Regulator wants less 'feudal superstition' on the small screen and more stories about ordinary Chinese people.
Police target anyone supporting Guo Wengui's criticisms of the ruling Chinese Communist Party.
Reports indicate that the first critical phase of Taishan No. 1 reactor went ahead after safety inspectors highlighted major issues at the plant.
Plans recently approved by city lawmakers will erode the 'high degree of autonomy' promised by Beijing, a U.S.-based rights group says.
Commentators say the local government contributed to the spread of the disease by failing to report it in a timely manner.
Zhang Liumao's death in police custody in 2015 is being contested as highly suspicious by his family.
The ruling Chinese Communist Party has stepped up the use of ‘student information officers’ on campuses at home and abroad under the rule of President Xi Jinping.
US senators are calling for a concerted strategy to counter the newly emerging 'sharp power' of the Chinese Communist Party.
Ye Qiming is being held on charges of 'picking quarrels and stirring up trouble' after he took issue with Xi's promises of greater openness.
Five directly elected members of LegCo are taken away after protesting president's refusal to address a point of order during the second reading of a controversial bill.
The ruling Chinese Communist Party is keen to see denuclearization, but stands to lose regional influence if its Stalinist neighbor gets too liberal.
The authorities are apparently worried about a nebulous online activists' network called the Xinghua Club.
Edward Leung's sentence has been criticized as part of a pattern of politically motivated jailings in recent years.
Most drivers now work via an app that treats them as independent contractors, but fees haven't risen to cover business costs.
Wang Yu's application for a passport to visit her son in Australia is denied "for reasons of national security."
The U.S. government is investigating reports of adverse health effects associated with strange sounds reported by China-based staff.
The petitioners say they had no plans to protest at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization leadership summit in Qingdao.
Li Wangyang's family are incommunicado on the sixth anniversary of his death in police custody, and memorials are banned.
The system would form part of a plan to integrate Pearl River Delta cities and has sparked concern that Hong Kong's separate status is being eroded.
Zhang Wei stands accused of opposing censorship by the ruling party, having an affair, and taking bribes.
An RFA technology call-in show warns users not to install voice-activated assistants and to avoid in-home surveillance by the Chinese authorities.
Wang wants the new organization to come up with concrete, viable proposals for a democratic transition in China.
The pastor, preachers and church members are released a day later, after being held on suspicion of "illegal assembly."
A former People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldier speaks to RFA's Mandarin Service about his part in the Tiananmen Square military crackdown.
A former student leader welcomes a memorial vigil for the victims of the Tiananmen massacre in Hong Kong.
The official website of the social credit system is naming and shaming those who have been sanctioned by public transportation bans.
The group says it has never received an official response in 29 years of letter-writing and campaigning for justice.
Huang Yan says she is deeply grateful to the democratic island, where she fled after her Thai visa was due to expire.
A labor rights group says the protests underscore a wider problem for teachers in poorer areas of China.
Activists say Liu's struggle for a more democratic form of government makes him a natural symbol of the 1989 democracy movement.