Officials say some 150,000 children are living rough on China’s streets.
Chinese Internet users want online curbs lifted.
A former top Communist Party aide says fighting corruption is easier in Taiwan.
Villagers complain of noise and dust from a chemical fiber plant.
Cell phone technology provides a new method for exchanging information in Internet-censored China.
National Day celebrations in Beijing are off-limits to residents, while ceremonies in Tibetan and Uyghur populated areas require participation.
China marks the 60th anniversary of Communist Party rule with major festivities, and curbs on everything from kites to knives and foreign TV.
China plans a meticulously scripted anniversary celebration of Communist Party rule, under extremely tight security.
A former Party aide calls on Chinese to push for democracy as National Day approaches.
Outrage in southern China over deliberate flooding to ease the water level at a local dam.
A legal defense is under way for a U.S.-based Chinese dissident detained for alleged fraud as he tried to return home for a visit.
Authorities storm a house church in northern China, beating worshipers and demolishing buildings in the compound.
Chinese democracy activists receive visits, warnings from the police.
China's latest lead-poisoning scandal has parents staging angry protests.
China scores a tactical victory in its war on Web sites the government doesn't like.
Throughout East Asia, vulnerable children are forced and trafficked into every kind of work.
Chinese authorities detain parents observing the anniversary of a far-reaching milk scandal that sickened their children.
A new flare-up over a Chinese college that isn't what it claimed to be.
A U.S.-based leader of China's 1989 Tiananmen Square protests could soon appear in court.
China's homeless population and officials say government aid falls far short of what is needed.
Tensions in China over subway construction take a violent turn.
Police in China's capital are on high alert ahead of National Day celebrations.
Parents in China say authorities are failing to make good on promises to test children for lead poisoning.
Chinese authorities release a well-known rights lawyer, but his assistant's whereabouts remain unknown.
Another case of mass lead poisoning caused by factories in central China calls the effectiveness of government regulation into question.
Homelessness poses a large and growing problem in China's cities, with thousands scraping by on what they can beg or earn on the streets.
Parents riot and authorities take action over a Chinese factory blamed for lead poisoning in hundreds of children.
Chinese children are found to lack creativity as a result of the national obsession with rote learning.
Chinese writer Tan Zuoren goes on trial, and supporters say his plan to issue an independent report on last year's deadly earthquake is the reason.
The World Trade Organization calls for China to loosen import restrictions, but will anything change?