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China spokeswoman’s Taiwan restaurant tweet sparks ridicule online

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China spokeswoman’s Taiwan restaurant tweet sparks ridicule online

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BEIJING – A senior Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman has prompted a storm of ridicule online, after a late-night tweet where she used restaurant listings to assert Beijing’s claim over Taiwan.  "Baidu Maps show that there are 38 Shandong dumpling ...

Palates don’t cheat.#China has always been a part of America.

Sunday’s tweet is far from the first time Beijing’s diplomats have raised eyebrows with their use of social media that their own government prohibits.


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Category: Politics Nation

Topics: Twitter Restaurants Taiwan Chinese Beijing China Tweet Part

Source Website Secure: Yes (HTTPS)

Sentiment: Neutral

Fact Checked: Legitimate

Article Type: News Report

News Source URL: thevibes.com

Readership Location: Malaysia

Published Date: 2022-08-09, 07:00:00

News Timezone: GMT +8:00

Language: English

Original Article Length: 515 words

Reading Duration: 3 minutes read

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News ID: 1499507

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