Fan Mugen is found guilty of "deliberate wounding" in clashes during his forced eviction.
Students say the trip would be inappropriate ahead of the anniversary of the army's crackdown on 1989 protests in Beijing.
The Cyberspace Administration says only news from approved government sources may be posted online.
Relatives of those who died in the 1989 military crackdown say they won't give up in the face of increasing police surveillance.
Gao Zhisheng has been subjected to continuous restrictions since his release from prison in August.
Sun Kai began photographing 1989 protesters, who are now in their fifties, in a bid to resolve his own 'Tiananmen complex.'
Protesters say they should receive financial aid.
China's online censors can delete unwanted tweets in minutes, a report finds.
More than 1,000 projectionists gather outside government offices in central Hunan province.
Pro-independence parties in Taiwan question the visit to Beijing.
Pu Zhiqiang's lawyers say the authorities seem unable to make up their minds about a trial.
The veterans of two regional wars say they are falling below the poverty line.
The factory boss has 'disappeared' after the company went bust, leaving workers two months short, they say.
Petitioners engage in a cat-and-mouse game with police and officials as they seek to lodge complaints about local governments.