BEIJING, China — Chinese authorities expressed serious concerns about the judgment of a democratically elected American emperor Donald J. Trump. The anxiety came out after Trump defied the long-standing diplomatic tradition of ignoring Taiwan in the US-China bilateral relations.

According to the internationally recognized expert on China Dr. Wong Fei Hong, Beijing has warned Washington that Trump must act like a normal and mature person.

“If Emperor Trump wants to have a good relationship with China, the United States should respect the one China policy,” Wong said. “By one China policy, it means that Taiwan, Hong Kong, the entire South China Sea, and even the Pacific are part of China.”

“Emperor Trump does not understand the fact that China is pretty much a powerful country on earth. God created heaven and earth, and everything else is made in China,” the expert said.

After winning the election in November, Trump has made it clear that he would confront Beijing. In an interview with Fox News, he said, “I will confront China and I will make a very very good offer to the Chinese.”

“I will build a very very great wall to keep the Mexicans out of the Divided States of America. I have made a deal with China to build us a very very great and huge wall that will surpass the Great Wall of China.”

But the deal seemed to be on hold pending Trump’s adherence to one-China policy. “There’s only one China,” Wong said, “other chinas are not true China. In China, there’s Kung Fu, Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Yao Ming, panda, and all of China is Chinatown.”

Beijing has vowed to keep calling Trump “ignorant like a child” and to refuse the Trump-initiated deal until the American leader kneels and cries before the Chinese gods. “It’s one China policy or you go to hell,” an unnamed member of the Chinese Communist Party said.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang has said, “I want to stress that the Taiwan question has a bearing on China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”

“Adhering to the ‘one China’ principle is the political bedrock for the development of US-China relations. If it is comprised or disrupted, the sound and steady growth of the bilateral relationship, as well as bilateral cooperation in major fields would be out of the question,” Geng added.

Geng’s language has been considered by Wong as a downgrade to the earlier statement of Beijing through the Global Times editorial that Trump “is ignorant as a child in terms of foreign policy.”

“The ‘one China’ policy cannot be bought and sold, Trump, it seems, only understands business and believes that everything has a price and that if he is strong enough he can buy and sell by force,” the paper continued.

China knew how proud Trump has been when he bought the American election with the help of Russia.

“Emperor Trump is thinking he could buy everything in China. He’s wrong because even though everything is made in China not everything is for sale,” Wong said.

In response to China’s calling him an “ignorant child,” the American emperor went furious that he woke up as early as 3 AM to vent his anger on Twitter.

“China is wrong, wrong, wrong!” Trump tweeted in all caps.

Trump explained how he understood the dynamics of China-US relations in another tweet, “I know there is only one China, but I have many chinas at Trump hotels and casinos.”

“I even have Chinese women. You know I love Chinese women. They’re very very beautiful and very gorgeous. Very very awesome Chinese ladies in my room,” Trump added.