People's Daily, the ruling communist party's mouthpiece, said that US should convey their words through positive actions.
When US president Barack Obama, expresses that they welcome a prosperous, flourishing China, good words must be backed up by actions, said the newspaper.
"This instability in relations will have a negative effect not only on bilateral ties but on the world, and that is not something anyone wants to see," claimed the newspaper.
The daily had said that with Obama's visit to China in 2009, US had started well in Sino-US relation but the controversies over US arms sales to Taiwan, Google Inc.and the value of the Chinese currency showed nothing had really changed in the United States.
The commentary had assured that if some US experts believe that China will be flexible on certain issues as relations between the two sides deepen, it would be wrong as possibility of more discord remains to come.
"The state of Sino-US relations directly impacts upon or even decides global peace and stability, especially in the Asia-Pacific region," stated the daily.
It also had included, "future ties to a large degree hinge upon whether Washington can control its 'impulses'."
"On cardinal questions of right and wrong, China has flinched neither in the past nor the present, and will not do so in the future," claimed the newspaper.