The song, in the style of a Mao-era revolutionary anthem, 'gives voice to the people.'
Protesters barricade long stretches of highway, with overcrowding in some areas near the central business district.
Bodies at the factory are 'dragged away' and deaths 'hushed up.'
Crowds continue to call for the resignation of chief executive C.Y. Leung over police use of force against protesters.
Thousands swarm downtown shopping and central business districts.
Hundreds of high-school students ditch class for a day to join the pro-democracy campaign.
Cao Baoyin spoke out against the routine abuse and torture of inmates at a woman's labor camp.
Students say they will step up protests after chief executive C.Y. Leung decides not to meet with them.
Striking students call on C.Y. Leung to come and debate with them about democracy.
Chinese authorities threaten wife with arrest and harass family’s lawyer.
Students boycott lectures en masse in protest at China's refusal to allow genuine universal suffrage in the territory.
Hu Jia says his health is failing and he has no idea whether the attacks will continue.
One had criticized the government in online posts, while the other attended a Tiananmen anniversary event.
Local people clash with riot police amid growing public anger over industrial pollution.
Students attend their colleges' opening assemblies wearing yellow ribbons in support of next week's strike.
Nine lawyers, some of them witnesses for a colleague, say they were held for 14 hours after turning up to support him.
Tie Liu was taken away in the middle of the night after he lashed out at a former propaganda czar.
The authorities have also detained five people for "spreading rumors" about a plant incinerator project online.
Guo Feixiong's lawyers say they refused to appear in court after officials withheld several disks of evidence from them.
They want diversity training and open acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students.
Geng He says her husband needs to be reunited with his family in California.
A pro-Beijing group calls on students and staff to inform on those boycotting class in protest over a recent election ruling.
Local people march to government offices to complain over 'stinking gases' in residential areas.
Workers at a Taiwan-owned factory say their moon festival bonus has been slashed by 70 percent.
Guo Feixiong and Sun Desheng are scheduled to stand trial in Guangzhou on public order charges.
Relatives say their loved ones have been denied visits, lawyers and mooncakes ahead of the festival.
Wang Long says his Internet service provider is in breach of its service contract.
Zhang Lin is found guilty of public order charges by a court in Anhui province.
Corruption is widespread among state-controlled media organizations, analysts say.
A key member of the Occupy Central movement quits, claiming he is not under pressure from Beijing.