China's women have legal protection against workplace discrimination—at least in theory, they say.
China's media czar takes aim, but experts wonder if anyone can rein in Web 2.0.
While China accuses Uyghur "separatists" of fomenting unrest, a Uyghur economics professor says, Give them jobs.
Burma and Vietnam have been following China's model of Internet censorship and punishing those who try to get around the restrictions, according to a report by the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists, published in December 2008. Here is the list of imprisoned journalists in these countries.
North Korean defectors say tattoos mark them as foreign. Now they have help in removing them.
State-run dance troupes get a cold reception from Tibetans protesting China's often heavy-handed rule.
Petitioners in an eastern Chinese village say they were forced to attend reeducation sessions or “law study groups.”
A total of 6.1 million university students are expected to graduate from Chinese colleges and universities this year. But job prospects are increasingly limited and unemployment for many is a real possibility.
Petitioners report tight security and heavy surveillance in Beijing as two major meetings get under way.
In a series of pictures sent to RFA from Labrang in Gansu province, in a region known to Tibetans as Amdo, Chinese police can be seen patrolling the city during Tibetan New Year.
Chinese authorities in Tibetan-populated regions have increased security in the wake of a series of Tibetan protests and ahead of several politically sensitive dates.
China's coal miners risk lives in outmoded industry, analysts say.
China gets a badly needed food safety law, but critics say freer media and better enforcement are also necessary.