China: Daily Scan, April 22, 2021
Dr Teshu Singh, Research Fellow, VIF
China: Daily Scan, April 22, 2021
Feature: Green is gold -- Xi Jinping innovates fight against climate change: Xinhuanet
April 22, 2021

Chinese President Xi Jinping is joining world leaders on Thursday at a virtual summit on climate change hosted by his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden. Responding to climate change is the common cause of all humanity, Xi has said, adding that it should not be a bargaining chip for geopolitics, a target for attacking other countries, or an excuse for trade barriers.
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Xinhua Commentary: Two climate changes for China, U.S. to tackle: Xinhuanet
April 22, 2021

Climate change poses an existential threat to humanity, and demands a collective response by all sharing the planet, particularly the United States and China, the two largest economies in today's world.
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How Asia can lead an inclusive, sustainable recovery in post-pandemic era: Xinhuanet
April 22, 2021

The global spotlight is once again on Boao, with political and business heavyweights around the world discussing Asia's power in improving global governance at an annual gathering in the Chinese coastal town.
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Diplomat in LA tells how US and China can work together: China Daily
April 22, 2021

China and the US can jointly tackle problems in three areas — the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change and the global economic recovery — and many more if they cooperate and engage in dialogue, China's diplomat in Southern California suggested on Tuesday.
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Scrapping BRI deal will hurt Australia: Chinese Embassy: People’s Daily
April 22, 2021

The Chinese Embassy in Australia on Wednesday criticized a move by the Australian government to cancel an agreement signed between the state of Victoria and China to cooperate under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), warning that the move will bring further damage to bilateral ties and will only hurt Australia.
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Exclusive: No Chinese diplomats hurt in Southwest Pakistan bomb attack: embassy: Global Times
April 22, 2021

All staff of Chinese Embassy in Pakistan are safe, the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan told the Global Times on Thursday after a bomb attack in Pakistan on Wednesday night local time.
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