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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 (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 (Reuters): China warned on Monday (May 11) that it will take countermeasures in response to the US decision to tighten visa guidelines against Chinese journalists and urged the United States to immediately "correct its mistake".
BEIJING (AFP): Beijing accused the United States on Thursday (May 14) of smearing China after Washington alleged Chinese hackers were attempting to steal research on developing a vaccine against the coronavirus.
BEIJING (Xinhua): China stands ready to continue cooperation with Japan and the Republic of Korea in fighting against Covid-19, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said here Monday (May 18).
BEIJING (AFP): China said Wednesday (April 15) it was "seriously concerned" about the US decision to suspend funding for the World Health Organization, and urged Washington to fulfill its obligations during the coronavirus crisis.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - China's embassy in Australia said politicians there had "misread" a tweet showing a digitally-altered image of an Australian soldier holding a bloodied knife to the throat of an Afghan child, and were trying to stoke nationalism.
Many of the country’s envoys have taken a more strident approach but some insiders are calling for a more tempered strategy towards the rest of the world.
BEIJING (Reuters): China's foreign ministry said on Thursday (April 16) that the World Health Organization has said there is no evidence that the coronavirus which has infected more than two million people globally was made in a lab.