Xi underscores adherence to "one country, two systems"

President Xi Jinping on Friday reaffirmed the central government's long-term and unswerving adherence to the principle of "one country, two systems" in Hong Kong and Macao, when he met with the chief executives of the two special administrative regions (SARs).

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Economic cooperation emphasized by Chinese, US businessmen in Houston

Bilateral economic cooperation between the United States and China was emphasized by officials and businessmen at a business gathering on Friday in Houston.

Hungary could be seeing a lot more Chinese tourists in future

Chinese travel platform, Ctrip, have signed a deal with the Hungarian Tourism Agency.

Best employers in China revealed

The annual "China Best Employer Award" was organized by Zhaopin together with Peking University Social Survey Research Center.

Bike-sharing giant claims one million yuan in compensation for illegal ads

Chinese bike-sharing giant Mobike has sought one million yuan (around $151,000 U.S. dollars) in compensation from a Shanghai-based company for illegally putting advertisements on its bicycles, reports Beijing Youth Daily.

China's first unmanned subway line about to open

The first unmanned subway line in China will be opened to passengers by the end of the year after successfully completing several test runs.

Chinese electric car plant to be built in Morocco

Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer BYD has revealed plans for a new factory in Tangier. The factory will build battery and alternatively powered cars, vans and trucks in the Northern Moroccan coastal city.

Beijing to cut back on license plates

Beijing will further reduce the number of new vehicle license-plates it issues in the next three years - a move to reduce traffic gridlock and ease air pollution - authorities announced on Friday.

UN chief warns against military action on Korean Peninsula

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Friday expressed concern over risk of military confrontation on the Korean Peninsula and warned against any military action.

China, Mekong countries to have more pragmatic cooperation

Senior foreign affairs officials from China, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam on Friday agreed to deepen pragmatic cooperation to benefit their people.

UNWTO chief highlights China's role in international tourism growth

Taleb Rifai, secretary general of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), highlighted the role China has played in the continued growth of international tourism, at a meeting with the press on Friday. 

SpaceX launches space station cargo with "used" rocket, capsule

Private U.S. company SpaceX took another big step in its push for reusability on Friday by launching a resupply mission to the International Space Station with a rocket and spacecraft that have both flown previously.

Chinese sailors win two medals at 2017 Youth Sailing World Championships

The 2017 Youth Sailing World Championships concluded on Friday in Sanya, Hainan Province. Chinese sailors Chen Hao and Yu Ting won a silver and a bronze medal in boy's and girl's RS:X respectively.

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