Chinese authorities tighten controls on microblogs, threatening cancellation of accounts.
Blind human rights activist Chen Guangcheng sees a democratic China emerging.
Despite calls for a reappraisal of the 1989 crackdown, China's former State Council spokesman denies knowledge of behind-the-scenes events.
Activists in southwestern China honor victims of the Tiananmen crackdown.
Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng's brother tells RFA local officials in their home village treat the family like criminals.
Chinese authorities use tear gas on unpaid workers protesting the death of a fellow employee.
Chinese vent their anger online after a Communist Party official is linked to a massive rape scandal.
Suicide note says 23 years after the Tiananmen massacre, 'there is still no justice.'
Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng says he is withholding information on various issues.
Chinese authorities detain dissidents ahead of a politically sensitive anniversary and Communist Party meeting.
China responds to the U.S.'s annual human rights report.
Authorities in Inner Mongolia vow to enforce acceptance of official signatures in Mongolian.
Now, the brother of blind Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng escapes house arrest in their village.
An annual U.S. State Department report highlights abuses in China, Vietnam, North Korea, Burma, Cambodia, and Laos.
A new report slams the country's 'chengguan' urban officers.
The Chinese dissident's lawyer says charges against him are 'trumped up.'
Chinese authorities move to increase restrictions on unofficial churches.
Chinese netizens see a sentenced businesswoman as a scapegoat for wider corruption.
A group of attorneys say Chinese authorities are interfering with their bid to defend an activist's nephew.
Farmers in eastern China battle with police escorting a crew to demolish their homes.
Blind Chinese activist may keep 'a low profile' for the next few weeks.
Political moves point to factional strife ahead of a scheduled leadership change in China.
The blind activist, one of China's most prominent dissidents, has left the country to begin a life in New York.
Chinese authorities have a petitioner committed after she approached Premier Wen Jiabao.
Chinese authorities hold a lawyer following protests over a land grab.
Ex-Chinese billionaire is sentenced nearly a year after his extradition from Canada.
Nearly 30 sailors are held for ransom while fishing off of the coast of northeast China.
China and the Philippines back away from a confrontation in the South China Sea.
A Hong Kong rights group says authorities terrorized the Chinese dissident's family after his escape from house arrest.
Residents of an apartment complex in southern China accuse their management of corruption.