The Global Times described the storming of the Capitol using a Chinese term referring to a ruler’s subordinates coming to his rescue when his authority is threatened
Chinese propaganda outlets go on overdrive to slam India's ban on 59 China-linked apps, ask Modi govt to prevent 'economic conflict'
Notwithstanding imminent losses to Chinese firms on account of India's decision, state-controlled media outlets in China continue to allege that it is India that stands to lose
Chinese propaganda outlets accuse India of pursuing 'territorial revisionist policy,' claim New Delhi trying to divert attention from COVID-19 crisis
Mouthpieces of the Chinese government have sought to link the clashes along the LAC with India's efforts to 'divert attention from the government's incompetence in handling the COVID-19.'
After initial tranche of four outlets in February, US designates four more Chinese news organisations as foreign missions
The Donald Trump administration announced on Monday that it was designating four more Chinese State-run media organisations that have operations in the United States as foreign missions, in a new round of restrictions likely to lead to some form of retaliation from China
China makes hay while US burns, weaves opportunistic narrative to hit out at rival and mask its own shortcomings
Social media sites in China are rife with video clips of tense standoffs between the police and protesters in the aftermath of the death last week of George Floyd, after he was pinned to the ground by a white Minneapolis police officer who has since been charged with murder
'Hong Kong riots are like 9/11': Chinese State media accuses NBA of endorsing violence, lacking respect for China
Chinese state media on Wednesday accused the U.S. National Basketball Association (NBA) of endorsing violence and peddling a 'secessionist pipe dream' in an escalating row over comments by a team official in support of protests in Hong Kong.
Narendra Modi-Ibrahim Solih meeting: India needs to decide if it can go it alone, but remain aware of Maldives' debt to China
India has to decide whether it has the will and standing to go it alone in Maldives – with of course a little help from its friends like Japan – and slowly but surely entirely replace China in terms of influence and projects in the archipelago.
'Change Taiwan to Chinese Taipei,' Beijing tells Air India and the national carrier complies: Here's a look at why
India's national carrier Air India was forced to change 'Taiwan' to 'Chinese Taipei' after Chinese authorities demanded them to no longer refer to Taiwan as a separate region on their websites.
Chinese state-run daily calls Nirmala Sitharaman's Nathu La greeting 'most warm-hearted scene since Doka La standoff'
China welcomes Indian defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman's greeting to Chinese soldiers on the border as a "friendly gesture", a Chinese daily has said.
China's Global Times does it again, calls Sushma Swaraj's UNGA speech on Pakistan 'politically imbecilic'
A Chinese daily has slammed External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for her strong criticism of Pakistan for harbouring terrorists, saying it is "politically imbecilic and unsophisticated" to think that Islamabad exports terrorism.
Shinzo Abe in Gujarat: Chinese daily Global Times says India, Japan ties pose no 'grave threat' to Beijing
As Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe visits India, a China's daily has said that close ties between New Delhi and Tokyo posed no "grave threat" to Beijing.
An article in Global Times said that China "could easily retaliate" with restrictions on Indian products
China — which has been accused by the US of not doing enough to rein in its longtime ally — has maintained that political dialogue is the only solution.
China’s debt problem can have catastrophic proportions, harming the entire global economy. The country should be worried about that more than the economic fault lines of India
Doka La standoff: China maintains silence over media report on 'military operation' to oust Indian troops
Doka La is the Indian name for the region which Bhutan recognises as Dokalam, while China claims it as part of its Donglang region.
Sikkim border row: India needs external enemy and Pakistan no longer suffices, says Chinese state-run daily
India is making up an imaginary "China threat" because of growing threats to its own national unity, a leading Chinese newspaper said on Tuesday.
A Chinese daily on Wednesday accused the US and other countries of trying to escalate the China-India standoff to replicate the "South China Sea trick" and seek strategic benefits.
NSA Ajit Doval's China visit: Despite high hopes, reports suggest 'meaningful dialogue' on Doka La, border unlikely
With India and China involved in a prolonged standoff in the Sikkim region, the upcoming visit of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval to Beijing was initially thought to bring some respite.
Ahead of NSA Ajit Doval's visit, China's state media struck two different notes with the China Daily hopeful of a peaceful resolution to the deadlock with India while the Global Times said the "main schemer's" trip wouldn't sway Beijing
An editorial in the English langauge daily Global Times urged China to "teach India a second lesson", in an apparent reference to the 1962 Indo-Sino war.