Articles about Hua Chunying

Australia demands apology from China for sharing 'repugnant' fake image

30 Nov 2020

World
Australia demands apology from China for sharing 'repugnant' fake image

Australia has demanded an apology from China after a government account posted a distorted image depicting an Australian soldier killing an Afghan child.

Amid tensions, China's Defense Minister seeks meeting with Rajnath Singh

04 Sep 2020

India
Amid tensions, China's Defense Minister seeks meeting with Rajnath Singh

As tensions are flaring up along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), Wei Fenghi, China's Defense Minister, has sought a meeting with India's Rajnath Singh, in Moscow, PTI reported citing people in the know.

Ladakh standoff: China says 'positive consensus' reached with India

10 Jun 2020

World
Ladakh standoff: China says 'positive consensus' reached with India

China said on Wednesday that it had reached "positive consensus" with India over recent border tensions in Eastern Ladakh.

Satellite imagery of Wuhan suggests coronavirus started spreading in August

09 Jun 2020

World
Satellite imagery of Wuhan suggests coronavirus started spreading in August

The COVID-19 pandemic, which has wreaked havoc all over the globe, may have actually started much earlier than currently thought.

Kashmir may not be 'major topic' during Xi-Modi meeting: China

18 Sep 2019

World
Kashmir may not be 'major topic' during Xi-Modi meeting: China

Recently, China dragged the Kashmir issue to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), lending its support to Pakistan.

China to continue Iran trade despite new US sanctions

06 Nov 2018

World
China to continue Iran trade despite new US sanctions

China yesterday denounced the new US sanctions targeting Iran's oil and financial sectors as "long-arm jurisdiction" and vowed to continue its bilateral trade with the Islamic republic.

US, China to hold talks to reduce trade, military tensions

08 Oct 2018

World
US, China to hold talks to reduce trade, military tensions

China and the US are set to hold high-level talks in Beijing, China to reduce the spiraling trade and military tensions between the world's two largest economies.

China appreciates India and Pakistan's decision to observe 2003 ceasefire-agreement

31 May 2018

World
China appreciates India and Pakistan's decision to observe 2003 ceasefire-agreement

China today welcomed India and Pakistan's decision to observe the 2003 ceasefire agreement to stop cross-border firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in J&K.

Loved Bollywood, want more Bollywood movies in China: Xi Jinping

28 Apr 2018

World
Loved Bollywood, want more Bollywood movies in China: Xi Jinping

Chinese President Xi-Jinping has seen a number of Indian films, including Hindi and regional, and believes it would be a good idea that Bollywood movies come to China and vice-versa.

No bilateral-meetings between Indian, Pakistani Ministers at SCO in Beijing

21 Apr 2018

World
No bilateral-meetings between Indian, Pakistani Ministers at SCO in Beijing

There will be no bilateral meetings between External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman with their Pakistani counterparts at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) ministerial meets to be held in Beijing on 24 April.

Sushma Swaraj to visit China this week for SCO meeting

17 Apr 2018

India
Sushma Swaraj to visit China this week for SCO meeting

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will visit China later this week to participate in the Foreign Ministers meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation during which she will also hold talks with her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi.

China: Ready to talk with India about CPEC

30 Jan 2018

World
China: Ready to talk with India about CPEC

China is finally ready to discuss the issue of the contentious $50bn China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) with India. The CPEC is the principal constituent of China's "Belt and Road Initiative" (BRI). It passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

China downplays India's friendly ties with ASEAN countries

25 Jan 2018

World
China downplays India's friendly ties with ASEAN countries

ASEAN leaders have descended in India to enjoy a three-day jamboree comprising bilateral meetings, India-ASEAN Commemorative Summit and Republic Day celebrations.

China ready to maintain peace with India along the border

09 Oct 2017

World
China ready to maintain peace with India along the border

Following Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's maiden visit to Nathu La post in Sikkim on the Sino-Indian border, China said it was ready to maintain peace with India jointly.

China tells India not to raise Pakistan terror at BRICS

01 Sep 2017

World
China tells India not to raise Pakistan terror at BRICS

China has indicated that it would object any discussion during the upcoming BRICS summit about the safe havens provided by Pakistan to terrorist groups.

China: 'India slapping its own face' with Ladakh road construction

25 Aug 2017

World
China: 'India slapping its own face' with Ladakh road construction

China has condemned India's plans to build a new road near Pangong Lake in Ladakh, where a scuffle recently took place between Indian and Chinese troops.

Purported video emerges of Indian, Chinese troops clashing at Ladakh

20 Aug 2017

World
Purported video emerges of Indian, Chinese troops clashing at Ladakh

A video has emerged purportedly showing Indian and Chinese troops in Ladakh pelting stones at each other on August 15.

Government confirms scuffle incident between Indian and Chinese troops

19 Aug 2017

World
Government confirms scuffle incident between Indian and Chinese troops

Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar has confirmed that a scuffle involving Indian and Chinese troops took place near Pangong Tso Lake in Ladakh on August 15.

Chinese military seeks flag meeting following Ladakh scuffle

15 Aug 2017

World
Chinese military seeks flag meeting following Ladakh scuffle

On August 15, the Chinese military sought a flag meeting with Indian officials, a day after Chinese troops crossed the de-facto border in Ladakh leading to a scuffle with Indian soldiers.

Taiwan urges US, China to not use it for self-interests

21 Mar 2017

World
Taiwan urges US, China to not use it for self-interests

Ahead of an expected meeting between US and Chinese officials, Taiwan said it has to safeguard its own interests.

China offers "package solution" for UNSC expansion

15 Mar 2017

World
China offers "package solution" for UNSC expansion

In response to G4 countries agreeing to forgo veto powers temporarily, China has called for a "package solution" that addresses interests of all countries and groups.

India agrees to 'no veto' for UNSC permanent membership

09 Mar 2017

World
India agrees to 'no veto' for UNSC permanent membership

India's permanent representative to the UN, Syed Akbaruddin, speaking on behalf of the G4 countries - India, Brazil, Germany and Japan, said they were willing to temporarily suspend their veto rights, when elected as permanent members of the UN Security council.

Beijing opposes US South China Sea patrols

22 Feb 2017

World
Beijing opposes US South China Sea patrols

Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said US patrols of the South China Sea were "threatening and damaging the sovereignty and security of littoral countries under the flag of freedom of navigation and overflight."

Trump tells Xi that he'll honour "One China" policy

10 Feb 2017

World
Trump tells Xi that he'll honour "One China" policy

The White House said US President Donald Trump said he would honour the "One China" during a "cordial" and lengthy phone discussion with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

China cautions Trump on One China policy

24 Jan 2017

World
China cautions Trump on One China policy

China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying cautioned the Trump administration from making policies that would undermine the One China policy.

China: NSG, Azhar should not hinder bilateral ties

19 Jan 2017

India
China: NSG, Azhar should not hinder bilateral ties

Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said neither the NSG issue nor Masood Azhar's case should create hindrances in Sino-Indian relations.

China against Taiwan delegation at Trump's inauguration

19 Jan 2017

World
China against Taiwan delegation at Trump's inauguration

China urged USA to disallow a delegation from Taiwan to attend the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Donald Trump.

PM Modi inaugurates Raisina Dialogue

17 Jan 2017

India
PM Modi inaugurates Raisina Dialogue

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the three day 'Raisina Dialogue' - India's flagship geo-political conference.

Taiwan on alert as China's carrier enters strait

11 Jan 2017

World
Taiwan on alert as China's carrier enters strait

The Taiwanese government scrambled jets and navy ships as Chinese warships accompanied by the country's only aircraft carrier sailed through the Taiwan Strait.

Taiwanese President heads for US enroute to South America

09 Jan 2017

World
Taiwanese President heads for US enroute to South America

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen departed for her Latin America tour and will make a controversial stop over in the United States; Beijing had urged the US to deny permission for Tsai Ing-wen's aircraft to land on US soil.

President Xi Jinping addresses territorial issues in New Year speech

03 Jan 2017

World
President Xi Jinping addresses territorial issues in New Year speech

In his New Year's address, Chinese President Xi Jinping said, "We resolutely safeguard our territorial sovereignty and maritime rights and interests. Chinese people will never allow anyone to get away with making a great fuss about it."

Taiwan's President to transit via US

30 Dec 2016

World
Taiwan's President to transit via US

China has been angered by the US allowing Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen to transit via the US on her visit to Latin America; Beijing had urged Washington to block the transit request.

China's aircraft carrier enters Western Pacific

28 Dec 2016

World
China's aircraft carrier enters Western Pacific

The Liaoning, China's sole aircraft carrier entered the Western Pacific in its first training exercise outside Chinese waters.

Chinese aircraft carrier passes Taiwan

26 Dec 2016

World
Chinese aircraft carrier passes Taiwan

Amid increasing tensions between China and Taiwan, a Chinese aircraft carrier accompanied by Chinese war ships entered the South China Sea and sailed past Taiwan.

China and Russia react to Trump's comments on nuclear arms

24 Dec 2016

World
China and Russia react to Trump's comments on nuclear arms

Donald Trump's recent comments on nuclear arms signal a significant shift in United States' approach to nuclear disarmament.

China rejects Trumps claims of stealing US drone

20 Dec 2016

World
China rejects Trumps claims of stealing US drone

Rejecting Trump's claims of stealing the drone, Chinese state media said his diplomatic inexperience could light a spark between the two countries.

US drone viewed by Beijing as spying efforts

19 Dec 2016

World
US drone viewed by Beijing as spying efforts

The unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) by USA in the South China Sea was seized by a Chinese naval vessel on Thursday.

'Let them keep' the drone they stole: Trump on Twitter

18 Dec 2016

World
'Let them keep' the drone they stole: Trump on Twitter

President-elect Donald Trump said that the US should permit China to keep the US Navy's unmanned underwater glider that 'they stole'.

China in talks to return the US underwater drone

18 Dec 2016

World
China in talks to return the US underwater drone

China's Defence Ministry said it had been in talks with the US regarding returning an American underwater drone taken by its naval vessel.

Trump questions One-China policy

12 Dec 2016

World
Trump questions One-China policy

In a sign of a significant step away from four decades of US foreign policy, US President-elect Donald Trump said he did not have to stick to the "One-China" policy.