Writers protest alleged infringements, in a move that could signal a major shift in China’s intellectual property rights climate.
The writings of an outspoken critic of China’s early Communist policies go to a Western university.
Chinese truckers lose goods to gangs of sword-wielding robbers.
China has a new means of taking aim at rights defenders, legal experts say.
Prize-winning photos document the pace—and the price—of China’s economic growth.
Violence erupts again over development of Chinese farmland.
Chinese authorities make an unusual arrest in the Mongolian capital.
Chinese dissidents and officials clash at the storied Frankfurt Book Fair.
Police restrict mourners from marking the birthday of a Chinese Communist Party reformer.
An interview with Xu Zhiyong, a mild-mannered Chinese legal activist detained and then, surprisingly, released.
A Chinese firm may seal a new deal in Africa despite corruption allegations.
Hired thugs attack villagers protecting a collectively owned mine in central China.
A Chinese court hands down stiff sentences in restive Xinjiang, but will they prompt a backlash?
The lawyer of a Chinese democracy activist is asking tough questions of Hong Kong.
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.