The German Chancellor gets assurances from the Chinese on possible new European bond purchases.
Fighting escalates in northern Burma's resource-rich Kachin state.
The Burmese government seeks legislative approval to abolish the Ministry of Industrial Development.
A North Korea expert says Pyongyang may for the first time begin embracing economic reforms.
Chinese workers come under pressure in the Shenzhen factory zone.
A Chinese woman tells of her family's experience in the accident-plagued coal mining industry.
Bao Tong calls on China's Communist Party to let ordinary people 'go about their business.'
Vietnamese banks are saddled with bad loans but the extent of the problem remains a mystery.
Burma’s government publishes the names of thousands of people it removed from a ‘no-entry’ list.
China is asked to explain thousands of cases of disappeared Uyghurs.
A new report says Cambodia, Laos, and Burma must leverage their resources to up their rice yields.
Chinese authorities retaliate for bad publicity over an attempted forced abortion.
Chinese police deport Tibetans seeking to rejoin their families.
She commits suicide after rejecting charges she misused public funds.
Forced labor and other abuses in eastern Burma’s Karen border region are highlighted in a report.
The former lawyer of jailed Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo denies reports that the dissident will be released for medical treatment.
Cambodia’s government rejects a UN report seeking electoral reforms and respect for human rights.
Vietnamese authorities extend the detention of a democracy campaigner and reject an appeal by a labor activist.
Chinese miners flee after their tents are burned.
People infected with AIDS through an official blood-selling scheme storm a government building in central China.
Bao Tong says that disgraced Chinese political figure Bo Xilai is a true 'son of the Party.'
In a country long silenced, people are speaking truth to power.
Family members of an imprisoned Uyghur who fasted in protest say his life is in danger.
Thai activists suing the Xayaburi dam on the Mekong River in Laos will submit more documents to the court.
Burma shortens its list of people not welcome in the country, but thousands remain.
UN special envoy Surya Subedi warns of possible unrest in Cambodia if the authorities refuse to embrace election reforms.
Floods and power shortages challenge North Korea’s water supply system.
Burma frees three local aid workers ordered jailed over ethnic unrest between Rohinygas and Rakhines.
Chinese authorities send at least 1,000 back over the border into Burma.
Bao Tong says that the court's verdict in the Gu Kailai murder trial 'illegally protects' Bo Xilai.