‘Unjust’ reporting on China not ‘conducive’ to development of Canada-China relationship, says Chinese ambassador in rare press conference
By Neil MossJan. 18, 2019
Lu Shaye says Justin Trudeau's lobbying for international support will only 'serve to escalate' the Canada-China spat.
In front of a crowd of reporters on Jan. 17, Chinese Ambassador Lu Shaye criticized the Canadian media's negative reporting about China. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
In a rare press conference, China’s envoy in Canada took time to lambaste members of the Canadian press for what he says is “unjust” coverage of China, which he claims has led to a negative view of China among members of the Canadian public.
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