Ethnic Mongolian graduates say the Chinese government promised them jobs.
Residents say authorities were slow to respond to a pollution crisis in southwestern China.
Relatives of the victims of a high-speed train crash in China demand answers.
Official Chinese commentary says being U.S. envoy is 'no picnic.'
Some view the Chinese measures as part of Internet censorship.
Sentence follows Chinese authorities' growing clampdown on 'unofficial' churches.
Relatives of victims condemn the Chinese government's response to a train crash.
But his paper's investigative team are still without work after China's government shuts them down.
China's propaganda department limits coverage of a high-speed rail crash, while victims' families gather in protest.
Herders protest seizure of their grassland, a rights group says.
Nearly 600 Chinese suspects are at large overseas, wanted mostly for graft.
China's neighbors are told not to involve other countries in the South China Sea dispute.
The tall basketball sensation helped China's soft power diplomacy.
But a legally binding document to govern behavior in the South China Sea seems far off.
In China, wider Internet access does not necessarily mean an increase in influence.
Chinese microbloggers comment following an activist's attack on a Western media mogul.
A state-owned newspaper in China closes its widely respected investigative department.
But Chinese authorities refuse to answer questions on the condition and whereabouts of the 'disappeared' rights lawyer.
China's state-controlled Catholic Church ordains a bishop without Vatican approval.
Chinese authorities are nervous that protests outside the country will fuel dissent at home.
Chinese authorities extend their investigation for 'tax evasion' to the wife of a prominent social critic.
Greenpeace says clothing makers must be held accountable for the actions of their China-based suppliers.
Villagers in southern China block a highway following a death in a land grab dispute.
Bao Tong says the Chinese Communist Party, 90 years after its founding, has yet to live up to its promises.
Chinese authorities in Inner Mongolia detain an activist and his wife and son in separate facilities.
Calls for independence from China appear in a city hit by a bomb attack last year.
Residents of Chongqing in southwestern China are without water in sweltering summer heat.
China acknowledges that an extensive oil leak will have lasting effects.
Chinese web-savvy Internet users find creative ways to continue debating the subject.
Chinese authorities send a rights activist back to Xinjiang, to which she had been banished.