Chinese authorities arrest a police officer who killed five people in a car accident.
A Hollywood studio promotes a Chinese city known for persecuting a blind rights activist and his family.
Chinese authorities shutter ethnic Mongolian websites after a herder is killed defending his land.
Local authorities in China squeeze textile workers for extra 'fees.'
The Chinese government wants only qualified practitioners to determine whether or not a person is mentally ill.
The politician becomes the first independent candidate nominated for elections in China's capital.
China plans new measures to limit online criticism.
Supporters of a Chinese rights lawyer under house arrest clash with area police.
An independent Chinese candidate is harassed by police and made to miss a nomination deadline.
The latest death of a herdsman in Inner Mongolia highlights an unending grassland destruction crisis.
In China's restive Inner Mongolia, another herdsman is run over.
The move is likely to ruffle feathers in Beijing.
Chinese authorities try to prevent non-Party candidates from seeking local office.
A young girl succumbs to her injuries, prompting an outpouring of emotion from China's netizens.
Netizens debate the universality of political change.
A growing number of Chinese petitioners are pushing for the release of an activist lawyer under house arrest.
Bystanders did nothing to help the young girl, prompting scorn from Chinese netizens.
Authorities in southwestern China downplay the effects of a toxic spill in an important water source.
But government threats are unlikely to silence China's rights activists, some analysts say.
Chinese looking to air their grievances during an annual political meeting in the capital are beaten in detention.
China's Party plenum meets to discuss culture, despite a worsening economic crisis.
Dissidents gather to remember China's champion of reform.
China warns third party countries against undermining its claims in the South China Sea.
But the Chinese government says choice is more political than artistic.
A police raid on a private clinic exposes the shadowy world of Chinese organ harvesting.
Chinese intellectuals, media begin to question the treatment of a well-known rights activist.
No word from authorities on the possible release of China's jailed Nobel prize winner.
A new report says China's human rights situation worsened in 2011.
Hong Kong chief vows to confront housing problems.
China sees US legislation as protectionist.