Anxious parents flood hospitals, vowing to fight for redress, while lawyers and rights activists warn that domestic media face curbs in reporting on the widening tainted milk crisis.
Fallout from China's tainted milk-powder crisis widens in Tibet.
Veteran opposition party member Win Tin has called for substantive talks with Burma's military regime on the future of his country, after his release from a 19-year jail term in Rangoon's Insein prison.
Muslim Uyghur employees at government departments in China's northwest are being offered free lunches during the holy fasting month of Ramadan.
Nepal’s Maoists have entered the country’s political mainstream, following a war that killed thousands. But is one-party rule still their ultimate goal?
Parents and commentators warn that Chinese officials may try to cover up the true extent of a public health crisis caused by tainted milk formula.
Burmese exile Web sites come under cyber-attack.
A Catholic father in Vietnam asks the Vatican to intervene in a land dispute between the Church and the Hanoi government.
Chinese parents are rushing their babies for health checks and vowing to sue amid a spreading scandal over tainted baby formula.
Chinese authorities detain a Tibetan television journalist in Sichuan, citing "political" material on his computer.
Police are using checkpoints, interrogation, and threats to quash protests in Vietnam.
Burma arrests a longtime activist, who now faces new risks in prison.
Rumors are swirling over the reported ill health of the North Korean leader, but who would succeed him if they prove true is a mystery.
Authorities in the Chinese capital have seen a surge in applications to stage demonstrations in Beijing's "protest parks," after a top official sparked hopes that applications might lead to the redress of long-running grievances.
A Burmese court hands down sentences to 10 men in connection with last year's uprising, amid stepped-up security.
Employees and management face off at a Coca-Cola joint-venture bottling plant in southern China, as the country's official trade union begins to flex its muscles for the first time in decades.
Ever hear the one about the communist kittens? The fish who escaped being eaten? Adam and Eve in the Workers' Paradise? These North Korean political jokes hint broadly at the grit and tenacity of citizens living under the world's last surviving Stalinist government.
An official radio station in Xinjiang sacks an outspoken employee, who is now detained.
After the worst violence there in a decade, officials in China's northwesternmost region tighten curbs on the observance of Ramadan.
Vietnamese Catholics get high-level support for protests calling on the government to return expropriated Church land.
Phone service for relatives and associates of a jailed blind activist is curtailed before the Paralympics open.
China has already spent billions of dollars on material aid for Sichuan earthquake victims. Now a U.S.-based foundation wants to help survivors through art.
Nearly six months after a Tibetan uprising against Chinese rule, authorities are releasing some Buddhist monks from detention in Golmud.
Former top Communist Party aide Bao Tong says the processes governing fair play and equal treatment according to the rules of the game will have a big impact on Chinese society.
Sichuan parents are barred from protesting during a visit by China's prime minister.