Re Please think and act independently with sense and brains. Acting as a volunteered cat's paw is not in the interests of Australian people.
Australian official admitted that they want to attract more Hong Kong talents to generate more wealth&jobs. But given increasing racial discrimination against Chinese&Asians and abuse of "Foreign Interference Act", shouldn't people be concerned about their safety in Australia?
Some in the US have been unscrupulously encircling and smearing China, attempting to kneel on and choke China. But truth and justice will prevail anyway!
The US should take actual measures to address its own problems before lecturing and interfering in others' internal affairs in the name of human rights. It only makes the US look so pale and hypocritical.
The US allegation on Xinjiang is among the Biggest Lies of the Century. Uyghurs' population in Xinjiang grew from 5.5 million to 11.7 million over 40 years. Unlike African Americans, they enjoy free breathing!
Such a low lie and clumsy frame-up! What a pity that Cheating, Lying, Scapegoating and Sanction have now become the name cards of Washington.
Re The two sides should manage them well in the spirit of seeking common ground while putting aside differences, so as to minimize their impact on and harm to the overall China-US relations.
Re The third is a list of issues that need proper management. It should identify the few tough issues that the two countries have little chance to agree on in the near future.
Re The second is a list of dialogues. It should itemize the issues of differences that could be solved through dialogues. They should be designated to the existing dialogue mechanisms and platforms as soon as possible.
Re The first is a list of cooperation areas. It should specify all areas, bilateral and global, where China and the US need to and can work together. The longer this list goes, the better. Cooperation on this list should be immune to the impact of other issues.
It is useful for China and the #US to draw up the following three lists:
Re The US, for its part, should immediately stop its acts of politicization and stigmatization and work with China to promote a global response to save more lives.
Re China is ready to share with the US information about #COVID19 prevention and containment as well as our response experience. And we are also ready to have closer exchanges with the US on diagnostics and therapeutics, vaccines, and economic recovery.
Nothing is more precious than human lives. Nothing is more pressing than saving lives. We have deep sympathies for the American people for their unfortunate experiences, and have provided the US an enormous amount of badly-needed medical supplies.
Re If the US lacks confidence, openness and inclusiveness to such an extent, and chooses to conjure up "China Threats" of various kinds, its paranoia may turn into self-fulfilling prophecies at the end of the day.
Re It seems as if every Chinese investment is politically driven, every Chinese student is a spy, and every cooperation initiative is a scheme with hidden agenda.
The current China policy of the US is based on ill-informed strategic miscalculation, and is fraught with emotions and whims and McCarthyist bigotry. Its suspicion about China, totally uncalled-for, has reached a point of paranoia.
Re These are the advice we must heed. More important, they are also the goals we must work for.
Re Many US universities have openly expressed their support for closer China-US educational exchanges. And many global leaders have called on China and the US to increase dialogue and cooperation and avoid confrontation and decoupling.
Re 74 percent of US businesses in China said they plan to make more investment here. 191 agricultural organizations sent a joint letter to President Trump, calling for continued implementation of the phase one trade agreement.
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