Some 20 institutions of higher education have set up research centers to study "Xi Jinping Thought," as public portraits of China's latest "core leader" are put on display across the country.
A top parliamentary official in Beijing says the booing of the ruling Chinese Communist Party's national anthem must be banned, 'urgently.'
Hua Yong has been threatened with worse to come from 'stability maintenance' teams if he doesn't leave the capital.
The sidelining of a former ally by Xi Jinping highlight corruption claims by exiled billionaire Guo Wengui.
A prominent Chinese writers' association says it fears he no longer has his Swedish passport, and is being kept under close police surveillance.
Award-winning rights activist Su Changlan is at home with family 'resting,' according to her relatives, who are likely under surveillance.
Rights activists and critics of the ruling party say they still aren't free to move around, and expect restrictions to continue at least until the end of the month.
A former top Communist Party official says China, with its 'palace politics,' is a long way from being a genuine republic.
The recent party congress vows to 'get tough' on pollution, but systemic obstacles remain in spite of renewed will from the top.
None of the promoted Politburo standing committee members is likely to challenge Xi, in spite of factional trading behind the scenes.
Joshua Wong and Nathan Law say they may yet be sent back to jail to complete their sentences or serve new ones.
President Xi Jinping is only the third Chinese leader to be mentioned by name in the constitution of the ruling Chinese Communist Party.
Sources warn that leaks about who will make the all-powerful Politburo standing committee are rife, and could be made with an agenda in mind.
A new government agency is planned to 'manage and protect the rights' of former People's Liberation Army personnel.
Several members of a Protestant church in Sichuan are prevented from traveling to Hong Kong, while believers in Guangdong province are ordered not to meet during a 'sensitive' time.
A top official links the fall of two former Chongqing party chiefs and a former security czar in allegations of a 'conspiracy to usurp party leadership.'
Comments from the city's chief executive spark concerns that a retroactive law may be enacted regarding "insults" to the March of the Volunteers.
Many critics of the government are being held on public order charges, while others remain under close surveillance in their own homes.
Xi's words spark fears that Beijing intends to keep up political pressure and curbs on the freedom of expression in the former British colony.
Xi Jinping gets his own brand of political 'thought,' although it stops short of including his name in the title.
Activists call for growing pressure on Beijing over Tibet, and over its pursuit of its critics, Chinese and foreign, far beyond its borders.
Beijing's rush-hour commuters are being forced to stand in line for individual security scans before boarding trains across the network.
Factories are being shut down in a bid to clear the skies, while outspoken critics of the government have been placed under close surveillance or sent on forced "vacations."
Protesters cheer jailed activist Joshua Wong, whose 21st birthday coincided with the verdict.
Internet users are reporting difficulty using circumvention tools to access content and services beyond the Chinese internet.
State prosecutors in Sichuan's Mianyang stop Huang Qi's lawyers from reading key evidence ahead of his trial.
Conservative Party human rights activist Benedict Rogers is escorted on a plane back where he came from after his lawyer is prevented from meeting with him.
Li Wenzu's husband has been held for more than two years in an unknown location as police keep her under close surveillance.
The Double Tenth, celebrated in democratic Taiwan as National Day, has become a symbol of hope to many in mainland China.
Yao Lijuan is detained after demanding that a group of unidentified men show their ID, and posting the video of the encounter on social media.