2017-09-24 08:15:22 CRIENGLISH.com Web Editor: Zhang
The Beijing Hour
Paul James with you on this Sunday, September 24, 2017.
Welcome to the Beijing Hour, coming to you live from the Chinese capital.
Coming up on our program this morning...
Chinese authorities promoting the work being done in Qinghai to protect the source of this country's major river systems.
Media authorities in China are moving to cap the salaries of this country's film and tv stars.
A statue meant to highlight the plight of "comfort women" is unveiled in San Francisco.
The Prime Minister of the hurricane-battered Caribbean island of Dominica warns of climate change at this year's UN General Assembly.
In the second half of our program
We'll hear from an expert to determine if its truly becoming harder for foreigners to find work in China.
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