The View from Jingshan: China reacts to growing inter-Korean tensions
While Pyongyang, not Seoul, is Beijing's ally, netizens are unsure as to how China should react to recent developments
As the attention of the world turned to China amid demonstrations in Hong Kong, it found support from an old but often quiet ally: North Korea.
However, not long after, the North’s decision to suspend communications with South Korea attracted a great deal more attention in China — and most observers were not pleased.
North Korean support for China’s Hong Kong policy
On June 5, DPRK Foreign Minister Ri Son Gwon met with Chinese ambassador Li Jin Jun in Pyongyang and voiced North Korea’s support for China’s Hong Kong policy at
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