Along with suspending visits by official US military ships and aircraft, Hua said China would sanction organizations including the National Endowment for Democracy, the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, Human Rights Watch, the International Republican Institute, Freedom House, and others that she said had "performed badly" in the Hong Kong unrest.
Pro-democracy protesters take part in a "March of Gratitude" rally on Sunday to say thank you to the US for signing legislation that authorizes sanctions on Chinese and Hong Kong officials involved in human rights abuses.
China's United Nations mission in Geneva said the article interferes in China's internal affairs and exerts pressure on Hong Kong's government and police, which "will only embolden the rioters to conduct more severe radical violence".
A protester wears an American flag scarf during one of the rallies, appealing to U.S. President Donald Trump for his government's continued support.
"These young protesters are not the culprits behind the chaos in Hong Kong", said Chan, holding an umbrella and in a black mask - items that have come to characterize the protests.More news: Migration issue is politically urgent for EU Commission leader
The US-headquartered NGOs targeted by Beijing include the National Endowment for Democracy, the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, the International Republican Institute, Human Rights Watch, and Freedom House.
"I appeal the government to take important confidence-building measures, including a proper independent and impartial judge-led investigation into reports of excessive use of force by the police", Bachelet wrote in an opinion piece in the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post newspaper on Saturday.
China has long accused foreign groups and governments of fomenting the 6-month-old demonstrations in Hong Kong, singling out the USA, former colonial overlord Britain, and democratic, self-governing Taiwan, which China claims as its own territory to be annexed by force if necessary.
However, it sends a signal that US-China tensions will continue to deepen, he told AFP news agency.
Hong Kong protesters have thanked the president and the USA for their support.More news: Apple may provide Airpods with its 2020 iPhones
Demonstrators are angered by what they see as Chinese Communist Party (CCP) interference in freedoms promised when Britain returned Hong Kong to Beijing in 1997.
Although China continues to push the narrative it alone has the solution to Hong Kong's manifest social problems, local residents are looking elsewhere for answers because they resoundingly reject Chinese identity.
Reports said almost 6,000 people in Hong Kong have been arrested since the beginning of the protests, which started in March.
Hong Kong's protests have been relatively peaceful during the two weeks around the November 24 elections, but Sunday's disruption indicated there may be more violence if Lam fails to yield to protesters' demands. Few of the groups have staff on China's mainland.
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