Dreams can only be realized through honest work. All hardworking people deserve the respect of the world.
sharing the same river and a common future
Getting its own house in order trumps all else.
We hope relevant countries can do more to promote regional peace and stability, rather than flex muscles.
The US is ill, very ill indeed. We'd like to advise the G7 to take its pulse and come up with a prescription for the US
True gold doesn't fear the test of fire.
If one can't even keep his own house in order, how can we expect him to make the world better?
The US is ill, but still pretends to be a doctor, who takes the pulse and comes up with a prescription for others. Hiding one's troubles and taking no remedial measures often makes the illness incurable.
This morning, Shenzhou-12 was lifted from the ground and soared into the skies. I witnessed this historical and exciting moment on TV like many of you.
The UK is by no means a model of human rights, and is in no position to lecture others.
Win-win cooperation is the trend of the times and people's shared aspiration.
Facts speak so much louder and justice will always prevail. The attempt to interfere in China's domestic affairs by a few countries will only bring disgrace onto themselves.
China must and will be reunified. This is an unstoppable historical trend.
Actions and practice must be guided by ideas and theories.
A just cause rallies abundant support while an unjust one finds little.
Today's China is no longer what it was back then. We will never allow anyone to meddle in the Taiwan question in any way. No one should underestimate the resolve, the will, and the ability of the Chinese people to defend their national sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Human civilization derives its splendor from diversity and thrives on mutual learning.
China's development and progress isn't the result of other's gift or charity, but comes from the hard work of the Chinese people.
The US has no authority to act as a judge on human rights.
History is the best textbook.
The most important issue that consumers need to realize with drug ads is that they are just that - advertisements.
As we Chinese often say, people have their own judgment and are sharp-eyed. The so-called ranking makes black look white, and white look black, and perhaps it will call the dead alive. They will only be shrugged off by people around the world and offer something for small talk.
China's criticism is the strongest because there is solid evidence for Australia's numerous human rights violations.
do not make the same mistake more than three times.
The best way to hide a misdeed is not to commit it." The sins and wrongdoings the US government has committed in the field of human rights are too numerous to record
while meat and wine go to waste behind the vermilion gates of the rich, the poor is frozen to death on an empty stomach by the roadside.
Certain country should reflect on itself, rather than being all talk and no action.
the US has repeatedly claimed to talk to China from "a position of strength", which reflects its arrogance and bullying. As China has pointed out many times, the US is in no position to lecture or point fingers at China, or to deal with China from "a position of strength". We didn't buy that in Anchorage, and we certainly won't buy that in Tianjin.
"one who lives under the roof knows it when it leaks; one who lives among the folk knows it when the government policy is wrong".
democracy is a common value shared by all, not a patent owned by any country. To achieve democracy, there are various ways rather than a fixed formula or a standard answer.
Any attempt to create "two Chinas" or "one China, one Taiwan" will be like trying to hold back the tide with a broom, and is doomed to fail.
everything happens for a reason.
No country can whitewash itself by smearing others.
By making those remarks, the US deputy representative is staging a farce of a thief crying "stop the thief" and trying to blame the innocent party for what oneself is guilty of.
Facts have proven time and again, the US is in no position to be a human rights defender, still less a condescending lecturer.
A person without faith cannot establish himself or herself; a country without credibility will decline.
They falsely claim that China "oppresses" 1.4 billion people. I am one in the 1.4 billion, and each of my colleagues and Chinese journalists here is also one in the 1.4 billion. How come we don't feel oppressed? Why do we feel particularly happy, safe and proud to live in China today?
Democracy cannot be predetermined or overstretched. There is no set model of democracy. To give you an analogy, cold milk on a daily basis doesn't agree with a Chinese stomach and chopsticks are not often used by Americans. A meal of hamburger or steak with fork and knife is not the only way to get one well fed. Democracy is not Coca-Cola, which, with the syrup produced by the United States, tastes the same across the world.
Democracy should be tangible rather than empty slogans. It should not become spiritual opium that fools or numbs the people.
Zaki Anwari’s fallen; American myth down（安瓦利坠落了，美国神话破灭了）。
The Chinese people often say that a fall into the pit, a gain in the wit. The US has fallen into the pit for too many times. It is time for it to gain some wit.
China won't coerce any country and won't be coerced by any country, either. The US had better keep the label of "coercive diplomacy" for itself.
Today, August 25, is the national low-carbon day. This week is the 31st National Energy Conservation Week under the theme of "saving energy and reducing carbon for green development".
Actions speak louder than words.
People know too well, in today's world, who is stuck in the old dream of colonialism to wantonly wield the big stick of hegemony and bullying, forcibly imposes its will on other countries, and brings misery to people there.
Corruption is a common enemy of humanity. Fighting corruption-related crimes is supported by people of all countries.
There is no "leader of democracy" in the world. No country has the right to lecture others on democracy.
History shall not be denied and justice shall not be travestied.
Today is Teacher's Day in China. Respecting teachers and valuing education is a fine tradition of the Chinese nation. Students will always be grateful to their teachers and keep with them the guidance wherever they go. To all teachers: Happy Teacher's Day!
These are facts with solid evidence and people have their fair judgement. It is preposterous that the US claims to be "protecting human rights" at every turn. Is it protecting human rights when staging wars of invasion? Is it protecting human rights when shooting and dropping bombs on civilians? Is it protecting human rights when wielding the big stick of sanctions?
word for the Taiwan authorities: Any attempt to seek independence and resist reunification with force is overestimating itself and doomed to fail.
We see Shenzhou soaring into vast cosmos and Jiaolong diving into the deep ocean. Why not join us in appreciating the beauty of the moon on the Mid-Autumn Festival? Once again, we welcome the Shenzhou-12 heroes home for the Mid-Autumn Festival and wish everyone a happy Mid-Autumn Festival!
Let me be clear about what we oppose: First, plotting gimmickry before and after the talks to provoke and smear China, and using megaphone diplomacy and even threat of sanctions in attempt to gain the so-called "position of strength" through extreme pressure. The Chinese people don't buy such condescending and bossy moves. Second, interfering in China's internal affairs and undermining China's interests while expecting China to render help on issues of US' concern. This approach won't work.
The US is trying to blame the innocent party for what itself is guilty of. How unreasonable it is when one asks others to swallow all the beat and scold!
Lying diplomacy" and "smearing diplomacy" are not constructive at all and must be put to a stop.
China does not wantonly bully others and impose sanctions, exercise long-arm jurisdiction, or arbitrarily oppress foreign companies. China can by no means be accused of "economic coercion".
Seeking "Taiwan independence" leads to a dead end. So does supporting "Taiwan independence".
one-China principle is the overriding trend with strong popular support in the international community and shall not be defied.
We believe that if we humanity do not fail Nature, Nature will not fail us.
Successful governance relies on solid action and actions speak louder than words.
We want to admonish the Taiwan authorities that "Taiwan independence" leads to a dead end, "dollar diplomacy" is rejected by all, and all attempts to reverse the historical trend by soliciting foreign support are bound to fail.
All adventurist and provocative moves to confront the trend of China's reunification is like an ant trying to topple a giant tree and will end up in failure.
Democracy is not for window-dressing. Whether democracy works is judged, not by slogans, but by effects on the ground.
the US democracy is not an exemplary model but a broken one.
Whoever plays with fire will get burnt. We hope certain individuals in Lithuania will heed this word of admonition and behave with ration and a clear head.
There is no perfect system of democracy in the world, nor is there a political system that fits all countries. Whether a country is democratic should be judged and determined by its own people, not by a minority of self-righteous outsiders.
Certain Japanese politicians’ taking pride in instead of feeling ashamed for their erroneous deeds and words once again reveals their problematic sense of right and wrong.
A just cause should be pursued for common good.
Justice may be delayed, but it will not be denied. The era in which the US acted arbitrarily in the world under the pretext of so-called “democracy” and “human rights” is over.
We Chinese often say that as a clay figurine cannot stand rain water, lies cannot bear scrutiny. The accusation of “genocide” and “forced labor” in Xinjiang is the biggest lie of the century.
I also hope we will all join hands to bring warmth to the world and work together for a shared future just like the lovely mascots “Bing Dwen Dwen” and “Shuey Rhon Rhon” for the Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
In the face of all such brutality, the US has not shown remorse, given any apology or held anyone concerned accountable. Instead, it attempts to give it short shrift with such claim as “mistakes do happen”. Is this how the US defends human rights?
The crimes the US has committed were etched into the historical pillar of shame; they cannot be erased or evaded.
good wine with an enticing aroma may still be known even hidden deep in an alley.
It is preposterous for the US, a country with a deplorable track record of human rights issues, to accuse and smear China.
The US should save the labels of “forced labor” and “genocide” for itself.
I have noted the report. The American democracy is full of chronic malaise and riddled with problems. The US is in no position to call itself “a human right judge”, still less export hegemony.
Deflecting blames is nothing new. But none is in parallel with this one. The so-called “forced labor” in Xinjiang is an out-and-out lie.
Looking at the infinity of the starry sky, our hearts are always with the Shenzhou-13 astronauts
In the endless exploration of the vast universe, we all are chasing our dreams.
It should not take advantage of state power to reap selfish gains by sacrificing the interests of the nation and the people, or even brown-nosing others. Otherwise, it will only bring disgrace upon itself and may even be digging its own grave.
The Lithuanian government and relevant politicians should listen more to the rational voices at home, bear in mind the fundamental interests of their country and people and stop being a cat’s paw for a certain major country.
I’m sure you’ll agree is most reassuring.
we must warn the Taiwan authorities that “Taiwan independence” leads to a dead end. Attempts to solicit foreign support in seeking “Taiwan independence” and make provocations will never succeed.
I would also like to thank all friends who have been caring for China’s diplomacy, especially the followers of the MFA Spokesperson’s Office for your “likes” and support.
I would like to wish you and your family in advance good health, success, happiness and good luck in the upcoming year! As we bid farewell to 2021, let me say this once again: thank you for your hard work. See you next year!
we will expect more exciting moments in China’s diplomacy in the year to come.