The Global Times newspaper's criticism of the UK is stinging given that David Cameron has spent two days courting China's leaders.
David Cameron's visit to China has not been easy to arrange with the pressure for the trip coming from the British.
David Cameron hopes to mend relations with China as he brings a large trade delegation with him.
A two-year-old boy was pulled to safety after accidentally falling into a deserted will in China.
The boy was stuck around ten meters below ground in Kaifeng County in central China's Henan Province.
Rescuers supplied oxygen to the child before a firefighter was sent headfirst down the well with a safety rope attached to his waist to pull the boy to safety.
He suffered scratches and was sent to hospital for further examination, according to medical workers at the site.
Responding to accusations that he is more like a businessman and less like a politician during a trade visit to China, David Cameron said: "We have got to get out there and bat for Britain.
"That's why I've led trade missions to China - twice, India - three times, Saudi Arabia - twice and I'll go on doing that because if there's a contract to win, if there's an order to get, if there are jobs to secure for Britain, I want to be there helping anyway I can."
David Cameron was asked to sign a bike at British brand Brompton during his trade visit to China. The Prime Minister earlier tweeted that the trip had so far led to £5.6 billion in business deals being agreed between the UK and China.
David Cameron has appeared to rule out tax cuts for high earners until the end of the decade in an interview with newspapers in China.
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, the Prime Minister said it would have to wait until the deficit was “dealt with”.
He said: “I’m a low-tax Tory, I believe in allowing people to keep more of their own money to spend as they choose; that’s a very important part of my political views, always has been and always will be.
“But I’m also a fiscal conservative. I believe the first duty of government is to safeguard our economy, and the economy isn’t safeguarded properly until you deal with your deficit.”
David Cameron has tweeted that his his China trade visit has so far led to £5.6 billion in business deals.
We've left Shanghai and are now in Chengdu. After 2 days of #UKChina we've done £5.6 billion in business deals.
The UK has made an agreement with China to export £45 million worth of pig semen during David Cameron's trade visit to the country.
A Downing Street spokesperson said: "We're doing all we can to ensure that businesses up and down the country reap the rewards from our relationship with China. And that includes our pig farmers.
"This new deal to export pig semen will be worth £45 million to UK firms and means Britain's best pigs will help sustain the largest pig population in the world.
"And we're not stopping there, we're talking to the Chinese about serving up pigs trotters on Beijing's finest dining tables. That would be a real win-win - a multi-million pound boost for Britain and a gastronomic treat for Chinese diners.”
The semen exports are expected to begin in 2014.
The UK is seeking formal dialogue with China on cyber-security, to address concerns over issues like hacking, industrial espionage, disruption of services and invasion of privacy.
David Cameron raised the issue in talks with Chinese prime minister Li Keqiang during his visit to the far eastern country, which has long been the focus of allegations about illicit use of cyberspace.
The Prime Minister said Britain and China should work together on making the internet function properly to drive the economy forward without undermining privacy or security.
Speaking to reporters in Shanghai, Mr Cameron said: "I think that a proper cyber dialogue between countries is necessary and I have raised this with the Chinese leadership - that we need to properly discuss these issues. It is an issue of mutual concern and one that we should be discussing."
UK Government sources said that Mr Li showed a "readiness to engage" on the issue..
Police in China has rescued two men after they spent more than a day trapped underground in a grave they were attempting to rob.
Five suspected grave robbers were excavating a tomb dating back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907) in the county of Fuping when two of them became stuck in a chamber 20 meters underground.
Police came to the site to find the two trapped men had spent more than 24 hours in the chamber with the fear of a cave-in and lack of oxygen.
Police said rescuers with oxygen tank spent more than an hour to find out the exact location of the two men who had been calling for help and waving flashlights.
All five suspects were detained and further investigation into the case is underway.