• CHINA: BEIJING: IMPERIAL COURT TIME PIECES EXHIBITION

    Mandarin/Eng/Nat A treasure trove of antique time pieces belonging to the Imperial Court on display at Beijing's Forbidden City, has been drawing crowds of Chinese and foreign tourists eager to catch a glimpse of some of the world's finest ornate clocks. The exhibit also serves as an experiment being conducted by officials of the Palace Museum to test the movements and time-keeping accuracy of the delicate machines that havn't been touched for years. As home to a succession of Chinese emperors over the past 800 years, Beijing's Forbidden City stands as a reminder of the endurance and splendour of the Imperial Court. Since 1925, after the departure of China's last emperor, the palace grounds have been maintained as a tourist attraction and a repository for some of the nat...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Beijing Muslim Cafeteria Style Food Court

    published: 18 Sep 2011
  • Stephen Curry Trick Shot - Hits a 3/4 Court Shot in Beijing!

    Check out this amazing trick shot from way beyond half court by Stephen Curry during a Golden State Warriors practice in Beijing, China! About the NBA: The NBA is the premier professional basketball league in the United States and Canada. The league is truly global, with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 47 languages, as well as rosters that currently feature 85 international players from 36 countries and territories. For the 2013-14 season, each of the league's 30 teams will play 82 regular-season games, followed by a postseason for those that qualify. The NBA consists of the following teams: Atlanta Hawks; Boston Celtics; Brooklyn Nets; Charlotte Bobcats; Chicago Bulls; Cleveland Cavaliers; Dallas Mavericks; Denver Nuggets; Detroit Pistons; Golden State Warr...

    published: 14 Oct 2013
  • China’s first intellectual property rights court opens in Beijing

    China’s first intellectual property rights court opens in Beijing China has taken a leap forward in protecting intellectual property rights (I.P.R.), as the country’s first specialized court to handle relevant cases opened in Beijing on Thursday. The government will first bear the brunt of infringing intellectual property rights, as the court will mainly hear administrative cases in which plaintiffs sue the government for I.P.R. violations. The court will focus largely on civil and administrative lawsuits regarding patents, computer software issues, new plant varieties, integrated circuit layout design and technological knowledge. Read more at: http://www.cctvnews.cn/2014/11/06/chinas-first-intellectual-property-rights-court-opens-in-beijing/ Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.yout...

    published: 06 Nov 2014
  • Court Kingz in Beijing, China Episode 2

    Court Kingz play out door open run on top of building in the heart of Beijing, China! Stay Tuned for the next episode of this epic tour of Greater China!

    published: 07 Aug 2015
  • China: Beijing rejects International tribunal’s South China Sea ruling

    China won't accept or recognise the ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague on South China Sea case, China Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang stated in a press conference in Beijing, Tuesday. SOT, Lu Kang, Spokesperson of China Foreign Ministry (Mandarin): "We didn't recognise nor accept it since the very beginning. So, there won't be any judicial relationship that might lead to any possible legal effects between us and the illegal and so-called court of arbitration. And we will not accept any kind of so called materials provided by them." SOT, Lu Kang, Spokesperson of China Foreign Ministry (Mandarin): "For the arbitration results, demanded by the Philippines unilaterally, actually everyone knows our position three years ago. This is nothing new. What I want to say...

    published: 12 Jul 2016
  • Beijing court hears airport blast case

    A Beijing court on Tuesday began hearing the case of a man charged with causing a blast in the Beijing Capital International Airport in July.

    published: 17 Sep 2013
  • Beijing court sentences petitioner interceptors

    According to a female victim the Chinese central government is behind the whole thing. She said that she traveled from Henan to present a petition to the State Bureau for Letters and Calls, when she was intercepted by agents of local officials, taken to an office in Beijing, and then to a private security services center. Petitioners are often held in "black jails" in Beijing waiting to be repatriated. "Black jails" are illegal secret detention facilities where abuses, including rape often occur. There are warning signs discouraging petitions posted everywhere in China, since no official wants to risk their career by taking on such pleas. Corrupt officials spend hundreds of millions of yuan each year to "keep the peace." A Beijing court recently sentenced 10 people to jail for illegally...

    published: 03 Dec 2012
  • Beijing Court Orders Apple Pay Up in Copyright Case

    A Beijing court has ordered tech giant Apple Inc to cough up some cash in a copyright infringement case on Thursday. That's according to state-run Xinhua news agency. The Beijing No. 2 Intermediate People's Court ruled in favor of the plaintiffs. They are eight writers and two companies who accused Apple of distributing unlicensed copies of their works via its online store. The authors said that apps with unauthorized copies of these works were downloaded in enough quantity to cause them significant financial loss. The Associated Press reports that the original amount sought by the plaintiffs was 12 million yuan, which is about 1.9 million USD. In the end, the Beijing court ruled that Apple pay only 1 million yuan, or a bit over 165,000 USD. For more news and videos visit ☛ ht...

    published: 29 Dec 2012
  • Beijing Courts Refuse to Hear Labor Camp Sentence Appeal

    Cao Dong, seen here with his late wife, was arbitrarily arrested in Beijing last June and sentenced, without trial, to two-and-a-half years of 'reform through labor.' His lawyer has been appealing ever since, but the courts won't hear the case. [Li Xionbing, Attorney for Cao Dong]: "The case was filed at the Beijing's Xicheng District People's Court, the Intermediate and Higher People's Court. It went to all three levels, but still hasn't been accepted at any of them. They don't want this case to go to trial." This isn't Cao's first encounter with China's labor camps. In 2006, he spoke to the Vice President of the European Parliament, Mr. Edward McMillan-Scott, who was visiting China at the time. Cao wanted to free his wife Yang Xiaojing, She was detained in a Beijing labor camp for p...

    published: 10 Jan 2013
  • Food Court Beijing China

    Dr Kaligula eats at Food court located under Grand Hyatt Beijing China

    published: 02 Aug 2014
  • UN court rejects Beijing's South China Sea claims Reuters com

    UN court rejects Beijing's South China Sea claims Reuters com Follow me and subscribe my channel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maksud.alam.79 Twitter: https://twitter.com/maksud144 Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJKehcPAHNuRGJE-HelXpsw Share here: https://youtu.be/IW0FrWPWaKM UN court rejects Beijing's South China Sea claims Reuters com

    published: 12 Jul 2016
  • NANA Europe - Xie Li International Travel Agency | Beijing - Banqiao Precinct Yunlin Court

    http://ctitv-industrial-bank-of-taiwan.tumblr.com/?php=NNANA+Eurooppa+Oy MCLOGI - FRCC Helsinki : Shanghai democracy is nothing more than mob China rule, where fifty-one percent of the Hualien people may take away the rights of the Penghu forty-nine. Industrial Bank of Taiwan EVER DEPENDUP CO., LTD.: iPhone : +886-4-25600139 5F.-1, NO. 415, DEHUA ST., NORTH DISTRICT, TAICHUNG CITY 404, TAIWAN (R.O.C.) 長信昇實業有限公司 謝謝 - 陳盈吉 iPad : (09) 28178387

    published: 29 Jan 2013
  • Forbidden City Inner Court Beijing

    Showvision Entertainment is Toronto's premier live entertainment booking company. Showvision presents talent for corporate events, public sector events, fundraisers, galas, weddings, parties and other special events.

    published: 06 Apr 2017
  • Beijing Drying the Court

    published: 04 Oct 2014
  • Court Jails Beijing Airport Bomber for 6 Years

    A man in a wheelchair who detonated a home-made bomb in Beijing's main airport after trying to draw attention to a nearly decade-long legal battle was sentenced to six years in jail on Tuesday (October 15), Chinese state media reported. Beijing's Chaoyang District People's Court found 34-year-old Ji Zhongxing guilty of intentionally causing an explosion in July this year, official broadcaster CCTV showed. CCTV's footage from inside the courtroom showed Ji lying on a stretcher as the judge read out the verdict. The explosion wounded Ji's hand, and also injured a policeman. "The verdict is as follows: the defendant Ji Zhongxing is sentenced to six years in jail for the crime of setting off explosives," the judge said before Ji was wheeled out of the courtroom. Ji, from eastern Shandong ...

    published: 16 Oct 2013
CHINA: BEIJING: IMPERIAL COURT TIME PIECES EXHIBITION

CHINA: BEIJING: IMPERIAL COURT TIME PIECES EXHIBITION

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Mandarin/Eng/Nat A treasure trove of antique time pieces belonging to the Imperial Court on display at Beijing's Forbidden City, has been drawing crowds of Chinese and foreign tourists eager to catch a glimpse of some of the world's finest ornate clocks. The exhibit also serves as an experiment being conducted by officials of the Palace Museum to test the movements and time-keeping accuracy of the delicate machines that havn't been touched for years. As home to a succession of Chinese emperors over the past 800 years, Beijing's Forbidden City stands as a reminder of the endurance and splendour of the Imperial Court. Since 1925, after the departure of China's last emperor, the palace grounds have been maintained as a tourist attraction and a repository for some of the nation's priceless imperial treasures. Officials at the Clock Hall of the Palace Museum have recently dusted off some of the most precious and intricate old time pieces for public display. Tourists visiting the east wing of the Baohe Hall can view a collection of nine gold and gilt copper clocks which have been set to run in real time as a test of their accuracy and the strength of their moving parts. Chosen from a collection of about 1-thousand antique clocks preserved in the palace museum, the nine time pieces have performed well since officials reset the hands to reflect real time and cranked up the coiled motors. While all of the clocks are more than 100 years old, they still perform accurately. Organisers say the clockwork display is for the public to enjoy. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "We are letting the clocks run for a while to show everyone and let them know the functions and wonders of the clocks." SUPER CAPTION:Mr. Shan, Director of the Forbidden City Inner Court in charge of antiques Clocks in the Palace Museum include those produced in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) Imperial Clockmaking Workshop. Others were crafted in China's southern Guangzhou province and Jiangsu Province in the east. Some of the clocks were presented as gifts from European countries to the Chinese emperors. The Chinese clockmaking industry began in the 18th century and its technique was perfected in the 19th century. Mr Shan said they're taking care when winding up the clocks. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "But at the same time we are testing whether this operation will cause some damage to the clocks. So this is a period of expermentation." SUPER CAPTION:Mr. Shan, Director of the Forbidden City Inner Court in charge of antiques During the Qing Dynasty a great number of European metal handicrafts were imported, allowing Chinese craftsmen to combine the best of eastern artistry and western mechanical works. When put into motion these clocks create harmony of movement and sound with distinctive chimes and decorative figures, flowers and animals performing intricate movements. The Imperial Clockmaking Workshop in China was established in 1732 and employed over 100 craftsmen from both China and the west who were skilled in engineering, music and painting. Their products were designed to please and amuse the emperors. People at the clock display said a visit to the exhibition is time well spent. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "I like it very much. These are all treasures with historical heritage." SUPER CAPTION: Vox Pop For the past 30 years these clocks have sat in silent storage to avoid damage. They are now up and running to determine how the ravages of time have affected their movement. Some visitors at the clock show said the good old fashioned way of telling the time is the best. SOUNDBITE: (English) SUPER CAPTION: Vox Pop You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d5367667337ae93709c196e3d32c5325 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Beijing Muslim Cafeteria Style Food Court

Beijing Muslim Cafeteria Style Food Court

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Stephen Curry Trick Shot - Hits a 3/4 Court Shot in Beijing!

Stephen Curry Trick Shot - Hits a 3/4 Court Shot in Beijing!

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Check out this amazing trick shot from way beyond half court by Stephen Curry during a Golden State Warriors practice in Beijing, China! About the NBA: The NBA is the premier professional basketball league in the United States and Canada. The league is truly global, with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 47 languages, as well as rosters that currently feature 85 international players from 36 countries and territories. For the 2013-14 season, each of the league's 30 teams will play 82 regular-season games, followed by a postseason for those that qualify. The NBA consists of the following teams: Atlanta Hawks; Boston Celtics; Brooklyn Nets; Charlotte Bobcats; Chicago Bulls; Cleveland Cavaliers; Dallas Mavericks; Denver Nuggets; Detroit Pistons; Golden State Warriors; Houston Rockets; Indiana Pacers; Los Angeles Clippers; Los Angeles Lakers; Memphis Grizzlies; Miami Heat; Milwaukee Bucks; Minnesota Timberwolves; New Orleans Pelicans; New York Knicks; Oklahoma City Thunder; Orlando Magic; Philadelphia 76ers; Phoenix Suns; Portland Trail Blazers; Sacramento Kings; San Antonio Spurs; Toronto Raptors; Utah Jazz; Washington Wizards. The NBA offers real time access to live regular season NBA games with a subscription to NBA LEAGUE PASS, available globally for TV, broadband, and mobile. Real-time Stats, Scores, Highlights and more are available to fans on web and mobile with NBA Game Time. For more information, as well as all the latest NBA news and highlights, log onto the league's official website at http://www.NBA.com Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/nba Subscribe to NBA LEAGUE PASS http://www.nba.com/leaguepass Download NBA Game Time http://www.nba.com/mobile Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nba Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nba Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nba Follow us on Tumblr http://nba.tumblr.com Shop for NBA Gear: http://store.nba.com
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China’s first intellectual property rights court opens in Beijing

China’s first intellectual property rights court opens in Beijing

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China’s first intellectual property rights court opens in Beijing China has taken a leap forward in protecting intellectual property rights (I.P.R.), as the country’s first specialized court to handle relevant cases opened in Beijing on Thursday. The government will first bear the brunt of infringing intellectual property rights, as the court will mainly hear administrative cases in which plaintiffs sue the government for I.P.R. violations. The court will focus largely on civil and administrative lawsuits regarding patents, computer software issues, new plant varieties, integrated circuit layout design and technological knowledge. Read more at: http://www.cctvnews.cn/2014/11/06/chinas-first-intellectual-property-rights-court-opens-in-beijing/ Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Court Kingz in Beijing, China Episode 2

Court Kingz in Beijing, China Episode 2

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Court Kingz play out door open run on top of building in the heart of Beijing, China! Stay Tuned for the next episode of this epic tour of Greater China!
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China: Beijing rejects International tribunal’s South China Sea ruling

China: Beijing rejects International tribunal’s South China Sea ruling

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China won't accept or recognise the ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague on South China Sea case, China Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang stated in a press conference in Beijing, Tuesday. SOT, Lu Kang, Spokesperson of China Foreign Ministry (Mandarin): "We didn't recognise nor accept it since the very beginning. So, there won't be any judicial relationship that might lead to any possible legal effects between us and the illegal and so-called court of arbitration. And we will not accept any kind of so called materials provided by them." SOT, Lu Kang, Spokesperson of China Foreign Ministry (Mandarin): "For the arbitration results, demanded by the Philippines unilaterally, actually everyone knows our position three years ago. This is nothing new. What I want to say is actually at the very beginning, the court of arbitration is established by the illegal activities and illegal quests by the Philippine government. So the existence of these organisations is illegal. So the arbitration result of these organisation is never effective." SOT, Lu Kang, Spokesperson of China Foreign Ministry (Mandarin): "Talking about influence of the ruling: if the arbitration results worsen the conflicts between related parties or raise the tensions, then the results negative affect might be harmful for the common interest of all parties in this area. Talking about its influence on China, I don't think it could have any affect on our current policies. With or without something like this, our policies to safeguard our sovereignty and interest will be consistent." Video ID: 20160712-018 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Beijing court hears airport blast case

Beijing court hears airport blast case

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A Beijing court on Tuesday began hearing the case of a man charged with causing a blast in the Beijing Capital International Airport in July.
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Beijing court sentences petitioner interceptors

Beijing court sentences petitioner interceptors

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According to a female victim the Chinese central government is behind the whole thing. She said that she traveled from Henan to present a petition to the State Bureau for Letters and Calls, when she was intercepted by agents of local officials, taken to an office in Beijing, and then to a private security services center. Petitioners are often held in "black jails" in Beijing waiting to be repatriated. "Black jails" are illegal secret detention facilities where abuses, including rape often occur. There are warning signs discouraging petitions posted everywhere in China, since no official wants to risk their career by taking on such pleas. Corrupt officials spend hundreds of millions of yuan each year to "keep the peace." A Beijing court recently sentenced 10 people to jail for illegally detaining petitioners. However, a court representative denied reports about the sentences. SUBSCRIBE to Next Media Animation: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=appledailyenglish
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Beijing Court Orders Apple Pay Up in Copyright Case

Beijing Court Orders Apple Pay Up in Copyright Case

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A Beijing court has ordered tech giant Apple Inc to cough up some cash in a copyright infringement case on Thursday. That's according to state-run Xinhua news agency. The Beijing No. 2 Intermediate People's Court ruled in favor of the plaintiffs. They are eight writers and two companies who accused Apple of distributing unlicensed copies of their works via its online store. The authors said that apps with unauthorized copies of these works were downloaded in enough quantity to cause them significant financial loss. The Associated Press reports that the original amount sought by the plaintiffs was 12 million yuan, which is about 1.9 million USD. In the end, the Beijing court ruled that Apple pay only 1 million yuan, or a bit over 165,000 USD. For more news and videos visit ☛ http://ntd.tv Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C
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Beijing Courts Refuse to Hear Labor Camp Sentence Appeal

Beijing Courts Refuse to Hear Labor Camp Sentence Appeal

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Cao Dong, seen here with his late wife, was arbitrarily arrested in Beijing last June and sentenced, without trial, to two-and-a-half years of 'reform through labor.' His lawyer has been appealing ever since, but the courts won't hear the case. [Li Xionbing, Attorney for Cao Dong]: "The case was filed at the Beijing's Xicheng District People's Court, the Intermediate and Higher People's Court. It went to all three levels, but still hasn't been accepted at any of them. They don't want this case to go to trial." This isn't Cao's first encounter with China's labor camps. In 2006, he spoke to the Vice President of the European Parliament, Mr. Edward McMillan-Scott, who was visiting China at the time. Cao wanted to free his wife Yang Xiaojing, She was detained in a Beijing labor camp for practicing Falun Gong, a traditional Chinese spiritual practice. She died in 2009 after sustained injuries of interrogation and imprisonment. After he met with McMillan-Scott in 2006, security officials arrested Cao, who also practices Falun Gong. He was sentenced to five years in prison, and was not released until September 2011. Then, on June 8th, 2012, police suddenly arrested him in Beijing. Without a trial, Cao was sent to labor camp for more than two years for carrying Falun Gong literature. Attorney Li says the sentence has no legal basis, because there is no Chinese law that makes it illegal to possess Falun Gong books. [Li Xiongbing, Attorney for Cao Dong]: "The authorities act arbitrarily. It's obvious now the judiciary isn't working on this, and it's eroding the legal system. It's a sad place for the country and citizens to be, because the country is not being ruled by law." The Chinese regime's labor camp system allows police to sentence individual to up to four years without any legal procedure. It's come under mounting criticism for destroying the rule of law in China. This week, state-run media suggested the labor camp system would be put through reform. Observers say the devil is in the details. They will watch cautiously to see whether any positive change will be forthcoming.
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Food Court Beijing China

Food Court Beijing China

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Dr Kaligula eats at Food court located under Grand Hyatt Beijing China
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UN court rejects Beijing's South China Sea claims   Reuters com

UN court rejects Beijing's South China Sea claims Reuters com

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UN court rejects Beijing's South China Sea claims Reuters com Follow me and subscribe my channel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maksud.alam.79 Twitter: https://twitter.com/maksud144 Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJKehcPAHNuRGJE-HelXpsw Share here: https://youtu.be/IW0FrWPWaKM UN court rejects Beijing's South China Sea claims Reuters com
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NANA Europe - Xie Li International Travel Agency  | Beijing - Banqiao Precinct Yunlin Court

NANA Europe - Xie Li International Travel Agency | Beijing - Banqiao Precinct Yunlin Court

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Forbidden City Inner Court Beijing

Forbidden City Inner Court Beijing

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Beijing Drying the Court

Beijing Drying the Court

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Court Jails Beijing Airport Bomber for 6 Years

Court Jails Beijing Airport Bomber for 6 Years

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A man in a wheelchair who detonated a home-made bomb in Beijing's main airport after trying to draw attention to a nearly decade-long legal battle was sentenced to six years in jail on Tuesday (October 15), Chinese state media reported. Beijing's Chaoyang District People's Court found 34-year-old Ji Zhongxing guilty of intentionally causing an explosion in July this year, official broadcaster CCTV showed. CCTV's footage from inside the courtroom showed Ji lying on a stretcher as the judge read out the verdict. The explosion wounded Ji's hand, and also injured a policeman. "The verdict is as follows: the defendant Ji Zhongxing is sentenced to six years in jail for the crime of setting off explosives," the judge said before Ji was wheeled out of the courtroom. Ji, from eastern Shandong province, had been seeking redress for a claimed beating by police in southern Guangdong province dating back to 2005 that left him wheelchair-bound. He had been petitioning for justice ever since, and tried to hand out leaflets at the airport on the day of the explosion. Chinese unable to win redress for grievances have in the past resorted to extreme measures, including bombings, but such incidents are rare because of tight state security.
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