Authorities in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou carry out a post-mortem on an activist who died in detention, without family consent.
Miss Canada Anastasia Lin says she is the only contestant not to receive an official invitation to China for the Miss World pageant.
The wife of a missing activist flees China after he tried to help the teenage son of two detained rights lawyers.
Journalist Gao Yu recalls her experience during and after the June 4, 1989 crackdown on the Tiananmen democracy movement in a 2006 interview.
Hong Kong high school graduate Josy Chow speaks about faith, death and life with almost total paralysis.
He Xiaolian discusses the role of her husband, Chinese rights activist Li Huaping, as a prisoner of conscience.
Citizen journalist Yang Dongying speaks out about the repercussions for her family from her rights reporting.
Taiwan Field Agency works in Cambodia teaching children how to fish, so they can have a livelihood, but also to regrow the lost intellectual elite.
A Chinese writer detained for attending a political seminar takes aim at charges against detained rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang, who is currently awaiting trial.
A former colonial second-in-command says Beijing and the Hong Kong government lack sincerity over electoral reforms.
The Tiananmen Mothers say they are old, and want to see justice before they die.
Poet and author Tsering Woeser takes aim at a set of viral Tibetan wedding photographs.
The chairperson of Taiwan's opposition Democratic Progressive Party looks set to win her party's nomination to run in the 2016 presidential elections.
The 'haves' must unite with the 'have nots' to provide a political alternative for Taiwan, the founders of a new party say.
An Internet user in China is threatened after she reveals a bid to cover up a fatal industrial accident.
A female private eye describes the difficulties of keeping tabs on cheating officials in China.
The girlfriend of a man beaten to death by the relative of a high-ranking official says the family will continue to fight for justice.
The U.S.-based wife of rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng says her husband is still recovering from years of ill-treatment in detention.
The figurehead of the Tiananmen massacre victims' group says she wants to 'stay alive with dignity' to make their case.
An evictee in one of China's richest cities says she and her ailing husband have no income and are hounded by the authorities.
The wife of detained Chinese rights lawyer Tang Jingling makes a plea for human rights and the rule of law.