Fellow activists suspect he is being held by state security police alongside his father and sister.
Exiled Hong Kong media boss Gu Zhuoheng says he narrowly escaped a cross-border kidnap attempt by China, and was saved only by police intervention.
Beijing says it will follow Filipino laws related to Chinese working in the Philippines.
Any rapprochement with Beijing, which wants to annex the democratic island, will result in a rerun of the Tiananmen Massacre, they say.
An RFA investigation shows how the firms can be set up remotely with a scanned ID and no need for a bank account or proof of operations in the city.
Gu Zhuoheng says he has been followed and received death threats since vowing to go public with his evidence of corruption at the highest level.
China warns of “tit-for-tat” if Manila begins deporting undocumented Chinese, Filipino government official says.
The arrests come amid a broader crackdown on grassroots labor movements, according to a Hong Kong-based group.
Jakarta seeks to protect Natuna island waters that China claims as fisheries.
State security police say he won't be returning to his Beijing apartment, but starting a 'new life' in Zhengzhou.
The ruling Chinese Communist Party pens a public letter to Hong Kong's chief executive over the ban on the pro-independence Hong Kong National Party (HKNP).
Local residents say local fracking operations are causing the tremors that left two dead and many more injured or homeless.
Wang Linqing said he was warned of 'trouble' after refusing to rule in favor of a specific party in a multibillion yuan civil appeal.
Yu Wensheng's case has been handed to local prosecutors, and his wife is now awaiting a trial date.
Parents say their children's health was ruined in a series of nationwide health scandals, and that they have yet to receive any help from the government.
Ai says the removal of his segment of film from 'Berlin, I Love You' is the result of self-censorship.
A new report calls on Beijing to close down mass internment camps for Uyghurs and other ethnic minority Muslims.
Tsai Ing-wen's poll ratings are the lowest among potential candidates for 2020, but she says she wants to 'complete her agenda.'
A report from the RUSI calls for greater scrutiny of China's influence and interference in British public life.
The Conservative Party Human Rights Commission issues a report saying the language and cultural centers could pose a threat to free speech and even national security.
The movie depicts Chinese astronauts devising a plan to save the whole planet from an unstable sun.
Some have trade concerns, while others say too much integration could lead to the loss of the city's core values.
Li Rui will be given a revolutionary funeral by the ruling Chinese Communist Party, against his express wishes.
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.