domestic affairs na.家事；内政
domestic [də'mestɪk] adj.本国的；国内的；家用的；家庭的
Affairs [ə'fer] n.事务；事件；事态
China on Thursday blasted a new US law that allegedly aims to promote US personnel's access to Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, saying the law is a "gross interference" in China's domestic affairs.
China resolutely opposes the law, saying it will "severely damage" communication and cooperation between the two countries in key areas, China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said at a daily briefing on Thursday.
China hit back yesterday at Mr Bush, calling his remarks an interference in its domestic affairs.
As we've said many times, we encourage all claimants to pursue peaceful and diplomatic approaches to maritime and territorial disputes in the South China Sea.