Amber Wang is a reporter for the China desk, and focuses on Chinese politics and diplomacy. She joined the Post in 2021, and previously worked for The New York Times and Southern Metropolis Daily.
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Wang Yi will also travel to Kiribati, Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea as well as East Timor, foreign ministry says.
Incoming Labor government unlikely to shift much on the big issues but might be less provocative towards Beijing, observers say.
Although the other members of the group of developing countries supported the proposal, they have yet to name the candidate countries.
Guided-missile destroyer Suzhou is an upgraded version of the Type 052D designed to match the US Navy’s Arleigh-Burke class warships.
Foreign minister Wang Yi tells his Japanese counterpart Yoshimasa Hayashi that the view the two countries are ‘joining hands’ has put ‘people on alert’
Emigration consultants say applications for US, Canada and Australia have soared, with interest strongest among tech professionals.
Special assistant to the US president Edgard Kagan says expanded US-Asean ties are ‘really critical’ to Washington’s efforts in the Pacific amid China’s rise.
Washington recently unveiled a US$150 million package for the region, including an initiative to promote a ‘free and open’ Indo-Pacific.
China’s ambassador for disarmament affairs Li Song tells UN that an arms race in space would leave a ‘sword of Damocles’ hanging over the world.
China’s ambassador to the UN renews call for a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
As well as employing better talent-spotting, China’s military will alter its methods of promotion, motivation, rewards and retirement resettlement for soldiers.
Gao Zengsong and his fellow pilots were on mission to intercept a foreign vessel in Chinese territorial waters.
Daniel Kritenbrink says US does not ask countries to choose between the US and China but hopes they can decide while free from coercion.
Washington prioritises research and development over large-scale spending on legacy systems, report says.
Six of the transport planes, reportedly carrying missiles, took part in a multi-day, long-range mission that showcased the PLA’s growing logistical capability.
State media carries footage showing a Z-20 taking off from a destroyer to mark the anniversary of the PLA Navy.
Lloyd Austin’s conversation with his Chinese counterpart Wei Fenghe was his first since taking charge at the Pentagon.
Exercises involving destroyer Admiral Panteleyev practise defending oil tankers from potential Western seizure amid sanctions over Ukraine war.
Chinese analysts say that the missile cruiser is a big loss that will hit morale and Russia’s ability to deter US forces in the Mediterranean.
Larry Hsien Ping Lang ‘deeply shocked’ that test result was not available even after four hours.
Two International Labour Organization conventions were among the stumbling blocks during marathon talks for the EU-China investment treaty.
Mainland analysts say the Patriot missile system is expensive to maintain and will not offer protection against attacks.
In rare direct response to an American trip to the self-ruled island, Foreign Minister Wang Yi says Washington would ‘bear the consequences’.
Cooperation increasing because Australia believes it faces unprecedented security threats from countries including China and Russia, expert says.
Chinese observers detect a cautious approach from Lee Hsien Loong during his visit to Washington as he seeks to balance the two powers.
Russian foreign minister and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi had a ‘thorough exchange of views’ on the situation and hit out at ‘counterproductive’ Western sanctions, Moscow says.
Latest call between the American and Chinese presidents continued a pattern in which talks have been followed by US measures countering Beijing.
Analysts say the Taiwan issue may be on China’s agenda, with Beijing urging the US to stick to their agreements.
China did not know about, acquiesce in or support the war, says Chinese ambassador Qin Gang in an opinion piece in The Washington Post.
Leaders last spoke in November and they’re not expected to hold direct talks any time soon.