Chinese officials are moving a coal-fired power plant back to its original site in Hainan, residents say.
The US State Department hits out at China for its policies on Tibetan Buddhists and Uyghur Muslims in an annual report on global religious freedom.
Hong Kong residents remain concerned over plans to teach loyalty to China's Communist Party.
Chinese netizens want their countrymen to stop buying products from a Japanese paper firm.
Rights activists say the wife of a former high-ranking Chinese official is unlikely to receive a fair trial.
A Chinese rights lawyer 's conviction for 'fraud' is thrown out, but she remains in prison on another charge.
A demolition crew beats up a Chinese land activist and his family, then tears down his makeshift dwelling.
Chinese petitioner wins a court hearing on accusations of abuse.
China files formal charges against the wife of Bo Xilai.
Chinese activist Liu Shasha had planned a stunt to get dissident artist Ai Weiwei a chance to speak in court.
Criticism mounts against the lack of preparedness by officials in China's capital city.
China sets up a new city with a planned military garrison in a remote island in the disputed Paracel Islands.
Many more than reported may have died in the heaviest rains to hit Beijing in 60 years.
Chinese state security police follow petitioners from the mainland into Hong Kong.
China's official media go silent on train-crash victims and their families.
A Chinese dissident was unlikely to have killed himself, lawyers say.
The record deluge spurs criticism on China’s microblogs that city drainage systems were ill-equipped.
A Beijing court rules that massive fines imposed on rights campaigner Ai Weiwei's company should stand.
China's urban management officials come under fire for the death of a Han Chinese migrant worker in Xinjiang.
'The China Model' book re-ignites debate over Beijing-backed propaganda-style education in the Chinese territory.
The French architect arrested in Cambodia has traveled to Shanghai for a probe into the Bo Xilai scandal.
Chinese homeowners protest a developer's refusal of their property rights.
Authorities crack down on two newspapers amid a stepped-up censorship drive.
Chinese dissident had wanted to honor pro-democracy demonstrators killed in the 1989 crackdown.
Residents of a southern Chinese village who tried to stop mining work on former farmland are beaten by police.
Chinese officials call for measures to guard against major upheavals.
The Chinese auto workers are accused of severely injuring a young apprentice as part of a 'practical joke.'
Chinese used car salesmen in Guangzhou fear new limits on licenses are destroying their livelihood.
An official probe into the death of a blind Chinese dissident continues to point to suicide but his supporters reject the new verdict.
The action by the Chinese government is the latest in a series of crackdowns on 'house' churches in Xinjiang.