Reports of China Hacking 'Credible' as New Zealand Professor Reports Car-Tampering
A massive hacking operation spying on Australian firms originates from China's ministry of state security, according to a media investigation.
Nine Stand Trial in Hong Kong For ‘Inciting’ 2014 Pro-Democracy Movement
British MPs hit out at ‘public nuisance charges used to intimidate and silence pro-democracy figures.’
Guangdong Rights Activist Redetained Over Marking of 1911 Revolution
Huang Wenxun is under formal arrest on suspicion of 'picking quarrels and stirring up trouble.'
Activist Detained, Fired in China's Jiangsu Over Twitter Posts
Police confront Nanjing activist Shi Jing with tweets supporting a detained rights lawyer before deleting his account on Twitter.
China Steps up Online 'Clean-up,' Monitoring of Ordinary Citizens
The country's internet regulator orders service providers to clamp down on users, as police encourage citizens to inform on their neighbors.
Police in China's Guangzhou Threaten Beaten Lawyer With Punishment
Police hand down an "administrative punishment" to rights lawyer Sun Shihua after she complained about a beating and strip search at their hands.
US Vice President: Indo-Pacific ‘No Place For Empire’
Beijing’s moves in South China Sea threaten sovereignty of nations, Mike Pence says.
Detention of Bishop in China's Zhejiang Casts Doubts on Vatican Deal
Bishop Peter Shao of Wenzhou has been taken to an unknown location amid pressure for him to join a state-sponsored body in charge of Chinese Catholics.
Hong Kong Students Protest at Graduation Over Vanishing Freedoms in The City
The protest comes as a U.S. congressional report hits out at a string of recent blows to the city's traditional freedoms of speech, association and publication.
Congressional Panel Calls for Tougher US Approach to a Rising, Authoritarian China
U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission says hope of a reforming China has faded.
China Releases Former Nanjing Professor Jailed For 'Subversion'
Guo Quan says he is in good health and plans to make a living selling his own calligraphy.
Report on Ruling Chinese Communist Party Cell at Hong Kong University Deleted
China's National Judges College party chief calls on Hong Kong branch members to 'fight against wrong words and actions.
Popular Chinese Liquor Xifeng Unsafe to Drink as Harmful Chemicals Detected in Tests
Xifeng, one of China's four most famous brands of liquor called baijiu, could be unsafe for human consumption, ...
Hong Kong Lawmakers Protest Over Reported Loss of Border Land to China
Lawmakers raise concerns that a private bridge used by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) could weaken the city's law enforcement.
China Abolishes Top Beijing Law Firm Known For Human Rights Cases
Beijing Fengrui law firm has ceased to exist, three years after a nationwide crackdown targeting hundreds of human rights lawyers and activists.
Police Detain Maoist Labor Activists on Campuses Across China: Group
A Maoist student group showing solidarity with workers at Jasic Technology in Shenzhen is the main target for a growing, nationwide crackdown.
China Revokes Business License of Independent Think-Tank Unirule
The head of the Unirule Institute of Economics, Sheng Hong, says the authorities are targeting independent voices from the private sector.
Chinese Refugee Found Guilty of Violating Thailand’s Immigration Law, Given Probation
Yang Chong and his wife Wu Yuhua fled China in 2015 after being targeted for their activism.
Repeated Blows to Free Speech Spark Outcry in Hong Kong
Democratic politicians and journalists say Beijing's 'red lines' are vague and subject to change, and that the city's government nods along with them too willingly.
Chinese Police Continue Crackdown on Student Labor Activists: Reporters
At least one student is detained after a protest outside the Apple Store in Beijing, while student Marxists in Nanjing are beaten by 'unidentified men.'