Air India's practice of changing "Taiwan" to "Chinese Taipei" on its website deserves recognition, a Chinese Foreign Ministry1 spokesperson said Thursday. 中国外交部一位发言人周四表示，印度航空在网站上将“台湾”改成“中国台北”的做法值得认可。 Air India, India's national carrier, recently changed the designation of "Taiwan" to "Chinese Taipei" on its website. "The Chinese government's position on this issue is very clear. India and other countries are also very clear about this," spokesperson Lu Kang told a regular press briefing. He said Air India's practice showed "respect for the objective fact, common sense and international consensus2 that there is only one China in the world and that Taiwan is a part of China." "Respecting China's sovereignty and territorial3 integrity, abiding4 by Chinese law and respecting Chinese people's feelings are the fundamental guidelines for any foreign enterprise operating in China," Lu noted5.