Beijing lodged a formal complaint with Washington after Mr Trump broke with decades of diplomatic precedent by speaking on the phone with Taiwan's leader Tsai Ing-wen.
A man reads a newspaper with the headline "U.S. President-elect Donald Trump delivers a mighty shock to America" at a news stand in Beijing.
Meanwhile, China's state-run Global Times newspaper has warned U.S. business could be targeted for retaliation in any trade war ushered in by Donald Trump.
"We look forward to working hard with the new USA government, adhering to no clashes and no confrontation", she told a separate briefing.
The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) on Thursday urged the incoming usa administration of Donald Trump to support Taipei's continued efforts to maintain cross-strait peace and reiterated that Taiwan should not be used as a bargaining chip in the relationship between the United States and China.
Wu Xinbo, director of the Centre for American Studies at Shanghai's Fudan University, said China was well-prepared for the incoming United States president, "who is not a man that plays by the rules".
"The arrogant Trump team has underestimated China's ability to retaliate".
Beijing and Washington have also tangled repeatedly over China's assertions of its territorial claims in the South China Sea, including man-made islands equipped with airstrips and military facilities.
Without mentioning Mr Trump or the United States by name, President Xi criticised those who argued that globalisation had cost jobs in the West and warned: "No one will emerge a victor in a trade war".
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Some in Canada's Taiwanese community fear China could use a strained relationship with the US and the Liberal government's desire for better trade relations to pressure Canada to abandon Taiwan. China could also reduce the imports of U.S. agricultural products, Shen said.
A Taiwanese delegation is scheduled to attend Trump's presidential inauguration which is scheduled to take place on January 20, Friday. "Therefore, there's no need for China to take his remarks seriously or further respond to what he said".
Propaganda officials have ordered the press only to use reports on the ceremony written by central state media, according to several Chinese journalists.
"Not everything in the world can be bargained or traded off", Hua told reporters.
Despite this, Zhang Wensheng a professor in Taiwanese affairs at Xiamen University, said that You should not expect much from the visit, due to the likelihood that Trump's position would change again when he takes office.
Balding says more leverage is needed to resolve some long-standing complaints many countries have about doing business with China - despite the Chinese leadership making promises to the contrary.
World capitals are preparing themselves for the uncertainty that a Donald Trump presidency is set to unleash.
China, the world's top goods exporter, is heavily dependent on free trade and would be hit hard by a new wave of protectionism and a broader backlash against globalization.
Beijing-based political commentator Zha Jianguo said that while there is no love lost between Trump and the Communist Party, Beijing wants to avoid further exacerbating bilateral tensions.