A high-level official tells Chinese quake victims he will provide them with housing and compensation.
China's pharmaceutical industry is lucrative, but poorly regulated.
His family thinks he was beaten to death.
A solar panel maker in eastern China issues an apology for polluting the local environment.
Thugs block access to blind Chinese rights lawyer and his family.
China cracks down on would-be 'independent' candidates for parliament.
But Chinese officials say the move is only temporary.
Chinese authorities remain mum over Uyghurs repatriated from Malaysia.
Chinese authorities pressure Protestant Christians to register with state-controlled churches.
Chinese officials are educating propagandists on how to steer online discourse.
Chinese officials are fearful about anyone approaching foreign diplomatic missions.
Residents of China's largest city say waste from a battery plant is making them sick.
Homeless petitioners gather in Shanghai during China’s Mid-Autumn Festival.
He is freed after his disappearance in February sparked torture concerns.
Chinese lawyer had spoken out for other activists and helped villagers fight corruption.
China will assist in reconstruction after its existing agreements are honored by the new government.
Chinese authorities say he is being held for ‘economic fraud,’ a charge flatly dismissed by activists.
Two deadly accidents during national celebrations bring China's safety record into question.
Chinese activists named in U.S. diplomatic cables face possible retaliation.
Chinese authorities may boost Internet controls on 'sensitive' information.
Chinese authorities block shows of support for jailed rights campaigner.
The group had tried to provide help to a women's-rights campaigner and his family.
Chinese fish farmers are demanding answers and compensation after their stocks died off in recent days.
Chinese citizens anticipating the baked treat during Mid-Autumn Festival could be in for an unpleasant surprise.
Chinese censors close a support site for laid-off teachers ahead of planned protests.
Victims continue to be harassed three years after the Sichuan earthquake.
His whereabouts have been kept under wraps by Chinese authorities planning to make secret detentions 'legal.'
Beijing propaganda authorities take over the reins of two major papers.
New leaders in Beijing may enact reforms while rejecting challenges to one-party rule.
The move follows claims to sovereignty, warnings to Vietnam and India.