Criticism drawn by China is based on several comments by the Western media. Some of the instances are mentioned as the Chinese-government made efforts to construct its global media network and “present an international vision with a Chinese perspective”, and was candidly triggered by insensitive Western criticisms, especially of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, among some of the other factors. The criticism faced reflected the view that the countries worldwide had about China is cold in its approach. During the Beijing Games, some of the factors that could have been, were restrictions to foreign journalists, hotel-taxi spying, and numerous interruptions during the media coverage in the torch rally in Western countries. There was little or no fun and public participation. There were boycott calls from some Western politicizes, media as well as arrest of “human rights” and pro-Tibet activists. Jack Cafferty (CNN, 2008) really enraged the Chinese government along with the general public, while speaking about the US trade deficit with China. “We continue to import their junk with the lead paint on them and the poisoned pet food and export, you know, jobs to places where you can pay workers a dollar a month to turn out the stuff that we’re buying from Wal-Mart.””So I think our relationship with China has certainly changed.””I think they’re basically the same bunch of goons and thugs they’ve been for the last 50 years.” These statements drew an official criticism and ended with a conclusion that the situation of Western domination of China’s international image must be responded quickly and effectively when in June 2008 visit to the People’s Daily, Hu Jintao (Former General Secretary of the Communist Party of China) lamented that the “West’s strength and our weakness” in a global announcement (The Economist, 2010). Strategically in 2009, presided over China’s first “world media summit” which was attended by global media giants such as Reuters, the BBC and News Corp.