China has accused the US of harassing Chinese scholars, students, entrepreneurs, and scientists, in part through the delay, denial or revocation of visas.
China has accused the U.S. of harassing Chinese scholars, students, entrepreneurs, and scientists, in part through the delay, denial or revocation of visas.
This file photo taken on May 14, 2019, shows the US (L) and Chinese flags displayed outside a hotel in Beijing. (Photo by Greg Baker / AFP) / TO GO WITH China-US-trade-education, FOCUS BY Poornima WEERASEKARA
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said the actions have been taken “for some time.”
“This has thwarted normal people-to-people exchange between China and the U.S. and infringed upon the safety and lawful rights and interests of the Chinese personnel involved,” Geng said at a daily news briefing on Wednesday.Read more: Inquirer
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