Chinese diplomat who praised CCP, denied Uighur genocide visits with three more top universities

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Controversial Chinese official continued his U.S. college campus tour earlier this month, visiting two more universities despite previous comments praising the Chinese Communist Party and denying allegations of genocide against Uyghurs in China did.

Fan Ping, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in New York, said recently that he had “in-depth conversations with future business leaders from Baruch College about the Chinese economy and China-US relations.” Posted in X When I visited Baruch College.

“You are all great and your questions are spot on. I look forward to much more in the future! May you continue to shine brightly in your studies and career pursuits!”

On the same day, Ping posted a photo of himself visiting Northeastern University officials.

Chinese official who praised the Chinese Communist Party appears again at top Ivy League school: ‘Historic connection’

Huang Ping meets with Baruch College students

“My meeting with Northeastern University’s senior leadership was great,” Ping posted. “I am impressed by NEU’s international strategy and thoughtful arrangements for Chinese students. NEU welcomes you to participate in the Youth Envoy Scholarship and visit China!”

A few days earlier, Ping had met with the school’s “leadership team” at Boston University.

“We look forward to further strengthening BU-China cooperation and welcome more BU participants to visit China for learning and exchanges,” said Mr. Ping. I wrote it to X.

Chinese officials repeatedly praise the Chinese Communist Party and deny genocide of Uyghurs at prominent New York venue

Huangping Conference

Huang Ping meets with Pennsylvania Senator Sharif Street (Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in New York)

Despite praising the Chinese Communist Party and denying allegations of genocide against China’s Muslim Uyghur people, Ping has appeared at several universities and spoken to media and political figures over the past year. I have attended the meeting.

“There are a lot of lies here that have been fabricated by some people with their own political agenda,” Huang said. Said in an interview in August 2021, denied the existence of genocide and concentration camps targeting the Uyghur people. “As I said earlier, there is no genocide, and there is no evidence whatsoever to prove that there was a genocide or anything. It’s just a slander.”

Chinese officials who praised the Chinese Communist Party and denied genocide against Uyghurs meet with the head of a left-wing media conglomerate

Huangping Condé Nast

Huang Ping visited Condé Nast with leaders on November 1st (Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in New York)

Ping described it as a center where Uyghurs are held for educational purposes.

“I think of these centers as campuses, not camps,” Ping said. “We are educating these people and this is very effective in terms of counter-terrorism and deradicalization. To date, there has not been a single terrorist attack in exactly four years. yeah.”


In addition to praising the Chinese Communist Party, Mr. Ping has repeatedly promoted Communist Party points on his X (formerly Twitter) account, amplifying Chinese President Xi Jinping’s agenda.

Fox News Digital asked Boston University and Baruch College for more information about why these meetings took place, but did not receive a response.

“Northeastern University is a global research university that attracts students and faculty from around the world,” a Northeastern University spokesperson told FOX News Digital. “We meet regularly with ambassadors and consulates from many countries as part of furthering our mission.”



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