Li Biyun says she has broken at least one rib after being thrown down at the side of a road on her release.
A Chinese writer takes aim at the fantasy of extraterrestrial colonization in "Interstellar."
Two mothers and a daughter talk about intergenerational tensions brought about by the Occupy Central movement.
The wife of a detained ethnic Mongolian dissident says the authorities have suddenly begun refusing to allow visits from his family.
A kindergarten teacher from Hong Kong uses animal tales to teach young children about democracy and protest.
A Chinese woman who ran for chairman of her village committee says the vote was a sham.
A Chinese spa worker describes a campaign to reclaim unpaid wages.
A North Korean defector describes a litany of abuse at the hands of Chinese prison staff.
A former student describes life under China's Red Guards.
The wife of a victim of alleged torture in a Chinese prison recalls the day he was detained.
The wife of a detained Chinese lawyer highlights her husband's plight.
A land activist describes meeting with NGOs and fellow campaigners in the US.
A labor activist says her fellow political prisoners inspired her to carry on.
The daughter and sister of a petitioner reject official accounts of his death.
The daughters of a jailed Chinese dissident urge international pressure on the Chinese government to end its persecution of democracy activists.
The wife of a ethnic Mongolian dissident describes harassment by Chinese authorities.
The new head of the activist group Tiananmen Mothers discusses the role of the younger generation.
Imprisoned Chinese rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng's wife calls on the authorities to allow him a visit on his 50th birthday.
Su Changlan was among those who campaigned for schooling for a Chinese dissident's daughter.
Two Chinese women from Henan tell the story of their forced eviction.
Veteran Chinese reporter Gao Yu speaks about restrictions at a recent press conference with Premier Li Keqiang.
A health and human rights volunteer highlights the problem of sexual abuse in China's education system.
Chinese writer Liu Di, also known as 'Stainless Steel Mouse,' comments on violence and the fragility of dictatorial regimes.
Film critic Wang Xiaorong gives her view of the Chinese contenders at this year's Berlin International Film Festival.
The wife of anti-graft activist Ding Jiaxi describes his case and how he became involved in the movement.
A Chinese woman describes the case of her brother, who claims he was forced to confess to drug smuggling under duress.
Three women have their say on the politics of human rights in China.
A Chinese couple who tried to set fire to themselves in Tiananmen Square in protest at a forced eviction face detention.
Parents search for their missing sons they fear have ended up in China's underground sweatshops.