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YICHANG
, Oct. 2 (Xinhua) -- The Three Gorges Dam, the world's largest hydropower project, received the record number of daily visitors Thursday
, the second day of the week-long National Day holiday, authorities said.


As of 4:30 p.m., tourists to the Dam in Yichang city of central China's Hubei Province had reached 40
,000, the upper limit for a single day, China Three Gorges Corporation said in a press release.

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The previous record of daily tourists to the Dam was 35
,000, it said.


Of Thursday's tourists, 392 were international visitors and 39
,608 were domestic tourists, the document said.


It expected the number of visitors to remain high throughout the holiday week.


Starting from Sept. 25, the Three Gorges Dam opens for free to all Chinese tourists
, including overseas Chinese and those from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.


Tourists can make online reservation or walk up with an identity card. But the maximum number of tourists every day will be restricted to 40,000.


The dam receives an average of 1.8 million tourists every year
, about 15 million tourists since its completion in 2006.


The Three Gorges project is a multi-functional water control system, consisting of a 2,309 meter long
, 185 meter high dam, five tiers of locks, and 26 hydropower turbo-generators. It generated 82.8 billion kilowatt hours of electricity in 2013
, accounting for 1.55 percent of the country's gross power generation.




by Xinhua writer Luo Jun


BEIJING, Feb. 20 (Xinhua) -- A month into his presidency, Donald Trump has made some unexpected moves with foreign leaders and caused some disputes and concerns, but he seemed to be gradually finding his rhythm in foreign affairs and hopefully will stick to a win-win path.


The former successful business mogul, who is still coping with a political "cultural shock" in Washington, may find it relatively easier to put his negotiation skills to good use when dealing with foreign affairs.


The first phone call between Chinese President Xi Jinping and the U.S. president earlier this month has sent out some positive signals.


Trump said he fully understands the high significance of the U.S. government's pursuit of the one-China policy, and pledged to adhere to the one-China policy, a pledge which was warmly received by Xi.


Xi told Trump that China will work with the United States to enhance communication and cooperation so that bilateral ties can advance in a sound and stable manner and yield more fruits to benefit the two peoples and people of all countries in the world.


Affirming a stance on adherence to the one-China policy is a move that Trump must make sooner or later. But his choice of timing -- before a scheduled meeting between Trump and the nationalist Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe -- may have been carefully chosen to maximize U.S. interests, but in an all-win situation that satisfies all parties.


To Washington, demonstrating a friendly and cooperative relationship with Beijing before engaging in possibly difficult negotiations with Tokyo could be regarded as perfect leverage to pressure Abe for more economic benefits.


Tokyo expects some promises from Trump on the U.S.-Japan alliance to be possibly fulfilled, so Washington's leverage is more of a signal for it to show utmost sincerity and offer more economic contributions during the Trump-Abe meeting.


Yet Trump's one stone, two birds strategy is not a loss for Beijing. Respecting each other's core interests in sovereignty has always been a cornerstone of Sino-U.S. relations.


Such arrangements could help quell some doubts and show that the new U.S. president can be what he claims to be: a champion of negotiation.


Unlike those traditional politicians who are significantly influenced by Realism politics' zero-sum mindset, Trump, with his business background, could identify welcomel with China's win-win philosophy.


As Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma has pointed out recently, trade must be based on mutual trust and mutual benefit. Without trust and win-win, a business deal could not be reached.


There is a possibility that Trump's business background could give the U.S. president a fresh perspective on foreign policy, and produce more tangible results for the United States and China, two economic and political heavyweights, and for the world.


However, the new, non-traditional U.S. administration should also pay attention to walk its talk on constructive cooperation with China and other countries, so as to cement its much-needed credibility.




SEOUL, March 15 (Xinhua) -- Key figures of various social standings as welcomel as civic group activists in South Korea on Wednesday demanded the "impeachment" of Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) by people power, which had ousted former President Park Geun-hye.


Political, religious and academic figures held an emergency meeting in central Seoul along with civic activists and residents living near a site where the U.S. missile shield is scheduled to be deployed as early as next month.


A resolution, signed by about 700 figures including the participants, was announced to ask South Koreans to join their fight for peace in the Korean Peninsula and against the THAAD deployment in their soil, while asking major presidential contenders to make efforts to reconsider the deployment decision from the very beginning.


The date for a presidential election to succeed Park was set on May 9 as the constitutional .
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