Chinese authorities harass and detain activists suspected of calling for protests.
An online campaign calling for protests triggers heavy police presence in Chinese cities.
Authorities in China block online searches for the U.S. ambassador.
Chinese Buddhist sculptures from a damaged site are highlighted in a Washington musem exhibit.
Chinese authorities have brought cases against a number of activists calling for political change.
Rights groups and a former party official say China is blocking information about protests in the Middle East.
China's media limit reporting on the Libyan crisis to concerns over social chaos and financial costs.
Authorities in China round up activists amid popular uprisings in the Middle East.
The resignation of a Chinese company's top executive may restore public confidence in the firm.
But a swift crackdown underlines Beijing's anxiety amid rising pro-democracy protests in the Middle East.
Few turn out for Middle East-inspired protests in China amid heavy police presence.
Nobel laureate's wife briefly breaks silence in first online chat after four months.
Those behind the song say it was meant to "educate" local people while backing the Egyptian revolt.
China says the U.S. employs double standards in its policy on Internet freedom.
Provincial Chinese authorities harass teachers who take complaints to the central government.
Chinese authorities are increasingly harassing supporters of a blind activist under house arrest.
Chinese authorities, concerned over domestic security, seek to limit public support for the Egyptian revolution.
A new report says China imprisoned the most reporters in the world in 2010.
Washington says Internet curbs will not be allowed to hold back calls for freedom.
The most populous nation overtakes Japan to become the world's second largest economy.
China's government fears comparisons with the 1989 Tiananmen pro-democracy movement.
The high-level Chinese official is under investigation for corruption.
Initiative seeks to reunite Chinese parents with their missing children.
Rights groups call the action "brutal" amid concerns over the condition of the couple.
Chinese activist sought to call attention to the plight of people living with HIV in China.
It depicts tight surveillance and restriction around family home.
They steal information on operations, bids for oil fields and financing.
China may have stepped up spying on Taiwan despite improved ties with the self-governing island.
The children of China’s revolutionary leaders want elections.
A Mongolian activist from China has disappeared after two months of house arrest.