Guo Feixiong's lawyers say they refused to appear in court after officials withheld several disks of evidence from them.
They want diversity training and open acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students.
Geng He says her husband needs to be reunited with his family in California.
A pro-Beijing group calls on students and staff to inform on those boycotting class in protest over a recent election ruling.
Local people march to government offices to complain over 'stinking gases' in residential areas.
Workers at a Taiwan-owned factory say their moon festival bonus has been slashed by 70 percent.
Guo Feixiong and Sun Desheng are scheduled to stand trial in Guangzhou on public order charges.
Relatives say their loved ones have been denied visits, lawyers and mooncakes ahead of the festival.
Wang Long says his Internet service provider is in breach of its service contract.
Zhang Lin is found guilty of public order charges by a court in Anhui province.
Corruption is widespread among state-controlled media organizations, analysts say.
A key member of the Occupy Central movement quits, claiming he is not under pressure from Beijing.
Analysts blame a recent switch to a catchment-based selection system for elementary schools in major cities.
Two activists and a rights lawyer are released 'on bail.'
Officials say no one who opposes Beijing can be considered as a candidate, while politicians say no real choice is being offered.
The move comes after new rules against spreading 'political news' via the Internet.
Pro-democracy activists and rights groups hit back as Beijing steps up pressure on the universal suffrage campaign.
The move comes ahead of a key announcement on the city's political future by Beijing.
Protestant church-goers are holding 24-hour vigils to protect churches amid a demolition campaign.
Hundreds protest outside government offices in a bid to receive subsistence payments after their fields are destroyed.
There are more people enlisted to manipulate online opinion than active members of the military, reports say.
The wife of one lawyer says police have tried to make her incriminate her husband.
Nian Bin is released after appealing to four separate courts over a forced confession.
Critics hit out at state-run broadcaster CCTV for subverting judicial processes.
'Perverted Chili Pepper' says he fears he will be detained by the authorities over his hard-hitting political satire.
Contracts leasing the grasslands still had 17 years to run, local residents say.
The defense attorneys believe the judge and prosecutors are incapable of offering their clients a fair trial.
The move is a tacit admission of a booming unofficial market in transplant organs.
The authorities have been targeting the entertainment industry in a recent campaign.
Pro-democracy campaigners say attendance figures were skewed to serve Beijing's agenda.