Vacant housing highlights gap between rich and poor.
Hong Kong’s protests have grown stronger over the decades.
Price problems remain for low-polluting fuel.
A former aide to an ousted Chinese premier takes aim at a recent 'white paper' that says Hong Kong's autonomy is still subject to Beijing.
Government calls for public thrift in anti-graft drive.
Foreign reporters and observers are prevented from independently verifying state media accounts.
An ex-senior Communist Party official criticizes China's approach to high-ranking graft on his return to house arrest after being briefly detained before the June 4 Tiananmen massacre anniversary.
Consumers are likely to face higher costs.
The most memorial moments of the commemoration ceremony were the quiet ones.
Tibetan writer Woeser takes a close look at the messages in suicide notes, slogans and recordings left by Tibetans who self-immolate.
China's authoritarian rise since 1989 is a threat to world peace, a Chinese writer and activist says.
The economy is on edge as prices are poised to fall.