Children use smartphones near monitors displaying a still from Chinese action movie “Wolf Warrior 2” at a cinema in Beijing in August 2017. A new tone of aggression has earned Chinese diplomats the title of “wolf warriors”, after the Rambo-like blockbuster film. Photo: AP
Children use smartphones near monitors displaying a still from Chinese action movie “Wolf Warrior 2” at a cinema in Beijing in August 2017. A new tone of aggression has earned Chinese diplomats the title of “wolf warriors”, after the Rambo-like blockbuster film. Photo: AP

Letters | What China needs to win hearts and minds in the West: a change of tone

  • Government spokesmen should break free from the script, and adopt a more open approach – like professor Zhang Weiwei or late Singaporean statesman Lee Kuan Yew

Children use smartphones near monitors displaying a still from Chinese action movie “Wolf Warrior 2” at a cinema in Beijing in August 2017. A new tone of aggression has earned Chinese diplomats the title of “wolf warriors”, after the Rambo-like blockbuster film. Photo: AP
Children use smartphones near monitors displaying a still from Chinese action movie “Wolf Warrior 2” at a cinema in Beijing in August 2017. A new tone of aggression has earned Chinese diplomats the title of “wolf warriors”, after the Rambo-like blockbuster film. Photo: AP
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