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.
Latest from Teddy Ng
Advanced H-6J among at least 10 planes involved in drills which followed February dual carrier operation in disputed waterway.
Covid-19 pandemic disrupted China’s plans for greater military cooperation with its neighbours to counter US pressure.
Wang Yi lays out conditions for restoring damaged ties between Beijing and Washington.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi warns of growing inequality in vaccine distribution as Covax Facility misses target.
US Navy destroyer sails near disputed islands in freedom of navigation operation.
State Department calls on Beijing to play constructive role as Chinese envoy denies his country is giving help to junta.
Chinese coastguard law may give pro-US faction in Manila upper hand after President Rodrigo Duterte’s hostility to Washington.
White House says Biden raised trade, human rights and Indo-Pacific region in first call to Beijing since his inauguration.
Virtual 17 + 1 summit told that China will continue to push for more cooperation with the region.
Drills will include air combat exercises designed to improve ability to use smaller airfields in case its main bases come under attack.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says US will hold Beijing to account, but Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi warns Washington to correct its ‘wrong policies’.
China is strengthening its position in the Indo-Pacific and teaching PLA troops English in the event of encounters with foreign forces.
Politburo member also likely to appeal for greater dialogue between Beijing and Washington at event hosted by the National Committee on US-China Relations, observers say.
Vice Admiral Jeffrey Trussler says United States is closely watching the PLA’s missile programme, which he calls an effort to destabilise the region.
US secretary of state says America will stand with Southeast Asian claimants in the face of pressure from Beijing in South China Sea.
Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders put ‘at risk’ by inflammatory and xenophobic descriptions of coronavirus, memo says.
Kelly Craft is the third senior US official to visit the self-ruled island this year, each one drawing protests from Beijing.
Replacement Zheng Zeguang is a US affairs specialist who had previously been seen as a contender to take charge in the Washington embassy.
The diplomat was hopeful at a meeting with ambassadors from the 27 member countries of the European Union.
Document sets objectives for the US Navy, Marines and Coast Guard, saying hopes had faded that China and Russia would become responsible leaders.
Beijing revokes visa-free visits to Hong Kong and Macau for holders of American diplomatic passports.
Appointment would boost the small town mayor’s chances in future US presidential race, online news report says.
China condemns US action against state leaders as ‘hysterical bullying’ and warns there will be consequences.
Days after China and 14 other countries signed RCEP, Xi says his government does not want decoupling or to exclude other countries.
Move will help boost its operational capabilities in the region and may reduce tensions, according to South China Sea Probing Initiative.
Donald Trump and his top officials may seek to sabotage Sino-US relations, Chinese academic says.
The ‘challenges to China under a Biden presidency may even be more serious’, Chinese academic says.
Cui Tiankai says some are trying to ‘write off the hard-won achievements’ of 41 years of official relations, amid series of attacks from Donald Trump.
Foreign ministers meet in Moscow for first time since Himalayan border tensions turned deadly.
Beijing lodges formal protest with Washington over ‘serious violation’ of safety code and warns of potential mishaps.