Monday's summary of top stories in Chinese and foreign press on China's politics, society, economy and foreign affairs
Ta Kung Pao*
Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chung-ying rejects British interference with election reform.
Macau Daily Times
The Electoral Affairs Commission "is not entitled to interfere in the lists’ political programs".
CCTV broadcasts Charles Xue's confession.
Editorial: Detained civil society activist Wang Gongquan does not deserve unconditional support.
Yangzi Evening Post*
Nanjing pledges to fire officials caught spending government funds for mid-autumn festival.
China National Radio*
There are two unknown millionaires for every known millionaire in China, estimates a Hurun report.
Yanzhao Metropolis Daily*
Every three minutes a person in Hebei is diagnosed with a malignant tumour.
Activist scholar Yu Jianrong moves to Guizhou to advise a village.
Wall Street Journal
Shanghai free-trade dreams set to be dashed amid uncertainty.
China's investment in exploration of oil and gas resources is expected to stand at 80 billion yuan this year.
Despite diminishing returns on investment and much-dreaded industrial overcapacity, demand for loans remains strong in China.
Porsche expects growth to accelerate next year in China.
Jamestown Foundation China Brief
Russia's efforts to maintain and improve its relations with China are unintentionally shifting the balance of power in the Asia-Pacific in China’s favour.
Iran sees Russia, China as key players to resolve Middle East crises.
The US decides against sending standing officials to informal Six Party Talks meeting in Beijing on Wednesday.
The Standard (Kenya)
China is expected to top Kenya's tourist ranking by 2016.
* denotes articles in Chinese language.