Chinese authorities block candidates seeking to run for office outside Communist Party control.
A court hands down the sentence following an expose of China's 'black jails.'
Chinese netizens campaign against the extraction of bile from live animals for use in traditional medicine.
Chinese authorities confiscate 'historical, theoretical' works that were openly sold in bookstores.
Substandard procedures in local clinics may have led to an increase in Chinese hepatitis C cases.
Authorities seek to influence online opinion following a standoff in a southern Chinese village.
Remarks by the Taiwanese-American basketball star's grandmother affects his popularity among Chinese.
Retired officers say the Chinese military should step in to take on corruption.
Retired workers in central China demand higher monthly stipends amidst rising inflation.
Approval ratings fall for a candidate in upcoming elections for Hong Kong chief executive.
Villagers in a southwestern Chinese province receive no compensation three years after their homes were destroyed to make way for a dam project.
The Chinese dissident is besieged by police as he leaves a computer store.
Land protests in an eastern Chinese province are reminiscent of the recent dispute in the rebel Guangdong village of Wukan.
The White House raises with Chinese officials the issue of a visa refusal for a U.S. religious freedom envoy.
Chinese netizens say a businesswoman was unfairly targeted.
Speculation is rife that the former Chinese city police chief has cut a deal to give evidence implicating a rising political star.
Election is widely believed to be controlled by Beijing.
China's leader-in-waiting is told that Washington will not bury human rights issues.
The rights activist's mother hasn't left the family home and his daughter hasn't shown up at school since late January.
Plans to close down a mall in an eastern Chinese province triggers demonstrations.
A high-ranking Chinese official goes on 'sick leave' after making a bid for asylum in the U.S.
China's leader-in-waiting begins a U.S. visit.
A veteran Chinese dissident is the latest in a string of political activists to receive heavy jail terms for 'subversion.'
Chinese workers work long hours for little pay, poor food, report charges.
Authorities in southern China try an independent candidate who hoped to stand for local parliamentary elections.
The news prompts speculation that he is under investigation by China's Communist Party.
Authorities restrict coverage of grassroots elections brought about through unrest in a southern Chinese village.
China’s ruling Communist Party wants to set up branches at all major microblogging sites.
Some draw parallels with Beijing's uncertainty over Libya while others say China should not interfere in Syrian affairs.
Authorities in a Chinese province urge increased vigilance, censorship ahead of an important national meeting.