Residents want Beijing to investigate graft allegations around a property deal.
Chinese authorities use the annual license inspection to intimidate lawyers.
A raid on a restaurant sparks clashes between Uyghurs and local riot police.
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A Uyghur woman says her own embassy won't help her get home to China.
Ethnic Uyghurs cite strict conditions when detainees die in custody.
North Korean propaganda posters now circulating seem to be referring to a recent attack on the South Korean vessel Cheonan, which Pyongyang has denied.
Residents say fake materials are being used to spruce up the city, while genuine cleanup plans are ignored.
Villagers in southern China battle police and factory employees to hold onto their land.
Rights blogs are shut down, while Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook remain blocked.
Demolitions and tighter security spark fears of a new backlash in Xinjiang.
Local officials in China need to start abiding by the country's laws, experts say.
A U.S. plan to merge export control agencies may lead to debate over China curbs.
Chinese authorities and the Internet firm reach a compromise decision.
Leaflets critical of the North Korean leader are scattered in his mother’s birthplace.
Residents say both Uyghurs and Han Chinese feel mistreated a year after ethnic riots.
Surveillance is tight and tensions run high, a year after deadly riots.
Officials quash speculation about the meaning of changes to the search engine’s China page.
China jails a U.S. citizen for selling 'state secrets.'
Popular subsidy program boosts sales but wastes power, analysts say.
A Tibetan environmentalist is sentenced on charges of "splittism" a week after his brother’s trial.
To keep Chinese search engine traffic, Google needs a license from the government.
A Chinese-Lao joint venture drops plans to build a Chinatown near the Lao capital.
Key events in Xinjiang—the site of a deadly ethnic clashes in July 2009—since 2008.
China's dissident elder statesman sees something to learn from a neighboring republic.
Bao Tong, aide to an ousted top Chinese cadre, considers the issue of succession.