Some articles even claim that demonstrations in Europe and South America are the direct result of western tolerance of Hong Kong riots that took place in the 20th week.
Over the past week, protesters in all three places have collided with the authorities for a variety of reasons, but the state-run Chinese media have claimed that demonstrators in Chile and Spain are looking to Hong Kong.
Sunday A march in the popular shopping district Tsim Sha Tsui quickly became violent when gasoline bombs were dropped and fires started in subway stations and shops.
"The West is paying the price to support Hong Kong riots, which has quickly led to violence in other parts of the world and has predicted the political risks that the West can not cope with," the editorial The United States has said repeatedly expressed her support for the demonstrators in Hong Kong to the wrath of the Chinese government.
In a video editorial published on October 17 on the official Global Times Twitter, publisher Hu Xijin suggested that protests spread throughout the West.
"There are many problems in the West and in all kinds of undercurrents of dissatisfaction, many of which will eventually manifest themselves as the Hong Kong protests," he said.
"Catalonia is probably just the beginning."
There have been a number of bloody attacks on pro-protesters and pro-Beijing supporters in Hong Kong this month. On October 12, a policeman was stabbed on the way by a subway station, resulting in two arrests. He was hospitalized in stable condition.
There was no sign of an end to ongoing demonstrations that started in June against a controversial extradition treaty with China, but have since expanded to include demands for democracy.
The big demonstrations in Hong Kong "a beautiful sight," Shen wrote before asking if the same commentators would support Catalan protests.
"If not, they set double standards for Hong Kong and Catalonia on Onia issues."
CNN Serenity Wang contributed to this article.