Tuesday, October 21, 2014   

Vietnam arrests anti-China protestors
(05-14 17:10)

Police in Vietnam say they've detained around 500 anti-China protesters after more than a dozen factories at an industrial park in the south of the country were looted and torched yesterday.
The rioters wrongly thought the factories are mainland-owned, when in fact many are Taiwanese businesses.
Several Hong Kong residents are thought to work at the industrial park, and the Immigration Department says one Hong Kong person has contacted them for advice on the quickest way to get back to the territory.
The department said it had notified the Chinese embassy in Hanoi about the case. In light of the rioting, the SAR government has issued the amber outbound travel alert for Vietnam, warning people to exercise caution and avoid protests. --RTHK   
Other China breaking news:
'Little Apple': The hit song all of China is singing (10-20 15:59)
Key Chinese Communist Party meeting opens in Beijing (10-20 15:54)
Key Chinese Communist Party meeting opens in Beijing (10-20 11:37)
Two journalists jailed for fabricated stories (10-17 15:44)
Former senior railways official given death penalty for bribery (10-17 12:02)
UN rights chief says in talks with China on Tibet visit (10-16 19:17)
Villagers burned workers to death: report (10-16 17:40)
Taiwan rebuked for HK comments (10-15 13:35)
Clash over construction leaves 8 dead in Yunnan (10-15 13:18)
China crab industry feels pinch from graft crackdown (10-15 12:10)

More breaking news >>

© 2014 The Standard, The Standard Newspapers Publishing Ltd.
Contact Us | About Us | Newsfeeds | Subscriptions | Print Ad. | Online Ad. | Street Pts

 


Home | Top News | Local | Business | China | ViewPoint | CityTalk | World | Sports | People | Central Station | Spree | Features

The Standard

Trademark and Copyright Notice: Copyright 2014, The Standard Newspaper Publishing Ltd., and its related entities. All rights reserved.  Use in whole or part of this site's content is prohibited.   Use of this Web site assumes acceptance of the
Terms of Use, Privacy Policy Statement and Copyright Policy.  Please also read our Ethics Statement.