Bao Mengmeng, 16, had reportedly crossed the border during last week's National Day holiday after being denied permission to leave China to study in Australia.
An unsuspecting tourist is billed thousands of yuan for a seafood dinner in a picturesque seaside town.
The award is seen by some as a slap in the face for China's government-controlled scientific establishment.
Activists are being closely watched on the fifth anniversary of the announcement of the veteran dissident's 2010 Nobel Peace Prize.
The lawyers say the state-run All China Lawyers' Association is unconstitutional and doesn't represent their interests.
Li Xinhua's ribs were broken during a beating by police officers.
Shanghai-based activist Feng Zhenghu has been prevented from leaving China on grounds that his doing so would 'harm state security.'
Some 2,000 staff and students march in academic robes after an outspoken law professor is voted down for a leadership role.
The government points to a rise in solved crimes, but dissidents call the cameras a way to keep tabs on the population.
Commentators say the revival is likely a reaction to recent volatility in China's financial sector.
Activists say local governments are detaining petitioners in their hometowns, meaning that fewer now make it as far as the capital.
A former judge who resigned publicly from the ruling Chinese Communist Party brings his family to the US.
Police say they aren't treating the explosions as an act of terrorism.
The ministry of public security is getting ready to implement a draft cybersecurity law.