China News - September 21st, 2012: Wang Lijun Verdict Date Set, iPhone 5 Release in Hong Kong





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Published on Sep 21, 2012

In today's NTD China News, Wang Lijun will learn his fate next week, as Chinese authorities announce his sentencing date.

Analysts say Wang Lijun, the former police chief of Chongqing, has committed many more serious crimes, which the Chinese regime has not made public.

Xi Jinping asserts Chinese sovereignty over waters in the South China Sea, while urging peace during the ASEAN trade fair.

China's navy launches naval drills in the East China Sea, state-run CCTV reports.

Free China: The Courage to Believe, co-produced by NTD, has aired at a Congressional pre-screening in Washington D.C.

Microsoft Corp. has reportedly filed a complaint against four Chinese state-owned companies over piracy.

iPhone lovers in Hong Kong line up for the release of iPhone 5—but not all those phones will remain in Hong Kong.

Pink diamonds are on display in Hong Kong during an exclusive showcase.

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