Wan Yanhai says he'll reestablish his NGO abroad.
China loses an early reformer, as authorities tighten online curbs.
China disbars two human rights lawyers who defended a Falun Gong practitioner.
Activists say China will rank higher when broad changes occur.
Chinese netizens mark an historic anniversary with online outcries against censorship.
New Chinese mortgage rules could prompt marital splits.
Chinese news media get new orders on how to cover the deadly Qinghai quake.
Chinese officials are sacked after one highly publicized case.
China’s draft law would force Internet cafes and service providers to hand over users' information to the police.
The author of a book about one of the Mao portrait protesters says human rights have been sidelined.
A Chinese infrastructure project prompts relocations, and protests.
Chinese authorities are reining in nonprofit and civic groups.
Chinese authorities tell monks aiding quake rescue efforts to leave.
Laid-off workers call on Chinese authorities for assistance.
The official death toll doubles after earthquake in western China.
Tibetan monks join earthquake relief efforts in northwestern China.
A powerful earthquake rocks western China.
Peasants protesting a secret land sale clash with police in southern China.
Authorities refuse medical parole for a jailed Chinese activist.
The health of Chinese activist Hu Jia is said to deteriorate.
Beijing keeps a close eye on a neighboring republic in chaos.
Outspoken Chinese rank high in early results.
A new group of hackers, said to be based in China, is targeting sensitive political information.
China's annual grave-sweeping holiday takes a political turn.
China is urged to release detailed impact assessments on upstream dam development.
Fishermen and farmers in downstream countries are protesting the impact of China's dams. But experts say that the dams also give China a huge potential for geopolitical influence.
China blacks out news about the trial of an activist who helped victims of a tainted milk scandal.
The country is believed to be the world's leading executioner.
China's investigative reporters work in a challenging environment to get the story out.
The friend of a missing Chinese rights lawyer says he is alive, but under tight restrictions.