China on July 7 announced that foreigners living in China have nothing to fear if they follow the laws in place.


Chinese foreign ministry spokesman  Zhao Lijian at a news conference called out Australia after the country warned its citizens that they risk detention in China, and advised them against visiting the country altogether.


While alluding to Australia, Lijian said that the relevant country needs to be careful while speaking and to strengthen China-Australia relations.


"Obey the law" and fear nothing


"For foreigners living in China, as long as they obey the law then they have nothing to fear. 


I hope that the relevant country can maintain an objective and fair attitude, practice caution when speaking, and do more things that will contribute towards the development in China-Australia relations, he said.




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China tells foreigners: 'Obey the law'


China on July 7 announced that foreigners living in China have nothing to fear if they follow the laws in place.


Chinese foreign ministry spokesman  Zhao Lijian at a news conference called out Australia after the country warned its citizens that they risk detention in China, and advised them against visiting the country altogether.


While alluding to Australia, Lijian said that the relevant country needs to be careful while speaking and to strengthen China-Australia relations.


"Obey the law" and fear nothing


"For foreigners living in China, as long as they obey the law then they have nothing to fear. 


I hope that the relevant country can maintain an objective and fair attitude, practice caution when speaking, and do more things that will contribute towards the development in China-Australia relations, he said.




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