Monday, April 13, 2015
China's government has threatened to shut down Sina, one of the country's most popular news websites unless it "improves censorship," state media reported, in a rare public glimpse into controls over the press.
Sunday, April 12, 2015
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urged Beijing on Friday to immediately release five feminists who were detained ahead of International Women's Day.
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Chinese inflation held steady at 1.4 percent in March, the government said Friday, leaving policymakers further room for monetary stimulus as they try to manage a broad slowdown in the world's second-biggest economy.
U.S. President Barack Obama warned Thursday that China shouldn't "elbow aside" countries it is in conflict with in the South China Sea, where the United States has sounded an alarm over Chinese construction on disputed islands.
Beijing hit back Friday at U.S. President Barack Obama's criticism of Chinese construction in the disputed South China Sea, arguing that it is Washington that has greater military "muscle."
A former executive of Sino-German auto joint venture FAW-Volkswagen has been jailed for life for taking millions of dollars in bribes, according to a state media report.
A popular Chinese television celebrity has apologized for insulting the founder of Communist China, after his remarks at a private dinner caused a stir in China and rekindled debate on the complicated legacy of the revolutionary figure.
Friday, April 10, 2015
Almost 30,000 people living near a Chinese chemical plant where a huge fire blazed for a total of nearly 50 hours were evacuated before the flames were finally extinguished Thursday, media said.
Tibet's Communist Party chief has demanded that Buddhist monasteries display the national flag as part of efforts to shore up Chinese control over the restive region.
One of China's most famous television hosts has had his shows taken off air after allegedly insulting Communist China's founding father Mao Zedong, according to reports.