CNN Date: August 13, 2015 By: Steven Jiang, Dana Ford and Jethro Mullen, CNN Tianjin, China (CNN)A series of huge explosions shook the northern Chinese city of Tianjin late Wednesday, ...

Want China Times Date: 2015-08-11 By: Xinhua and Staff Reporter China’s Ministry of Culture on Monday released a blacklist of 120 songs that in their opinion, “trumpeted obscenity, violence, crime ...

The Guardian By: Jennifer Duggan in Shanghai More than 100 legal professionals and activists have been questioned or detained with strong attacks in state media against those affected More than ...

Draft Law Requires Companies to Enforce Censorship and Aid Surveillance Human Rights Watch Date: August 4, 2015 (New York) – The Chinese government should scrap provisions in the proposed Cybersecurity ...

International Business Times Date: July 21 2015 By: Michelle FlorCruz @mflorcruz m.florcruz@ibtimes.com A sweeping crackdown on China’s human rights lawyers has left 20 people still in custody, six of which ...

International Business Times Date: July 31 2015 By: Thomas Barrabi @TBarrabi t.barrabi@ibtimes.com A human rights advocacy group criticized the International Olympic Committee Friday after it selected Beijing, China’s bid to ...

The Street Date: 08/03/15 By: PR Newswire GENEVA, Aug. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Four leading global human rights advocacy groups are calling on the United Nations to use its influence ...

The New York Times Date: JULY 31, 2015 By: XIAO GUOZHEN Until two years ago, I lived in Beijing and belonged to a loosely organized group of legal professionals known ...

Epoch Times Date: July 28, 2015 By: Joshua Philipp, Epoch Times History may have played out differently if world leaders had listened to the warnings of an author in 1914. ...

Epoch Times Date: July 28, 2015 By: Frank Fang, Epoch Times and Leo Timm, Epoch Times While elderly Chinese women have made foreign headlines for eccentric behavior, from gigs in ...

BBC News By: Juliana Liu Hong Kong correspondent, BBC News China has restricted the use of crosses outside Protestant and Catholic churches in some provinces Few things frighten Philip Woo, ...

The Economist Date: Jul 25th 2015 THE Communist Party is struggling to manage the only cult in China bigger than itself—the Christian church. All down the country’s eastern seaboard it ...

The Economist Essay · CHINA’S FUTURE – What China wants As China becomes, again, the world’s largest economy, it wants the respect it enjoyed in centuries past. But it does ...

The dissident Chinese artist will travel for a landmark exhibition of his work in September. Chinese state media is reporting that Ai Weiwei, the artists and dissident, has been released ...

BBC News Date: 24 July 2015 By: Carrie Gracie China editor All kinds of people have been “disturbing public order” this week in China. It almost, but not quite, makes ...