Police detain a demolition manager in connection with the death of a holdout evictee.
Beijing publishes a white paper laying out its military vision.
China, South Korea, Vietnam, and the Philippines report radiation 'drift' in the atmosphere.
His denial of detention by China is a likely condition of his release, a friend says.
An Australian political writer who blogs in Chinese has gone missing from a Guangzhou airport.
A reporter with one of China's most independent publications has been placed on a two-year 'sabbatical.'
The lack of an independent judiciary contributes to the numbers killed, a report says.
Authorities detain more activists nationwide as calls for 'Jasmine' rallies continue in China.
Chinese human rights lawyer was tortured, has been missing for almost a year.
China is eager to present a new image of itself to the world by engaging the public instead of issuing directives.
Netizens suspect China of Internet disruptions and interference.
Chinese rights lawyers and activists see the sentence as 'a strong warning.'
Chinese authorities manage the public reaction to one man's sentencing, but hold another in jail.
The campaign is seen as evidence of a growing environmental consciousness in China.
Chinese peasants had protested land grabs and forced relocations.
A former Chinese official says Beijing's refusal to consider political reform could have dangerous consequences.
China's state television network calls Western powers involved in Libyan air strikes 'aggressors.'
Disruptions appear tied to the timing of annual sessions of parliament and to calls for 'Jasmine' protests.
The latest food safety fiasco emerges after pigs in several farms test positive for a banned drug.
The closure is part of Beijing's long-term strategy to regulate cybercafes.
Japan's atomic turmoil sparks a run on salt in China in the false belief it can guard against radiation exposure.
An open letter blames Chinese leaders for covering up blood-selling schemes.
Embassy staff are racing to evacuate Chinese nationals as Japan faces a potential nuclear meltdown.
China’s well-known universities are now being designated as sites for anti-government rallies.
Chinese dissidents had been jailed for a decade for publishing essays on peaceful political reform.
But monitors say radiation is blowing away from China and out to sea.
Together with North Korea and Burma, they are dubbed Internet 'enemies.'
China's leaders pledge to implement reforms at the end of an annual lawmakers' meeting.
Chinese police seize a dissident writer, warn his wife against using Twitter.
Chinese media coverage of the biggest tremor to hit Japan is limited.