A mother whose baby died after a suspected medical error describes her fight for justice.
A Chinese movie critic gives her view of the landscape for foreign films in China.
A former 'cover teacher' describes fighting for assistance after being laid off from a government education program.
The mother and sister-in-law of blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng describe the harsh restrictions placed on their family.
A former inmate recounts her experiences at a Chinese labor camp.
A former Hong Kong chief secretary expresses worry about the territory's future.
A North Korean defector describes being trafficked in China.
A Chinese woman describes what she witnessed at the scene at the Boston marathon bombings.
A Vietnamese woman in the U.S. tells the story of her sister's trafficking at a Vietnamese-run brothel in Moscow.
The wife of an imprisoned Chinese rights lawyer describes the persecution her family has endured.
Chinese mothers go to great lengths to have their children born in the U.S.
The editor of a political magazine in Hong Kong discusses China's new first lady.
A former editor of an official newspaper discusses China's treatment of foreign journalists.
An outspoken activist is beaten after an altercation with the authorities following her visit to the house of Liu Xia.
A rights activist describes the plight of Kachin women living in refugee camps in northern Burma.
The pastor of an unofficial Protestant church says China's ruling Communist Party is trying to limit members' activities.
Five high-school students take issue with gender bias in China's highly competitive university entrance system.
Women who try to lodge complaints against local officials in China are particularly vulnerable to attack and abuse.
A woman born in Shanghai resists labels as she explores new musical forms in Germany.
The sister of a man whose conviction was overturned after more than a decade in a Chinese prison describes his release.
A professor of religion recalls the life of a visionary Buddhist teacher in modern Tibet.
A women's rights campaigner discusses discriminatory hiring practices in China's job market.
A Chinese dissident journalist says public disclosure of officials' assets would encourage more whistleblowing on corruption.
Imprisoned Chinese rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng's wife Geng He shares what little she can learn of her husband's life in prison.
A land activist and a religious activist suffer poor conditions in a Vietnamese jail.
A Chinese activist describes beatings and substandard medical care in a forced labor camp.
A Hong Kong lawmaker takes a swipe at movie star Jackie Chan.
The daughter of a jailed businessman describes what her family endured under China's former Chongqing party chief.
A dissident writer in China describes why she believes Mo Yan should not have received the literary award.
The wife and son of Inner Mongolian dissident Hada call on Chinese authorities to stop political persecution against them.