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BEIJING http://www.billsrookiestore.com/Bills-Zay-Jones-Jersey/ , May 17 (Xinhua) -- China on Wednesday denounced the name change of a Taiwan organization responsible for handling ties with Japan, urging Japan to abide by the one-China policy and not disturb China-Japan ties.


A ceremony was held in Taiwan Wednesday announcing the change of name from the Association of East Asian Relations to Taiwan-Japan Relations Association. Head of the Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association Mikio Numata, who is also Japan's chief representative to the island, attended the ceremony.


"There is only one China and Taiwan is a part of China," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said at a daily press briefing.


"We firmly oppose any countries that have forged diplomatic ties with China maintaining official relations with Taiwan in any form," Hua said.


She said the move attempts to raise the level of relations between Taiwan and Japan, with which China voices strong dissatisfaction.


Japan should abide by the principles set in the 1972 Sino-Japanese Joint Statement and its commitments to China in sticking to the one-China principle, Hua said.


"Japan should take concrete measures to redress this negative move, stop sending incorrect messages to Taiwan and the international community and not create new disturbance to China-Japan ties," said Hua.


"We also warn the Taiwan authorities that any attempts to establish 'two Chinas' or 'one China, one Taiwan' will fail," she said.


China has repeatedly said the one-China principle is the foundation of its relations with foreign countries and that no country should maintain official ties with Taiwan.


Earlier this year, Japan's Interchange Association, responsible for maintaining unofficial relations with Taiwan, changed its name to Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association, a move which drew strong criticism from China.


China and Japan forged diplomatic ties on Sept. 29, 1972. In December 1972, Tokyo established the Interchange Association while Taiwan set up the Association of East Asian Relations.




by Denis Elamu


JUBA, May 23 (Xinhua) -- South Sudanese Dinka and Murle pastoral communities late Tuesday signed peace agreement in Juba to end more than three months of fighting that had threatened to worsen insecurity in the restive Jonglei and Boma states.


This came after the escalation in fighting dragged in senior army officers from the South Sudan army (SPLA) helping to arm the Dinka community to fight against Murle in Pibor area over cattle raiding and child abduction that left the UN and officials wary of the deteriorating security situation.


The violence that killed hundreds of people on both sides amid worsening food insecurity due to blocking of the Juba-Bor-Pibor road drew the attention of President Salva Kiir, who delegated vice president Taban Deng Gai to help reconcile the two warring parties.


"We shall implement this agreement on cessation of hostilities and we are going to launch an investigation so that we know who participated in this crisis between the two youth," Deng said in Juba.


He said there was ongoing investigation into several army officers involved in fueling the violence, and that the insecurity in the area threatened to exacerbate ethnic violence in the region.


The UN mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) head David Shearer said increased violence have brought untold suffering on the population and that the humanitarian situation was now dire as thousands need food assistance.


The vice president said that within 30 days from signing of the peace deal there will be a general peace conference to bring the various communities in the region to discuss outstanding differences and review of progress.


Aviation maintenance industry in Xiamen yields 12.11 billion yuan in 2016


In pics: Hukou Waterfall of Yellow River in N China


Kindergarten in Hebei holds activity to greet Dragon Boat Festival


People visit painting exhibition at Suzhou Art Museum


Tourists visit lily garden in SW China's Guizhou


In pics: scenery of cliffs in Guoliang Village


Cheongsam lovers give performance in east China


Pic story: Technique of making Jianzhan porcelain




CHICAGO, March 28 (Xinhua) -- Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) grains futures closed higher on Tuesday as technical factors kicked in to provide support.


Wheat futures climbed in a light rebound from multi-month lows set on Monday, although forecasts for much-needed rains in the Plains wheat belt kept a lid on gains, analysts said.


Corn also firmed while soybeans were choppy as traders adjusted positions ahead of a pair of key crop reports due Friday from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.


The most active corn contract for May delivery rose 2 cents, or 0.56 percent, to 3.5775 dollars per bushel. May wheat delivery added 3.75 cents, or 0.89 percent to 4.245 dollars per bushel. May soybeans was up 0.5 cents, or 0.05 percent, to 9.72 dollars per bushel. In the outside markets, the Brent crude oil market is 0.89 dollar per barrel higher, the U.S. dollar is higher, and the Dow Jones Industrials are 100 points higher.


Cory Bratland, Kluis Commodities grain strategist, says that today's market activity features more of a bounce from oversold conditions along with lack of any new bearish news.


"Quiet trade, as traders position themselves ahead of the report out on Friday. Rallies, although very small, leading up to the report will be sold due to the large amount of bearish information out in the market place. " Bratland says.


WELLINGTON, March 23 (Xinhua) -- The New Zealand government was under fire again Monday for abusing its authority over the country 's intelligence services after one agency was alleged to have spied on foreign rivals during Trade Minister Tim Groser's failed bid to head the World Trade.

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