Wang Ling and her son Miao Juyou arrive in Bangkok to apply for resettlement after two fellow petitioners die in Henan.
Dang Xuan Dieu was released from prison, as authorities stopped Pham Thanh Nghien at the border with Cambodia.
The judge granted Din Puthy bail, but he faces travel restrictions over the incident.
Xi Jinping appears to fear that social unrest could undermine Communist Party rule ahead of a major political congress later in the year.
A newspaper with close ties to the ruling party says Tillerson's comments were unprofessional and that Beijing won't be intimidated.
Chinese and North Korean Traders are quietly shipping popular South Korean ramen and specialty barbecue sauces, a show of Seoul's soft power that bothers Pyongyang.
Hong Kong second-in-command Carrie Lam resigned on Thursday, signaling her intention to run for the city's top job in elections in March.
But civil society organizations says the reduction is an example of the country’s legal double standard.
The clashes are sparked by a dispute over suspected official corruption surrounding an urban redevelopment project in the southern city.