Public to Receive Information on Food Additives
   2014-06-12 11:26:51    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Wang Mengzhen


 

THE BEIJING NEWS

China Rejects Japan's Protest over 'Comfort Women'

China rejected Japan's call for it to withdraw an application to register records of Japan's wartime sex slaves with UNESCO.

Japan's government spokesman said that Japan had lodged a protest over the application and had asked China to withdraw it.

Historians estimate that 200,000 women were forced into sexual servitude by Japanese forces during WWII, most of them from countries invaded by Japan at that time.

BEIJING MORNING POST

Academicians' Misconduct Not Tolerated

Chinese academic authorities announced new rules for the election of China's top academics.
According to the new rules, scholars who commit academic mis-conduct and fraud will be sacked.

Authorities say the reform is a critical step in de-administration in the field of academy.

SOUTH CHINA METROPOLITAN DAILY

Death-leap Official Leaves Graft Denial

An official in Hunan province who died after jumping from his office building left a note saying he was the innocent party in an anti-graft investigation.
He said in the suicide not that he was merely following his leaders' instructions in the corruption case .

Family members took Yang's coffin to his office building to seek "justice" from the local authorities.

THE BEIJING TIMES

Public to Receive Information on Food Additives

The National Health and Family Planning Commission will launch software on its website that will enable the public to look up information about food additives.

Food safety officials said people will be able to find the function of the additive and safety use limit.

Officials said food new safety standards are scheduled to be introduced soon.

SHANGHAI DAILY

Kindergarten Security Guard Held for Molesting Girls

Police said a security guard at a kindergarten in Shanghai has been detained on suspicion of molesting three girls aged 5 and 6.

Relatives of the three families went to the kindergarten and tackled the 47-year-old guard over the allegations.

The man is said to have begged the relatives not to report him and even offered them a payoff. They declined and called the police who took the man in for questioning.

GLOBAL TIMES

Anti-terror Volunteers to Be Fully Insured

Beijing's public security volunteers, part of the capital's anti-terrorism campaign, will receive a generous amount of accident insurance.

The volunteers have been mobilized in Beijing to patrol main streets and help police with safety inspections.

Authorities said so far no volunteer has received any terrorist threats and future volunteers will receive the same insurance.

CHINA DAILY

Xinjiang Students to Have Free Education

Chinese central government sets to roll out a free education policy next year in southern Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

Local schools said the free education policy is especially important in the region.

Education scholars said free education in high schools will lift the enrollment rate and prevent them from being brainwashed by the extreme thoughts behind terrorism.

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