Veteran journalist demands official explanation for thuggish tactics of men who pushed around the 72-year-old heart patient.
Bao Tong, a former top aide to the late premier Zhao Ziyang, discusses the political climate in China and life under surveillance.
Campus-based recruitment advertisements still frequently call for male-only applicants, a women's rights group says.
The administration of chief executive Leung Chun-ying vows to take legal action against 'any suggestion' the city would be better off outside China.
The new rules would mean the authorities could block an entire domain at the click of a mouse, experts say.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says Beijing should step up monitoring of vaccine storage as an infant death is reported.
In a veiled shot at the censors, Yu Shaolei tells the communist party he wants to stand on his feet, not live on his knees.
Eviction activist and rights lawyer Ni Yulan has her passport 'frozen' by the authorities ahead of an award ceremony in Washington.
The families of overseas dissidents are among those targeted in a widening police probe of questionable legality.
Case of Jia Jia remains murky while associates are incommunicado and a friend says his family has been ensnared in China's witch hunt.
Zhang Kai has been sent back to his parental home in Inner Mongolia, in spite of living and working in the Chinese capital.
Lee Bo's return leaves Hong Kong with more questions than answers, sparking fears for the city's remaining autonomy.
Talk on the popular Internet messaging app about pollution from mining operations and arrests bring crackdown
Editors and technicians from the Watching News website are also incommunicado following the detention of journalist Jia Jia.
The new ban is limited to the end of the decade and doesn't deliver on promises made last September, according to the International Fund for Animal Welfare.
Hong Kong media professionals say fear of arrest is their biggest nightmare, and that self-censorship of stories critical of Beijing is very common.
The government has failed to make good on promises of free education for their post-quake children, they say.
Chinese authorities orders a nationwide probe to track down all batches of expired or improperly stored vaccine.
Authorities in the eastern province of Shandong say they have uncovered an illegal ring dealing in vaccines.
The detentions follow a blockade of local mining operations amid growing concern over pollution from untreated mining waste.
Beijing-based Jia Jia disappeared on the way to Hong Kong as the Chinese government crack down on the press continues.
A U.S.-based rights group warns that Beijing uses the charges to isolate government critics as the arrest numbers double.
Gao is under 24-hour surveillance by state security police, who control her contact with others.
Journalist Zhou Fang says officials routinely disregard the country's constitution when it comes to controlling speech and Internet content.
While a bail agreement is made for Li Xiaolong, his wife and child along with a refugee named Song Zhiyu remain in custody.
Politicians and rights activists in the city say they are highly skeptical that any of the men are acting from their own free will.
The relatives of 19 detained lawyers facing subversion charges call for a parliamentary investigation.
A human rights lawyer describes his experiences in a police detention center during a recent crackdown.
The Chinese government attempts to exert more control over the Internet as the National People's Congress convenes.
Su Changlan and Tian Li face subversion charges linked to their support for the 2014 pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong.