Rights lawyers say reforms should include end to China's 're-education through labor' system.
Little is known of the status of Liu Xia, wife of imprisoned Chinese democracy activist Liu Xiaobo.
Worker unrest hits another electronics factory in China's Henan province.
Copies of a newspaper carrying a story about a Chinese official's luxury accessories are destroyed before they hit newsstands.
A dozen Chinese petitioners are kept from bringing their complaints to the government.
Ethnic Mongolians say Chinese officials illegally leased their grazing land to a number of large corporations.
The Chinese electronics maker denies that 'disputes' led to large-scale strike.
Tibetans attack Chinese Muslims over long-delayed plans to build a mosque.
US legislators ask the State Department to reveal records about China’s alleged organ transplant abuses.
Nationalist protests over China's island row with Japan deflect attention from domestic problems, analysts say.
The head of a village in southern China is detained after residents protest the loss of a tourist site and adjoining farmland.
Tourists flood major attractions during China's national holiday week.
Chinese authorities target social media use, which has been responsible for exposing a number of high-level scandals.
Chinese villagers protest a government take-over of farmland and a profitable tourist site.
Authorities hand down a one-year labor sentence to a woman who tried to boost the morale of Chinese petitioners.
The ferry collision leaves dozens dead in one of the worst accidents in Hong Kong's history.
The government move could end standoff over a tax fine.
Chinese shop owners demand compensation for the closure of a street to build a metro line.