Lawmakers in Hong Kong call for voting rights.
A round of violent protests over land in China prompts a media blackout.
Chinese netizens launch a Twitter campaign against censorship.
Authorities in China detain suspects in the latest in a string of violent attacks on ethnic Uyghurs.
An opinion pollster says most Chinese want more freedom online.
Police step up monitoring of known civil rights activists around a key anniversary.
Chinese authorities investigate a retired cadre.
Internet officials may reverse a ban on individuals who want to register a .cn Web address.
Police restrict mourners from marking the death of a Chinese Communist Party reformer.
Chinese Internet users welcome Google's move.
Cyber-attacks directed against Google draw a response from the company and questions from U.S. officials.
Taxi drivers confront officials in southeastern China over unlicensed competitors.
Chinese authorities move quickly to stop ethnic tensions from erupting again.
An underground church leader in China fears for the safety of detained Christians.
Novelist Hu Fayun says recent history has stunted Chinese literature.
Months after deadly ethnic clashes, Chinese authorities arrest seven Han men after an ethnic Uyghur is stabbed to death.
Hong Kong citizens protesting a proposed railway to China gain support from mainland netizens.
A new points-based scheme aims to help millions of migrant laborers in south China.
Chinese villagers and authorities face off over what the government says are illegal grave sites.
China orders better care for detained drug users after a blistering report.
Villagers in southern China say authorities are trying to hide the effects of lead poisoning on their children.
Shanghai’s 2010 World Expo has forced many from their homes, advocates say.
Minority students from a racially charged region of China take classes on unity.
China's restive northwest gets a new law.
A Chinese pro-democracy activist appeals his sentence for “subversion of state power.”