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Denial, admission, glorification: China is now celebrating ‘martyrdom’ of its soldiers killed in Galwan valley last year making details public

Earlier in February, China had admitted to having lost 4 of its soldiers in the Galwan clash. The glorification of this slain soldier takes the official toll higher.

Negative sentiments about China and Xi Jinping at a record high among most advanced countries: Pew Research study

A majority of respondents in 15 of the 17 advanced economies surveyed this year by the Pew Research hold unfavourable opinion of China

India and China: The ups and downs of responses by the Asian giants against COVID-19

Since China has a humongous population like, we could look at what worked there in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic

“Time is running out”, Tibetan govt-in-exile president urges the international community to stand against China

The newly elected president of the Tibetan government-in-exile said that they are committed to a peaceful resolution with China.

China: Strong wind blows away floor panels in 100m high glass bridge, tourist left clinging to railings

The incident took place in Piyan Mountain near the city of Longjing in China.

New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern may remain silent on China’s atrocities on Uyghur Muslims. Here is why

China is now New Zealand’s biggest trading partner with annual two-way trade of more than NZ$32 billion ($22.3 billion)

From censorship to propaganda and disinformation: Here’s how China seeks to reshape the narrative on the repression of Uyghurs in Xinjiang

From outrightly denying the existence of Uyghur repression, China has evolved its strategy to hardened public stance, vigorously deflecting criticism and showing a tenacity to confront its critics in the West.

USA: Biden administration formally declares China’s treatment of Uyghurs as genocide

First declared by Trump administration in January, Biden administration formalizes genocide declaration against China.

The Chinese Embassy in Paris calls French researcher ‘little rascal’, France summons envoy to protest

Chinese Embassy criticised for addressing a French researcher as 'little rascal' for his opinions against Chinese policy.

China holds closed-door trials for Canadian ex-diplomat Michael Kovrig, denies diplomatic access

Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig has been held in China since 2018 under espionage charges.

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