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How China's public diplomacy is changing under Xi Jinping

By Yan Wu, Associate Professor in Media and Communications, Swansea University
Richard Thomas, Senior Lecturer, Media and Communication, Swansea University
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Joe Biden’s election victory was greeted with cautious optimism by Chinese state media. However, while the English-language Global Times offered friendly greetings to the US president-elect, the daily tabloid paper – a stablemate of the Chinese Communist Party’s People’s Daily – said that China must “keep vigilant and stick to the right path of strengthening self-reliance”.

Referring to Biden as “an old friend”, the paper recalled his 2011 visit to a Beijing restaurant while visiting the country as Barack…

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