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New Chinese Envoy Meets Australian Foreign Minister For ‘Frank’ Discussions

Australia’s foreign minister has met with the new Chinese ambassador in Sydney amid an ongoing Beijing-instigated diplomatic freeze and has called on the regime to help end the invasion of Ukraine. A spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAT) said Minister Marise Payne had “frank” discussions with Xiao Qian on March 9. “The Minister…


Beijing’s Spokesman Uses Syrian Photos to Attack US Policy in Afghanistan

Zhao Lijian, spokesman for China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, recently tweeted images of a child in war-torn Syria while falsely claiming they were taken in Afghanistan in a swipe against U.S. foreign policy. Zhao, posted four photos on his Twitter account on Jan. 24, with the caption of “After 20 years’ war, this is what…


Former Global Times Chief Editor Hu Xijin Threatens US before Retiring

China’s state-run tabloid Global Times changed its director, as Hu Xijin, one of the top Chinese wolf warriors who consistently criticized the United States without reason, announced his retirement on Dec. 15. Hours before his retirement, Hu published his last video as chief editor of the Chinese regime’s mouthpiece in which he threatened Washington, “The…


China’s ‘Wolf Warrior’ Ambassador to Australia Heading Home

Beijing’s controversial “wolf-warrior” ambassador to Australia, Cheng Jingye, has finished his post and will be returning to China. Australia’s Foreign Minister Marise Payne told a Senate Estimates committee on Oct. 28 that Cheng, who had arrived in 2016, was “about to depart if he has not already departed.” The ambassador has been the public face…


Will the New AUKUS Pact Transform Security in Asia?

Commentary Negotiated in secret and sprung on the world last week, Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States have created a new defense pact that is a direct if unspoken challenge to the growing Chinese military threat in Asia. Dubbed AUKUS (or, more awkwardly sometimes, AUUKUS), its immediate goal is to create a framework…


State Department Official Met With China’s New U.S. Envoy

U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman met with China’s newly appointed ambassador Qin Gang on Aug. 12, discussing issues Beijing was bombarded with last month. The Deputy reviewed issues raised from the last meeting in China’s coastal city Tianjin and “expressed the United States’ commitment to continuing discussions,” State Department’s spokesman Ned Price said….


State Department Official Meets With China’s New US Envoy

U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman met with China’s newly appointed ambassador, Qin Gang, on Aug. 12, discussing issues that Beijing was bombarded with last month. The Deputy reviewed issues raised from the last meeting in China’s coastal city Tianjin and “expressed the United States’ commitment to continuing discussions,” said State Department’s spokesman Ned…


China’s New Ambassador to US Tones Down Rhetoric Days After Testy US-China Meetings

The Chinese regime’s new envoy to the United States adopted a placating tone upon his arrival in Washington on July 28, just two days after high-ranking Chinese diplomats blasted a visiting Biden official over a range of alleged U.S. “wrongdoings.” Qin Gang, a veteran diplomat, called for continued engagement between the two countries. The ambassador,…


Chinese Regime Turns US-China Meetings Into Propaganda Coup

The Chinese regime had a field day pushing anti-American propaganda in the aftermath of high-level diplomatic talks between the two countries. On July 26, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman met separately with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his deputy Xie Feng in the Chinese port city of Tianjin. Beijing’s confrontational manner, dubbed…


Chinese State-Run Media Publish Controversial Cartoon Mocking G-7

After the Group of Seven (G-7) summit finished with a strong statement condemning the Chinese communist regime over its human rights abuses, a cartoon mocking the G-7 leaders went viral on Chinese social media. Chinese state-run media have promoted the satirical cartoon with nationalistic fervor, triggering a backlash from international media. Netizen “Bantonglaoatang,” who is…