China News - August 16, 2012: Diaoyu Islands Dispute and Wen Signals Stimulus





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Published on Aug 17, 2012

In today's China News, tensions flare as Japan holds 14 Chinese activists over the disputed Diaoyu, or Senkaku Islands. Chinese protestors demonstrate outside the Japanese Embassy in Beijing, as Tokyo indicates it may deport the activists.

Chinese Foreign Minister meets with Bouthaina Shaaban, an envoy of Syrian President Bashir al-Assad, though no new ideas have been proposed for resolving the ongoing crisis in Syria.

16 policemen from around China protest against judicial corruption.

Taiwan's Ma Ying-jeoh wants to deepen ties with China, but one analyst believes he's relying too much on the mainland.

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao signals economic stimulus amidst bleak outlook.

Rising costs of grains may lead to inflationary pressure in China for the rest of year.

Hong Kong police to trial small cameras on officers, amidst concerns they could be misused against activists.

A Chinese boy stuck between stone stair railings is freed.

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