Stories about Chinese from August, 2013
Democrats in Hong Kong are planning to occupy the city center and struggle for universal suffrage. Martin Luther King's civil disobedience campaign serves as their inspiration.
Web users are speculating that the charge against Charles Xue is part of a scheme by authorities to control influential liberals online.
Authorities have been slow to do anything about the elaborate and illegal constructions, including one rooftop villa in Beijing that resembles a lush green mountaintop.
The directive reaffirms President Xi Jinping's political conservatism despite his economic reforms and tough stance on corruption.
Pro-Beijing groups and the Hong Kong government are going after a school teacher who swore at police officers as they allowed a group of Falun Gong protesters to be harassed.
The suspension is a temporary victory for Taiwan's anti-nuclear activists, who oppose the fourth nuclear power plant.
Taiwan's referendum rules, which require 50 percent of voters to participate, favors the minority groups who boycott the vote.
Popular website sex141.com encourages users and ghostwriters to leave bad reviews of sex workers and charges for positive reviews to be written.
Hu Yixuan, a 17-year-old student nurse, was allegedly lured to her death by a pregnant woman asking for help.
A front page article by Xinhua news agency points the finger at the former Soviet Union as an example of the consequences of democratic reforms.
The demonstration at Hong Kong Ocean Park was part of the "Empty the Tanks" global day of protest against marine mammal captivity.