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SINGAPORE/BEIJING (Reuters): Diplomats returning from overseas postings don't usually receive special attention at China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a vast government bureaucracy with thousands of staff.
BEIJING (Xinhua): China on Wednesday (May 20) urged the United States to commit to defeating the Covid-19 pandemic at an early date, instead of issuing an "ultimatum" to the international organisation that leads the fight against the pandemic.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): China gave one of its most detailed explanations yet for souring ties with Australia, calling on the nation to stop trying to impose its will on others.
BEIJING (Global Times): China has again urged the US to offer a comprehensive clarification of its overseas biological militariSation activities, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said on Tuesday (May 18).
BEIJING (Xinhua): Any attempt or remarks by the US side to harm China's interests will meet with resolute countermeasures, and Washington's scheme of impeding China's development is "bound to fail," a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Monday (June 1).
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China will not be a 'silent lamb' in the face of vicious insults and defamation, and The Wall Street Journal should apologise for a racist headline on an opinion piece, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Monday (Feb 24).
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China hopes that India will work with its neighbour to jointly uphold peace and stability in their border areas, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian has announced.
BEIJING (Xinhua): US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's statements regarding China's national security legislation on Hong Kong demonstrate nothing but ignorance and prejudice, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said Thursday (July 2).
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China has urged the United States on Monday (Nov 23) to immediately stop its practice of abusing the concept of national security to suppress foreign enterprises after reports showed Washington is close to banning technology exports to 89 Chinese enterprises.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison demanded that Beijing apologise for a provocative tweet depicting one of his country's troops holding a bloody knife to an Afghan child's throat.