Official media are relieved after a visit by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, while protesters describe a huge operation to prevent public protest.
A new book describes how some Chinese who complain about the government are mistreated in psychiatric settings, while the author calls for better regulation of mental health services in China.
A major new study shows how China does, and doesn't, control bloggers.
Chinese parents rush to get babies checked as new kidney stone cases are reported. Companies and government labs insist they find no contamination.
Chinese officials are warned to take measures to prevent mass protests as the economy worsens.
A man beaten by authorities to the point of mental illness in the 1970s is still trying to lodge a complaint about his treatment.
Chinese authorities have sent scholars to talk to house church pastors; but detained worshipers are denied contact with their lawyer and are yet to be charged.
A Chinese-language equivalent of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, known as WikiLib, has been taken offline temporarily, with no further explanation.
Scientists warn of further disasters as dam reservoirs are blamed for the May 2008 Sichuan earthquake. Their voices are finally being heard.