The Shanghai-based activist says the police owe him 17 computers.
Beijing appears concerned over its communist ally's ability to repay loans.
A court withdraws an earlier charge of corruption.
Under the agreement, the opposition will end a boycott of parliament in return for electoral reforms by the government.
Rights groups say the public is confused over the law on trade in endangered animal parts.
Some fear a public trial will harm the party's image, China expert says.
A pro-government online army is launching attacks on the site.
She and her family fled after being denied permission to board a flight in Beijing.
Free Tibet says it has identified about 100 accounts carrying false Western names and profile photos.
AIDS activist Wan Yanhai says the segregation of HIV-positive inmates in China's prisons will fuel discrimination.
The phantom commodities are sought at Qingdao port.
The ruling and opposition parties issue joint statement to defuse tensions following violent protests.
Increasingly, parents who can’t handle these costs are turning to private tutors to educate their children.
He calls on international community to address the ‘deplorable” situation.
President Thein Sein’s adviser speaks about the challenges facing the country’s education system
Wang Peng was told to get out after he tried to highlight what he says are unfair population controls.
Critics say the guards won't stop people taking revenge on an 'unjust society.'
Rights groups find no evidence to suggest any of the seven arrested lawmakers incited or participated in violence.
She discusses pressing issues with the government’s rights commission.
Residents say discriminatory policies provoked the incident.
A leaked judgment jailing Huang Wenxun for four years fuels fears for two of his fellow activists.
The monk had cited restrictions imposed on Tibetan monasteries.
Comite de Apoyo al Tibet vows to bring the case to the Constitutional Court and Supreme Court.
Rights campaigners say the authorities resort to "gangster tactics" when they can't find a criminal charge to pin on them.
The rig had operated there for more than two months, damaging bilateral relations.
He had served two years for taking part in protests challenging China's rule.
The group is accused of inciting violence.
One group drinks the poison in a police station while another takes pesticide outside a newspaper headquarters.
Also in Guangdong, one of three lawyers charged with subversion reports deteriorating health.
The sentence has drawn the ire of local media.