A former aide to late, disgraced Chinese premier Zhao Ziyang shares his personal memories of Liu Xiaobo, and the optimism that surrounded the Charter 08 project.
Witnesses say Liu's intervention at Tiananmen Square in June 1989, likely helped hundreds escape being gunned down by soldiers.
A government plan calls for doubling pipeline deliveries next year.
Enforcement could mark a turning point for the country's environmental goals.
The former aide to a late, ousted Chinese premier calls on President Xi Jinping to grant an amnesty to the terminally ill jailed Nobel laureate.
Debate rages over export of industrial overcapacity.
Pledges mount along with economic risks.
Non-conventional means of expanding into contested or international waters worries neighbors and naval experts.
Experts see little change in state controls.
Degraded marine environment in a source of protein for millions of people finally gets attention from China after years of destructive activities.
Inspectors find emissions violations at two-thirds of companies.
A veteran dissident jailed after the 1979 Democracy Wall movement and the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests looks back 28 years to a summer that ended in bloodshed.
A capacity glut defies government claims.
Despite deep pockets and eager U.S. film industry, new films weighed down by censorship, self-censorship and clunky Chinese propaganda.
New regulations could stifle growth.
China has been spending billions of dollars to improve its image across the world, but with mixed results so far.
The government’s policy ignores security implications.
A surge in unregulated lending triggers alarm.
Steel and heavy industry provide GDP boost.
The investment rush leads to arrests.
The government calls for industrial cuts.
Island diversifies after Beijing limits tour groups over displeasure with Taiwan's president.
Overseas investments may defy rules.
The government fears law could threaten stability.
Experts question official coal data.
A pipeline through Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan has been postponed "indefinitely."
A crackdown on "crocodiles" signals a regulatory shift.
Local violators resist environmental controls.
Much of the secretive nation's early history has been airbrushed to serve the regime's current propaganda and control needs.
Reserves are now sagging below strategic levels in support of the yuan.