• Get Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P Product images

    Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P review Read More reviews: http://amzn.to/1IjJ2Wk cut spongebod outlook attrack kids attention, they will like it * support 3G wifi is more convenient for users * lots of learning software will impove kids mind * it will keep kids quietly learning and share parts of parent's work * 8G memory works fast Read More reviews: http://amzn.to/1IjJ2Wk Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P review Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P specs Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P price Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P NEWEST VERSION

    published: 22 Jul 2015
  • Get Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer Slide

    Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer new Read More reviews: http://amzn.to/1IjHNpW 7 " compacitive screen can help to protect the kid's eyes * lots of learning games,music,story and study APP can help the parent to teach babies * Parent model will help to set the work time and arrange the game and learning time * it will share the work of parents and let the kids stay quitely alone or with friends * pink color look so cute and will attract the other kids Read More reviews: http://amzn.to/1IjHNpW Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer review Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer specs Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer price Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kid...

    published: 22 Jul 2015
  • China's Xinhua Dictionary Wins Two Guinness World Records

    The Xinhua Dictionary published by China's Commercial Press has won two Guinness World Records Tuesday for the "most popular dictionary" and the "best-selling book (regularly updated)". The Xinhua Dictionary is the first modern Chinese dictionary since the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1, 1949. By the end of July 28, 2015, 567 million copies had been sold globally, Guinness World Records announced at the award presentation ceremony in London. Yu Dianli, President of the Commercial Press, said that the wo Guinness World Records have created more opportunities for the press to carry out cooperation with more famous cultural institutes and publishers. "We think that the Xinhua Dictionary is one of the very important symbols of the Chinese culture, as it is very s...

    published: 13 Apr 2016
  • Xinhua interviews Language Systems

    Xinhua, the largest media company in China, visited the Start-Up Chile office in Santiago to interview Echo Yao and David Lancashire who compose the Language Systems team. Language Systems is a company made up of Popup Chinese (teaching Chinese to English speakers) and Chino Ahora, the recently launched project to teach Chinese to native Spanish speakers. www.startupchile.org/projects/languagesystems www.chinoahora.com

    published: 07 Apr 2011
  • New York City FIRST Robotics Competition and Expo

    At the 16th annual NYC FIRST Robotics Competition held this weekend at Javits Center, students from around the world talk to Xinhua on their learning experiences.

    published: 13 Mar 2016
  • BASIC CHIINESE, HOW IS BUSINESS TODAY, Xinhua Market, Shanghai, 2013 (30 min=

    BASIC CHINESE How is business today ? Xin Hua Market 98 Anshun Lu, Shanghai, 2013 approx. 45 min, video, Camera: Xu Meng, Starring Xin Hua Market sales personal and Rainer Ganahl. Subtitles Liu Ya-Nan and Rainer Ganahl This video was specifically made for this occasion, i.e. at Xin Hua Market where the gallery is located as if it were a regular market booth. The film consists of a series of short interviews with vendors from Xin Hua market. This market is a classical quasi-traditional Shanghai Market where things are cheap, hygienic standards low and many clients poor. It is not a market place which is frequented by the new German car driving well off Shanghai middle class. This not so busy market place looks doomed to disappear sooner than later for some new sky high developments like a...

    published: 17 Jan 2014
  • China Tightens Rules on Internet Use

    From VOA Learning English, this is the Technology Report in Special English. China has new rules that require people to use their real names when registering for Internet services. The rules also require Internet companies operating in China to remove material said to be objectionable. Chinese lawmakers approved the measures on December 28th, at the end of a five-day meeting of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress. The new rules say network service providers must "strengthen management of information released by users." The providers have been ordered to stop the spread of banned information, and to deal with the problem. The Xinhua news agency says those steps include removing the information from the Internet and reporting it to the government.Chinese officials say t...

    published: 25 Jan 2013
  • Xinhua "employs robot" as "Two Sessions" reporter

    How inspiring is "Inspire"? Xinhua "employs" an artificial intelligence robot as its reporter to cover the ongoing sessions of China's top legislature and top political advisory body. #FacebookLive #XinhuaLive

    published: 06 Mar 2017
  • FMS Nanjing Experience

    This video is regards to a group of Ngee Ann Polytechnic students from the school of Film and Media Studies sharing their experience in their recent exchange trip to Nanjing. They have many rare opportunities to visit various agencies learning such as XinHua Press Agency, Ogilvy, etc. They even get to see some on-set filming by professionals as well. Thus, from this trip, they definitely able to apply all the skills and knowledge learnt from this Nanjing Exchange Trip in their school daily work as well as their future careers. As such, this video is a short summary of students sharing their experiences and memories when they attended this Nanjing Exchange Trip.

    published: 03 Nov 2015
  • Facial Recognition Systems Bring Privacy Concerns

    This is the VOA Special English Technology Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish Today we take another look at facial recognition systems. These can tag friends in Facebook photos or help police identify suspects in the recent riots in Britain. Kurt Roemer is chief security strategist for Citrix Systems in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He says technology makes it easier than ever for governments to identify and target people. "And it is very much a fine line between effective law enforcement and privacy."Kristene Unsworth researches information policy at Drexel College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She says she is concerned that governments and police are increasingly using facial recognition software without clearly defined policies. "There is ...

    published: 28 Sep 2011
  • Xinhua feature on AI

    published: 24 Mar 2016
  • Death toll of Colombian mudslide up to at least 17; rescue goes on

    Flooding and mudslides on April 19 in central Colombia have killed at least 17 people. This is the second deadly landslide in the country this month. (Sound Bite, Spanish) Jaime Andres Gomez, Victim "The downpour began around 10 o'clock at night. It was mild, but later got stronger." Rescue work has been carried out widely, after torrential rains lashed the city of Manizales, the capital of Caldas department, a remote and difficult region to access. (Sound Bite, Spanish) Diana Milena Suarez, Victim "We were sleeping when we felt the alarm of the neighborhood, and then when we got up. The water had already come up here, and everyone was running. All of us did the same thing.” President Juan Manuel Santos has admitted this was "a product of climate change" and the environment should be t...

    published: 20 Apr 2017
  • Qi Gong basics - Zhu Xinhua

    some basic Qi Gong and tui shou movements teached by master Zhu Xinhua during a private class. www.hua-long.ch

    published: 22 Mar 2012
  • On the frontline: Xinhua reports from battlefield in Sweida, Syria

    The Syrian army says a military operation launched in Sweida targeted Islamic State militants only, which did not violate a truce deal in southern Syria. Xinhua's Hummam Sheikh Ali reports from the battleground in Sweida.

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • Crystal Lagoons on Xinhua China tv

    Crystal Lagoons. Las piscinas más grandes del mundo, nos muestra sus creaciones a través de diversos canales en Chile y el resto del mundo. No olvides visitarnos en: http://www.crystal-lagoons.cl

    published: 26 Dec 2012
  • Robot teachers befriend kindergarten children in SE China

    A cute intelligent "toy" for kids! Interactive #robots enter kindergartens in south China's Xiamen. What do you expect children to learn?

    published: 12 Apr 2017
Get Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P Product images

Get Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P Product images

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Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P review Read More reviews: http://amzn.to/1IjJ2Wk cut spongebod outlook attrack kids attention, they will like it * support 3G wifi is more convenient for users * lots of learning software will impove kids mind * it will keep kids quietly learning and share parts of parent's work * 8G memory works fast Read More reviews: http://amzn.to/1IjJ2Wk Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P review Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P specs Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P price Xinhua (TM) SpongeBob Kids tablet PC Children Learning Computer Blue+P NEWEST VERSION
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Get Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer  Slide

Get Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer Slide

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Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer new Read More reviews: http://amzn.to/1IjHNpW 7 " compacitive screen can help to protect the kid's eyes * lots of learning games,music,story and study APP can help the parent to teach babies * Parent model will help to set the work time and arrange the game and learning time * it will share the work of parents and let the kids stay quitely alone or with friends * pink color look so cute and will attract the other kids Read More reviews: http://amzn.to/1IjHNpW Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer review Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer specs Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer price Xinhua (TM) Tablet Computer Kids Tablet PC Children Learning Computer NEWEST VERSION
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China's Xinhua Dictionary Wins Two Guinness World Records

China's Xinhua Dictionary Wins Two Guinness World Records

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The Xinhua Dictionary published by China's Commercial Press has won two Guinness World Records Tuesday for the "most popular dictionary" and the "best-selling book (regularly updated)". The Xinhua Dictionary is the first modern Chinese dictionary since the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1, 1949. By the end of July 28, 2015, 567 million copies had been sold globally, Guinness World Records announced at the award presentation ceremony in London. Yu Dianli, President of the Commercial Press, said that the wo Guinness World Records have created more opportunities for the press to carry out cooperation with more famous cultural institutes and publishers. "We think that the Xinhua Dictionary is one of the very important symbols of the Chinese culture, as it is very special and we for generation to generation cannot do without it in reading and in learning how to read and write. The honor of the two Guinness World Records indicates the power of the Chinese characters in disseminating the unique culture. It is, therefore, very interesting and meaningful," said Yu. Dubbed the "National Dictionary," the Xinhua Dictionary is a tool for the Chinese people for generations in learning. It embodies the culture of a great country and has had a great impact on the linguistics for billions. It is also a good tool for foreigners to learn the Chinese language and culture. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20160413/8018593.shtml#!language=1 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
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Xinhua interviews Language Systems

Xinhua interviews Language Systems

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Xinhua, the largest media company in China, visited the Start-Up Chile office in Santiago to interview Echo Yao and David Lancashire who compose the Language Systems team. Language Systems is a company made up of Popup Chinese (teaching Chinese to English speakers) and Chino Ahora, the recently launched project to teach Chinese to native Spanish speakers. www.startupchile.org/projects/languagesystems www.chinoahora.com
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New York City FIRST Robotics Competition and Expo

New York City FIRST Robotics Competition and Expo

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At the 16th annual NYC FIRST Robotics Competition held this weekend at Javits Center, students from around the world talk to Xinhua on their learning experiences.
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BASIC CHIINESE, HOW IS BUSINESS TODAY, Xinhua Market, Shanghai, 2013 (30 min=

BASIC CHIINESE, HOW IS BUSINESS TODAY, Xinhua Market, Shanghai, 2013 (30 min=

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BASIC CHINESE How is business today ? Xin Hua Market 98 Anshun Lu, Shanghai, 2013 approx. 45 min, video, Camera: Xu Meng, Starring Xin Hua Market sales personal and Rainer Ganahl. Subtitles Liu Ya-Nan and Rainer Ganahl This video was specifically made for this occasion, i.e. at Xin Hua Market where the gallery is located as if it were a regular market booth. The film consists of a series of short interviews with vendors from Xin Hua market. This market is a classical quasi-traditional Shanghai Market where things are cheap, hygienic standards low and many clients poor. It is not a market place which is frequented by the new German car driving well off Shanghai middle class. This not so busy market place looks doomed to disappear sooner than later for some new sky high developments like anything else in Shanghai with clean, proper sanitized market halls, not necessarily catering to the remaining poor people of the neighborhood.. The interviews are short and are all based around the question "How is business today?" as if a lesson taken from Ganahl's study material. Like a reporter, the artist asks people about their business, their business history and their opinion about the market. In certain instances depending on the situation personal questions about kids and so on were asked spontaneously. Surprisingly enough, one lady selling raw meet has her daughters study in US colleges something one wouldn't expect given the economics involved in such an operation that seemed not to be supported by her business model and the general impression of that low income market. Ganahl, who is an autodidact and has been mostly learning Chinese on his own as part of his fine art practice conducted all interviews in his limited Chinese and was aided by his camera man Xu Meng who helped out when necessary. thanks to Paul Devautour and Yiland Xia for hosting me in their space BCP, Shanghai and Liu Yanan for helping me with subtiteling. (not edited yet) Many thanks and good business wished to all the interview partners in Shangai
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China Tightens Rules on Internet Use

China Tightens Rules on Internet Use

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From VOA Learning English, this is the Technology Report in Special English. China has new rules that require people to use their real names when registering for Internet services. The rules also require Internet companies operating in China to remove material said to be objectionable. Chinese lawmakers approved the measures on December 28th, at the end of a five-day meeting of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress. The new rules say network service providers must "strengthen management of information released by users." The providers have been ordered to stop the spread of banned information, and to deal with the problem. The Xinhua news agency says those steps include removing the information from the Internet and reporting it to the government.Chinese officials say the rules are aimed at protecting the personal information and stopping abuses like junk e-mail. But, critics say real-name registration will discourage individuals from reporting corruption and official abuses because they are afraid of possible action against them. The new Internet regulations go into effect as the Chinese government campaigns against virtual private networks, or VPNs. Some reports say the government is increasing its effort to block VPNs. Duncan Clark is an adviser to Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. He says there is often an increase in Internet censorship during sensitive events like the recent 18th Communist Party Congress, which named China's new leaders. He said these periods are normally followed by reduced enforcement. But this time, he said, it is unclear if that will be the case with the new leadership. For VOA Learning English, I'm Carolyn Presutti. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 07Jan2013)
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Xinhua "employs robot" as "Two Sessions" reporter

Xinhua "employs robot" as "Two Sessions" reporter

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How inspiring is "Inspire"? Xinhua "employs" an artificial intelligence robot as its reporter to cover the ongoing sessions of China's top legislature and top political advisory body. #FacebookLive #XinhuaLive
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FMS Nanjing Experience

FMS Nanjing Experience

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This video is regards to a group of Ngee Ann Polytechnic students from the school of Film and Media Studies sharing their experience in their recent exchange trip to Nanjing. They have many rare opportunities to visit various agencies learning such as XinHua Press Agency, Ogilvy, etc. They even get to see some on-set filming by professionals as well. Thus, from this trip, they definitely able to apply all the skills and knowledge learnt from this Nanjing Exchange Trip in their school daily work as well as their future careers. As such, this video is a short summary of students sharing their experiences and memories when they attended this Nanjing Exchange Trip.
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Facial Recognition Systems Bring Privacy Concerns

Facial Recognition Systems Bring Privacy Concerns

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This is the VOA Special English Technology Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish Today we take another look at facial recognition systems. These can tag friends in Facebook photos or help police identify suspects in the recent riots in Britain. Kurt Roemer is chief security strategist for Citrix Systems in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He says technology makes it easier than ever for governments to identify and target people. "And it is very much a fine line between effective law enforcement and privacy."Kristene Unsworth researches information policy at Drexel College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She says she is concerned that governments and police are increasingly using facial recognition software without clearly defined policies. "There is so much secrecy around this information that we don't really know how these kind of images or other sorts of personal data points are being used, how long the information is being retained." Questions like these are part of a larger debate about privacy and free speech. After the riots, British Prime Minister David Cameron raised the possibility of interfering with social networks. He said the question was whether it would be right to stop people from communicating "when we know they are plotting violence, disorder and criminality."China's official news agency Xinhua says the British government "recognized that a balance needs to be struck between freedom and the monitoring of social media tools." Xinhua added, "We may wonder why western leaders, on the one hand, tend to indiscriminately accuse other nations of monitoring, but on the other take for granted their steps to monitor and control the Internet."Europe has some of the world's strongest policies on privacy rights. But Kurt Roemer says, like other western governments, they have not clearly defined their policies on new technologies. "China calling that out really shows that we have some issues to address here from a policy perspective, in addition to technology." One debate involves an action in San Francisco on August eleventh by the Bay Area Rapid Transit system. BART disabled wireless service in some of its underground stations for three hours. It says protesters were planning to use mobile devices to organize activities to disrupt train service. BART has faced protests over what activists say is police abuse by transit officers. BART says it acted to protect public safety. The American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California says the decision was in effect an effort by a government agency "to silence its critics." For VOA Special English, I'm Carolyn Presutti. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 22Aug2011)
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Xinhua feature on AI

Xinhua feature on AI

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Death toll of Colombian mudslide up to at least 17; rescue goes on

Death toll of Colombian mudslide up to at least 17; rescue goes on

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Flooding and mudslides on April 19 in central Colombia have killed at least 17 people. This is the second deadly landslide in the country this month. (Sound Bite, Spanish) Jaime Andres Gomez, Victim "The downpour began around 10 o'clock at night. It was mild, but later got stronger." Rescue work has been carried out widely, after torrential rains lashed the city of Manizales, the capital of Caldas department, a remote and difficult region to access. (Sound Bite, Spanish) Diana Milena Suarez, Victim "We were sleeping when we felt the alarm of the neighborhood, and then when we got up. The water had already come up here, and everyone was running. All of us did the same thing.” President Juan Manuel Santos has admitted this was "a product of climate change" and the environment should be taken care of to “avoid such catastrophes.” (Sound Bite, Spanish) Wilmar Ramirez Morales, Local Government official "Today we are collaborating to transfer some people from the neighborhood Persia who are at risk. We try to collaborate in one way or another to move these people to safer places." Earlier this month, in the southern city of Mocoa, over 320 people including more than 100 children were killed, when heavy rain caused three mountain rivers to overflow and triggered off rampant landslide.
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Qi Gong basics - Zhu Xinhua

Qi Gong basics - Zhu Xinhua

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some basic Qi Gong and tui shou movements teached by master Zhu Xinhua during a private class. www.hua-long.ch
https://wn.com/Qi_Gong_Basics_Zhu_Xinhua
On the frontline: Xinhua reports from battlefield in Sweida, Syria

On the frontline: Xinhua reports from battlefield in Sweida, Syria

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  • Updated: 12 Jul 2017
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The Syrian army says a military operation launched in Sweida targeted Islamic State militants only, which did not violate a truce deal in southern Syria. Xinhua's Hummam Sheikh Ali reports from the battleground in Sweida.
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Crystal Lagoons on Xinhua China tv

Crystal Lagoons on Xinhua China tv

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  • Updated: 26 Dec 2012
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Crystal Lagoons. Las piscinas más grandes del mundo, nos muestra sus creaciones a través de diversos canales en Chile y el resto del mundo. No olvides visitarnos en: http://www.crystal-lagoons.cl
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Robot teachers befriend kindergarten children in SE China

Robot teachers befriend kindergarten children in SE China

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A cute intelligent "toy" for kids! Interactive #robots enter kindergartens in south China's Xiamen. What do you expect children to learn?
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