pro-Chinese

pro-Chinese

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) in favour of or supporting China, its people, culture, etc
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His 'communism doesn't-come-in-a-taxicab' quip entrenched his pro-Chinese image among those already so persuaded.
This taste of democracy has proved to be irksome to Beijing when pro-democracy sentiments erupt into full out (https://www.ibtimes.com/hong-kong-protests-five-things-you-need-know-2809627) protests as in the "Umbrella Movement" of 2014 and the current unrest that some are calling the "Hard Hat Revolution." The hard hat is becoming a symbol donned by demonstrators not only to show support for the cause but also to protect against police batons and objects thrown by pro-Chinese gangs that have appeared at some of the protests.
Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) president Voon Lee Shan today rejected claims that the party is anti-Malay, anti-Muslims, and pro-Chinese.
In a bizarre case of a Freudian slip or Chinglish gone awry, hordes of pro-Chinese Communist Party (CCP) demonstrators were overheard inadvertently shouting out "Free China" while trying to drown out their pro-Hong Kong counterparts.
The government will be resolute in maintaining law and order in Hong Kong," the pro-Chinese leader added.
Some even attempted to regulate the so-called "pro-integration media" and "pro-Chinese organizations" in a manner after the American "Foreign Agents Registration Act" and how the West treats Confucius institutes.
Even the captain of the boat and his brother showed overt indications of their dismay of President Rodrigo Duterte because of what they interpreted as government's pro-Chinese stand when Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi who heads the Cabinet Cluster for the MIMAROPA provinces, expressed his personal belief that the incident was not intentional.
Duterte reacts, we are quite sure the question or its variations will keep cropping up to hound his presidency until a satisfactory answer is given or his veneer of pro-Chinese bias vanishes.
However, some circles have criticized Widodo as being pro-Chinese, with another shared concern being the transparency of Chinese loans.
One should also not forget that RAW was pivotal in having Sri Lanka President Rajapaksa, perceived by India as the pro-Chinese, replaced with the President Maithripala Sirisena who was largely believed to be pro-Indian.
Today, even after the end of the Cold War, we can see a "pro-Chinese" or "anti-Chinese" bias in some geopolitical views.