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Aussie university students say 'justice comes' after anti-China rioter's suspension

Students at the University of Queensland (UQ) in Australia expressed their support to the school's decision to suspend an anti-China rioter for two years who allegedly disrupted campus order and incited racism, saying "justice finally came."
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/31 20:22:46

Chinese students' expulsion harms US R&D

The White House announcement that it was shutting the door on thousands of Chinese graduate students and researchers would be a loss for the US, said Chinese experts and students involved, noting the policy not only destroyed their personal academic careers but also undermined US scientific research needs.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/31 23:03:40

PLA expands high-altitude arsenal to address border threat

Since the Doklam standoff with India in 2017, the Chinese military has expanded its arsenal with weapons like the Type 15 tank, Z-20 helicopter and GJ-2 drone that should give China the advantage in high-altitude conflicts should they arise, Chinese analysts said on Sunday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/31 18:28:41

China donates medical supplies to help Botswana fight COVID-19

China on Friday donated medical protective supplies to Botswana to help the country fight COVID-19.
Source: Xinhua | 2020/5/31 12:48:23

Chinese academics urge Canberra to muzzle 'Wolverines'

Chinese academics are urging the Morrison government to stop extreme groups like the Wolverines and politicians and commentators from spreading the US' anti-China virus.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/30 18:42:40

US to pay heavily for reckless sanctions aimed at China

The US, rather than China, its "imaginary enemy", will pay a hefty price for its reckless venture by imposing sanctions on Hong Kong, regional affairs observers said, noting that they wouldn't wonder at decreasing US clout in Hong Kong as the US proceeds with bullying tactics which would only end up putting its interests at risk.
Source: www.ridqi.com | 2020/5/30 5:12:31

US President says to eliminate Hong Kong's policy exemptions

US President Donald Trump said his administration will start the process to eliminate Hong Kong's policy exemptions that give Hong Kong special treatments. He made the announcement at a White House press conference on Friday afternoon.
Source: www.ridqi.com | 2020/5/30 3:24:11

Ministry of Public Security to guide HKPF to end violence

Step by step, China's top legislature is accelerating the formulation of the highly anticipated national security law for Hong Kong, with more details emerging for the first time on how state-level authorities could coordinate with local authorities in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) in preventing, ending and punishing acts endangering national security, after the Ministry of Public Security vowed to give relevant instructions to Hong Kong police. By going forward with relevant laws, the country delivered a clear message to countries that have been trying to pressure Beijing over the law: any attempt to stop China from defending its sovereignty is doomed to fail, observers said.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/29 23:13:40

US threat to deny student visas reminiscent of McCarthy era: FM

US President Donald Trump's threat to slap sanction on Chinese students in the US is brazen political persecution and racist, said a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson who wondered if McCarthyism is making a comeback in the US.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/29 20:43:40

US threat to deny student visas reminiscent of McCarthy era: FM

US President Donald Trump's threat to slap sanction on Chinese students in the US is brazen political persecution and racist, said a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson who wondered if McCarthyism is making a comeback in the US.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/29 19:33:46

Chinese FM spokesperson asks: shouldn't Twitter verify US politicians' remarks?

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian asked Twitter if it should verify all remarks made by US politicians who have been spreading lies all day, after Twitter applied a fact check tag to one of his tweets posted in March.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/29 18:13:40

China-Zambia ties closer after pandemic as China cares for African friends: Zambian Ambassador

Zambia's Ambassador to China Mrs. Winnie N. Chibesakunda said her country appreciates China's efforts, responsibility and generous assistance to her country and the world in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/29 0:58:40

Zambian Ambassador condemns politicizing COVID-19 cooperation, appreciates China's assistance

Zambia's Ambassador to China said this novel coronavirus, which does not discriminate between nationalities or races, does not allow anybody to work in isolation. She calls for the world to cast aside political games and put all resources and research together to fight against COVID-19.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/29 0:48:40

Racist attacks spike in Australia, with anti-China politicians calling themselves 'Wolverines'

Despite a campaign by a local Australian government targeted at xenophobia, Chinese observers said the COVID-19 pandemic is fueling racist attacks against Chinese and Asian communities in the country, partly due to the country's deep-rooted racism, which can be seen in a group of anti-China politicians who call themselves “Wolverines.”
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/28 22:12:23

China, Japan and S.Korea working on free trade deal: Premier Li

China, Japan and S.Korea working on free trade deal: Premier Li
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/28 17:35:41

China-US differences inevitable, wisdom needed to expand common ground: Premier Li

China-US differences inevitable, wisdom needed to expand common ground: Premier Li
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/28 17:22:40

China-US decoupling will not benefit anyone: Premier Li

China-US decoupling will not benefit anyone: Premier Li
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/28 17:18:19

Zambia will strengthen measures to protect Chinese living in Zambia after tragic murder: Ambassador

Zambian Ambassador to China Winnie N. Chibesakunda expressed condolences in an exclusive interview with the Global Times for the murder of three Chinese citizens in Lusaka, stating that Zambia will strengthen measures to protect the lives of Chinese living in Zambia.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/28 11:23:49