For those who label products made in China as "contaminated with virus", they'd better not use made-in-China masks, protective suits and ventilators.
Their attempts are doomed to fail. This act will be nothing more than a piece of paper.
If some people call China's diplomacy "wolf-warrior diplomacy" just because we fight back and speak the truth in the face of unscrupulous attacks, slanders and denigration, I don't see any problem in living with that "wolf-warrior" title, as long as we are fighting for China's sovereignty. security and development interests, national dignity and honor, and international fairness and justice.
The US side said all options are on the table. Well, today I'd like to tell them that all options are on our table, too.
Mr. Pompeo, stop talking about credibility, truth or accountability because we are so fed up with your words.
As Secretary of State, Pompeo's actions have not only eroded his credibility, but also stained the image and reputation of the United States, which has become a notorious example in international relations.
As I read the statements made by some extremely anti-Chinese individuals from the United States, the senario that Don Quixote brandishes his spear comes to my eyes. In regard to this, they are fallacious, ridiculous and tremendously pathetic.
No country, individual or force has any right to negate this path that is chosen by the Chinese people and proven correct by facts.
We also remind the DPP authorities in Taiwan to stop pursuing its misguided course. A dead end will meet them if they so willingly choose to act like self-important puppets with strings in foreign hands and seriously believe that they have a chance at independence by taking advantage of the epidemic.
The CPC and the Chinese people are always there for each other. No one can cut off the flesh and blood ties between the CPC and the Chinese people. And no one can break the CPC without breaking the Chinese people!
It had the audacity to slander, why then, does it lack the courage to make an apology?
Isn't "non-interference in other countries' internal affairs" a basic norm governing international relations? Do I have to elaborate?
你刚才你提到澳方说中国政府应该feel ashamed。澳大利亚军人赴阿富汗是政府行为，澳大利亚有军人在阿犯下如此残暴罪行，澳政府是否应该feel ashamed?
You cited the Australian side's words that the Chinese government should be ashamed. Shouldn't the Australian government feel ashamed that some of its soldiers on official duty in Afghanistan committed such cruelties?
The US should also be clear that countries should tide over the difficulties together. Undermining others' endeavors will only end up damaging its own.
I have no problem with them insulting their own intelligence, but we firmly oppose them using this to tarnish China's name.
The Pacific Ocean is vast enough to embrace countries in the world.
Sadly, the "poisoning" does not stop in the Pacific. Examples abound in how the United States shirks its responsibility for environmental protection and destroys the global ecological environment.
They are trying to shift the biggest blame of the century to China and make it the biggest scapegoat. However, such an attempt is just impossible as the blame is too heavy to be shifted. Sorry, it won't work.
This double-standard way of behaving is so typical of the US.
The fact that the claim of "negotiating in good faith" comes from an official serving in such a country makes us feel extremely ridiculous and even surreal.
"You throw a peach to me, I give you a white jade for friendship."
"Turn inward and examine yourself when you encounter difficulties in life."
I'll end on a Czech saying to the effect that "He who digs a pit for others will fall into it himself".
As a Mongolian proverb goes, the gift of a needle in bad times is worth more than a camel in good times.
"forbidding others to do what it is doing itself"
Do not expect China to remain silent when faced with vicious insults and slanders.
The US, like a thief crying stop thief, has played such a cheap trick of slander and smear.
He (Pompeo) 's like the "emperor in his imaginary new clothes", completely immersed in his own world.
He (Pompeo) is like a broken record, playing the same "anti-China" tunes over and over again.
What the virus has done is cruel and will not last. What the people has done is touching and will be remembered forever.
I believe ... the shadows of the pandemic will eventually be driven away by the warm sun and spring breeze.
The world is safe only when each and every country is safe, and the final victory is achieved only when COVID-19 is eradicated in the last country.