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Xie Haojie is wanted for economic crimes involving $210 M
The son of Shenyang petitioner Liu Zhen is incommunicado after raising doubts about the cause of his father's death on social media.
The club has been designated an 'illegal organization,' amid fears that arrests could follow.
Robert Schellenberg has said he will appeal the sentence, which was handed down following a retrial ordered in the wake of Meng Wanzhou's arrest.
The wife of Yu Wensheng, who has been held incommunicado for a year on suspicion of 'subversion,' receives the prize in his absence.
Ji Xiaolong is sentenced to three-and-a-half years after complaining about indefinite rule by China's president.
Police detain and place under house arrest dozens of would-be supporters and fellow activists, cordoning off the court building.
Ti-Anna Wang and her family are turned away at the airport in spite of obtaining a valid visa, amid an ongoing diplomatic row over Huawei.
The Chinese Communist Party is hoping that teachers from the former colonies and the democratic island of Taiwan will pledge to uphold its rule.
Ethnic Mongolians fear the ruling Chinese Communist Party is about to begin a new 'wave of persecution' in the region.
Wang Quanzhang's wife says she fears for his health and safety after more than three years of pretrial detention.
Local newspaper reports several cases of brain damage in children fighting influenza in the provincial capital, Guangzhou.
Officials move ahead with plans to criminalize any 'insult' to China's national anthem, without specifying which situations could result in prosecution.
President Tsai Ing-wen's insistence that Beijing respect the island's democracy and statehood also wins widespread favor.
A social media clip made by the activists was judged to have 'insulted' a Chinese leader, leading to 20-month jail terms.
Freshly leaked documents indicate that Chinese officials thought nothing of bugging and surveilling the paper's journalists in violation of Hong Kong's promised autonomy.
Police are handing out administrative punishments for 'using illegal channels to access the international internet.'
The government-backed Islamic Association says the religion must be compatible with President Xi Jinping's political thought.
Chinese commentators say the detentions indicate Beijing could be engaging in 'hostage diplomacy.'
One-third of respondents overall said they intend to emigrate, with nearly 16 percent already preparing to leave.