The nation’s space station had two “close experiences” with Starlink satellites this year, Beijing guaranteed.
The occurrences behind the grumblings, stopped with the UN’s space organization, have not yet been autonomously confirmed.
Starlink is a satellite web network worked by Mr Musk’s SpaceX.
Mr Musk is notable in China even as his electric carmaker Tesla goes under developing investigation from controllers.
The episodes happened on 1 July and 21 October, as indicated by a record put together by China this month to the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs.
“For security reasons, the China Space Station executed preventive crash evasion control,” Beijing said in the record distributed on the office’s site.
SpaceX didn’t quickly react to a solicitation for input from the BBC.
Later the objection was unveiled, Mr Musk, Starlink and the US were intensely scrutinized on China’s Twitter-like Weibo microblogging stage.
One client portrayed Starlink’s satellites as “simply a heap of room garbage”.
The satellites are “American space fighting weapons” and “Musk is a new ‘weapon’ made by the US government and military”, others said.
One more posted: “The dangers of Starlink are in effect progressively uncovered, the entire human race will pay for their business exercises.”
China likewise blamed the US for placing space explorers in peril by disregarding commitments under space arrangements.
Unfamiliar service representative Zhao Lijian said China was asking the US to act mindfully.
Researchers have voiced worries about the dangers of impacts in space and approached world states to share data about the assessed 30,000 satellites and other space trash that are circling Earth.
SpaceX has effectively sent off very nearly 1,900 satellites as a component of the Starlink organization, and plans to convey thousands more.
Last month, the US space office Nasa unexpectedly delayed a spacewalk from the International Space Station over worries about space flotsam and jetsam.