In two of these tweets – which have since been deleted – the deputy chief of mission in Islamabad wrote, "When you're at it," Washington, DC, you know that whites never go "to the southeastern part of the city" because of it Area for blacks and latin americans.
Twitter Message that Zhao calls not only "a racist shame," but also "shockingly ignorant." The former national security adviser seemed to mistakenly identify Zhao as stationed in the United States. She noted that "in normal times," the Chinese diplomat would declare a persona non grata – the highest form of rebuke for a diplomat – for the tweeted comments about the nation's capital. Rice turned to the Chinese ambassador in the US, Cui Tiankai writes, "I expect more from you and your team, please do the right thing and send it home."
Zhao posted a retort that was also painted and said that "rice was such a shame". And shockingly ignorant too. "
" To label someone who tells the truth that you do not want to hear racist is shameful and disgusting, "he wrote.
CNN has turned to the Chinese Foreign Ministry for further comments.