Global Times writes: China has been put in an awkward situation. The more successful it becomes, the more it faces criticism from the West based on lies and ideological bias. How can China build an equally powerful voice to match its national strength and international status? How should people view China’s “wolf-warrior diplomacy”? When and how should the West learn to respect China? The Global Times (GT) interviewed Professor Zhang Weiwei (Zhang), Director of the China Institute of Fudan University, over these issues. Zhang, who also served as an English interpreter for former Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping and is a scholar who has travelled to more than 100 countries for doing research, has been focusing on Chinese studies for a long time.