When is Chinese culture forbidden?
Chinese culture is being forbidden in the United States, according to the president of the United Nations Human Rights Council.
In a report published Wednesday, the Council said that China’s use of “stereotypes” of American cultures in its treatment of people and the use of stereotypes of Chinese cultures have contributed to a sense of mistrust and fear.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said he will not tolerate the use by the United State of “anti-Chinese cultural stereotypes.”
China will not allow discrimination against Chinese people, the president said in his first major speech since taking office in January.
China has accused the United Sates of waging a “war on culture,” and has banned several US television and film productions and publications, including the book “The Secret History of China,” by former US Ambassador to China Thomas Friedman.
Xi said that the United states has “failed to respect the values of Chinese culture.”
China has also used the Human Rights Committee’s report to pressure the United Kingdom to withdraw its ambassador from the country.
“This report confirms that the use and abuse of stereotypes, in particular by the US, can have a devastating effect on human rights and social cohesion,” the Council’s president, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, said in a statement.
“It can lead to the stigmatization of certain groups and groups of people, which in turn can lead some to feel alienated and even to commit crimes.”
According to the report, China has banned the publication of a number of US films and books on China.
It also bans certain forms of media, including online platforms and blogs.
It also said that a number the United Nation Human Rights Monitoring Group has found “incidents of bias, discrimination, xenophobia, and anti-Chinese rhetoric” were a problem in China.
The Council said it was “deeply concerned” about a recent video in which the Chinese government leader, Xi Jinping, called for the “murder” of US troops in Iraq.
The United States has accused China of being behind the killing of US soldier Bowe Bergdahl, who was held captive by the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2009.
The council said that there was evidence that “the United States is actively promoting anti-China sentiment, and this could affect international and domestic policies.”
The council, a United Nations body, was formed in 2002 to examine abuses and human rights violations by member states of the global body.