Sydney academic Feng Chongyi allowed to leave China

Feng Chongyi, a China studies academic at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), was conducting interviews for a human rights project.

"I'm not scared of them. I did not do anything illegal," he said after he was finally allowed to leave Guangzhou.

Dr Feng is an Australian permanent resident but retains a Chinese passport.

He travelled to China a month ago and was first questioned in Kunming in south-western Yunnan province, before twice being barred from flights leaving Guangzhou.

700 grade 12 students to sit for Unitech entry test

This was introduced this year by the PNG University of Technology.

Deputy Registrar, Student Administration, Henry Gioven revealed this recently and urges grade 12 school leavers in the country, who have filled their School Leaver Forms and indicated their choices to study at PNGUoT next year, to register and sit for this compulsory STAT-P test.

Pro Vice Chancellor, Academic, Dr. Augustine Moshi said if students do not sit for the test, they will not be considered for admission at PNGUoT in 2017.