Free Press Journal
  • Chinese school principal fired over sex abuse

    Beijing:  The principal of a private school in China has been fired after he allegedly sexually abused a student, a media report said Friday.

  • China blasts ‘hypocrisy’ of Dalai Lama

    Beijing:  China has criticized the Dalai Lama’s “separatist activities” in Japan and alleged collusion with Japanese right-wing forces in a new attack on the Tibetan spiritual leader.

  • Tibetans ask China to discuss self-immolation

    Dharamsala: As five more people immolated themselves in Tibet, the Tibetan parliament-in-exile Thursday asked China to discuss the spate of self-immolation protests.

  • China’s political system like a remote: Daily

    Beijing:  China’s political system is like “a remote” where the right buttons are not always pressed but which is “generally successful”, a state-run Chinese daily said Friday, days ahead of the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC).

  • India-China trade blooms, but trust deficit festers (50 years after 1962)

    New Delhi:  Fifty years after the 1962 war, India has fashioned a pragmatic model of cooperation with China, placing economics above politics, but it has to bolster its diplomatic game and military capability to deal with an assertive Beijing, say China watchers.

  • India, China slowdown pulls down Asia

    Washington: Weaker momentum in Asia’s growth engines, China and India, coupled with setbacks in the recovery in advanced economies, has slowed down growth in the region, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Friday.

  • China builds $477 mn Buddhist-themed park

    Beijing: A Buddhism-themed park is being constructed in China’s Gansu province at a cost of around three billion yuan ($477 million), Xinhua reported.

  • 18 students killed in China landslide

    Beijing: At least 19 people, including 18 students, were killed when a landslide slammed into a primary school in southwest China’s Yunnan province, authorities said Friday.