'Internal Chinese matters should not be interfered with' – Wu

'Internal Chinese matters should not be interfered with' – Wu
A 're-education centre' in China's Muslim-majority Xinjiang province.
Pattrick Smellie
The tension between New Zealand and China on human rights and other issues of principles “need not derail” relations between the two countries but “there can be no guarantees”, says prime minister Jacinda Ardern.Speaking to the seventh annual China Business Summit in Auckland, with the Chinese ambassador to NZ, Wu Xi, in the audience, Ardern delivered a clear message of expectation about China’s behaviour as an emerging, significant world power.“As China’s role in the world grows and changes, the differ...

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