China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Zhao Lijian, also criticized the diplomatic boycott saying that China will take "resolute countermeasures."
China's Washington D.C. also tweeted that "no one would care about whether these people come or not."
The White House said China's cooperation on global issues such as climate change "is not a favor" to the United States.
China's former envoy to London accused the United States of "political posturing" despite having not been invited to next year's Winter Olympics.
The boycott does not extend to athletes, and White House press secretary Jen Psaki said competitors will have the country's "full support."
"If the U.S. side is bent on going its own way, China will take firm countermeasures," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said.
The diplomatic boycott is not a full one—meaning it wouldn't prevent U.S. athletes from competing in the Winter Games.
International demands for proof that the tennis star is safe led to another video call between the IOC and Peng Shuai on Wednesday.
Officials projected the 2030 Winter Olympics to cost between $2.5-$2.65 billion. The recent Tokyo Summer Olympics was $15.4 billion, but some think it was more.
Biden told reporters Thursday that a diplomatic boycott of the winter event is "something we're considering."
"The WTA and the rest of the world need independent and verifiable proof that she is safe," wrote Steve Simon, chairman and CEO of WTA.
"For me, it's just finding out what I really want to do," Biles said, adding that she is not sure whether the break will be temporary or permanent.
Beijing 2022 is a rare moment for the Greek government to honor our past and take a stand against the International Olympic Committee and the Chinese government's distortion of our most sacred, Indigenous heritage.
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta called the death of the 25-year-old runner "utterly unfortunate and very sad."
Viewers and athletes alike deserve the best the Olympics has to offer. With the current IOC leadership, we're not getting it.
The gold-medal swimmer admitted to disposing of the phone he used as well as the jacket we wore during the Capitol riot.
The most decorated American gymnast of all-time, Simone Biles, has opened up about Larry Nassar's abuse and revealed she "should have quit way before Tokyo."
"There used to be a silver September and a golden October for travel, but now we have nothing," said Wang Hui, a travel agency manager.
If you are ever assaulted, inevitably people will ask, "But did you call the police?"
Simone Biles and other elite U.S. gymnasts will testify before Congress over the FBI's investigation into sexual abuse by former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar.
The FBI's failure to notify its field office in Michigan about the complaints against the former USA Gymnastics team doctor reportedly enabled him to continue abusing at least 70 girls.
Elected officials in the United States and elsewhere have discussed the possibility of a "diplomatic boycott," but campaigners say the plan is not enough.
The Tokyo Paralympic Games begin on Tuesday with the opening ceremony. They will feature 539 events across 22 sports. Here's how to watch the Paralympics live on TV and online.
"If those [doping] rules do change, I'm just blessed and proud of the fact I could do that for other athletes," Richardson said.
Sha'Carri Richardson, who was banned from the Tokyo Summer Olympics after testing positive for marijuana, said that all haters must be "cute at least."
So far 74 COVID-19 cases have been linked to the Paralympic Games, which get underway on Tuesday in Tokyo, Japan.
Maria Andrejczyk, who won silver in the women's javelin throw at the Tokyo 2020 Games, auctioned her medal to pay for heart surgery for a Polish baby.