Pakistan state TV has apologised after broadcasting a speech by PM Imran Khan in China with a caption displaying the word "begging" instead of Beijing.
The typo appeared during a live address at the Central Party School in Beijing.
Mr Khan is in China for official meetings and is seeking billions of dollars in aid to help stave off a financial crisis.
The Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) later said it would take "strict action" against those responsible.
Pakistan is also seeking a bailout from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Following the "typographical error" broadcast at the weekend, PTV posted a short statement on Twitter describing the incident as "regrettable".