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.
Women rights advocates call on China's population planning officials to de-link household registration from compulsory fitting of IUDs.
A minority woman in China describes discrimination while using the Mongolian language for official matters.
The wife of a jailed crusading Chinese journalist speaks about the family's plight.
A Chinese writer contemplates what lies between the philosophies of determinism and free will.
A woman animal rights activist says many Chinese are still unaware that the ivory trade stems from massacres of elephants.
The female relatives of two men detained by Chinese authorities over a land dispute describe their run in with police.
The wife of an ethnic Mongolian activist says her husband's health is quickly deteriorating under illegal detention.
A Vietnamese rights activist recently freed from jail describes life under probation.
Writer Liu Di critiques the 'collective thinking' in China's 'society of differences.'
Two activist women describe their experiences during a crackdown on their rights group in southern China.
A Chinese petitioner tells why she continues to protest against the 're-education through labor' system that changed her life.
Chinese women living in European cities describe how the economic recession and debt crisis has affected their lives.
Female students are furious at unequal gender standards used in China's university application process.
A Chinese woman tells of her family's experience in the accident-plagued coal mining industry.
Taiwan's first culture minister describes life under martial law following the end of civil war in China.
The fiancee of a prominent rights activist describes constant harassment by Chinese authorities.
A former Chinese table tennis star looks at what it's like to come second on a Chinese Olympic team.
A daughter speaks about the plight of her Taiwanese father detained in China.
A Taiwanese film-maker sheds light on her latest work on the prickly issue over the island's independence.
A Chinese evictee describes the hardships she has faced since her home was demolished by local authorities.
Unfazed by police intimidation, Vietnamese blogger Huynh Thuc Vy vows she will not be silenced.
A women's rights activist describes finding religion after fleeing a crackdown in China.
A gender scholar defends the right of Chinese women to choose what they want to wear.
The daughter of a prominent Beijing rights activist is laid off from her job amid fears of financial problems.
Authorities question Woeser about being photographed in traditional Tibetan dress.
The wife of a jailed Chinese rights lawyer says news of the outside world will help ease his troubles.
An immigrant to San Francisco from Hong Kong tells of four decades of teaching English to newcomers.