When talking about Xi Jinping, Biden said: “He takes (China) to become the most important and important country in the world very seriously.” “He and others-dictators-believe that democracy cannot compete with dictatorship in the 21st century. “
He later vowed: “The dictator will not win the future.” “The American will.”
In response to a question about Biden’s speech, a spokesperson for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the United States simply feels insecure and jealous of China’s development.
Wang Wenbin said in the daily briefing: “Although China is committed to improving people’s lives, certain people in the United States will habitually target China every time they speak.”
He said: “We hope that the United States will give up this’sour grape’ mentality towards China and treat China’s development with a more peaceful and rational mentality.”
Biden’s remarks and Beijing’s response to this speech illustrate the exchange of roles between the two countries: the United States has set moral, economic, and political benchmarks for other countries in the past. However, as China has become an increasingly confident world power, Washington has begun to measure Beijing from many aspects, from the development of advanced technology to the influence of geopolitics.
In recent years, the Chinese Communist Party has become more and more confident that China is on an upward trajectory, and one day it will surpass its Western competitors. During Trump’s presidency, this view was promoted. Despite his tough remarks against China, many Chinese nationalists still believe that by withdrawing the United States from global leaders and spreading political and social differences within the country, Trump has given China a greater establishment in the world. Opportunity for leadership.
He concluded: “The East is rising, and the West is declining.” Since then, this message has been repeatedly impacted within the party at various party meetings and political study meetings.
Beijing officials have repeatedly stated that China is focused on its own development and is not interested in promoting its political system or development model. But for the party’s elite, international recognition of China’s ideological and political system has always been important-this is even more severe with the centenary of the founding of the Communist Party of China on July 1.
For many people, the Covid-19 pandemic is further proof of the rise of Beijing. Despite the initial improper handling, China’s ability to quickly contain the epidemic has been touted as a vivid proof of the superiority of its dictatorial political system, while the slow response of Western governments is regarded as the Achilles’ heel of democratic countries. As the world’s major economies plunged into recession, China rejuvenated its economy.
All over Asia
- The coronavirus crisis in India continued to worsen, and funeral matches burned all night.
- Facing strong opposition, the spokesperson of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party He said: “The responsibility is our responsibility first.”
- The global shortage of computer chips is getting worse.
- Japan’s All Nippon Airways is trialling hands-free bathroom doors.
- The Taiwan Coast Guard is launching a new flagship product to deal with Chinese fishing and sand dredging vessels, which Taiwan says is an illegal activity in its waters.
- At the same time, in China, a hundred people gathered in a hotel in Sanya, southern Hainan, breaking the Guinness World Record and becoming the largest underwater mermaid show.
Business in China: Will the “nomad country” censorship system bother China’s Surprise?
According to the latest report from PEN America, Hollywood and filmmakers are increasingly deciding on content, actors, plots, and dialogue, and set out to “avoid competing with Chinese officials who control whether their films can enter the booming Chinese market.”
However, even if filmmakers take painstaking steps to appease Chinese audiences, they may not always work. Last year, Disney bet that “Mulan” would be a big success at the Chinese box office. Instead, it was shunned in China due to its westernized style and unfaithful narrative of the original legend. Abroad and overseas, Disney publicly expressed gratitude to a Chinese government agency accused of violating human rights in Xinjiang for assisting in the production of a movie.
Although “Nomads” may not have entered Chinese cinemas yet, Disney still hopes that Zhao’s next movie will be a big box office success: Marvel Super starring Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek and Don Lee Heroic movie “Eternity”. For Disney, the biggest question is whether the government’s censorship of Zhao’s victory and online nationalists’ attacks on her character will continue when “Eternal” is released in China.
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Disney denies responsibility for Xinjiang dispute
Senior Disney executives denied the responsibility to thank a Chinese government agency for accusing it of human rights violations in Xinjiang under the name “Mulan.”
Bailey said: “The production company of the Beijing Shadow Times provided our production team with a list of honors to be included in Mulan. Walt Disney Company has no separate, independent or ongoing relationship with the Xinjiang Autonomous Region government.”
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“By 2020, China’s population will continue to grow, and detailed figures will be announced in the seventh census report.”