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The Chinese Foreign Ministry condemned some personnel of the island of Taiwan who degraded themselves and were willing to become followers of another country in an attempt to attend the United Nations (UN) Ocean Conference, saying they can only bring disgrace on themselves.
By Xu Keyue | 2022/6/27 19:48:07
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  • 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
  • Shaping history: A path of Chinese-style modernization creates new form of civilization

    "The Party's endeavors over the past century have produced a profound influence on the course of world history," read the Resolution of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on the Major Achievements and Historical Experience of the Party over the Past Century, which was adopted at the Sixth Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee of the CPC in November, 2021.

    By Yang Guangbin | 2022/6/26 19:42:25
  • Xi underscores importance of better respecting public opinion, following aspirations of the people

    Chinese President Xi Jinping has underscored the importance of better listening to the people's voices by making use of the internet and other channels, the Xinhua News Agency reported on Sunday.

    By Liu Caiyu and Zhao Yusha | 2022/6/26 13:59:57
  • Rights of residents, businesses more fully protected by national security law and new electoral system: HKSAR representative at UN session

    Rights of the Hong Kong residents and businesses are more fully protected by the national security law for Hong Kong and the new electoral system, which help the city overcome chaos and embark on a new journey toward prosperity and good governance, a representative from the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) said at the 50th session of the UN Human Rights Council.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/26 12:46:00
  • Xi to attend meeting marking 25th anniversary of HK's return to motherland, 'charting city's future course of devt'

    Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend a meeting marking the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to the motherland and will also attend the inaugural ceremony of the sixth-term government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Xinhua News Agency reported on Saturday.

    By Chen Qingqing | 2022/6/25 9:10:43
  • President Xi 'speaks for the aspirations of developing countries, charts clear course for global governance system reform at BRICS events,' Chinese FM says

    Chinese President Xi Jinping's speech laid out the aspirations of developing countries, charted a clear course for the reform of the global governance system and gathered strength for global economic recovery, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi told reporters Friday night.

    By Global Times - Xinhua | 2022/6/25 14:10:30
  • Xi stresses need to build basic data systems, enhance administrative division management

    Chinese President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, chairman of the Central Military Commission, and head of the Central Commission for Comprehensively Deepening Reform, presided over the commission's 26th meeting on Wednesday afternoon. At the meeting, the commission reviewed and adopted a guideline on building the basic systems for data and making better use of data resources, a guideline on improving the work related to administrative divisions, a work plan on trials of reforming the evaluation of scientific and technological personnel, and a work plan on enhancing supervision over large payment platform enterprises and promoting the well-regulated and healthy development of payment and financial technologies.

    By Xinhua | 2022/6/25 9:17:33
  • Xi stresses placing devt at the center of intl agenda at global devt dialogue

    Chinese President Xi Jinping highlighted the significance of placing development at the center of the international agenda when some countries have politicized and marginalized the development issue, built "a small yard with high fences," imposed maximum sanctions and stoked divisions and confrontation at Friday's High-level Dialogue on Global Development, stressing China will take pragmatic steps to continue supporting the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including adding $1 billion to a Global Development and South-South Cooperation fund.

    By Zhang Hui | 2022/6/25 0:12:37
  • Xi stresses placing development at center of intl agenda

    Xi stresses placing development at center of intl agenda

    By Global Times | 2022/6/24 21:05:50
  • Veteran official Regina Ip appointed as convener of HK Exco meeting, sees 'reopening borders' as urgent task

    The Office of the Chief Executive-elect was unveiled on Wednesday together with the list of the new Executive Council (Exco) meeting members, and among 16 non-official members, nine will continue serve the position and Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee, the chairperson of the New People's Party, will serve as the convener of the meeting. The nomination is expected to take effect from July 1.

    By Chen Qingqing | 2022/6/22 19:18:26
  • China, other countries urge elimination of legacies of colonialism

    A senior Chinese diplomat on Tuesday called on all parties to work together to eliminate the negative impact of legacies of colonialism on the enjoyment of human rights and safeguard international equality and justice to push forward global human rights governance to be more reasonable and inclusive.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/22 12:17:48
  • 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
  • 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
  • Assange case mirrors hypocrisy of UK and US in protection of press freedom: Chinese FM

    Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Monday that the case of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange is a mirror to the hypocrisy of the UK and the US, both of which have claimed to safeguard the press freedom. The remarks were made following the approval by the UK government of Assange's extradition to the US on Friday.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/20 18:38:48
  • 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
  • Xi underscores fighting corruption to ensure full victory, signaling for Party 'not to lose original quality' as it enters journey to next centennial

    Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, urged on Friday coordinated improvement to guarantee that officials do not have the audacity, opportunity, or desire to engage in corruption. He noted that the fight against corruption is a major political struggle that the Party cannot afford to lose and should never lose because it concerns the people.

    By Zhao Yusha | 2022/6/19 20:11:15
  • Exclusive: Five Eyes alliance fabricating evidence, building rumors of China infiltration: source

    The Five Eyes Alliance is collecting and fabricating evidence that intends to show China is “infiltrating politically into Western countries,” with the aim of tarnishing China's image in the world, the Global Times learned from a source close to the matter.

    By GT Staff reporters | 2022/6/19 12:03:23
  • State Council appoints 'diversified team' with loyalty, professionalism for new HKSAR govt

    The State Council, China's cabinet, approved the list of key officials proposed by the six-term chief executive for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government on Sunday. By forming a new team with some new faces, the new government is expected to unveil a new chapter for Hong Kong on the 25th anniversary of its return to the motherland.

    By Chen Qingqing | 2022/6/19 10:55:48
  • Xi underscores improved capability in fighting corruption to ensure full victory

    Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, urged coordinated improvement to guarantee that officials do not have the audacity, opportunity, or desire to engage in corruption.

    By Xinhua | 2022/6/18 15:58:10
  • China beefs up anti-corruption work in financial units

    The Political Bureau of the Communist Part of China Central Committee held a meeting on Friday to review a report on the rectification and improvement of financial units in the 8th round of inspections of the 19th Central Committee, according to the Xinhua News Agency. The review looked at outcomes of the inspection work for anti-corruption campaigns while extending perspectives for future tasks.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/18 0:27:14
  • President Xi will preside over BRICS virtual summit on June 23 from Beijing

    Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend and chair a meeting of leaders of the 14th BRICS Summit via video link on June 23 from Beijing, and will deliver a keynote speech at the BRICS Business Forum on June 22: FM

    By Global Times | 2022/6/17 10:10:29
  • Taiwan authorities paying US lobbyists to maintain 'rock-solid' ties

    On the second day of working-level meetings between security officials of the US and Taiwan, the island-based media disclosed that the "rock-solid" relationship with the US touted by secessionist Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) authorities was achieved by paying US lobbyists. Chinese experts said this not only reflects the local political struggle within Taiwan, but also the mutual estrangement between the US and secessionists on the island.

    By Wang Qi | 2022/6/16 21:41:12
  • US likely to turn Taiwan island into 'bigger nut to crack' in military talks, but secessionists will find it hard to celebrate its 'cannon fodder' destiny

    As a slew of saber-rattling security meetings between the US and the secessionist Taiwan authorities are expected to start on Wednesday (US time), following the recent China-US dialogue between defense chiefs and senior diplomats, Chinese mainland experts viewed it as a scene for the US to further press secessionists on the island to accept US arrangements for arms sales, or even act as a battle front for it.

    By Wang Qi | 2022/6/15 22:44:27
  • More countries support China on Xinjiang amid US-led clique's siege

    As the US led a new round of attack against China by hyping Xinjiang-related topics at the 50th session of the Human Rights Council (HRC), more countries have stood out to support China. Analysts said such a scenario is an epitome of more developing countries opposing the US' and the West's poisoning the HRC or politicizing human rights topics to maintain hegemony.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/15 22:22:29
  • Measures against 'Taiwan independence' provocations an act of justice to safeguard China's sovereignty: Taiwan Affairs Office

    In response to the comment made by Taiwan's “Mainland Affairs Council” that China's resolution to fight “Taiwan independence” secessionists with armed forces is a “declaration of war,” Taiwan Affairs Office of China's State Council said that all necessary measures taken in response to the provocation and coercion of the “Taiwan independence” secessionists are an act of justice to safeguard China's sovereignty and territorial integrity and it is China's internal affair in terms of what kind of measure to take to solve the Taiwan question.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/15 18:04:34
  • Mainland customs to increase nucleic acid testing on imported cold-chain products and packages from Taiwan

    Chinese mainland customs will increase nucleic acid testing for traces of coronavirus on imported cold-chain products and packages from Taiwan, Ma Xiaoguang, spokesperson from the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council said on Wednesday.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/15 12:35:57
  • Former Xinjiang Party head Chen Quanguo takes new post as deputy head of Central Rural Work Leading Group

    Chen Quanguo, former secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Regional Committee, has assumed the position as deputy head of the Central Rural Work Leading Group, according to official media reports.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/15 2:03:36
  • Inviting Taiwan to join PALS a provocative move by US, Japan: experts

    Inviting the island of Taiwan to join the Pacific Amphibious Leaders Symposium (PALS) as an observer shows the hosts, the US and Japan, are upping the ante in consolidating military ties with the island and egging on Taiwan secessionism, said military experts.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/15 0:29:36
  • Bachelet cites personal reasons for not seeking second term amid US' politicization of human rights body

    The announcement of UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet not to seek a second term has drawn wide attention globally, and experts noted that as Bachelet's decision was made for personal reasons, the US and anti-China forces' hype of the topics aims to continue their "genocide" allegation to contain China and their moves to pressure Bachelet are shameful "political bullying."

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/14 21:13:49
  • 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 Yang Jiechi warns US not to have miscalculation or illusion on Taiwan question

    In talks with National Security Advisor of the US Jake Sullivan in Luxembourg, senior Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi said the US shouldn't have miscalculation or illusion on the Taiwan question and warned that the Taiwan question, if inappropriately handled, will have a disruptive impact.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/14 10:18:43
  • China enjoys sovereignty and jurisdiction over Taiwan Straits: Chinese FM

    China enjoys sovereignty, sovereign rights and jurisdiction over the Taiwan Straits, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said at a press conference on Monday, responding to the US and its allies' claims that most of the Taiwan Straits are “international waters”.

    By Wan Hengyi and Fan Wei | 2022/6/13 22:15:05
  • Xi stresses support for employment of college graduates, development of private sector in tour to Sichuan

    During an inspection tour in Southwest China's Sichuan Province on Wednesday, President Xi Jinping stressed the need to adhere to the dynamic zero-COVID strategy of containing the virus while ensuring economic development, called for more effective measures to tackle specific issues such as employment for college graduates and boosted morale by pointing to the bright path ahead.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/10 1:37:11
  • Biden admin's 4th arms sales to Taiwan slammed, 'cannot pose threat to PLA, only makes island cash cow'

    China on Thursday slammed the US' approval of a possible sale of $120 million in naval equipment to the island of Taiwan island, the latest move between the US and the island amid their growing exchanges, which observers from the mainland warned could only worsen the situation in the Taiwan Straits instead of enhancing the island's combat preparedness given the huge gap between the two sides across the Taiwan Straits.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/6/9 22:59:34
  • Taiwan Affairs Office urges KMT chairman to keep a clear mind after he said KMT will 'fight against communism' during US trip

    Any party and individual that's devoted to developing cross-Straits ties should keep a clear mind, keep the right direction, and stand on the right side of history in major issues of the relations, Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council said after Eric Chu Li-luan, chairman of the Kuomintang (KMT) Party, said the KMT has always been pro-US and called the 1992 Consensus a “no-consensus” consensus.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/9 14:31:15
  • Lam stresses 'patriots governing Hong Kong' in her final address to LegCo

    In her final address to the Legislative Council on Thursday, Carrie Lam, the current chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government, urged the legislative and the executive authorities to improve relations based on the “one country, two systems,” and to correctly understand the relations between the central government and the SAR in ensuring the “patriots governing Hong Kong.''

    By Global Times | 2022/6/9 13:38:18
  • US Disinformation Governance Board paused after widespread questions; US an 'empire of lies': Chinese FM

    It is reasonable that the Disinformation Governance Board established by the US Department of Homeland Security, which was suspended after only 21 days, was widely questioned because the US government is the world's biggest purveyor of misinformation, said a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson on Wednesday.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/8 21:22:09
  • Chinese FM again urges explanation on US officials' Xinjiang remarks, calls 'genocide' claim international joke

    China has again urged the US to give an explanation on US officials' revealed plan of “smearing Xinjiang to contain China,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said at Tuesday's press briefing and urged the US to stop its despicable act of smearing Xinjiang through political manipulation.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/7 19:55:30
  • China urges US to fulfill commitment after State Department adds back 'not supporting Taiwan independence' in fact sheet

    China urges the US to fulfill President Joe Biden's statement with real actions that the US does not support “Taiwan independence,” Zhao Lijian, the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, said at a press conference on Monday in response to the US' move of adding back the statement “We do not support Taiwan independence” in its State Department fact sheet.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/6 18:41:21
  • After 25 years 'one country, two systems' is a universally recognized success: John Lee

    The practice of the “one country, two systems” principle is universally recognized as successful, providing the best guarantee for Hong Kong's long-term prosperity and stability. Only when there's stability, the city can see further development, John Lee Ka-chiu, the newly appointed sixth-term chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government, said in a latest article.

    By Global Times | 2022/6/6 12:31:10
  • After Bachelet's Xinjiang visit fails to support 'genocide' allegations, US and UK plot another 'investigation' trip

    Chinese envoy to the United Nations on Thursday sternly refuted the allegations of “genocide” made by the US and the UK over human rights situation in China's Xinjiang region, after the two countries took a Security Council meeting on international law and maintaining peace and security as a chance to attack China on Xinjiang-related issues. They have also called on another “investigative” trip to Xinjiang on Thursday after they found that the UN human rights chief's recent visit to Xinjiang had failed to support their “genocide” fallacies about the region.

    By Deng Xiaoci | 2022/6/3 19:02:49
  • US flip-flops on 'Taiwan independence' wording a big joke, lays bare anxiety over incapacity not matching ambition: experts

    The back and forth of the US State Department in its fact sheet over whether or not it supports “Taiwan independence” is not only akin to a “joke,” but also lays bare the US' anxiety over the Taiwan question deriving from its incapacity of matching its action with ambition in face of China, experts said.

    By Deng Xiaoci and Xu Hailin | 2022/6/3 20:35:00
  • US govt 'biggest producer of terrorism within or outside America,' victims around the world should sue: experts

    After frequent gun shooting cases nationwide in the US that caused heavy casualties, including children, the White House and Capitol Hill are trying to show that they are trying to find a solution under pressure from society, as US President Joe Biden said Congress "must act to pass gun control legislation."

    By Yang Sheng | 2022/6/1 21:24:12
  • Shanghai to embrace a brand new start from Jun 1

    After a two-month COVID-19 lockdown, Shanghai announced it would embrace a "new start" starting Wednesday (June 1), with free movement of people, resumption of public transportation, reopening of shopping malls, restart of factories, and the city is ready to regain the glamor of China's financial hub.

    By Zhao Yusha | 2022/5/31 23:22:35
  • US senator's trip to Taiwan 'very dangerous'; PLA sent warplanes

    China launched strong opposition on Tuesday with both diplomatic and military means in protest against US senator Tammy Duckworth's surprise visit to the island of Taiwan and talks with secessionists.

    By Wang Qi | 2022/5/31 22:59:51
  • Xi meets incoming HKSAR chief executive John Lee

    President Xi Jinping met with John Lee, the newly elected and appointed sixth-term chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) on Monday afternoon at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing.

    By Xinhua | 2022/5/31 21:47:43
  • Tested and trusted: CPC scores highly in pandemic 'test' en route to leading nation to socialist modernization

    Who is the Community Party of China (CPC)? What is the CPC's role in the new era? The CPC has grown into the largest party in the world in the process of leading the Chinese people to seek liberation and happiness, making China as strong and prosperous as it is today.

    By Li Junru | 2022/5/31 21:22:09
  • Xi praises new HK chief John Lee for his patriotism, conveys central govt's trust in meeting in Beijing

    Chinese President Xi Jinping met with John Lee Ka-chiu on Monday afternoon and congratulated him on his election as the new Hong Kong Special Administrative Region chief executive.

    By Global Times | 2022/5/30 17:46:59
  • UN human rights chief wraps up China visit after wide interactions with all sectors

    UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet has wrapped up her six-day visit in China, including its Xinjiang region, but her statement that showcased her team's wide interactions with people from different sectors in China and progress in facilitating future exchanges between Beijing and Geneva seemed to have disappointed the US. Meanwhile, anti-China forces attempting to use the visit to nail the allegation of "genocide" on China are now trying to deny Bachelet's visit and attacking China for "manipulating" her trip for propaganda.

    By Liu Xin | 2022/5/29 22:20:41
  • Beijing, Shanghai walk out of shadow of Omicron

    Beijing and Shanghai, China's two megacities, are gradually walking out of the shadow of Omicron outbreaks, providing valuable experiences for the country in carrying out the dynamic zero-COVID strategy that once again proves to be the most effective approach in containing the highly contagious virus at the minimum costs to the economy and people's life.

    By Chen Qingqing and Liu Caiyu | 2022/5/29 21:07:04
  • Republicans, Democrats 'collude' to indulge gun violence, 'manage rather than address' problem

    As the US National Rifle Association's (NRA) annual convention concluded on Sunday in the wake of the two mass shootings taking place in Buffalo, New York and Uvalde, Texas, within 10 days, remarks from speakers at the event were revealing enough that gun violence is a social plague indulged by both US parties, observers said.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/5/29 20:27:18
  • Meeting held to review CPC regulations on political consultation

    Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, presided over a meeting of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee on Friday to review the regulations of the CPC on political consultation work.

    By Xinhua | 2022/5/28 14:42:34
  • Xi urges efforts to advance study of Chinese civilization, strengthen cultural confidence

    Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, urged efforts to advance the study of the Chinese civilization amid the push to enhance people's confidence in the Chinese culture.

    By Global Times | 2022/5/28 13:56:14
  • HK police to perform Chinese-style foot drills starting July 1, a removal of British 'colonial overtones'

    From July 1, 2022, the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) will officially abandon British-style foot drills and perform Chinese-style foot drills of the People's Liberation Army (PLA). On that day, Hong Kong will hold a major commemorative event to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its return to the motherland.

    By Cui Fandi and Chen Qingqing | 2022/5/26 21:28:05
  • Wang Yi meets with UN human rights chief in Guangzhou, asks for mutual understanding, clearing misinformation

    Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said he hopes the visit of UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet to China will strengthen cooperation with the UN in human rights based on mutual respect and equality, and clear up some misinformation about China in the field.

    By Global Times | 2022/5/24 11:56:32
  • Ukraine tops Davos agenda as supporting Kiev becomes new 'political correctness' in West, but 'divergences widen'

    Ukraine is topping the agenda of the World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos where Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky demanded more assistance and the firmer isolation of the Russian economy in an address on Monday, the day when Western defense chiefs meet virtually to discuss further military aid to the country in a prolonged military conflict with Russia.

    By Zhang Han | 2022/5/23 23:19:58
  • WHA rejects Taiwan's bid for 6th consecutive year as political tricks to challenge one-China principle are doomed to failure

    With no suspense, the World Health Assembly (WHA) - the decision-making body of the WHO - rejected the proposal of inviting the island of Taiwan to the WHA as an observer for the sixth consecutive year, as any ill-intentioned attempt to use the occasion to deceive the international community and play political tricks to challenge the one-China principle will end up in vain.

    By Chen Qingqing | 2022/5/23 20:56:59
  • Tsai greets 6th year in office with disastrous COVID fiasco, sinking approval rate

    The regional leader of Taiwan Tsai Ing-wen marked her 6th year in office on Friday amid a COVID fiasco and sinking approval rate, which observers viewed as a full exposure of the secessionist's incompetence and neglect of people's livelihoods.

    By Wang Qi | 2022/5/21 0:05:19
  • State Council appoints John Lee as Hong Kong chief executive

    The State Council, China's cabinet, decided Friday to appoint John Lee Ka-chiu as the sixth-term chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), and Lee will assume office on July 1.

    By Global Times | 2022/5/20 19:15:05
  • Xi calls on BRICS countries to build global community of security for all

    Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday called on the BRICS countries to work together to build a global community of security for all.

    By Xinhua | 2022/5/19 21:59:06
  • Chinese and foreign experts call for a better interpretation of the concept of China's human rights

    Chinese and foreign experts indicate that there is an urgent need to find a better way to interpret the concept and the way of China's human rights development to the world, so as to promote mutual learning between China and the West, and jointly better participate in the promotion of global governance of human rights.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/5/19 21:08:01
  • Xi highlights sci-tech self-reliance, cultural confidence in letter to scholars returning from overseas

    Chinese President Xi Jinping has highlighted efforts to build up China's scientific and technological self-reliance and enhance cultural confidence.

    By Xinhua | 2022/5/19 13:06:23
  • Xi reiterates China's resolve to open up at high standard

    Chinese President Xi Jinping Wednesday reiterated that China's resolve to open up at a high standard will not change, and the door of China will open still wider to the world.

    By Xinhua | 2022/5/18 20:51:16
  • US media frames Taiwan-born California shooter as 'mainland Chinese in hate crime'

    The identity of the suspect behind the California church shooting, who was born in China's Taiwan and immigrated to the US, has become a focal point of West media -they were using it to fan anti-Chinese sentiment and cross-Taiwan Straits tensions. Observers said that US media should instead question why the US soil has constantly bred gun violence.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/5/17 21:30:19
  • CSTO leaders meet in Moscow to tackle threats of terrorism and 'color revolution'

    The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) leaders met in Moscow on Monday for the first time since 2019 amid the Ukraine crisis that unnerved the post-Soviet Russia-led security bloc, with Chinese analysts saying that Putin will use the summit to further strengthen the organization to deal with the emerging threats of terrorism and "color revolution" and the Russia-led bloc is also likely to deliver a consistent message to the West which has been sowing discord between Moscow and other CSTO members.

    By Zhang Hui and Xu Yelu | 2022/5/17 0:01:16
  • Pakistan vows to bring criminals to justice at memorial service for Chinese teachers killed in terrorist attack

    Pakistan's foreign minister strongly condemned the outrageous terrorist act of killing three Chinese teachers in Karachi and vowed to bring the criminals to justice at a memorial service held by Foreign Affairs of Pakistan Saturday.

    By Global Times | 2022/5/15 10:18:48
  • A million COVID deaths expose US systematic failures, as Americans call for more than flags at half-mast to save lives

    As US President Joe Biden marked the tragic milestone of one million deaths from the coronavirus with flags at While House flown at half-staff, more people in the US and globally are reflecting one question: "How did the biggest power in the world end up with the largest number of deaths from coronavirus?" Slow response in the early stages, a failure of political leadership at all levels, the rise of populism and anti-intellectualism and deep-root racism … all combined to result in the horrific death toll in the US, which exposed the country's system failures, analysts said.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/5/13 21:13:29
  • Japan's joint statement with EU hyping 'China threat' detrimental to its own, regional security: experts

    The Russia-Ukraine conflict and "rising threats of China" dominated the summit between Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, and European Council President Charles Michel in Tokyo on Thursday.

    By Cui Fandi | 2022/5/12 23:49:09
  • Ceremony marking the Centenary of the Communist Youth League of China

    A ceremony marking the centenary of the Communist Youth League of China (the League) was held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Tuesday morning. President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and chairman of the Central Military Commission, delivered an important speech.

    By Xinhua | 2022/5/12 23:12:58
  • Full text of Xi Jinping's speech at ceremony marking centenary of Communist Youth League of China

    The following is the full text of a speech delivered by Chinese President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, at a ceremony marking the centenary of the Communist Youth League of China on Tuesday.

    By Xinhua | 2022/5/12 23:10:45
  • NATO northward expansion further threatens Europe, world security as Finland, Sweden on verge of membership bid

    The president and prime minister of Finland announced on Thursday that Finland, a long-time neutral country even throughout the Cold War, must apply to join the NATO "without delay," and its neighbor Sweden, known for over two centuries of military neutrality when Europe faced turbulence, is expected to decide soon on whether to submit an application to join the alliance.

    By Zhang Han | 2022/5/12 22:30:50
  • Taiwan authorities attend US-led COVID meeting amid new surge, 'an ironic farce'

    While experiencing a COVID-19 surge of more than 50,000 infections daily, the Taiwan island is expected to display its counter-COVID "achievements and contributions" at a US-led online "Global COVID-19 Summit." Experts viewed it as political posturing in order to coordinate with the US' anti-China moves, as inviting a "poor" student in counter-epidemic tasks but bypassing the Chinese mainland, which has been positively fighting against the virus, makes the meeting an ironic farce.

    By Liu Caiyu and Wan Hengyi | 2022/5/12 20:52:33
  • China refutes West's irresponsible remarks on arrest of HK cardinal in the case of funding rioters

    Chinese officials, legal experts and lawmakers refuted the remarks made by the US, Canada and the EU concerning the latest law enforcement activities in Hong Kong, after the Hong Kong police on Wednesday night arrested four trustees of the "612 Humanitarian Relief Fund" including former bishop Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun and singer Denise Ho Wan-see who actively supported the black-clad riot in the city in 2019.

    By Chen Qingqing and Zhang Hui | 2022/5/12 18:02:20
  • Little Chinese girl's analysis of Russia-Ukraine conflict through the perspective of Romance of Three Kingdom receives praise from Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary

    A video footage of a Chinese girl comparing Russia-Ukraine conflicts to the Romance of the Three Kingdoms has gone viral on the internet. The girl was then praised by the Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary, Teodoro Locsin Jr., who commented that “Her generation of Chinese is the hope of China and the world”, as reported by the media.

    By Global Times | 2022/5/12 14:37:47
  • China urges US to stop eroding one-China principle after State Department revisions

    Some people on the island of Taiwan are hyping the US' latest revisions to Taiwan-related statements in an attempt to conspire with external forces to seek "Taiwan independence," which cannot change the fact that Taiwan region is an inalienable part of the Chinese territory, officials from the Chinese mainland said.

    By Wan Hengyi | 2022/5/11 22:17:28
  • Superpowers promising not to seek hegemony primary responsible for space security, Chinese diplomat urges

    The primary responsible behavior in space should have superpowers to promise not to seek hegemony, nor dominate the outer space, a senior Chinese diplomat said, elaborating China's views on how to protect space security and avoid arms race in space. Though the Cold War has been over for 30 years already, some individual countries still stick with the Cold War mentality and seek unilateral strategic advantages in space, which brings severe negative impact on global strategic stability and long-lasting threat on space peace, Li Song, China's ambassador for disarmament affairs, said.

    By Global Times | 2022/5/11 11:44:43
  • Xi's speech on centennial of CYLC's founding encourages Chinese youth, 'explained echelon formation of the CPC that keeps the Party's vigor forever'

    Marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Youth League of China (CYLC), Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, delivered a speech at a ceremony held in Beijing on Tuesday morning. Xi called on the CYLC members in the new era to build up firm beliefs and boost their courage and skills to carry out struggles, among others.

    By Yang Sheng and Cui Fandi | 2022/5/11 0:07:52
  • Marcos wins Philippine elections in landslide; analysts say close China ties to remain

    Ferdinand Marcos, Jr., son of former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos, won by a landslide in the Philippines' presidential election on Tuesday over his rival, Vice President Leni Robredo.

    By Fan Anqi | 2022/5/10 20:37:55
  • US attempts to erase one-China principle by changing Taiwan-related statement: Chinese scholar

    The changes to important Taiwan-related statements by the US reflect its policy toward the island, and the deletion of the relevant statement “Do not support Taiwan independence” is a major step backward and an attempt to erase the one-China principle, Xin Qiang, deputy director of the Center for American Studies at Fudan University, told the Global Times on Monday.

    By Global Times | 2022/5/10 16:46:20
  • Hong Kong CE-elect discusses tasks for transition, successful election plunges West into hysteria, fury

    The day after John Lee Ka-chiu won the Hong Kong chief executive (CE) election on Sunday with the highest votes, he met with incumbent CE Carrie Lam, President of the Legislative Council Andrew Leung Kwan-yuen and Chief Justice of the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal Andrew Cheung Kui-nung before paying a visit to the four central government offices in Hong Kong on Monday afternoon.

    By Chen Qingqing | 2022/5/9 20:17:04
  • With highest level of support, John Lee set to open new chapter for Hong Kong

    After about three hours of voting and vote counting, the former Chief Secretary for Hong Kong and former Security Secretary John Lee Ka-chiu, who is also the sole candidate in the Chief Executive Election, gained 99.16 percent supporting votes, becoming the new leader and he is expected to usher Hong Kong into a new chapter of development, after it had been heavily impacted by social turmoil and the COVID-19 epidemic.

    By Chen Qingqing and Bai Yunyi | 2022/5/8 21:59:40
  • Xi to address grand gathering marking Communist Youth League of China centenary

    Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, will attend a grand gathering at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Tuesday marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Youth League of China.

    By Xinhua | 2022/5/8 20:08:16
  • Meet John Lee Ka-chiu, Hong Kong's new chief executive known for strong love of nation and SAR

    John Lee Ka-chiu was elected as the new chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on Sunday. Not long ago during his campaign, he vowed to open a new chapter for Hong Kong together with Hong Kong residents.

    By Global Times | 2022/5/8 20:17:28
  • Voting in HKSAR's sixth-term chief executive election concludes

    Voting in the election of the sixth-term chief executive for China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) has concluded.

    By CGTN | 2022/5/8 11:33:32
  • CPC top leadership stresses sticking to zero-COVID policy

    Chinese President Xi Jinping chaired a meeting of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee on COVID-19 prevention work on Thursday. The meeting emphasized that China's current COVID-19 control strategy has been proven to be scientific and effective, and should be unwaveringly adhered to as the country reaches a key and tough stage in fighting COVID-19.

    By GT staff reporters | 2022/5/5 22:56:01
  • US howitzer sale to Taiwan 'halted,' but mainland should remain alert over 'advanced alternatives'

    The first deal approved by the Biden administration to sell $750 million worth of arms to Taiwan, including 40 155mm M109A6 medium self-propelled howitzers, has been halted by the US, Taiwan's defense authority said.

    By Wang Qi | 2022/5/2 18:13:43
  • John Lee delivers policy platform, highlighting governance efficiency, housing support, and HK youth future

    John Lee Ka-chiu, the candidate for the upcoming election for Chief Executive of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government, unveiled his policy platform on Friday, focusing on strengthening local governance, fixing housing woes, enhancing the overall competitiveness of the city and building a caring society for young people.

    By Chen Qingqing | 2022/4/29 18:39:37
  • Xi congratulates first innovation exchange conference for craftsmen

    Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory letter to the First Innovation Exchange Conference for Craftsmen of the Nation, which opened in Beijing on Wednesday.

    By Xinhua | 2022/4/27 19:45:13
  • President Xi calls for advancing infrastructure development

    Chinese President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, chairman of the Central Military Commission, and director of the Central Commission for Financial and Economic Affairs (CCFEA), presided over the 11th meeting of the CCFEA on Tuesday to discuss matters on comprehensively advancing infrastructure development and implementing decisions and plans made by the CCFEA since the 19th CPC National Congress in 2017.

    By Xinhua | 2022/4/27 19:43:24
  • DPP and Taiwan secessionists attack anything our compatriots across the Straits like and support: Taiwan Affairs Office of State Council

    “Whatever compatriots on both sides of the Taiwan Straits like and support, it will become the target of the Democratic Progressive Party authority and secessionists forces in the Taiwan island. It's not surprising at all to hear their curse, smear and sneer,” said Ma Xiaoguang, spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, on Wednesday.

    By Global Times | 2022/4/27 15:31:38
  • China sums up achievements on legal system in past decade, outlining strength of whole-process people's democracy

    The Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee on Monday summed up China's achievements in building the legal system over the past decade, stressing that the country has seen a significant increase in the number of laws and amendments, and that while the legal system is becoming more complete, whole-process people's democracy has also been brought to the fore in the form of public participation in legislation.

    By Wang Qi | 2022/4/25 22:19:38
  • US low profile over Ukraine visit exposes differences between Kiev, Washington

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has announced that US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin will visit Kiev on Sunday, while the US didn't give an official response or confirmation as of press time, with analysts saying this has to some extent exposed the differences between Washington and Kiev after Russia launched the second phase of its military operation.

    By Yang Sheng | 2022/4/24 23:18:41
  • Xi encourages whole Chinese society to read more

    President Xi Jinping has encouraged the whole Chinese society to read more to foster a good reading environment, in a congratulatory letter sent on the occasion of the country's first national reading campaign that opened on Saturday.

    By Xinhua | 2022/4/23 12:13:33
  • Xi unanimously elected delegate to 20th CPC National Congress

    Xi Jinping was elected delegate to the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) at the CPC Guangxi regional congress by a unanimous vote on Friday.

    By Xinhua | 2022/4/22 18:00:03
  • Xinjiang regional govt guarantees all workers' rights to be protected: spokesperson

    The Xinjiang regional government has made pledges to workers of all ethnic backgrounds that they will enjoy the rights to choose their career freely and that they will all work under equal working conditions, Xinjiang regional government spokesperson Xu Guixiang said at a conference on Friday. The conference was held ahead of the International Workers' Day, all known as May Day. The regional government has also vowed stringent measures to crack down on violations of laws about workers, including forced labor.

    By Global Times | 2022/4/22 17:34:38
  • China makes great strides in judicial reforms over the past decade: officials

    China has accelerated efforts to build a just, highly effective and authoritative socialist judicial system and made great strides, including significant improvements in the credibility of law enforcement and the judiciary, over the past decade since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in 2012, according to the Commission for Political and Legal Affairs of the CPC Central Committee on Friday.

    By Global Times | 2022/4/22 15:46:09
  • President Xi Jinping wrote a letter in reply to 15 senior professors from University of Science and Technology Beijing

    In a letter in reply to 15 senior professors from University of Science and Technology Beijing, President Xi Jinping raised expectation of cultivating more talents, pushing forward innovative development of iron & steel industry, and calling for green, low-carbon development.

    By Global Times | 2022/4/22 10:20:58
  • Sherman to discuss China with EU partners, but 'won't succeed' in swaying China or alienating it

    US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman is expected to meet with EU partners on Thursday to discuss matters related to China in the third high-level meeting of the US-EU dialogue on China.

    By Cui Fandi | 2022/4/22 0:03:20
  • Xi proposes Global Security Initiative

    President Xi proposed Global Security initiative at the Boao Forum, insisting common, comprehensive, cooperative and sustainable security concept to safeguard global peace and security jointly, opposing building one's security on other's insecurity, opposing unilateral sanctions

    By Global Times | 2022/4/21 10:03:37
  • Xi proposes Global Security Initiative at Boao Forum, 'sends signal of peace, stability amid global turmoil'

    Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed a global security initiative which stressed a commitment to the vision of common, comprehensive, cooperative and sustainable security and to reject a Cold War mentality, group politics and bloc confrontation while delivering a keynote speech via video link at the opening ceremony of the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2022 in South China's Hainan Province on Thursday.

    By Chu Daye and Zhao Juecheng in Boao and Liu Xin in Beijing | 2022/4/21 9:45:12
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