Villagers in China's southern province of Hainan are staging a round-the-clock vigil to protect the bones of their Muslim ancestors in tombs dating back to the Tang dynasty, they say.
A Shanghai-based director plans a Broadway-style multimedia musical based on Karl Marx's political tome, 'Das Kapital.'
Campaigners demand Chinese authorities release information on Gao Zhisheng's whereabouts and treatment.
A subtly subversive online spoof in China prompts an apparent backlash, and netizens are angry.
A former member of China's highly secretive intelligence community calls on other countries to take Beijing to task for its abysmal human rights record.
Authorities again stop online writer Zan Aizong from flying to Hong Kong.
Almost 20 years after the deadly 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protests, a former PLA soldier calls for a full inquiry.
An outspoken cyber-dissident's health is suffering badly in jail, his wife says.
A Chinese journalist says time is running out for U.N. refugee officials to hear his asylum case.
Petitioning authorities for redress has a long history in China. But does the system work?
Gao Zhisheng took on China's legal system at great cost. Now his wife and children are seeking U.S. asylum.
U.S. and Chinese officials pledge to work together to avoid further naval confrontations.
China's mental health resources are woefully inadequate, and experts say they've never been in greater demand.
China's women have legal protection against workplace discrimination—at least in theory, they say.
China's media czar takes aim, but experts wonder if anyone can rein in Web 2.0.
Petitioners in an eastern Chinese village say they were forced to attend reeducation sessions or “law study groups.”
Petitioners report tight security and heavy surveillance in Beijing as two major meetings get under way.
China gets a badly needed food safety law, but critics say freer media and better enforcement are also necessary.