Outside China, activists plan to dress up as the iconic Tank Man, who blocked the path of oncoming tanks holding two bags of groceries.
Local people say the village committee has started mining without a permit, after falsifying an environmental impact assessment.
Rage Comics had its website and social media channels shut down after a comedian joked about a hero of the civil war era.
Civil rights activist Huang Wenxun is unable to recognize a fellow activist who helped care for his family while he was in jail.
Zhang Weichu has been unable to find a new job in spite of being a highly qualified and experienced medical specialist.
Zhu Chengzhi remains in detention at an unknown location, possibly a hotel room in Suzhou, on public order charges.
The authorities continue to detain activists who took part in memorial events for Liu Xiaobo last year.
Wang Xiaoming reportedly suffered from depression, but the huge psychological pressure linked to public office in China may have played a part.
The leftist, nationalist ideology website is banned from social media platform WeChat, possibly to prevent it from undermining Beijing's stance on trade.
Zhai Juhong has lost her job, her teaching license and her membership of the ruling Chinese Communist Party for violations of 'classroom discipline.'
Huang Meijuan, an outspoken supporter of China's prisoners of conscience, has been held under criminal detention since late April, and her children taken to a "rescue center."
Rage Comic runs afoul of a new law banning 'insults and dishonor' to revolutionary heroes and martyrs.
The new system is being trialed as a way of 'improving learning effectiveness,' but rights groups say it is just more surveillance.
A former Industrial and Commercial Bank of China staffer is held on public order charges for protesting a lack of redundancy benefits for former state bank employees.
Some churches are banned from meeting while others are ordered to join a government-backed Protestant body.
Journalism groups hit out at the ‘violent arrest’ of Now TV video journalist Chui Chun-ming, who has since been released following ‘mediation.’
Xie Yanyi is taken away following an altercation with police over their treatment of journalists.
Hints at detente and denuclearization on the Korean peninsula fuel Chinese expectations of new trade and economic ties with the isolated state.
Xu Lin is in police detention on public order charges for singing about late political prisoner Liu Xiaobo.
Around 80 members of the church are detained when police raid a prayer service in Chengdu to commemorate the disaster.
Family planning regulations may have been relaxed for heterosexual married couples, but single women are still not allowed to become mothers.
A journalist says the head of a Confucius Institute in Georgia ensured that references to the democratic island were removed from her biography.
Reports suggest a new round of religious persecution in mainland China may have affected negotiations on the appointment of bishops.
While state media lauds visible efforts at urban regeneration in the worst-hit areas, local people say they have yet to receive promised funding.
Pro-democracy politicians say the debarring of candidates represents an erosion of Hong Kong people's political rights.
The court also orders the retrieval of U.S.$10 billion of Wu Xiaohui's personal assets and any "illegal gains" from his activities.
Rules banning Chinese nationals from attending large-scale gatherings run by foreigners will be given a new lease of life.
Beijing is anxious not to be left out of any peace settlement on the Korean peninsula, analysts say.
The ruling Chinese Communist Party will offer 'consultations and rehabilitation' to those of its members who don't make the grade.
Sun's sentence comes after a heavily scripted trial at which he pleaded guilty, and during which few details were made publicly available.