A health and human rights volunteer highlights the problem of sexual abuse in China's education system.
A Chinese woman describes the case of her brother, who claims he was forced to confess to drug smuggling under duress.
Three women have their say on the politics of human rights in China.
A Chinese couple who tried to set fire to themselves in Tiananmen Square in protest at a forced eviction face detention.
Parents search for their missing sons they fear have ended up in China's underground sweatshops.
Chinese political prisoners' family members in the US tell RFA their wishes for the holiday season.
The daughter of a detained dissident calls on world leaders to pressure China for his freedom.
Activist Zeng Jinyan calls attention to the plight of Liu Xia under house arrest.
A former Hong Kong Chief Secretary says 2017 polls shouldn't be allowed to eliminate opposing political views.
A Chinese artist emphasizes the need to respect a person's sexual orientation.
Five Chinese women lawyers sue the Nanjing authorities over the deaths of two toddlers in June from neglect.
Cao Shunli's lawyer raises concerns about the activist's health.
An activist recently released from prison describes her fight for justice after being crippled during a beating.
An octogenarian grandmother and cancer patient in Shanghai makes a desperate plea for help after her home is threatened with demolition.
A Chinese writer takes satirical aim at Maoist support for Bo Xilai.
An animal welfare activist says China's environmental protection agencies are turning a blind eye to a worrying new trend among the country's elite.
A taxi driver in Jilin describes how she successfully petitioned authorities over her impounded cab.