Xi Jinping took a jab at the U.S. just a few days before his first meeting with President Biden.
Beijing finally broke its silence on the results of the presidential election.
The Chinese government declined to recognize the victory, saying that the outcome still isn’t clear.
The incident comes weeks after US President Donald Trump made global headlines for contracting the coronavirus.
The sentence was announced amid declining Canada-China relations. Tensions started in 2018 when Canada detained Meng Wanzhou of Huawei and have worsened since.
And they’re doing it while sitting next to members of the dissidents’ families.
Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Groups Are Disbanding Hours After Beijing Passed New National Security Law
Social media posts were erased, protest art was removed from buildings, and a pro-China lawmaker offered huge rewards to anyone willing to snitch on protesters who fled the city.
“There really isn’t any guiding principle that I was able to discern, other than what’s good for Donald Trump’s reelection,” said the former national security adviser, who is publicizing his new book.
The Former National Security Advisor's upcoming memoir alleges that Trump told Xi Jinping he "should go ahead with building the camps" and it was "exactly the right thing to do".
A State Security report warned that anti-China sentiment, led by the U.S., has not been this high since the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown.
China’s foreign ministry hit back, saying Trump is simply trying to deflect attention away from his own failed response to the pandemic.
In those 6 days, tens of thousands of people gathered for a banquet in Wuhan, and China saw 3,000 new infections.