To give you a little background...The Old Summer Palace was a grand imperial garden in Beijing. During the Second Opium War, it was burned down by a group of British troops.
For the first time ever, a mainland Chinese publication has talked about the abuse at the notorious Masanjia Women's Labor Camp, but what's the one very important detail they've left out? Find out here: http://e.ntd.tv/YbDvJQ
Most police departments have a motto focused around serving, honor, trust etc and a corresponding image of a friendly police officer in the community.
Shenzhen's police department have a different image in mind when it comes to their department. If the image below is to be believed...a Shenzhen police officer dressed in full tactical gear and carrying a sub machine gun while surfing makes one think what on earth is it that they do.
Stopping illegal fisherman, loitering dolphins or maybe a new team to be deployed to the disputed islands in the South China Sea.
What are your thoughts?
Headquartered in New York City, New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television serves more than 100 million potential viewers in China and around the world.
Founded by Chinese Americans, and rooted in traditional Chinese culture, NTD serves as a unique bridge between the East and the West.
NTD News, the company's flagship program, strives to provide insightful coverage of China with the highest ethical standards of Western journalism.
NTD News broadcasts directly into parts of mainland China via satellite, providing a truthful, uncensored Chinese-language alternative to China's state-run media.
NTD News also provides its global viewers with important news about China and the rest of the world in more than a dozen non-Chinese languages, including English, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Persian, and Hebrew.
In addition to news, NTD promotes traditional Chinese arts and culture through a wide variety of TV shows and events.
NTD is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization primarily funded by individual donations.
Mission & Background
NTD's mission is to:
• Bring truthful and uncensored information into and out of China
• Promote traditional Chinese culture
• Facilitate mutual understanding between the East and West
NTD seeks to be the world's most trusted authority on news and information about China.
Besides NTD, no major Chinese language television network reports with complete independence on China. The Chinese communist regime has long dictated politically related content for all TV stations inside mainland China. And starting in the 1990s, it began using its economic and political clout to pressure Chinese TV stations outside China to avoid reporting on the most "sensitive" China-related topics.
In 2001, NTD was founded with the goal of reporting on what other Chinese TV networks would not. NTD fills an important void in Chinese language media, boldly investigating topics like abuses of power and human rights violations, and making this information available both inside and outside China.
In 2002, NTD was the first Chinese TV station to report in depth on the Chinese regime's persecution of the Falun Gong spiritual group.
In 2003, NTD reported on the spread of SARS in China a full three weeks before Beijing—and hence Chinese state-run media—acknowledged the outbreak.
NTD continues to report on the Chinese regime's ongoing suppression of Christians, Tibetans, democracy advocates, and other dissidents—as well as other issues affecting Chinese people such as food safety and political corruption.