pro-Chinese

pro-Chinese

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) in favour of or supporting China, its people, culture, etc
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Speculations: India has speculated that KP Oli is a pro-Chinese leader and after Oli will become the prime minister, Chinese presence, which is already alarming for India, will further increase.
This should include closely monitoring where the funding of pro-Chinese parties is originating from and ensuring that candidates with links to the Communist Party of China are not able to stand.
He eventually stopped when it became clear that officers had grave reservations about his anti-American and pro-Chinese and pro-Russian policies, his eagerness to appoint high-ranking Communists to important cabinet departments, and his touting of peace negotiations with the Communist rebel leadership in exile.
Thus, he details how circumstances and human behaviors bolstered in 2009 and then deflated the pro-Chinese orientation of Ozawa Ichiro's Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ).
He said: "[The] government appear to have taken a rather pro-Chinese position in the debate inside the EU about protection against Chinese exports.
of a Birmingham City councillor Alex Yip> Alex Yip, a Conservative councillor who is accused of helping organise pro-Chinese demonstrations and as far as I can see that was deemed to be totally appropriate?
Ms Stuart asked: "When the Minister looks back on these particular police actions and forms a judgment as to whether it was appropriate or not, will he also look at the actions of a Birmingham City councillor Alex Yip , a conservative councillor who is accused of helping organise pro-Chinese demonstrations and, as far as I can see, that was deemed to be totally appropriate?
Politicians in Singapore told me that Beijing has even begun to reach out to local Singaporeans of Chinese descent and to nudge the city-state's foreign policy -- which remains staunchly allied to the United States -- in a more pro-Chinese direction.
Mainland China evolved the Basic Law' which continues to serve as the mini-Constitution for Hong Kong to provide a high degree of autonomy with the people of Hong Kong governing the city and the chief executive being elected by a selection committee of 1200 members who themselves are elected from among professional sectors and pro-Chinese business in Hong Kong.
Xi's declaration was denounced not only by the pro-independence political forces in Taiwan, but also the Mainland Affairs Council, dominated by the more pro-Chinese Kuomintang.
He says: "the pro-Chinese lobby is very strong in Kazakhstan".
Earlier this week, pro-Chinese activists had sailed to the disputed island chain from Hong Kong in a protest aimed at promoting Chinese sovereignty.