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Long working hours, malnutrition, beatings. Most people may remember the horrors described in Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens' classic novel, which exposed the abuse of children in factories and farms in 19th century London. In today's world where most children live in safety, receive education and enjoy a carefree childhood, many assume that the atrocities of child labor had long been expunged from the planet. Few would expect there are still half a million children working on US farmlands.
By Cao Siqi, Liu Caiyu and Xu Yelu | 2022/7/1 17:42:13
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  • China's UN envoy urges US to lift coercion on Afghanistan, fix its humanitarian damage on civilians

    China's UN envoy on Friday urged the US to lift unilateral coercive measures on Afghanistan, unconditionally return assets belonging to Afghan people, and repair the damage caused by it.

    By Global Times | 2022/7/2 12:06:20
  • S.Korea sends largest-ever contingent to RIMPAC, a 'dangerous' move to deviate from neutral stance for US Indo-Pacific strategy

    South Korea has reportedly sent a largest-ever contingent to the ongoing US-led Rim of the Pacific 2022 (RIMPAC 2022) exercise as its president wrapped up his first appearance in NATO. Chinese experts have warned that these moves send a dangerous signal that the Yoon Suk-yeol administration is deviating from a neutral line amid China-US competition and losing diplomatic autonomy to serve the US' Asia-Pacific strategy, which also faced concerns in South Korea over relations and cooperation with China.

    By Leng Shumei and Wang Wenwen | 2022/7/2 1:25:58
  • China, Solomon Islands see security cooperation progress

    China and the Solomon Islands have seen achievements in their security cooperation. A demonstration of joint police training was held on Friday, with the local police force of the island country showcasing their new skills acquired from the Chinese police officers.

    By Shan Jie and Zhao Juecheng | 2022/7/2 0:51:53
  • 'Not qualified to comment on a prosperous, stable and united HK,' Foreign Ministry slams Blinken, Johnson's 'outdated colonial' remarks

    The US and the UK have faced strong opposition from China after US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made rude and wrong remarks on China over the Hong Kong affairs hours before a jubilant and cheerful 25th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to the motherland.

    By Wang Qi and Chen Qingqing | 2022/7/1 16:58:29
  • FM denounces NATO as having blood of world's people on its hands after it smears China as 'systemic challenge' in new 'strategic concept'

    China on Thursday expressed strong opposition and denounced NATO, after the US-led military alliance vilified China's development as "systemic challenges" in its newly released "strategic concept" for the first time, which means Beijing was targeted as one of NATO's "strategic priorities for the next decade."

    By Wang Qi | 2022/7/1 0:48:24
  • Xi congratulates Marcos on inauguration as Philippine president,'sets good start for pushing ties toward new golden era'

    Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory letter to Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos on his inauguration as president of the Philippines on Thursday and stressed that he is ready to work with the new president to continue the friendly relations to benefit the peoples of the two countries.

    By Liu Xin | 2022/7/1 0:18:15
  • More risks, conflicts ensue as NATO formally invites Finland, Sweden to join after Turkey lifts veto

    NATO formalized its invitation to Sweden and Finland to join the alliance on Wednesday after the last minute agreement was made between Turkey, Finland and Sweden to allow the two Nordic countries to join the bloc. Analysts said that the negotiations are a bargain for Turkey but will not bring security assurance to Finland and Sweden as NATO's expansion will bring more risks and conflicts to the region with less buffer zone with Russia.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/30 0:57:25
  • Liz Truss' 'unjustified' comments on China lack common sense: Chinese FM

    British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss' declaration that China would be making “a catastrophic miscalculation if it invaded Taiwan” is self-righteous, unjustifiable and completely devoid of common sense, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said on Thursday.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/30 21:47:56
  • Sharp contrast: China brings hope with assistance vs US taking lives in chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan

    A Chinese military aircraft recently arrived at Kabul International Airport in Afghanistan to deliver disaster relief supplies to the local people, reminding many netizens of the stark contrast from last August when a US military aircraft forcibly took off from the airport in a chaotic withdrawal from the country, killing at least seven people.

    By Xu Keyue | 2022/6/30 19:49:51
  • China to strengthen coordination with Pakistan on multilateral affairs and safeguard common interests of developing countries: top Chinese diplomat

    China always puts China-Pakistan relations a priority in neighboring diplomacy, and is willing to strengthen coordination with Pakistan on multilateral affairs and safeguard the common interests of developing countries, said top Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi during a meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in Islamabad on Wednesday.

    By Liu Caiyu | 2022/6/30 14:58:56
  • Kishida, Yoon debut at NATO, casting shadow on Asian peace

    For the first time in history, leaders of Japan and South Korea joined the NATO Summit in Madrid on Wednesday to express their interest in underpinning a security alliance with the US' Western allies, following an "unprecedented" tough stance against China in a joint statement released after the G7 leaders' meeting wrapped up in Germany on Tuesday.

    By Wang Qi | 2022/6/29 23:56:08
  • EC President von der Leyen roasted for anti-China agenda in new infrastructure funding initiative

    Netizens from developing countries slashed merciless mockery over European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen's China countering wording over the G7 newly announced funding initiative.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/29 12:23:31
  • NATO itself is the cause of trouble, China opposes 'Asia-Pacific version of NATO': Chinese UN representative

    China firmly opposes NATO's involvement in the Asia-Pacific region or the creation of an "Asia-Pacific version of NATO," said the Chinese Permanent Representative to the UN Zhang Jun during a meeting of the UN Security Council on Ukraine.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/29 10:27:06
  • US' trade talks with Taiwan authorities 'lack substance,' to 'squeeze more' from its pawn

    Economic officials from the US and Taiwan island held their first meeting on Monday (US time) under the "US-Taiwan Initiative on 21st-Century Trade," exchanging views over "an ambitious roadmap of negotiation" to further deepen economic and trade ties.

    By Wang Qi | 2022/6/29 1:08:52
  • US pushes anti-China stunt in new 'illegal fishing' plan

    The US is teaming up with countries and regions including Vietnam to fight "illegal fishing," where US officials conveniently accused China of being one of the violators.

    By Deng Xiaoci and Zhang Changyue | 2022/6/29 1:00:28
  • NATO summit to show unity amid deeper cracks

    The Biden administration this week ramped up efforts to mobilize its European allies in crafting long-term plans on prolonging the Russia-Ukraine conflict and dealing with China for the coming decade with the start of the NATO Summit in Madrid, to ensure Europe will follow the US' playbook and show the world the West is more unified than ever, Chinese analysts said.

    By Zhang Hui and Wan Hengyi | 2022/6/29 0:45:12
  • Chinese VP to attend Philippine presidential inauguration; experts say ties likely to remain friendly under Marcos, Jr

    As the special representative for Chinese President Xi Jinping, Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan will attend the inauguration ceremony for the Philippines' president-elect Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos in Manila on June 30, the Chinese Foreign Ministry announced on Tuesday, with experts saying the positive development of China-Philippine relations in the past six years made ties enter a mature stage, despite some uncertainties and the impact from the US, and the two countries will keep managing the differences, and continue developing beneficial relations in the era of Marcos, Jr.

    By Yang Sheng and Wan Hengyi | 2022/6/28 23:40:35
  • Iran, Argentina's applications to BRICS underscores pursuit of development, solidarity

    Iran's application to the BRICS mechanism, following a similar move by Argentina, is a move that Chinese analysts believe underscores the pursuit by developing and emerging countries of development not disturbance, of true multilateralism not ideological confrontations, and of solidarity not division. The expansion of the BRICS group of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa will also help amplify peaceful power to stabilize the international order at a time when small cliques and unilateral sanctions have been weaponized based on geopolitical considerations, analysts pointed out.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/28 22:05:44
  • Academic institutes should be bridges rather than platforms for anti-China lies: FM spokesperson

    When asked for comments on a China Center newly established within the Hudson Institute, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said on Tuesday that academic institutes should serve as bridges between different countries creating understanding and cooperation rather than distributing lies.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/28 21:57:16
  • FM urges politicians refrain from making irresponsible remarks after Aussie PM warns China to learn from Putin's 'strategic failure'

    In response to a question over Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese' warning against China to learn from Russian President Vladimir Putin's "strategic failure," a spokesperson of the Chinese Foreign Ministry at a regular press briefing on Tuesday urged certain politicians to refrain from making irresponsible remarks, reiterating there is no comparison between Ukraine and the island of Taiwan given that the latter is not a sovereign state.

    By Xu Keyue | 2022/6/28 19:58:25
  • Vice President Wang Qishan to attend the Philippines' president's inauguration

    As the special representative for President Xi Jinping, Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan will attend the inauguration ceremony for the Philippines' president-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr on June 30: Chinese Foreign Ministry

    By Global Times | 2022/6/28 15:40:14
  • Two shipments of earthquake relief supplies from China arrive in Afghanistan; more on the way over next three days

    Two Y-20 cargo planes of the PLA arrived at Kabul airport in Afghanistan on Tuesday morning, carrying with them disaster relief supplies provided by China including tents, towel blankets, folding beds and other items, urgently needed by the Afghan people after a deadly earthquake, China Central Television reported.

    By Yu Xi | 2022/6/28 12:00:02
  • On behalf of 90 nations, China urges solidarity on pushing recovery from pandemic

    At the 50th session of the UN Human Rights Council on Monday, Chen Xu, China's Permanent Representative to the UN Office in Geneva stated that on behalf of more than 90 countries, China called on all parties to focus on economic recovery and protection of social and cultural rights within the context of addressing inequalities in a post-pandemic world.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/28 9:58:07
  • S.Korea warned over fraying China ties, losing 'diplomatic independence' in bloc's Asia push before NATO summit

    South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol is expected to meet with US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the NATO leaders' summit from Wednesday to Thursday in Madrid, which would become Yoon's in-person debut on a multilateral stage.

    By Wang Qi and Zhang Changyue | 2022/6/28 1:08:48
  • Japan announces ill-intended ambition to hike military spending at G7 summit

    Japan will fundamentally bolster its defense in five years with a substantial increase in military spending, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced Sunday during the Group of Seven summit in Germany, following the country's high-profile drills with the US and Australia and prior to participation in the US-led large-scale Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC).

    By Zhang Han and Liu Xuanzun | 2022/6/27 23:58:11
  • The US should take a serious look at the Global Security Initiative: Chinese diplomat

    "I hope the United States can take a serious look at the Global Security Initiative (GSI) that China proposed as it is an important player in world security and the GSI ushers in new elements to uphold global peace," said Li Kexin, Director-General of the Department of International Economic Affairs of China's Foreign Ministry, during a teleconference on the BRICS cohosted by the China Public Diplomacy Association on Monday afternoon. The event attracted diplomats, experts and journalists from many countries.

    By Xie Wenting and Bai Yunyi | 2022/6/27 23:57:00
  • G7's $600 billion PGII met with skepticism, mockery

    After US president Joe Biden and leaders from other Group of Seven (G7) nations proposed to raise $600 billion in the next five years to finance infrastructure projects in developing countries, a move generally interpreted by observers as intending to counter China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), economists expressed skepticism over the feasibility of such a program, citing reasons such as the US' strained government debt status, poor infrastructure construction abilities and past failure with a similar project.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/27 23:17:28
  • NATO to set stage for extending into Asia-Pacific, faces internal difference

    On the heel of the G7 summit, NATO leaders are scheduled to convene in Spain from Tuesday to Thursday for their annual summit with the main focus on Russia and toughening up its stance toward China, while analysts said including China in the US-led military bloc's new strategic concept cannot help alleviate US divergences with the EU, especially on China, and severe domestic problems will also weaken Washington's ambitious plan to maintain hegemony.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/27 23:34:19
  • Forced labor exists in US, not China: Chinese FM

    There is forced labor in the US, not in China, Zhao Lijian, spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, said at a press conference on Monday, noting that the US has repeatedly hyped up the outrageous lie about so-called forced labor in Xinjiang and tried to create “forced unemployment,” which reflects the guilt of the US itself.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/27 22:19:24
  • Exclusive: Hudson Institute's “China Center,” with Pompeo as its “distinguished fellow,” aims to concoct, disseminate anti-China rhetoric: sources

    The Hudson Institute established a China Center in May this year, with former US secretary of state Mike Pompeo as a “distinguished fellow” and extreme anti-China figure Miles Yu as its director. The center is established to collude with anti-China figures, concoct and disseminate anti-China rhetoric, in order to cope with the so-called threats from Communist Party of China (CPC), the Global Times learned from sources familiar with the matter.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/27 18:19:26
  • US Supreme Court's abortion ruling decried as 'historical regression'

    Following the controversial ruling on gun control, the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn the half-century-old Roe v. Wade precedent serves as a new lead that pushes the US much closer to a critical divide resulting from the melee between conservative and liberal forces. Chinese observers believe such a "regression" in the country that claims itself as "beacon of freedom" also sheds light on the twisted nature of US politics.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/27 0:09:32
  • US eyes Russia, China at G7 summit amid woes at home

    Aiming to keep pressure on Russia and seek solidarity to cope with challenges from so-called systemic rival China, the G7 summit is convening in southern Germany, as leaders of the group including US President Joe Biden began arriving on Saturday afternoon local time.

    By Deng Xiaoci and Xie Jun | 2022/6/27 0:58:25
  • Largest China-aided hydropower station put into operation in Burundi

    The last unit of the Huzibazi hydropower station in Burundi has completed a 72-hour trial operation, the Global Times learned Sunday from its designer, Chengdu Engineering Corporation under PowerChina, noting that the largest China-aided hydropower station was put into operation and will increase Burundi's power supply by about a third in total.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/27 0:45:08
  • Tokyo's hope for boosting cooperation with NATO exposes 'anxiety for lack of US' long-term promises' in Asia-Pacific

    Japan is desperately trying to pull the US and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) into the Asia-Pacific region to support Japan in containing China given Japan's rising strategic loneliness and anxiety over the lack of long-term US promises in the region, said Chinese analysts following the latest remarks by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida that Japan hopes to boost cooperation with NATO "to a new stage." The remarks were uttered on Saturday as Kishida prepared for a five-day trip to Europe.

    By Xu Keyue and Zhang Changyue | 2022/6/26 22:00:56
  • Update: China to offer $7.5 million in emergency humanitarian aid to quake-hit Afghanistan

    The Chinese government decided to provide 50 million yuan ($ 7.5 million) in emergency humanitarian aid including tents, sheets, convertible beds to quake-hit Afghanistan for those affected by the disaster, with the first shipment of aid to be transported to the country on Monday by charter flight, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin confirmed on Saturday.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/24 22:01:37
  • BRICS summit yields fruitful trade results, boost for global economic recovery: minister

    The BRICS summit has yielded fruitful results in terms of economic and trade progress, with a series of agreements reached on the digital economy, sustainable development, industrial chain stability and support for multilateralism, Wang Shouwen, Chinese vice minister of commerce, said in a statement released on the ministry's official website Friday.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/25 1:20:09
  • US malicious 'forced labor' law based on lie of century poisons intl businesses: regional spokesperson

    The so-called forced labor allegation is the lie of the century by anti-China forces in the US and the West and the US' law to ban all products from China's Xinjiang region has severely infringed the interests of both Chinese and American companies and consumers, damaged the global supply chain and also poisoned the international business environment, regional spokesperson Xu Guixiang told a press conference on Friday.

    By Liu Xin | 2022/6/25 0:40:20
  • EU grants Ukraine candidate status in show of solidarity, as US rallies allies to target adversaries

    The European Union's decision to grant Ukraine candidate status is the start for the West and the US to show their "solidarity" amid a string of meetings since this week, including the summits of the Group of Seven and NATO.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/24 23:09:41
  • EU grants Ukraine candidate status, aims at 'prolonged military conflict' to drag down Russia

    As the European Union and Ukraine hailed the granting of Ukraine candidate status to the bloc, many analysts said it is more like a political gesture as a lengthy process of negotiations and domestic reforms are needed before Ukraine could formally get the membership.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/24 20:58:06
  • China to add $1b to Global Development and South-South Cooperation Fund on top of $3b committed: Xi

    China to add $1b to Global Development and South-South Cooperation Fund on top of $3b committed: Xi

    By Global Times | 2022/6/24 20:45:13
  • China willing to work with Philippine new govt to promote joint maritime gas, oil exploration: FM

    China is willing to work with the new Philippine government to promote negotiation on joint maritime oil and gas exploration and to make concrete progress to benefit the people of the two countries, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said on Friday in response to news that the Philippines has terminated talks on the joint exploration.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/24 16:38:55
  • Qatar reiterates one-China principle; timely correction of Taiwan island reference on World Cup App appreciated

    Zhou Jian, the Chinese ambassador to Qatar, on Thursday met with Assistant Foreign Minister for Regional Affairs of Qatar Mohammed bin Abdulaziz Al-Khulaifi, and the latter reiterated that Qatar firmly supports the one-China principle.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/24 14:26:10
  • Xi calls on BRICS to form one big family to reject small circles

    Chinese President Xi Jinping hosted the 14th BRICS Summit in Beijing via video link on the evening of June 23, with virtual participation from the leaders of Russia, India, South Africa and Brazil.

    By Yang Sheng and Wan Hengyi | 2022/6/24 0:55:03
  • Chinese FM reveals meeting with Taliban-affiliated Afghan Chargé d'affaires for first time

    Chen Song, deputy director-general of the Department of Asian Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China, met with Afghan Embassy Chargé d'affaires in Beijing Sayed Mohiuddin Sadat on Wednesday, with Sadat thanking China for the sincere sympathy over the deadly earthquake. Global Times has learned that Sadat serves as the Charge d 'affaires of the Afghan Taliban government's embassy in China, and this is the first time that the Chinese Foreign Ministry publicly released information about meeting with Sadat.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/23 23:59:50
  • China denounces NATO's Asia reach as 'dangerous' as bloc intensifies anti-China rhetoric ahead of summit

    US President Joe Biden will start his European trip this weekend to use the G7 and NATO summits as platforms for coordinating with allies to jointly counter China, including inviting leaders from Australia, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea to take part for the first time. It seems NATO has found its purpose for survival through expansion worldwide, particularly seeking to extend its reach into Asia to cooperate with the US' China strategy. But Chinese analysts warned that NATO will be further split and even face a possible demise as trouble and contradictions inside the organization will snowball amid NATO expansion.

    By Zhang Hui and Cui Fandi | 2022/6/23 22:41:29
  • FM meets Indian Ambassador, says China, India 'should speak for developing countries together'

    China and India's common interests far outweigh differences and the two countries should jointly address various global challenges, and safeguard their common interests as well as interests of developing countries, said Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi against the backdrop of Western efforts to sow discord in China-India relations and weaken the joint force of new economies at the ongoing BRICS summit.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/23 22:01:23
  • Exclusive: BRICS cooperation 'not an exclusive club' but with practical measures in addressing challenges: South African ambassador to China

    Siyabonga Cwele, Ambassador of South Africa to China, told the Global Times in an exclusive interview ahead of the 14th BRICS Summit, which is held virtually this week, that BRICS is a significant force in terms of helping the global community deal with the current challenges.

    By Chen Qingqing and Bai Yunyi | 2022/6/23 21:09:21
  • Xi calls on BRICS countries to bring positive, stabilizing and constructive strength to the world

    Xi calls on BRICS countries to bring positive, stabilizing and constructive strength to the world

    By Global Times | 2022/6/23 20:21:24
  • Xi chairs BRICS Summit

    Chinese President Xi Jinping hosted the 14th BRICS Summit on Thursday in virtual format.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/23 20:09:05
  • China's representative at UN Human Rights Council concerned about extrajudicial execution in US

    The representative of China expressed concern over extrajudicial executions in the US during the dialogue with the UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial summary or arbitrary executions at the 50th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council on Wednesday.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/23 11:36:10
  • Xi offers answers to questions of the times at BRICS forum

    Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday offered his answers to the questions of the times at a keynote speech in virtual format at the opening ceremony of the BRICS Business Forum in Beijing and called for joint efforts to seek and safeguard peace as he said “the Ukraine crisis has again sounded the alarm for humanity.” He also urged efforts to strengthen global economic governance and increase the representation and voices of emerging markets and developing countries, and experts said this has pointed out the correct directions to solve current challenges that are threatening global development and recovery.

    By Yang Sheng, Chi Jingyi and Wan Hengyi | 2022/6/23 0:07:13
  • 2022 marks 'year of launch' for BRICS remote satellite network

    As the 14th BRICS Summit kicks off, China National Space Administration (CNSA) revealed to the Global Times the latest development and more details on cooperation in joint observation and data sharing of the remote sensing satellites among the five major emerging economies -Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.

    By Deng Xiaoci and Fan Anqi | 2022/6/22 23:12:07
  • PLA sends 29 warplanes around Taiwan, 'practices new tactics to counter US aircraft carrier intervention'

    Twenty-nine Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) warplanes entered the island of Taiwan's self-proclaimed air defense identification zone on Tuesday, marking the third largest PLA aerial drill around Taiwan this year, which according to Chinese military observers indicated that the PLA could be practicing new tactics to counter possible US aircraft carrier intervention.

    By Liu Xuanzun and Zhang Hui | 2022/6/22 22:59:05
  • Modi to attend BRICS summit as India benefits from mechanism

    India on Tuesday confirmed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's attendance at the China-hosted BRICS summit, which is expected to highlight cooperation, growth, inclusiveness and the shared interests of developing countries at a time when the world is in turbulence and uncertainty, observers said.

    By Zhang Han | 2022/6/22 22:35:02
  • China ready to provide relief supplies to Afghanistan after earthquake; Afghan Chargé d'affaires thanks China for sincere sympathy

    China stands ready to provide emergency humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan in light of its needs, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said in response to the powerful earthquake in eastern Afghanistan near the Pakistani border on Wednesday, which killed at least 1,000 people and injuring 1,500.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/22 21:39:24
  • We want to join BRICS because conditions aren't attached on cooperation here: Argentine Ambassador

    On the occasion of the upcoming 14th BRICS summit, Argentina's Ambassador to China, Sabino Vaca Narvaja, told the Global Times that Argentina hopes to become a BRICS member as soon as possible, and expects all parties to agree on a formal plan on BRICS' membership expansion at the summit this week.

    By Xie Wenting and Bai Yunyi | 2022/6/22 20:26:07
  • Genuine multipolar order advocated by BRICS allows greater levels of dialogue to address challenges: former S.African envoy

    BRICS states are bringing economic and political clout to international relations during a period when the old Western-centric world system is under pressure to transform, and China is believed to be a linchpin in a much-needed economic dynamism and a key driver for inclusive global governance, Gert Grobler, a former senior South African diplomat, who served as an ambassador to Spain, Japan, and Madagascar, told the Global Times in a recent exclusive interview.

    By Hu Yuwei | 2022/6/22 20:22:41
  • China to continue to enhance opening-up, encourage businesses to invest in China: Xi

    China to continue to enhance opening-up, encourage businesses to invest in China: Xi

    By Xinhua | 2022/6/22 19:59:50
  • Economic globalization unstoppable historical trend: Xi

    Chinese President Xi Jinping said Wednesday that economic globalization is an unstoppable historical trend, and those who attempt to block others' development will eventually end up blocking their own.

    By Xinhua | 2022/6/22 19:33:02
  • Willful sanctioning brings disasters to people around world: Xi

    Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday said the act of willfully imposing sanctions will bring disasters to people around the world.

    By Xinhua | 2022/6/22 19:31:45
  • UK paper's false report on WHO chief's remarks again proves 'lab leak' theory is anti-China politicization: FM

    The COVID-19 “lab leak” theory totally twisted facts and it's merely a lie fabricated by anti-China forces for political purposes, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said on Wednesday in response to a media report that claimed WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus had once acknowledged the theory.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/22 19:25:43
  • President Xi attends opening ceremony of BRICS Business Forum

    Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday attended the opening ceremony of the BRICS Business Forum in virtual format.

    By Xinhua | 2022/6/22 19:05:55
  • President Xi Jinping to attend and address the BRICS Business Forum on Wed via video

    Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend and address the opening ceremony of the BRICS Business Forum on Wed via video link, on the eve of the BRICS Summit 2022.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/22 18:36:33
  • China firmly opposes US ban on imports of Xinjiang-related products: MOFCOM

    China firmly opposes the US ban on imports of any products related to Xinjiang. The US move is a typical act of economic coercion, seriously harming the interests of enterprises and consumers in both countries, and it is not conducive to the stability of global industrial and supply chains, a spokesperson from China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) said on Tuesday.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/22 1:39:32
  • US in futile rehearsal to decouple China with Xinjiang 'forced labor' law

    As the US begins enforcement of the so-called Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) on Tuesday to scrap imports from China's Xinjiang region citing “forced labor” concerns, the Chinese government condemned it as an attempt to create “forced unemployment” and is economic coercion.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/21 23:39:54
  • BRICS helps Africa focus on security, devt amid challenges

    The BRICS Summit will serve as a platform for developing countries, including African countries, to focus on security and development amid reverse globalization and the Ukraine crisis, analysts said, as a China-led peace conference for the Horn of Africa (HoA) wrapped up on Tuesday with China vowing to support regional development.

    By Leng Shumei and Shan Jie | 2022/6/21 23:19:46
  • FM demands explanation following report of Five Eyes building China infiltration rumors

    While the Five Eyes Alliance is interfering and infiltrating into China, they are distorting the facts and blaming China of "infiltration" instead, which reveals their deep-rooted Cold War mentality and ideological bias, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on the Five Eyes Alliance's action to tarnish China's image in the world.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/21 22:56:01
  • Japan embarks on dangerous path with revived constitutional change push

    In a series of reckless moves such as using the Ukraine crisis and hyping the so-called “China threat” to advocate “bloc politics” and “confrontation between camps” underlying the NATO's Asia-Pacific expansion, seeking to doubleits defense budget, as well as provoking China on its core interests, Japan has also been ramping up its efforts to push for its pacifist constitutional reform, which made the country an increasingly worrying actor threatening peace and stability in the region and the world. The increasingly dangerous tendency in Japan as it seeks remilitarization, promotes the establishment of a NATO-like military alliance in the Asia-Pacific and contains China with provocative moves deserves the vigilance of countries in the region, analysts said.

    By Deng Xiaoci and Xu Keyue | 2022/6/21 22:19:50
  • Exclusive: BRICS to take leadership role in ending global hunger, poverty: FAO

    BRICS countries Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, accounting for more than 40 percent of the world's population and 20 percent of global GDP and producing more than one-third of global cereal production, are well-placed to take a leadership role in helping eradicate global hunger and poverty by 2030, and developing countries around the world looked to the successes of BRICS countries in economic development over the past few decades, Carlos Watson, the Representative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in China, told the Global Times in an exclusive interview ahead of the virtual 14th BRICS Summit in Beijing on Thursday.

    By Zhang Hui and Zhao Juecheng | 2022/6/21 22:12:18
  • China calls on UN to address human rights violations against indigenous women and girls in US, Canada, Australia

    A Chinese representative called on the UN human rights mechanisms to continue to pay attention to human rights violations against indigenous women and girls in the US, Canada and Australia. The representative made the remarks during a speech at a dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on violence against women at the 50th session of the UN Human Rights Council on Monday.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/21 13:13:25
  • Fumio Kishida's attendance at NATO summit goes against trend of the times: former senior Japanese official

    Kazuyuki Hamada, a former Japanese Parliamentary Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, told GT that Fumio Kishida's attendance at the NATO summit goes against the trend of the times that will lead to a new cold war or hot war.

    By Xu Yelu | 2022/6/20 23:14:28
  • UN reps hail China's Global Development Initiative as accelerator to achieving 2030 Agenda

    A global development report released on Monday put forward policy recommendations to the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in eight aspects, which was an important move for China to implement the Global Development Initiative (GDI), and the China proposed GDI was hailed by many UN representatives and ambassadors who believed the initiative is an accelerator to achieving the UN development goals.

    By Zhang Hui and Zhao Juecheng | 2022/6/20 22:26:36
  • Global refugee population hits 100m amid regional conflicts sown by West

    On the 22nd World Refugee Day on Monday, a report released by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) showed that the number of refugees has surpassed 100 million, bringing renewed attention to the refugee crisis in international public opinion. Experts said as long as the US and its allies keep exporting turmoil and creating crises for their selfish ends, the refugee problem will not be solved.

    By Lin Xiaoyi | 2022/6/20 20:35:14
  • US' China policy 'deceptive, hypocritical and dangerous:' Chinese FM issues factsheet on US false perception of China

    The Chinese Foreign Ministry issued on Sunday a factsheet on "Falsehoods in US Perceptions of China," laying out a total of 21 points with detailed facts and figures concerning all-round topics that emerged between the two countries, including US claims over democracy, human rights and the Indo-Pacific, and China's stance on the Taiwan question, Xinjiang and Hong Kong.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/20 0:49:11
  • US seeks dialogue with China to ease inflation pressure, 'lifting additional tariffs is not a gift for bargaining'

    As the US is facing the most serious inflation challenge in 40 years and extremely heavy economic pressure, it seems like Washington is looking to China for some hope, as US President Joe Biden recently told media he is seeking dialogue with China's top leader and is in the process of making his mind up on the tariff issue.

    By Yang Sheng and Shen Weiduo | 2022/6/20 0:24:14
  • Reality Check: Falsehoods in US Perceptions of China

    US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has recently delivered a speech at Asia Society outlining the US administration's approach to China. With carefully calibrated language, he sought to promote the “China threat” narrative, interfere in China's internal affairs, and smear China's domestic and foreign policy, all in an attempt at full-blown containment and suppression of China.

    By fmprc.gov.cn | 2022/6/19 23:39:54
  • China, Japan set for another round of high-level talk on maritime affairs; results likely to be 'very limited'

    China and Japan are expected to hold another round of high-level consultations on maritime affairs on Thursday, Japanese media reported on Saturday. However, Chinese experts believe that the results of the talks will be "very limited," given Japan's evasion of the historical facts of the Diaoyu Islands and its recent provocations to China.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/19 22:06:39
  • US's new Xinjiang strategy to result in huge uncertainties for bilateral trade and mutual trust with China: experts

    The US recently released a strategy based on a bill on the nonexistent "forced labor" issue in China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region to reinforce its intention of destabilizing China's Xinjiang and containing China.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/19 21:05:22
  • Xi stresses true multilateralism, rejecting decoupling and sanctions at Russian economic forum

    By stressing the need to foster an enabling environment for development, Chinese President Xi Jinping pointed out the importance to follow true multilateralism, build an open world economy and reject attempts at decoupling, supply disruption, unilateral sanctions and maximum pressure in a speech at the 25th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) via video link on Friday.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/17 22:50:33
  • US, Australia's recent moves in South Pacific eye new small clique to contain China

    With recent intensified moves in the South Pacific together with Australia, the US is eyeing another small clique in the South Pacific region to contain China following previous moves to organize AUKUS and expand NATO, experts said as Australia's Foreign Minister Penny Wong kicked off a visit to the Solomon Islands on Friday.

    By Leng Shumei | 2022/6/18 0:18:21
  • Xi to host BRICS Summit; China devt approach anticipated

    When the main theme of peace and development has been seriously challenged by the US-led alliances and when the negative impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on the world economy and global sustainable development has become increasingly prominent, China is hosting the BRICS Summit next week to provide a platform for developing nations to build consensus on addressing acute development challenges, analysts said.

    By Zhang Hui and Liu Xin | 2022/6/17 22:53:41
  • US companies, people affected by crackdown on Chinese firms, says official

    Companies and people in the US will have to "swallow the bitter pill" of the US' unreasonable crackdown on Chinese companies, a senior Chinese official said on Friday following news that removing equipment from Chinese tech companies like Huawei from US telecom networks will come at a hefty cost.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/17 22:23:07
  • China, Russia sign new trade agreement on energy and food, expected to further unleash potential

    Chinese and Russian companies have reached agreements on key industries such as energy, food and other daily commodities on the sideline of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) from June 15-18, as the two countries are unleashing greater potentials in bilateral trade to boost the regional economy.

    By Yin Yeping | 2022/6/17 22:07:41
  • Sullivan reiterates 'one-China policy' as US in domestic chaos seeks to 'stabilize ties' with China

    US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on Thursday reiterated that the Biden administration's stance on the Taiwan question "has not changed from previous presidencies," the first statement of its kind since a recent meeting between Sullivan and China's top diplomat Yang Jiechi in Luxembourg. Chinese experts said if the US still cares about the overall stability of China-US relations, it should exercise restraint on China's internal affairs and core interests, and face up to the possibility of lifting tariffs on Chinese products amid pressing domestic economic difficulties.

    By Wang Qi | 2022/6/17 20:43:08
  • China urges US to fully lift unilateral sanction, return assets to Afghan people at UN human rights council

    As the initiator of the Afghan issues, the US should make up for the Afghan people for the devastation they suffered with concrete moves, the Chinese representative to the 50th session of the UN Human Rights Council said on Thursday.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/17 10:05:45
  • Russia, China seek new growth momentum at key economic forum amid US hegemony

    With the 25th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), hailed as the "Russian Davos", beginning on Wednesday, Russia-China cooperation under the theme "New opportunities in a new world" came under the spotlight, as, the Kremlin's interests appeared to shift toward the East in the face of mounting Western sanctions and pressure.

    By Chen Qingqing and Xu Yelu | 2022/6/17 1:11:51
  • Exclusive: Peak body of Aussie elite universities urges Canberra to refresh China policy, offer more incentives to attract Chinese students

    While the new government has yet to bring relief to the Australian education sector, which has suffered talent losses and financial stress during the pandemic, the peak body representing elite Australian universities has called on Canberra to recalibrate its China policy, given that Chinese students could be the "key to recovery."

    By Xu Keyue and Zhang Changyue | 2022/6/16 23:00:17
  • Aussie FM's frequent visit to S.Pacific nations 'charm offensive' to exclude China from region

    The new Australia government recently launched what Chinese observers called a "charm offensive" and "salami tactics" trying to exclude China from this region, as Australia's foreign minister is scheduled to travel to the Solomon Islands on Friday, the third visit to the South Pacific region, in less than a month after she took office.

    By Zhao Yusha | 2022/6/16 22:27:44
  • Reelection of Chinese candidate to CLCS a recognition to China's adherence to multilateralism: FM

    The reelection of Chinese candidate to UN Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf (CLCS) is recognition to China's insistence on abiding by international marine laws and to real multilateralism, Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/16 18:52:51
  • People of Balochistan support China-Pakistan friendship and construction of Economic Corridor: acting Governor

    Pang Chunxue, charge d'affaires of the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan, met with Speaker of the Balochistan Assembly and acting Balochistan Governor, Mir Jan Muhammad Khan Jamali on Tuesday. During the meeting, the Balochistan official condemned the earlier terrorist attack and thanked China for its contributions in the province.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/16 3:07:18
  • Xi, Putin hold phone call, vow mutual support amid global turbulence

    Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday afternoon held a phone conversation with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, with analysts saying this is a signal to the world that the close China-Russia strategic partnership and high-level mutual trust between the two sides remain unchanged when the world is experiencing turbulence and uncertainty.

    By Yang Sheng, Wan Hengyi and Cui Fandi | 2022/6/16 0:57:37
  • US anxiety to push decoupling with China in mineral supply chains 'a dangerous signal'

    Since NATO will adopt a new Strategic Concept for the coming decade at its summit in Madrid later this month, the US is getting increasingly anxious on the issue of critical mineral supply, especially on mineral resources that it heavily relies on China and Russia. Some voices in the US are calling for decoupling with China in relevant fields, and seeking a replacement to ensure US demand due to "the risk of war."

    By Yang Sheng and Yin Yeping | 2022/6/16 0:36:03
  • Indians ready to return to China as embassy updates visa policy

    Indian nationals and their accompanying family members are preparing to return to China for work after the Chinese Embassy in India optimized visas policies for those who wish to travel to China to resume work.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/16 0:11:43
  • China calls on intl community to investigate forced labor in US

    China is calling on the international community to conduct an in-depth investigation into the crimes of forced labor in the US, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, while debunking so-called Xinjiang forced labor claims as a big lie cooked up by a few anti-China forces that runs counter to common sense, facts and law.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/15 21:39:09
  • Xi, Putin hold phone call, vow pragmatic cooperation

    Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday afternoon.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/15 18:39:48
  • 70 countries at UN oppose interference in China's internal affairs under pretext of human rights

    A group of 70 countries at the UN oppose double standards, politicizing human rights issues and interference in China's internal affairs under the pretext of human rights. Addressing the 50th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, Cuban representative said in a joint statement that they called for the respect of national sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity and non-interference in internal affairs of others.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/15 9:51:47
  • US sends special envoy to Pacific island nations with competition with China in mind

    Since China is boosting cooperation for development and security with the island nations in the South Pacific, the US and its Western allies in the region are getting increasingly anxious as Washington sent a special envoy to visit the region on Tuesday.

    By Yang Sheng | 2022/6/14 22:59:42
  • Update: Yang-Sullivan meeting draws bottom line for US

    The latest Yang-Sullivan meeting, which came after US President's Asia trip that was widely seen as Washington's concrete efforts of building an ideology-driven small clique in containing China and was held before the upcoming NATO meeting, delivered an important message to Washington that it should quickly, effectively and concretely adjust its wrong and extreme China policy to avoid strategic miscalculations, Chinese experts said.

    By Chen Qingqing and Liu Caiyu | 2022/6/14 12:54:09
  • Senior Chinese diplomat meets US national security advisor

    Yang Jiechi, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, met with U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan here on Monday.

    By Xinhua | 2022/6/14 7:58:51
  • Zelensky's Taiwan remarks 'used by some forces to create tension between China and Ukraine': Chinese FM

    In response to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's remarks while answering a question over the Taiwan question at the Shangri-La Dialogue, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said on Monday that it has been used by some forces to create tensions between China and Ukraine, reiterating that the Taiwan question, which is China's internal affair, is fundamentally different from the Ukraine issue.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/13 20:45:31
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