China's long-awaited mental health law still has "loopholes" for abuse, says a rights group.
Chinese citizens face a nationwide clampdown ahead of a key meeting of the Communist Party.
Chinese authorities round up participants in mass protests against a plant that would produce toxic chemicals.
The Chinese premier's lawyers dispute a New York Times report that his family has amassed vast wealth.
Officials in eastern China say they will suspend a plant producing toxic chemicals following mass protests.
Report says Premier Wen Jiabao's wife and relatives control assets worth at least U.S.$2.7 billion.
A netizen says the son of a police chief in northern China is using his connections to escape punishment.
The blind Chinese activist says Beijing is still seeking revenge against him six months after his escape from house arrest.
The Chinese dissident is kept under house arrest as his health situation worsens.
Experts say omitting the former leader's name from the Communist Party constitution has little to do with reform.
The wife of a Mongolian activist under house arrest says his mental state is rapidly deteriorating.
Chinese lawyer Ni Yulan is affected by thyroid tumor while serving a jail sentence.
Leftist members of the ruling Chinese Communist Party pen an open letter backing the fallen political star.
Armed police surround a southern Chinese township after clashes over a proposed coal-fired power plant.
The Tianwang site founded by Chinese rights activist Huang Qi suffers a 'premeditated' cyberattack.
The joint exercises with coast guard and fishing vessels comes ahead of leadership change in China and Japan.
Discussion of reforms in China's state media fosters speculation about Beijing's next generation of leaders.
The two men are arrested after calling for an end to China's 're-education through labor' system.
A China-based manufacturer of iPhones admits to employing 14-year-olds as laborers.
A Chinese woman who goes to complain about her local government is sent to a psychiatric institution instead.
Blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng's brother asks a court for information about an attack on his son.
The burning protest highlights the issue of rising forced evictions in China.
Chinese netizens are not as kind to the late Cambodian king as their leaders.
Chinese activists face stricter controls in the run-up to the country's once-in-a-decade leadership transition.
He says that Chinese officials attacked his family to retaliate for the escape of a high-profile dissident.
An award-winning Chinese writer departs from the official line on a jailed dissident.
The retired forestry official is accused of illegally publishing a book about environmental conflicts.
A Chinese writer makes history by capturing the Nobel Prize for Literature but some critics wonder whether he deserves it.
Chinese officials look the other way as construction firms violently remove residents from sites marked for development.
A new report says China’s government is losing touch with the needs of its people.