Deputy Editor, China
Teddy Ng joined the Post’s China desk in 2011, focusing on foreign affairs. He is now a news editor of the section.
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Foreign ministry accuses Slovenian leader Janez Jansa of making ‘dangerous remarks that challenge the one-China principle and support Taiwan independence’.
Domestic agendas ‘may or may not work to lessen the strain’ this year, according to Wang Jisi, a senior Chinese foreign policy adviser.
Moves to upgrade the political role of a grouping of Turkic-speaking states have prompted concern in Beijing about its influence on the Uygur population.
Despite the offer, Beijing has also signalled its approval of Russia’s intervention and the Kazakh government’s response.
US trade representative and Lithuanian foreign minister say US-EU Trade and Technology Council could help address diplomatic and economic issues.
CASC outlines an arduous year to ‘accelerate the development of China as a space power’.
In an era of suspicion about China’s growing arsenal and the Aukus agreement, major nuclear-armed powers commit to using nuclear weapons only for defence.
Outlining China’s diplomatic agenda for 2022, foreign minister also says Beijing seriously doubts whether Washington wants to improve bilateral ties.
The South China Sea Probing Initiative says the US military conducted 1,200 missions over disputed waterway this year – up from 1,000 sorties last year.
Larger number of warships became necessary for missions further afield than South China Sea and Taiwan, retired senior colonel tells mainland media.
‘Devastating own goal … China is willing to decouple itself economically from politically disagreeable partners’: German industries group.
Greater range of aircraft on board shows a complete formation combat system has been formed, commentator says.
Zhang Ming marks end of four-year tenure in Brussels by saying mutual respect is better than each side trying to force their will on the other.
The founder of the Zhongzhi Enterprise Group died of a heart attack in Beijing on Saturday.
Beijing is stepping up efforts to engage with the country’s new government as millions face the risk of starvation.
Presidents Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin agree to accelerate attempts to create a system that cannot be influenced by ‘third parties’
Talks failed last December after the US accused the PLA of failing to attend and the Chinese said the American side tried to force the agenda.
When Managua switched its diplomatic allegiance from Taipei to Beijing on Friday, mainland China boosted its influence in the US’ backyard, say observers.
Chinese president wastes no time in writing note to newly confirmed German chancellor as he takes over from Xi’s ‘old friend’ Angela Merkel.
Type 075 amphibious assault ship the Hainan takes part in annual tests in the South China Sea and passes an assessment on multidimensional landing combat.
No word from the Chinese side, which could mean higher-level meeting in the offing, observer says.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi vows to share experience on accelerating development, and criticises US-led democracy summit from which China and Iran are excluded.
Foreign ministry says the tennis star’s well-being is not a diplomatic matter and should not be politicised.
President Xi Jinping tells Asean summit that China is a good neighbour, as he pledges US$1.5 billion to help pandemic control and economic recovery.
Report by Centre for Strategic and International Studies says Chinese boats receive US$3,700 government fuel subsidy a day for operating in disputed waters.
German chancellor warns it would be damaging and says it’s important for cooperation to continue.
The countries’ militaries have been deepening their cooperation in recent years and seeking to put pressure on China over its claims to the disputed waters.
With a wide range of issues on the table, here’s a look at the two sides’ delegations.
The two presidents hold their first face-to-face meeting, albeit virtually, since Biden entered the White House.
Chinese foreign minister warns US counterpart that Washington should not encourage independence forces in Taiwan.