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Toshio Motoya, CEO of APA Group, one of Japan's largest hotel chains, has become a target of criticism after two bloggers uploaded a video on Sunday about his book placed in the hotel rooms that questions Tokyo's wartime guilt. Photo: The Wall Street Journal Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/
Aug.16 -- Joe Galli, chief executive officer at Techtronic Industries, discusses President Trump disbanding his advisory groups, U.S. infrastructure projects, production in the U.S., what he hopes comes out of the Nafta negotiations, his operating costs and low interest rates. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
The white, X-shape flying camera named "DJI Phantom" is probably the most recognizable civil unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) in the world. It has crashed on the lawn of the White House, and also provided great help during the rescue of Nepal earthquake.
A Japanese hotel chain named APA has sparked great anger on social media recently for allegedly placing books in its rooms, which denied that the Nanjing Massacre and the forced recruitment of "comfort women" ever happened. In response to the incident, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying on Tuesday urged the Japanese government to ensure that Japanese people are exposed to authoritative versions of history. Despite the protest, the APA hotel chain has refused to withdraw the books which distorted history from the guest rooms.
They have superior vision, enhanced hearing and a keen sense of smell. They are smart, agile and obedient. Xinhua visits a search and rescue dog training base in SW China to find out how some of China's best rescue dogs are made, and how the hard-working canines could help save lives in times of disaster. #XinhuaLive #FacebookLive
With one month to go, Rio de Janeiro is fully occupied with the preparation for the Olympic and Paralymic Games to be held for the first time in South America from August to September. Besides a somewhat crippling interim government, the public cast much doubt about the delayed construction of sports venues, the under-budget security, the rampant Zika virus, as well as the pollution of water game locations. Xinhua sports writer Ji Ye has worked in Rio for over two years. His recent inspection of the related places may help you get a better understanding of the truth behind. (Soundbite) Ji Ye, Xinhua Sports Writer in Rio "Construction work on Rio's Olympic Park has reached 99% completion. 5 of 9 venues at the park are ready. Media facilities and the Olympic Park hotel are ready. However so...
With an enhanced monitoring system in place, Hong Kong people may have less need to worry about local food and pharmaceutical safety. But they do have to worry about the cost. Not only is grocery shopping more expensive, but in some districts the much loved and cheaper fresh food markets are disappearing in the name of upgrading services. With us in the studio is the Chief Executive Officer of The Link Reit, George Hongchoy. Last month’s revelation that two million doses of expired or badly stored vaccine had been sold across China since 2011 once again exposed glaring loopholes in the country’s monitoring of food and pharmaceutical products. Even official government outlets expressed outrage: Xinhua warned that the faulty vaccines could have caused disabilities and death. Many people a...
Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook was quoted on Friday as saying he had "very open" talks on privacy and security with a senior Chinese official, days after a web monitoring group linked the government to a hack into Apple's iCloud service in China. Cook's remarks, made in an interview to the official Xinhua news agency, were his first public comments since meeting Vice Premier Ma Kai in Beijing on Wednesday. In the interview, Cook said one of Apple's priorities for China was to introduce the newly launched Apple Pay mobile payments service, and that he was still seeking to understand the steps needed to do so. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/technologyNews/~3/xxk00-lPZzM/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
The Apple CEO is in town in Beijing along with his company's 1 billion U.S. dollars of investment in a Chinese taxi service company. Tim Cook has taken a taxi ride on Monday with Didi Chuxing's president Jean Liu Qing before meeting software developers in an App Store. It's Apple's first investment venture in China, long after its namesake desktops, laptops, pads, pods and phones have made inroads into the world's most populous country. The Apple CEO is sensitive about fat figures. "As you know, Apple invested in her (Jean's) company in the last week, and we are very very proud to have done that. Didi has about 14 million drivers now across China, and 300 million users in China. And as of this morning, that's 300 million and one because Jane and I took a Didi taxi over this morning,"...
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook was quoted on Friday as saying he had "very open" talks on privacy and security with a senior Chinese official, days after a web monitoring group linked the government to a hack into Apple's iCloud service in China. Cook's remarks, made in an interview to the official Xinhua news agency, were his first public comments since meeting Vice Premier Ma Kai in Beijing on Wednesday. Cook's China visit has been overshadowed by a report by web monitoring group Greatfire.org, which alleged the Chinese government was involved in a sophisticated and widespread hacking attack on Apple users in China. http://us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/news/rss/story/SIG=14bup6qd4/*http%3A//us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/news/topfinstories/SIG=1285bo4ve/*http%3A//finance.yahoo.com/news/apple-ceo-say...
TROY - Interview CEO Sacha Eckjans. nihao Deutschland ist eine Sendereihe rund um Kultur und Wirtschaft in China und Deutschland! Die Sendung in Kooperation mit der chinesischen Nachrichtenagentur Xinhua und der DFA Deutsche Fernsehnachrichten Agentur hat insbesondere einen Fokus auf Chinesen in Deutschland und Deutsche in China. http://www.equestrian-globe.com
The head of Australia's largest airline says its partnership with China Eastern will become its largest global partnership, once the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement is enacted. Speaking on Xinhua's Talk to China Program, Qantas Chief Executive Alan Joyce said with the rapid growth of China's middle class, the groups recently approved partnership with China Eastern and opportunities afforded in the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) will allow the airline to expand into the Chinese market.
The official Xinhua news agency reported, Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook discussed user data security at a meeting on Wednesday with a top Chinese government official in Beijing. The meeting comes days after a Chinese web monitoring group published a report saying Apple users in China have been targeted in a sophisticated and widespread attack by hackers seeking private user data stored on the iCloud service. The group, Greatfire.org, has alleged Chinese government involvement in the hack, a claim the government has strongly refuted. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/businessNews/~3/Hg3C-jGnC7Y/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com