China News - September 17th, 2012: Wang Lijun Tried in Secret, Anti-Japan Riots Escalate





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Published on Sep 17, 2012

In today's NTD China News, Wang Lijun, the former police chief of Chongqing, faced a secret hearing in Chengdu, one day ahead of his publicly announced trial date.

Chinese leader-in-waiting, Xi Jinping, resurfaced over the weekend after two weeks of unexplained absence, quelling rumors over his health.

Anti-Japanese riots sprout up around China, as the disputes over the Diaoyu Islands intensify.

US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta urges Japan and the Chinese regime for calm in the escalating territorial row.

The US and China file trade complaints against each other at the World Trade Organization.

Hong Kong residents protested over the weekend at Sheung Shui, a town bordering mainland China. They are angry over Chinese "parallel importers" who they say are driving up prices for local shoppers.

BASE jumpers take off in China's Hunan province, from the world's longest suspension bridge.

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