzed that after so many years of development, the Icelandic tourism industry has basically been saturated. Huang Nubo's land purchase would account for 3% of all of Iceland, which is alarming to the Icelandic government. Economist Caoang: "A tourism development on such a large scale, in terms of investment, is ludicrous, and we should pay attention to his background, Mr. Huang was once a cadre in Propaganda department, and an official. Many media professionals have said that the Chinese government will establish a military base in the name of the local tourism industry, so in this case, the local government refusing the purchase is completely out of being on alert." Huang Nubo's intention was once questioned when he proposed his land purchase application at the end of August. Huang Nubo's work history in the Communist regime's Central Propaganda Department and the Chinese Ministry of Construction caused concern: "Beijing is trying to get a strategic foothold in the North Atlantic." In response to the speculation that his land purchase is on behalf of the Communist regime, Huang Nubo issued a statement and claimed that his plan has no relation to any political intent. He explained that since the eighties and the nineties of last century, Chinese government officials going into business has been a trend. Huang Nubo established his fame in the real estate market. According to Forbes rankings, he possesses US $890 million of net assets and is ranked 161 on the China Rich List. "China's affairs" editor Wu Fan believes that Huang Nubo's investment to buy land was supported by the Chinese Communist regime, and a strategic investment of the Chinese authorities. Wu Fan analyzed that the ice in the Arctic of north Iceland, due to the weather warming, would dissolve, and the routes could be opened in the summer, which would in turn reduce the export transportation costs. In addition to this transportation interest, another benefit is the greater Arctic energy. "China's affairs" editor Wu Fan; "If China owns a piece of land near the North Pole in Iceland, it is equal to owning an 'enclave', and 'enclave' is a territory outside the state; With 'enclaves' development, it is difficult to predict. The strategic analysts believe this would be a disadvantage to the West, against the interest of the United States, and not necessarily beneficial to Iceland. " British "Financial Times" analyzed, "whatever his motives, the deal shows how China and its entrepreneurs are increasingly looking to exercise their growing financial muscle abroad." The report indicated, "Chinese investors are buying up land and resources around the world." Economist Caoang: "The root cause of this alert of China is because China is an authoritarian state, not a democratic country. A democracy will not encounter these problems. Therefore, the whole issue is for China to solve the system problem, which is a fundamental problem, rather than lying to deceive the world. " Brussels Institute of Contemporary China Research Director Hall Slager said: "This investment project in Iceland may be civil behavior, but it does meet the overseas acquisition of land, raw materials and technology policy and other strategic assets." NTD reporters LIU Hui, Li Jing and Gei Lei
Views: 1089 ChinaForbiddenNews
Over 100 people buried in landslide in SW China, rescue underway
 
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An emergency response team was deployed early Saturday to Maoxian country in Southwest China's Sichuan Province, where 100 people are believed to have been buried due to recent landslides. China's Land and Resources ministry has activated level-III emergency response measures in a four-tier system against geologic disasters following the landslides. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Watch CGTN Live: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2-Aq7f_BwE Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
Views: 8543 CGTN
This is TIBET www.youtube.com/TibetArchive
 
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Click here for more Tibet videos: http://www.youtube.com/TibetArchive China's "Civilizing" Mission in my Country, Tibet. http://tinyurl.com/SaveTibetFromChina China is incurring huge expenditure in transferring and consolidating the Chinese population in Tibet. Massive investment has been made to build a network of modern highways all over Tibet. China can also boast of having laid the highest railway track in the world that connects Lhasa with Beijing. In fact, China often complains that its "civilizing" mission in Tibet is costing the government and people of China large amounts in terms of subsidies to an under-developed region. According to official Chinese statistics, the level of annual subsidies to the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) in the late 1980s was around 1 billion yuan or $270 million. However, all the infrastructure that China has built in Tibet has not made the lives of the native Tibetans any better; it has only taken the exploitative apparatuses of the Chinese government deeper. China's Ministry of Land and Resources has announced monumental new resource discoveries all across Tibet. The findings are the culmination of a secret 7-year, $44 million survey project, which began in 1999. More than 1,000 researchers were divided into 24 separate groups and fanned out across the Qinghai-Tibet plateau to geologically map the entire Tibetan region. Their findings have lead to a discovery of 16 major new deposits of copper, iron, lead, zinc and other minerals worth an estimated $128 billion. These discoveries add to Tibet's proven deposits of 126 minerals, with a significant share of the world's reserves in lithium, chromite, copper, borax, and iron. "Lack of resources has been a bottleneck for the economy," Meng Xianlai, director of the China Geological Survey, had once complained in his statements. The discoveries in Tibet "will alleviate the mounting resources pressure China is facing." Tibet is now said to hold as much as 40 million tons of copper — one third of China's total, 40 million tons of lead and zinc, and more than a billion tons of high-grade iron. Among the Tibet discoveries is China's first substantial rich-iron supply. A seam called Nyixung, is alone expected to contain as much as 500 million tons. That's enough to reduce Chinese iron import by 20 per cent. The new copper reserves are no less substantial. A 250-mile seam of the metal has been found along Tibet's environmentally sensitive Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge. One mine there, called Yulong, already described as the second-largest reserve in China, is now estimated to hold as much as 18 million tons, according to the government news site Xinhua and could soon become the largest copper mine in the country, helping to feed China's increasing demand of the metal used for electrical wiring and power generation. China, which until now has imported much of its copper from Chile, is estimated to hold 5.6 per cent of the world's copper and is its seventh largest producer. The riches that China expects to extract from Tibet in the near future, perhaps better explains the money that China annually spends on Tibet than the empty claims of modernizing Tibet. In fact, an official web site of China has itself disclosed that "Once-quiet, northern Tibet has become a scene of bustle and excitement since a number of inland enterprise marched into the region in response to the government call for speeding up the development of western China. Northern Tibet has more than 200 mining areas with 28 kinds of mineral ores, and is rich in oil and hot springs."
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Villagers rights by the village party secretary collusion triad attack and intimidation
 
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Gaozan village in Xingtan town Shunde district Foshan Guangdong China has a population over 10,000 people. The villagers here own over 100,000 hectares of farmlands and live by farming. In 2010, the villager committee and land share cooperative used development of the village as an excuse to collect all of our farmlands without approval document nor following the correct procedure required by law. Since then, we lost the most reliable and fundamental source of livelihood. Not only our farmlands are taken away from us, we are also oppressed by the committee. People here are living in misery. In order to recover the rights of villagers, some Gaozan villagers pressed a charge against China’s Ministry of Land and Resources in Beijing First Intermediate People’s Court so that the Ministry of Land and Resources would have to show us the approval document for collecting our farmlands. However, the villagers who went to Beijing were threatened, kidnapped, and assaulted by criminal gang who the committee is colluding with. Some other villagers keep petitioning in local government offices, but the local government keeps shifting responsibility onto others and uses evasive answers instead of solving problem. For seeking justice for our villagers and restoring our lost farmlands, I’m here to ask any lawyer for help to get our source of livelihood back and secure our villager’s life safety. Help us please!
Views: 14 Jade Woodland
China To Restrict Expansion Of Cities In Move To Curb 'ghost Towns'
 
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The state-backed Beijing News reported on Friday, China will more strictly police the expansion of cities to stop the spread of highly developed but sparsely populated cities or districts known as ghost towns. Dong Zuoji, head of the Ministry of Land and Resources planning bureau, said new guidance issued by the ministry on Thursday would allow for strict controls on new urban development. He said unless a city's population is too dense or expansion is deemed necessary to cope with natural disasters, new urban districts will not be permitted. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/Tb0QNhZJnAU/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
Views: 137 Wochit News
141 people missing after massive landslide in SW China
 
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Local authorities in southwest China's Sichuan Province have confirmed that 141 people are missing following a massive landslide, triggered by torrential rain, hit Xinmo village in Maoxian County on Saturday. China's Land and Resources Ministry has upgraded its response measures to level-II, the second highest on a four-tier system against geologic disasters, and dispatched a group of experts to the scene. A family of three escaped the mountain of debris, and was sent to the Maoxian People's Hospital. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Watch CGTN Live: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2-Aq7f_BwE Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
Views: 2318 CGTN
China Is Propping Up Venezuela's Dying Economy
 
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As ordinary Venezuelans starve, the nation's socialist dictator grows fat on Chinese influence. Do you have questions for us? Join us on Patreon for an opportunity to have Chris or the team personally answer your most pressing questions in one of our videos and to get other exclusive rewards. https://www.patreon.com/ChinaUncensored Check out our latest spin-off, the China Unscripted podcast! China Unscripted Website: http://www.chinaunscripted.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ChinaUnscripted Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/57sUZynslmmkV4qMQ6FvqA iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/china-unscripted/id1410850500 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=210698 Subscribe for more episodes! https://www.youtube.com/ChinaUncensored Make sure to share with your friends! ______________________________ #Venezuela #Maduro
Views: 167553 China Uncensored
Yeoh Bee Yin: M'sia won't be plastic dumping ground
 
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The Cabinet has decided to set up a joint ministerial committee to look into ways of dealing with the import of plastic waste in the country. Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin said the committee comprises her ministry, the Housing and Local Government Ministry, International Trade and Industry Ministry, as well as the Water, Land and Natural Resources Ministry. Yeo added the issue of imported plastic waste had become more serious due to China's ban on such material. Read more at: https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/10/16/joint-ministerial-committee-to-be-set-up-msia-wont-be-plastic-dumping-ground
Views: 4583 The Star Online
HH Dalai Lama TODAY show interview at home in Exile (India)
 
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Click here for more Tibet videos http://www.youtube.com/TibetArchive China is incurring huge expenditure in transferring and consolidating the Chinese population in Tibet. Massive investment has been made to build a network of modern highways all over Tibet. China can also boast of having laid the highest railway track in the world that connects Lhasa with Beijing. In fact, China often complains that its "civilizing" mission in Tibet is costing the government and people of China large amounts in terms of subsidies to an under-developed region. According to official Chinese statistics, the level of annual subsidies to the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) in the late 1980s was around 1 billion yuan or $270 million. However, all the infrastructure that China has built in Tibet has not made the lives of the native Tibetans any better; it has only taken the exploitative apparatuses of the Chinese government deeper.  Link: http://woodsmoke.wordpress.com/2008/08/22/how-china-is-plundering-the-natural-resources-of-tibet/   China's Ministry of Land and Resources has announced monumental new resource discoveries all across Tibet. The findings are the culmination of a secret 7-year, $44 million survey project, which began in 1999. More than 1,000 researchers were divided into 24 separate groups and fanned out across the Qinghai-Tibet plateau to geologically map the entire Tibetan region. Their findings have lead to a discovery of 16 major new deposits of copper, iron, lead, zinc and other minerals worth an estimated $128 billion. These discoveries add to Tibet's proven deposits of 126 minerals, with a significant share of the world's reserves in lithium, chromite, copper, borax, and iron.   Tibet is now said to hold as much as 40 million tons of copper — one third of China's total, 40 million tons of lead and zinc, and more than a billion tons of high-grade iron. Among the Tibet discoveries is China's first substantial rich-iron supply. A seam called Nyixung, is alone expected to contain as much as 500 million tons. That's enough to reduce Chinese iron import by 20 per cent. The new copper reserves are no less substantial. A 250-mile seam of the metal has been found along Tibet's environmentally sensitive Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge. One mine there, called Yulong, already described as the second-largest reserve in China, is now estimated to hold as much as 18 million tons, according to the government news site Xinhua and could soon become the largest copper mine in the country.   The riches that China expects to extract from Tibet in the near future, perhaps better explains the money that China annually spends on Tibet than the empty claims of modernizing Tibet. In fact, an official web site of China has itself disclosed that "Once-quiet, northern Tibet has become a scene of bustle and excitement since a number of inland enterprise marched into the region in response to the government call for speeding up the development of western China. Northern Tibet has more than 200 mining areas with 28 kinds of mineral ores, and is rich in oil and hot springs."   Deforestation is a major source of employment in Tibet: in the Kongpo area of the TAR alone, over 20,000 Chinese soldiers and Tibetan prisoners are involved in tree felling and transportation of timber. In 1949, Ngapa, in Amdo, had 2.20 million hectares of land under forest cover. Its timber reserve then stood at 340 million cubic mt. In the 1980s, it was reduced to 1.17 million hectares, with a timber reserve of only 180 million cubic mt. Similarly, during 30 years, till 1985 China exploited 6.44 million cubic mt of timber from Kanlho Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. As new roads increasingly penetrate remote areas of Tibet, China is finding new excuses to increase the rate of deforestation in the region. China's primary objective of constructing roads in Tibet is to deploy occupying forces like the People's Liberation Army, along with defence materials, and immigration of Chinese, as well as to exploit the natural resources of Tibet, which are transported primarily to China. Roads may run through most Tibetan villages, but a public transport system is almost non-existent in the majority of rural Tibet. The Chinese modern means of transport do not benefit the majority of Tibetans. Tibetans in most places continue to use horses, mules, yaks, donkeys and sheep as modes of transportation. Thus, the Chinese claim of investing heavily in "civilizing" the Tibetans is one of the most shameless lies that one can perpetuate.    China is exploiting far more from Tibet than what it is giving back. While China is proudly hosting the Olympics with its spectacular stadia and dazzling shows, the future of Tibet is turning gloomier.
Views: 178251 TA
Tibet : The Story of Tragedy (Part 2/6)
 
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Click here for more Tibet videos: http://www.youtube.com/TibetArchive China's "Civilizing" Mission in my Country, Tibet. http://tinyurl.com/SaveTibetFromChina China is incurring huge expenditure in transferring and consolidating the Chinese population in Tibet. Massive investment has been made to build a network of modern highways all over Tibet. China can also boast of having laid the highest railway track in the world that connects Lhasa with Beijing. In fact, China often complains that its "civilizing" mission in Tibet is costing the government and people of China large amounts in terms of subsidies to an under-developed region. According to official Chinese statistics, the level of annual subsidies to the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) in the late 1980s was around 1 billion yuan or $270 million. However, all the infrastructure that China has built in Tibet has not made the lives of the native Tibetans any better; it has only taken the exploitative apparatuses of the Chinese government deeper. China's Ministry of Land and Resources has announced monumental new resource discoveries all across Tibet. The findings are the culmination of a secret 7-year, $44 million survey project, which began in 1999. More than 1,000 researchers were divided into 24 separate groups and fanned out across the Qinghai-Tibet plateau to geologically map the entire Tibetan region. Their findings have lead to a discovery of 16 major new deposits of copper, iron, lead, zinc and other minerals worth an estimated $128 billion. These discoveries add to Tibet's proven deposits of 126 minerals, with a significant share of the world's reserves in lithium, chromite, copper, borax, and iron. "Lack of resources has been a bottleneck for the economy," Meng Xianlai, director of the China Geological Survey, had once complained in his statements. The discoveries in Tibet "will alleviate the mounting resources pressure China is facing." Tibet is now said to hold as much as 40 million tons of copper — one third of China's total, 40 million tons of lead and zinc, and more than a billion tons of high-grade iron. Among the Tibet discoveries is China's first substantial rich-iron supply. A seam called Nyixung, is alone expected to contain as much as 500 million tons. That's enough to reduce Chinese iron import by 20 per cent. The new copper reserves are no less substantial. A 250-mile seam of the metal has been found along Tibet's environmentally sensitive Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge. One mine there, called Yulong, already described as the second-largest reserve in China, is now estimated to hold as much as 18 million tons, according to the government news site Xinhua and could soon become the largest copper mine in the country, helping to feed China's increasing demand of the metal used for electrical wiring and power generation. China, which until now has imported much of its copper from Chile, is estimated to hold 5.6 per cent of the world's copper and is its seventh largest producer. The riches that China expects to extract from Tibet in the near future, perhaps better explains the money that China annually spends on Tibet than the empty claims of modernizing Tibet. In fact, an official web site of China has itself disclosed that "Once-quiet, northern Tibet has become a scene of bustle and excitement since a number of inland enterprise marched into the region in response to the government call for speeding up the development of western China. Northern Tibet has more than 200 mining areas with 28 kinds of mineral ores, and is rich in oil and hot springs."
Views: 3075 TA
Will Upcoming Land Reform Make Rural Hukou More Valuable Than Urban?
 
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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews A Chinese netizen says in a post,"I live in Chongqing with a rural hukou (household registration). My wife comes from Hunan and has an urban hukou. After we married, my wife wanted to move her hukou to my hometown, but the public bureau said her hukou could not be changed to a rural one!" His post has led hundreds of Chinese netizens to heated debate. Let's have a look at the report below. In 2010, 195 government employees in Yiwu city, Zhejiang province, secretly changed their hukou to rural ones on the computer system. There has been a local saying that "any rural hukou in Yiwu is worth over a million yuan". This indeed refers to the land value attached to a rural hukous in Yiwu. Mainland Chinese media say such "deurbanization" moves are results of land values. Urbanization, industrialization and over-construction of real estates have greatly raised land prices in recent years. Consequently, rural workers have become unwilling to move their hukou into cities even if they work there. The reason is, once their hukou become urban they will automatically lose lands and therefore chances to benefit from surging land prices. Zheng Yuwen, former deputy editor of Central Party School publication Study Times, says that the value of a rural hukou can be much higher than that of an urban one in developed regions such as Yiwu. This is because rural residents have land, which itself is worth a lot of money. Zheng Yuwen, former deputy editor of Study Times magazine:"In Yiwu the land resource is pretty scarce. When local government expropriates farm lands for construction, the compensation is much higher than average income of governmental employees, even if it is not calculated at the average market land price of the region." However, a problem is that currently rural Chinese residents have no land ownership. They are only allowed to sell lands to the government, but not to developers. Cao Siyuan, CEO of Beijing Siyuan Social Science Research Center and a former member of the State Council economic reform committee, says that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has deprived peasants of land ownership, which is almost all they have. That is why Chinese peasants are so poor. Cao Siyuan, Beijing Siyuan Social Science Research Center CEO: "Peasants should own the lands in rural regions. But through the movement of People's Communes, the ownership became collective, and then bureaucratic. Now nobody exactly knows who has the ownership and therefore the problem has become complicated." The land reform issue was a hot topic before the Third Plenary Session. In a Nov. 1 article, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) called on the CCP authorities to return full house and land ownership to peasants. For a long time, local party leaders have generated revenue and gotten rich through taking land from peasants and selling it to developers. Insufficient compensation and unclear land ownership are the top complaints from peasants. Zheng Yuwen: "Right now, peasants can only sell lands to the government. So the government really plays the role of an intermediary. As the middleman they will squeeze benefits for sure because peasants cannot sell the lands to anyone else. They can lowball the land price and then sell to developers at a much higher price, making huge profits. Why are local governments so active in doing this? The answer is simply the huge profits." Zheng says the Third Plenary Session will not approve private land ownership, but will approve reform of "Same Region, Same Price". The so-called principle of"Same Region, Same Price" will allow peasants to bypass the "middlemen" that are local governments and directly sell lands to developers. This also allows peasants to sell their lands at the same prices that the authorities do. Zheng Yuwen:"I think there is a good chance it'll be approved. Because allowing peasants to sell lands will, for one thing, lead to lower housing prices, and secondly, it will increase rural household incomes." Although the CCP leaders Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang made their promise of carrying out reforms, it is an undeniable fact that local party officials have become accustomed to relying on land sales for revenue. With the huge amounts of debts owed by many local governments, how will the central government overcome resistance from local officials to make real changes with land reforms? This is another big trouble for the party leaders. Zou Xiaoyun is a deputy chief engineer of Land Surveying and Planning Institute at the Ministry of Land and Resources. Zou told Shanghai Security News that there are currently 《神韵》2013世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
Views: 167 ChinaForbiddenNews
Villagers rights by the village party secretary collusion triad attack and intimidation
 
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Gaozan village in Xingtan town Shunde district Foshan Guangdong China has a population over 10,000 people. The villagers here own over 100,000 hectares of farmlands and live by farming. In 2010, the villager committee and land share cooperative used development of the village as an excuse to collect all of our farmlands without approval document nor following the correct procedure required by law. Since then, we lost the most reliable and fundamental source of livelihood. Not only our farmlands are taken away from us, we are also oppressed by the committee. People here are living in misery. In order to recover the rights of villagers, some Gaozan villagers pressed a charge against China’s Ministry of Land and Resources in Beijing First Intermediate People’s Court so that the Ministry of Land and Resources would have to show us the approval document for collecting our farmlands. However, the villagers who went to Beijing were threatened, kidnapped, and assaulted by criminal gang who the committee is colluding with. Some other villagers keep petitioning in local government offices, but the local government keeps shifting responsibility onto others and uses evasive answers instead of solving problem. For seeking justice for our villagers and restoring our lost farmlands, I’m here to ask any lawyer for help to get our source of livelihood back and secure our villager’s life safety. Help us please!
Views: 16 Jade Woodland
Tibet Kalon Tripa (Prime Minister) Meets the Press at Kalachakra 2012
 
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Kalon Tripa Dr Lobsang Sangay addressed a press conference of more than 60 media persons at the Kalachakra venue in Bodh Gaya on 5 Jan. 2012 Click here for more Tibet videos http://www.youtube.com/TibetArchive China is incurring huge expenditure in transferring and consolidating the Chinese population in Tibet. Massive investment has been made to build a network of modern highways all over Tibet. China can also boast of having laid the highest railway track in the world that connects Lhasa with Beijing. In fact, China often complains that its "civilizing" mission in Tibet is costing the government and people of China large amounts in terms of subsidies to an under-developed region. According to official Chinese statistics, the level of annual subsidies to the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) in the late 1980s was around 1 billion yuan or $270 million. However, all the infrastructure that China has built in Tibet has not made the lives of the native Tibetans any better; it has only taken the exploitative apparatuses of the Chinese government deeper.  Link: http://woodsmoke.wordpress.com/2008/08/22/how-china-is-plundering-the-natural-resources-of-tibet/   China's Ministry of Land and Resources has announced monumental new resource discoveries all across Tibet. The findings are the culmination of a secret 7-year, $44 million survey project, which began in 1999. More than 1,000 researchers were divided into 24 separate groups and fanned out across the Qinghai-Tibet plateau to geologically map the entire Tibetan region. Their findings have lead to a discovery of 16 major new deposits of copper, iron, lead, zinc and other minerals worth an estimated $128 billion. These discoveries add to Tibet's proven deposits of 126 minerals, with a significant share of the world's reserves in lithium, chromite, copper, borax, and iron.   Tibet is now said to hold as much as 40 million tons of copper — one third of China's total, 40 million tons of lead and zinc, and more than a billion tons of high-grade iron. Among the Tibet discoveries is China's first substantial rich-iron supply. A seam called Nyixung, is alone expected to contain as much as 500 million tons. That's enough to reduce Chinese iron import by 20 per cent. The new copper reserves are no less substantial. A 250-mile seam of the metal has been found along Tibet's environmentally sensitive Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge. One mine there, called Yulong, already described as the second-largest reserve in China, is now estimated to hold as much as 18 million tons, according to the government news site Xinhua and could soon become the largest copper mine in the country.   The riches that China expects to extract from Tibet in the near future, perhaps better explains the money that China annually spends on Tibet than the empty claims of modernizing Tibet. In fact, an official web site of China has itself disclosed that "Once-quiet, northern Tibet has become a scene of bustle and excitement since a number of inland enterprise marched into the region in response to the government call for speeding up the development of western China. Northern Tibet has more than 200 mining areas with 28 kinds of mineral ores, and is rich in oil and hot springs."   Deforestation is a major source of employment in Tibet: in the Kongpo area of the TAR alone, over 20,000 Chinese soldiers and Tibetan prisoners are involved in tree felling and transportation of timber. In 1949, Ngapa, in Amdo, had 2.20 million hectares of land under forest cover. Its timber reserve then stood at 340 million cubic mt. In the 1980s, it was reduced to 1.17 million hectares, with a timber reserve of only 180 million cubic mt. Similarly, during 30 years, till 1985 China exploited 6.44 million cubic mt of timber from Kanlho Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. As new roads increasingly penetrate remote areas of Tibet, China is finding new excuses to increase the rate of deforestation in the region. China's primary objective of constructing roads in Tibet is to deploy occupying forces like the People's Liberation Army, along with defence materials, and immigration of Chinese, as well as to exploit the natural resources of Tibet, which are transported primarily to China. Roads may run through most Tibetan villages, but a public transport system is almost non-existent in the majority of rural Tibet. The Chinese modern means of transport do not benefit the majority of Tibetans. Tibetans in most places continue to use horses, mules, yaks, donkeys and sheep as modes of transportation. Thus, the Chinese claim of investing heavily in "civilizing" the Tibetans is one of the most shameless lies that one can perpetuate.    China is exploiting far more from Tibet than what it is giving back. While China is proudly hosting the Olympics with its spectacular stadia and dazzling shows, the future of Tibet is turning gloomier.
Views: 6068 TA
No Victory for Sichuan Farmers after Winning Case
 
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Farmers in Leshan City of China's Sichuan Province have won a rare legal case to get their land back—but they've lost the battle. In May, 2006, local authorities confiscated their farmland, which they owned collectively, to build an office for the Jiajiang Power Supply Bureau. Authorities sent in more than 200 people, including armed police, to take the land away. Many of the farmers were beaten or arrested. So the villagers took them took them to court. The court decided the land had been taken illegally—after nearly two years of legal appeals. That was on February 9 of this year. It's now October, but neither the courts nor local officials have made any move to actually return their land or give them compensation. Their case is one of many. Thousands of protests happen in China's countryside every year, often over land grabs and lack of compensation. A survey in 2007 by the Land and Resources Ministry showed that in some cities in central and western China, nearly 80 percent of new land projects are illegal.
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Villagers rights by the village party secretary collusion triad attack and intimidation
 
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Gaozan village in Xingtan town Shunde district Foshan Guangdong China has a population over 10,000 people. The villagers here own over 100,000 hectares of farmlands and live by farming. In 2010, the villager committee and land share cooperative used development of the village as an excuse to collect all of our farmlands without approval document nor following the correct procedure required by law. Since then, we lost the most reliable and fundamental source of livelihood. Not only our farmlands are taken away from us, we are also oppressed by the committee. People here are living in misery. In order to recover the rights of villagers, some Gaozan villagers pressed a charge against China’s Ministry of Land and Resources in Beijing First Intermediate People’s Court so that the Ministry of Land and Resources would have to show us the approval document for collecting our farmlands. However, the villagers who went to Beijing were threatened, kidnapped, and assaulted by criminal gang who the committee is colluding with. Some other villagers keep petitioning in local government offices, but the local government keeps shifting responsibility onto others and uses evasive answers instead of solving problem. For seeking justice for our villagers and restoring our lost farmlands, I’m here to ask any lawyer for help to get our source of livelihood back and secure our villager’s life safety. Help us please!
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China Financial Audit Reports Exposed Public Funds Embezzlement.
 
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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Recently, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) released its 2013 annual audit report on the budget execution. This included audits of other financial revenue and expenditures of Central Government departments. The report reveals issues such as undue gains, and making money together. The responsible parties are social organizations and contacts of the Ministry of Housing, Urban-Rural Development, the Ministry of Land Resources, with ongoing fund collection and budget approval in the Central Government. Some commentators believe these problems are just the tip of the iceberg. On June 24, Auditor General Liu Jiayi made a speech about the 2013 Audit Report on the State Council's Budget actions and Other Financial Revenue and Expenditure of the CCP Central Government." He was speaking at a meeting of the Standing Committee of 12th National People's Congress of the CCP. The report said, by the end of 2013, 13 ministries utilized administrative influences to obtain a total income of 2.975 billion RMB using illegal fees, charges for appraisals without approval, charges for offering information etc These included the CCP's Central Government teams from Health and Family Planning Commission; The Ministry of Land Resources; the Ministry of Housing and Urban Construction Department and so on. These are in charge of 35 social organizations and 61 affiliated institutions. The report mentions that over 16 million RMB "funds for supporting poverty " were personally appropriated. The tracking audit on the affordable housing projects in urban areas showed that 38 institutions defrauded 1.541 billion RMB, funds meant for reconstructing shanty buildings in cities. 237 projects or institutions illegally diverted 7.829 billion RMB funds meant for affordable housing programs. Beijing "Conditions Reference" Chief Researcher Mr Gong Shengli, "I interpret from this report that the Ministry of Housing has greatly violated the funds. China now faces issues of laws, using the government's own words." Regarding the using of three key public funds (overseas travel expenses, meal costs, and car costs), Liu Jiayi was shocked. 14 Departments and 54 subordinate institutions violated the regulations by spending 32.3 million RMB on overseas travel. Cheng Yuen is a Professor of Economics at Ball State University of Indiana in the US. He says "this is something never seen in the past; spending three key public funds to take public money to buy a car, for entertaining guests, and travel overseas. It is very difficult to kill the phenomenon in the short term. Once there is a policy issued from the upper levels, then there will be countermeasures in the lower levels. Unless all civil servants are replaced, how will it be possible for them to hand over their own vested interests?" Liu Jiayi also revealed the audit identified 7 state-owned enterprises (SOE) administered by the Central Government violated the regulations by paying a total of 1.161 million RMB through excessive pay raises and overpaying salaries. Paying housing funds and other welfares was revealed too. On June 16, the Audit Commission released a report on 21 component projects for "Transporting Electricity from the West to East" Project, showing over 6.6 billion problematic funds and 3.439 billion tender related funds; They were diverting 819 million into the interest-correlated companies; Over-estimating the cost of 1.044 billion of the investment; Taking 1.381 billion construction funds for injecting into "individual institution's small treasuries". Major issues were also spotted during auditing 2012 financial statements of PetroChina, China Resources and other SOEs. Gong Shengli "SOEs administrated by the Central Government have huge power. This means they can decide a lot by themselves. So they have the the power of deciding how to spend the funds. The violations are revealed through checks, and identifying them. But without investigation and audits, who would know their violations? " Mr Zhang Jian is a China social problem researcher now living in the US. He believes that the audit results reported by the CCP are just a tip of the iceberg. Mr Zhang Jian "because the CCP operates as a referee as well as a performer, they produce the gaming rules. Making sure they become the biggest gainer under their own rules. I believe the reported audit results are also a whitewash, and the actual situation might be far more. When the CCP could no longer hide these problems, then very limited problems will be allowed to be published." 《神韵》2014世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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1950s Tibet The Bamboo Curtain Falls (Part 3/3) ★★★★★
 
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Click here for more Tibet videos http://www.youtube.com/TibetArchive China is incurring huge expenditure in transferring and consolidating the Chinese population in Tibet. Massive investment has been made to build a network of modern highways all over Tibet. China can also boast of having laid the highest railway track in the world that connects Lhasa with Beijing. In fact, China often complains that its "civilizing" mission in Tibet is costing the government and people of China large amounts in terms of subsidies to an under-developed region. According to official Chinese statistics, the level of annual subsidies to the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) in the late 1980s was around 1 billion yuan or $270 million. However, all the infrastructure that China has built in Tibet has not made the lives of the native Tibetans any better; it has only taken the exploitative apparatuses of the Chinese government deeper.  Link: http://woodsmoke.wordpress.com/2008/08/22/how-china-is-plundering-the-natural-resources-of-tibet/   China's Ministry of Land and Resources has announced monumental new resource discoveries all across Tibet. The findings are the culmination of a secret 7-year, $44 million survey project, which began in 1999. More than 1,000 researchers were divided into 24 separate groups and fanned out across the Qinghai-Tibet plateau to geologically map the entire Tibetan region. Their findings have lead to a discovery of 16 major new deposits of copper, iron, lead, zinc and other minerals worth an estimated $128 billion. These discoveries add to Tibet's proven deposits of 126 minerals, with a significant share of the world's reserves in lithium, chromite, copper, borax, and iron.   Tibet is now said to hold as much as 40 million tons of copper — one third of China's total, 40 million tons of lead and zinc, and more than a billion tons of high-grade iron. Among the Tibet discoveries is China's first substantial rich-iron supply. A seam called Nyixung, is alone expected to contain as much as 500 million tons. That's enough to reduce Chinese iron import by 20 per cent. The new copper reserves are no less substantial. A 250-mile seam of the metal has been found along Tibet's environmentally sensitive Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge. One mine there, called Yulong, already described as the second-largest reserve in China, is now estimated to hold as much as 18 million tons, according to the government news site Xinhua and could soon become the largest copper mine in the country.   The riches that China expects to extract from Tibet in the near future, perhaps better explains the money that China annually spends on Tibet than the empty claims of modernizing Tibet. In fact, an official web site of China has itself disclosed that "Once-quiet, northern Tibet has become a scene of bustle and excitement since a number of inland enterprise marched into the region in response to the government call for speeding up the development of western China. Northern Tibet has more than 200 mining areas with 28 kinds of mineral ores, and is rich in oil and hot springs."   Deforestation is a major source of employment in Tibet: in the Kongpo area of the TAR alone, over 20,000 Chinese soldiers and Tibetan prisoners are involved in tree felling and transportation of timber. In 1949, Ngapa, in Amdo, had 2.20 million hectares of land under forest cover. Its timber reserve then stood at 340 million cubic mt. In the 1980s, it was reduced to 1.17 million hectares, with a timber reserve of only 180 million cubic mt. Similarly, during 30 years, till 1985 China exploited 6.44 million cubic mt of timber from Kanlho Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. As new roads increasingly penetrate remote areas of Tibet, China is finding new excuses to increase the rate of deforestation in the region. China's primary objective of constructing roads in Tibet is to deploy occupying forces like the People's Liberation Army, along with defence materials, and immigration of Chinese, as well as to exploit the natural resources of Tibet, which are transported primarily to China. Roads may run through most Tibetan villages, but a public transport system is almost non-existent in the majority of rural Tibet. The Chinese modern means of transport do not benefit the majority of Tibetans. Tibetans in most places continue to use horses, mules, yaks, donkeys and sheep as modes of transportation. Thus, the Chinese claim of investing heavily in "civilizing" the Tibetans is one of the most shameless lies that one can perpetuate.    China is exploiting far more from Tibet than what it is giving back. While China is proudly hosting the Olympics with its spectacular stadia and dazzling shows, the future of Tibet is turning gloomier.
Views: 2241 TA
1950s Tibet The Bamboo Curtain Falls (Part 2/3) ★★★★★
 
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Click here for more Tibet videos http://www.youtube.com/TibetArchive China is incurring huge expenditure in transferring and consolidating the Chinese population in Tibet. Massive investment has been made to build a network of modern highways all over Tibet. China can also boast of having laid the highest railway track in the world that connects Lhasa with Beijing. In fact, China often complains that its "civilizing" mission in Tibet is costing the government and people of China large amounts in terms of subsidies to an under-developed region. According to official Chinese statistics, the level of annual subsidies to the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) in the late 1980s was around 1 billion yuan or $270 million. However, all the infrastructure that China has built in Tibet has not made the lives of the native Tibetans any better; it has only taken the exploitative apparatuses of the Chinese government deeper.  Link: http://woodsmoke.wordpress.com/2008/08/22/how-china-is-plundering-the-natural-resources-of-tibet/   China's Ministry of Land and Resources has announced monumental new resource discoveries all across Tibet. The findings are the culmination of a secret 7-year, $44 million survey project, which began in 1999. More than 1,000 researchers were divided into 24 separate groups and fanned out across the Qinghai-Tibet plateau to geologically map the entire Tibetan region. Their findings have lead to a discovery of 16 major new deposits of copper, iron, lead, zinc and other minerals worth an estimated $128 billion. These discoveries add to Tibet's proven deposits of 126 minerals, with a significant share of the world's reserves in lithium, chromite, copper, borax, and iron.   Tibet is now said to hold as much as 40 million tons of copper — one third of China's total, 40 million tons of lead and zinc, and more than a billion tons of high-grade iron. Among the Tibet discoveries is China's first substantial rich-iron supply. A seam called Nyixung, is alone expected to contain as much as 500 million tons. That's enough to reduce Chinese iron import by 20 per cent. The new copper reserves are no less substantial. A 250-mile seam of the metal has been found along Tibet's environmentally sensitive Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge. One mine there, called Yulong, already described as the second-largest reserve in China, is now estimated to hold as much as 18 million tons, according to the government news site Xinhua and could soon become the largest copper mine in the country.   The riches that China expects to extract from Tibet in the near future, perhaps better explains the money that China annually spends on Tibet than the empty claims of modernizing Tibet. In fact, an official web site of China has itself disclosed that "Once-quiet, northern Tibet has become a scene of bustle and excitement since a number of inland enterprise marched into the region in response to the government call for speeding up the development of western China. Northern Tibet has more than 200 mining areas with 28 kinds of mineral ores, and is rich in oil and hot springs."   Deforestation is a major source of employment in Tibet: in the Kongpo area of the TAR alone, over 20,000 Chinese soldiers and Tibetan prisoners are involved in tree felling and transportation of timber. In 1949, Ngapa, in Amdo, had 2.20 million hectares of land under forest cover. Its timber reserve then stood at 340 million cubic mt. In the 1980s, it was reduced to 1.17 million hectares, with a timber reserve of only 180 million cubic mt. Similarly, during 30 years, till 1985 China exploited 6.44 million cubic mt of timber from Kanlho Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. As new roads increasingly penetrate remote areas of Tibet, China is finding new excuses to increase the rate of deforestation in the region. China's primary objective of constructing roads in Tibet is to deploy occupying forces like the People's Liberation Army, along with defence materials, and immigration of Chinese, as well as to exploit the natural resources of Tibet, which are transported primarily to China. Roads may run through most Tibetan villages, but a public transport system is almost non-existent in the majority of rural Tibet. The Chinese modern means of transport do not benefit the majority of Tibetans. Tibetans in most places continue to use horses, mules, yaks, donkeys and sheep as modes of transportation. Thus, the Chinese claim of investing heavily in "civilizing" the Tibetans is one of the most shameless lies that one can perpetuate.    China is exploiting far more from Tibet than what it is giving back. While China is proudly hosting the Olympics with its spectacular stadia and dazzling shows, the future of Tibet is turning gloomier.
Views: 2219 TA
Landslide in E. China
 
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Death toll in a landslide in Zhejiang has risen to 36, with one still missing as of Thursday morning. More than 2,300 rescuers, along with seven sniffer dogs, 60 machines and more than 80 vehicles, are helping with rescue work at the accident site. A radar system is in place to supervise and prevent further disasters. The landslide buried 27 homes in Lidong Village, Liandu District of Lishui City late Friday night, leaving 38 missing. Only one person has been rescued and is now in stable condition. More than 300 villagers have been relocated. Owners of the 26 buried homes are settling their insurance claims while the other household is being examined. The city government has decided on a location for new buildings. A land replacement plan for the affected farmers will be completed in a week. Fifty psychologists have been sent to help the families of the victims. Staff with the Ministry of Land and Resources have been dispatched from Beijing to carry out inspections in the neighboring mountain area and prepare an evacuation if necessary. Lishui had received about 663,000 U.S. dollars in public donations by Tuesday evening.
Views: 69 New China TV
One of many reasons why we Tibetans love our homeland Tibet
 
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Click here for more Tibet videos http://www.youtube.com/TibetArchive China is incurring huge expenditure in transferring and consolidating the Chinese population in Tibet. Massive investment has been made to build a network of modern highways all over Tibet. China can also boast of having laid the highest railway track in the world that connects Lhasa with Beijing. In fact, China often complains that its "civilizing" mission in Tibet is costing the government and people of China large amounts in terms of subsidies to an under-developed region. According to official Chinese statistics, the level of annual subsidies to the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) in the late 1980s was around 1 billion yuan or $270 million. However, all the infrastructure that China has built in Tibet has not made the lives of the native Tibetans any better; it has only taken the exploitative apparatuses of the Chinese government deeper.  Link: http://woodsmoke.wordpress.com/2008/08/22/how-china-is-plundering-the-natural-resources-of-tibet/   China's Ministry of Land and Resources has announced monumental new resource discoveries all across Tibet. The findings are the culmination of a secret 7-year, $44 million survey project, which began in 1999. More than 1,000 researchers were divided into 24 separate groups and fanned out across the Qinghai-Tibet plateau to geologically map the entire Tibetan region. Their findings have lead to a discovery of 16 major new deposits of copper, iron, lead, zinc and other minerals worth an estimated $128 billion. These discoveries add to Tibet's proven deposits of 126 minerals, with a significant share of the world's reserves in lithium, chromite, copper, borax, and iron.   Tibet is now said to hold as much as 40 million tons of copper — one third of China's total, 40 million tons of lead and zinc, and more than a billion tons of high-grade iron. Among the Tibet discoveries is China's first substantial rich-iron supply. A seam called Nyixung, is alone expected to contain as much as 500 million tons. That's enough to reduce Chinese iron import by 20 per cent. The new copper reserves are no less substantial. A 250-mile seam of the metal has been found along Tibet's environmentally sensitive Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge. One mine there, called Yulong, already described as the second-largest reserve in China, is now estimated to hold as much as 18 million tons, according to the government news site Xinhua and could soon become the largest copper mine in the country.   The riches that China expects to extract from Tibet in the near future, perhaps better explains the money that China annually spends on Tibet than the empty claims of modernizing Tibet. In fact, an official web site of China has itself disclosed that "Once-quiet, northern Tibet has become a scene of bustle and excitement since a number of inland enterprise marched into the region in response to the government call for speeding up the development of western China. Northern Tibet has more than 200 mining areas with 28 kinds of mineral ores, and is rich in oil and hot springs."   Deforestation is a major source of employment in Tibet: in the Kongpo area of the TAR alone, over 20,000 Chinese soldiers and Tibetan prisoners are involved in tree felling and transportation of timber. In 1949, Ngapa, in Amdo, had 2.20 million hectares of land under forest cover. Its timber reserve then stood at 340 million cubic mt. In the 1980s, it was reduced to 1.17 million hectares, with a timber reserve of only 180 million cubic mt. Similarly, during 30 years, till 1985 China exploited 6.44 million cubic mt of timber from Kanlho Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. As new roads increasingly penetrate remote areas of Tibet, China is finding new excuses to increase the rate of deforestation in the region. China's primary objective of constructing roads in Tibet is to deploy occupying forces like the People's Liberation Army, along with defence materials, and immigration of Chinese, as well as to exploit the natural resources of Tibet, which are transported primarily to China. Roads may run through most Tibetan villages, but a public transport system is almost non-existent in the majority of rural Tibet. The Chinese modern means of transport do not benefit the majority of Tibetans. Tibetans in most places continue to use horses, mules, yaks, donkeys and sheep as modes of transportation. Thus, the Chinese claim of investing heavily in "civilizing" the Tibetans is one of the most shameless lies that one can perpetuate.    China is exploiting far more from Tibet than what it is giving back. While China is proudly hosting the Olympics with its spectacular stadia and dazzling shows, the future of Tibet is turning gloomier.
Views: 310 TA
Lands ministry targets two year deadline to digitise all records
 
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The lands Ministry is expected to become fully digital in the next two years as it seeks to use technology to curb the many loopholes that enable corruption to thrive in the sector. Using the resources at the regional centre for mapping of resources for development and the survey of kenya, the ministry is expected to ensure that all records of land in the country will be fully digitized to also enable ease of access to the records.
Views: 224 NTV Kenya
Rescue Continues at South China Landslide Site
 
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The survivor who was pulled out of debris early Wednesday morning, 67 hours after a landslide hit south China's Shenzhen City, has been in stable condition after receiving a surgery, doctors said. The survivor Tian Zeming was sent out of the operation room after a three-hour closure surgery and debridement at around 11:20 a.m., and was then sent to ward of the Shenzhen Guangming hospital of Guangdong Province. Doctors have confirmed that Tian is conscious after the surgery. "The victim Tian is 21 years old. He was sent to the hospital by ambulance at 06:53.The victim is extremely weak, in severe dehydration and with multiple injuries. Soft tissue injuries and fractures can be found on his body. Severe crush injury and cutaneous necrosis can be found on his right lower limb," said Wang Guangming, director of Shenzhen Guangming hospital. After detecting signs of life at around 03:30, rescuers successfully rescued Tian at 06:40, 67 hours after the landslide occurred at 11:40 of Sunday. Tian, a migrant worker from southwest China's Chongqing, was able to speak when found. He reportedly told rescuers that one of his coworkers remains trapped under deep rubble. The rescuers found a dead body near the place where they found Tian, but haven't confirmed the identity of the victim. The State Council, or China's cabinet, set up an investigation team to look into the landslide on Wednesday morning. Minister of Land and Resources Jiang Daming is director of the investigation team, which includes team members from the Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Supervision, Ministry of Environmental Protection, Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, State Administration of Work Safety, All-China Federation of Trade Unions, and the Guangdong Provincial Government and the Shenzhen Municipal Government. Rescue efforts are still underway with rescuers reaching the closest point to the landslide site Wednesday morning. Four special routes have been launched at the disaster site to carry away the debris and sand produced by the landslide. More on: http://news.cctvplus.tv/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=333135 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCTV/756877521031964 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
Tibet : The Story of Tragedy (Part 4/6)
 
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Click here for more Tibet videos: http://www.youtube.com/TibetArchive China's "Civilizing" Mission in my Country, Tibet. http://tinyurl.com/SaveTibetFromChina China is incurring huge expenditure in transferring and consolidating the Chinese population in Tibet. Massive investment has been made to build a network of modern highways all over Tibet. China can also boast of having laid the highest railway track in the world that connects Lhasa with Beijing. In fact, China often complains that its "civilizing" mission in Tibet is costing the government and people of China large amounts in terms of subsidies to an under-developed region. According to official Chinese statistics, the level of annual subsidies to the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) in the late 1980s was around 1 billion yuan or $270 million. However, all the infrastructure that China has built in Tibet has not made the lives of the native Tibetans any better; it has only taken the exploitative apparatuses of the Chinese government deeper. China's Ministry of Land and Resources has announced monumental new resource discoveries all across Tibet. The findings are the culmination of a secret 7-year, $44 million survey project, which began in 1999. More than 1,000 researchers were divided into 24 separate groups and fanned out across the Qinghai-Tibet plateau to geologically map the entire Tibetan region. Their findings have lead to a discovery of 16 major new deposits of copper, iron, lead, zinc and other minerals worth an estimated $128 billion. These discoveries add to Tibet's proven deposits of 126 minerals, with a significant share of the world's reserves in lithium, chromite, copper, borax, and iron. "Lack of resources has been a bottleneck for the economy," Meng Xianlai, director of the China Geological Survey, had once complained in his statements. The discoveries in Tibet "will alleviate the mounting resources pressure China is facing." Tibet is now said to hold as much as 40 million tons of copper — one third of China's total, 40 million tons of lead and zinc, and more than a billion tons of high-grade iron. Among the Tibet discoveries is China's first substantial rich-iron supply. A seam called Nyixung, is alone expected to contain as much as 500 million tons. That's enough to reduce Chinese iron import by 20 per cent. The new copper reserves are no less substantial. A 250-mile seam of the metal has been found along Tibet's environmentally sensitive Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge. One mine there, called Yulong, already described as the second-largest reserve in China, is now estimated to hold as much as 18 million tons, according to the government news site Xinhua and could soon become the largest copper mine in the country, helping to feed China's increasing demand of the metal used for electrical wiring and power generation. China, which until now has imported much of its copper from Chile, is estimated to hold 5.6 per cent of the world's copper and is its seventh largest producer. The riches that China expects to extract from Tibet in the near future, perhaps better explains the money that China annually spends on Tibet than the empty claims of modernizing Tibet. In fact, an official web site of China has itself disclosed that "Once-quiet, northern Tibet has become a scene of bustle and excitement since a number of inland enterprise marched into the region in response to the government call for speeding up the development of western China. Northern Tibet has more than 200 mining areas with 28 kinds of mineral ores, and is rich in oil and hot springs."
Views: 1107 TA
Can China's Water Pollution Be Any Worse?
 
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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Between January and March 2014, incidents of tainted water in China occurred once a week on average. Compared to the drinkable tap water in the United States, why is water in China always a such an issue? Let's hear the experts' analyses. On April 23, Wuhan authorities announced ammonia levels in water exceeded national safety levels. Two Wuhan water plants were shut down, affecting an area of 260 square km and more than 300,000 residents as well as hundreds of food manufacturers. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) ministry of land and resources released a report on Earth Day, that from a survey of 203 cities 60% had "relatively poor" or "very poor" water underground with heavy metals exceeding national safety levels. The latest cover story of Chinese Oriental Outlook, a subsidiary of the Xinhua News Agency, reported the number of tainted water incidents in the first quarter of this year. With over10 cases of tainted water incidents in China in 2014, thisis an average of one case a week. Zhang Junfeng, Beijing environmentalist: "Industrialization in China has proceeded with an economic policy that lacked vision and has created many hazards to Nature. The damage has emerged after rapid development of the industry and prolonged pollution. That's why we are seeing outbreaks of all kinds of pollution throughout China now." By contrast, New York's Hudson River was also seriously polluted in the 1960s. However after decades of persistent decontamination and remediation, it gradually improved. Today, the Hudson River is basically clean and clear. The tap water in the United States has been drinkable for many years. Most U.S. city water is trustworthy because of the open and transparent water quality reporting, which is subject to supervision through various channels. Zhang Junfeng: "Many countries have had serious pollution issues such as the Minamata disease in Japan, and fog in the United Kingdom. However, the environmental protection movements have helped to adjust the economic plans to repair the damages using profit obtained through the industry chains. That's why we see the ecology has been restored quite well in those countries." Portland of Oregon decided to dump 140 million liters of water from its reservoir after a teenager was caught urinating into the water supply. Zhang Junfeng: "The West has a much higher respect of human rights than us. We have much lower standards in physical and mental health than the state development. After being so poor for so long, many projects have been hurried and conducted without reservation." Ecologist Yegang Wu told Radio Free Asia that when local sewage discharge is prohibited or restricted, it is wrong for those industries to secretly release waste water underground. Wang Yongchen, Beijing environmentalist: "It is mainly because the fines are too little. The cost to the industry which released the pollutants or committed the crime is very low. In contrary, take England as an example, people have rights. People could vote against the industry which affected their land and their lives. But, Chinese don't have that right. It's all decided by the CCP leadership. Also, China does not have a law that would bankrupt the industry that dumped the waste into the water." Beijing environmentalist Wang Yongchen said as well as light penalties, there are also problems of collusion in China today. Wang Yongchen: "We went to Jinsha River the other day and found the water that was used to rinse coal was directly discharged into the river. The punishment was to shut the facility down until it's corrected. But, who will supervise? Do people know about the discharge? What's the relationship of the environmental protection department with the industry? In China today, there are many cases like this, unclear understanding, lack of transparency, and light punishment." Ecologist Yegang Wu indicated that compared to the United States, China's large population, big economic volume, and a unhealthy legal system, i.e., a society ruled by the CCP,have all increased the difficulty of controling water pollution. 《神韵》2014世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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Law of the Land: The Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2017
 
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The Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2017 proposes to dissolve all tribunals on inter-state water disputes and replace it with permanent dispute resolution mechanism in the form a single tribunal. As per the existing law each interstate water dispute there is provision for creating a tribunal with no prescribed timelines. Guests: SANJAY PARIKH, Advocate, Supreme Court; SRINIVAS CHOKKAKULA, Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy Research; K N BHAT, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court; GOPAL KRISHNA,Director, Toxics Watch Alliance; DR AMARJIT SINGH, Secretary, Ministry of Water Resources; MOHAN KATARKI, Advocate, Supreme Court Anchor: Amritanshu Rai
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BRICS agriculture ministers meet in east China
 
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Agriculture ministers from the BRICS bloc of emerging economies met in the eastern Chinese city of Nanjing on Friday. This meeting, among a series of BRICS gatherings across China this month, will conclude by issuing a Joint Declaration of BRICS Ministers of Agriculture. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Watch CGTN Live: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2-Aq7f_BwE Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Why China is building islands in the South China Sea
 
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China claims they aren't military bases, but their actions say otherwise. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO China is building islands in the South China sea and its causing disputes among the other nations in the region; Malaysia, the Philippines, Brunei, Vietnam, and Indonesia. The US has many allies in the region and uses its massive Navy to patrol international waters, keeping shipping lanes open for trade To truly understand the international conflicts and trends shaping our world you need a big-picture view. Video journalist Sam Ellis uses maps to tell these stories and chart their effects on foreign policy. Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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International Intense in East Asia Land Conflict Why China's air zone incensed Japan& U S
 
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Japan is using YouTube to bolster assertions of ownership over islands also claimed by neighboring China and South Korea. Japan's Foreign Ministry published the two videos on its official YouTube channel, under the username MOFAchannel, October 16. In one, Tokyo's claim over the Senkaku islands -- known as the Diaoyu islands in China -- are supported through old black-and-white photographs and a timeline of events starting with a document dating back to 1895. In the other, similar pictures and a chronology of events starting from 1900 illustrate Japan's claim to the Takeshima islands, known as the Dokdo islands in Korean. Both videos have received more than half a million page views since they were published. China and South Korea both criticized Japan's social media push. "The Diaoyu Islands and other affiliated islands have always been Chinese territory. China has solid evidence to prove this," the Chinese government stressed in an official statement. "No matter what propaganda measures Japan takes, it will not change the fact that the Diaoyu Islands belong to China. We strongly urge Japan to correct its attitude and stop all kinds of provocative acts." In South Korea, lawmakers from the country's major parties vowed to counter Japan's "provocative" moves, according to the semi-official Yonhap news agency. South Korea's foreign ministry also demanded Tokyo take down its Dokdo island video and summoned a Japanese diplomatic official to lodge a formal complaint. In reply, Tokyo has said the videos will remain -- and its Foreign Ministry plans to produce videos on the Kuril islands claimed by Russia and on the official name of the Sea of Japan, according to Japan's Kyodo news. "The government is doing what we must do regularly, from the viewpoint of promoting a more correct understanding of the situation surrounding our country," explained a Foreign Ministry press secretary at a news conference in Tokyo. International Intense in East Asia Land Conflict Why China's air zone incensed Japan& U S,more information for international relationship about east asia situation,browse and subscribe channal at http://youtube.com/user/cosmeticmachines
Response by Fijian Minister for Lands and Mineral Resources, Hon. Mereseini Vuniwaqa.
 
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Fijian Minister for Lands and Mineral Resources, Hon. Mereseini Vuniwaqa's respond on what initiatives the Ministry has in place to address the complaints in delays to the processing of lease applications.
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