Former premier's aide Bao Tong calls China under one-party rule a 'playground of the rich, the powerful, and the corrupt.'
Local officials sidetrack new policies.
They use the ballot to express their frustration with rising graft, human rights abuses and land grabs.
Commentator Zheng Yi says Chinese officials have 'closed the door' against complaints.
Shrinking labor force changes growth goals.
Price hike for industry may stem losses.
How the China dream could turn out to be a fascist dream.
Right groups worry Prime Minister Hun Sen may further tighten the screws on opposition politicians.
Rate slows as government targets data fraud.
Commentator Gao Xin ponders unconfirmed reports that a millionaire associate of Bo Xilai has died in prison.
Recent abrupt changes raise economic risks, experts say.
A Uyghur scholar seeks accountability for Uyghurs missing since the July 5, 2009 riots in Xinjiang.
A warming climate will flood cities, and take a toll on farm production, fish catch, tourism and health.
The timetable for contract terms slips again.
Wasteful industries targeted in air quality drive.
China's government faces problems of investment and waste.
In a reporter's notebook, Tyler Chapman speaks with ethnic Chin who fear more will leave for opportunities elsewhere.
Prospects of six-party talks resuming are seen as slim.
Economists warn against the expectation of rapid change.
Pressure builds on US President Barack Obama to raise rights issues with his Chinese counterpart at an upcoming summit.
A former Chinese premier's aide writes on the need to return to 'the right path' over the Tiananmen crackdown.
End of rural worker surplus spurs wage demands.
In a reporter’s notebook, Tyler Chapman speaks with ethnic Chin about environmental preservation.
A North Korea expert says China wants a stable, and divided, North Korean peninsula.
Bao Tong urges Chinese authorities to release 10 citizens detained for demanding top leaders declare their personal assets.
Overseas investment is expected continue despite weak demand.
In a reporter’s notebook, Tyler Chapman speaks with ethnic Chin about life under a changing government.
Data fraud could force an easing of capital controls.
A former premier's aide says that preparing lists of 'forbidden' topics is incompatible with China's Constitution.
Curb on housing prices precedes urbanization drive.