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The statement made by a Foreign Ministry spokesperson at a regular press conference is a window for the world to understand China and its foreign policy on the one hand, and a sign expressing the Chinese position and attitude towards the events at home and abroad on the other hand. From the perspective of the appraisal theory, this paper reveals how the spokesperson employs the engagement resources to expand or contract the dialogue space to convey the Chinese stance to the audience. Throughdoi:10.17265/1539-8080/2020.02.005 fatcat:hgbtyjd7drdebjfcd6qvr5bpqq