A Chinese court hands down stiff sentences in restive Xinjiang, but will they prompt a backlash?
The lawyer of a Chinese democracy activist is asking tough questions of Hong Kong.
Will a cold shoulder from the White House for the Dalai Lama yield progress in Tibetan talks with China?
Officials say some 150,000 children are living rough on China’s streets.
The lawyer for a Vietnamese democracy activist slams a conviction.
Chinese Internet users want online curbs lifted.
Like instant noodles, instant coffee now has an elite following in North Korea.
A former top Communist Party aide says fighting corruption is easier in Taiwan.
Villagers complain of noise and dust from a chemical fiber plant.
Rising temperatures are predicted to affect crop yields and water supplies, and will hit Southeast Asia hard.
A probe into North Korea's mining industry is under way in a bid to reduce graft.
Chinese authorities tighten restrictions on migrant workers in Xinjiang.
Defectors give an account of how and why they fled North Korea.
Authorities pass a law that bans the discussion of separatism in a northwestern China divided by ethnic tensions.
Cell phone technology provides a new method for exchanging information in Internet-censored China.
National Day celebrations in Beijing are off-limits to residents, while ceremonies in Tibetan and Uyghur populated areas require participation.
China marks the 60th anniversary of Communist Party rule with major festivities, and curbs on everything from kites to knives and foreign TV.
Followers of a Zen monk and peace activist are driven from a monastery in Vietnam following a standoff.
China plans a meticulously scripted anniversary celebration of Communist Party rule, under extremely tight security.
As China tightens security ahead of a major anniversary, North Korean refugees are even less welcome.
Tibetans face increased restrictions on prayer and travel ahead of a sensitive Chinese anniversary.
A former Party aide calls on Chinese to push for democracy as National Day approaches.
Police in China are seeking a third Uyghur man for allegedly leaking information about a death in custody.
Outrage in southern China over deliberate flooding to ease the water level at a local dam.
A budget food item in South Korea is now a prized gourmet item across the border.
The father of an ethnic Uyghur man in northwest China says police turned out in force.
A legal defense is under way for a U.S.-based Chinese dissident detained for alleged fraud as he tried to return home for a visit.
In China’s tense Xinjiang region, could a suspicious death spark more ethnic violence?
Authorities storm a house church in northern China, beating worshipers and demolishing buildings in the compound.
A former Burmese military officer describes how children are enticed into the armed forces.