Pu Wenqing, the elderly mother of Huang Qi, has state security police stationed in her apartment, and even her bed, a fellow activist says.
A group of independent Chinese students calls on governments and universities to act, after threats to ethnic minority activists outside China.
Media that are given the official stamp of approval, by contrast, enjoy subsidies and handouts from the government.
Angela Gui's article details the 'very strange experience' of a meeting with the Swedish ambassador and two unnamed businessmen.
US-China policy is in need of a 'course correction,' according to a panel of experts at the Asia Society.
The decision is seen as part of a policy of ever-widening censorship by the ruling Chinese Communist Party.
Air NZ flight 289 was sent back to Auckland on Monday because it lacked 'regulator approval' to land in China, passengers were told.
But Malaysia will keep trade engagements with China intact “for our survival,” he says during U.S. visit.
A Twitter user from Xi'an is issued with an administrative fine for spreading 'false information' about Venezuela.
Jiang Tianyong's family are concerned that he may be spirited away by the authorities after his release, as other political prisoners have been.
Li Wenzu shouts for her husband's immediate acquittal and release outside the highest judicial authorities in Beijing.
Fang Zheng is told he can't return to China after his father's death, three hours after picking up visas for his family.
The Philippines will proceed with construction work on the island, rejecting Chinese claims of control.
Angela Gui describes being approached by someone offering her a visa to visit Gui Minhai in return for her silence.
Huang Xiangmo is stranded in China following the decision, and faces a 'battle' to return to the county, according to media reports.
Children who have had transplants or chemotherapy are potentially among those affected, a health expert says.
Yang Chong and his wife Wu Yuhua had been targeted by Chinese police for joining press freedom protests in 2015.
The ruling Chinese Communist Party is part of 'global assault' on democratic norms, according to the Freedom House watchdog.
Li Wenzu spent the Lunar New Year's eve shouting slogans outside the walls of the detention center where her husband is being held.
Three paintings protesting the growing abuse of rights and freedoms in China are removed from an exhibit in North Carolina.
The move comes amid a nationwide review of legal scholarship sparked by a secret complaint about the field.
Lee Ching-yu's recent complaints about her husband's treatment were 'inconsistent with the facts,' according to Chinese officials.
Many migrants have been hit by a string of layoffs and closures in southern industrial cities, leaving train tickets still available.
Presidential spokesman in Manila says Chinese rescue center could help mariners in danger.
Liu Yanli is tried on public order charges on the basis of social media posts she made in 2016.
Yan Kefen and Liu Xinglian are allowed to enter Taiwan while they apply for resettlement elsewhere.
Negotiations will be taken out of media spotlight, Malaysian finance minister says.
Officials promised the family Liu Feiyue would receive a suspended sentence if they toed the line, then jailed him for five years.
Protesters gather in Hong Kong, while rights groups, lawyers and politicians strongly condemn his jailing amid fears for his well-being.
But only about 9 percent of those surveyed view China as “a benign and benevolent power.”