Two groups of citizens in China rescued innocent petitioners from detention and likely abuse, one from a black jail in Sichuan and two from the clutches of hired thugs in Beijing.
A street protest in southwest China was triggered by a self-proclaimed official, who began hitting a student who ran into him on his bicycle.
A former patient says a Chongqing state hospital in China is in the business of illicit organ harvesting.
The skyline of Beijing was once again darkened by dust on the morning of Feb. 28, and sections of highways were closed off to traffic with visibility at less than 1 kilometer [...]
After police let off a BMW driver after he assaulted a bus driver, due solely to his political connections, locals were enraged and started a street protest against the police.
“Anti-corruption” has become the number one buzzword in China over the last few weeks.
Wang Lijun, who set off a political firestorm in February after attempting to defect to the U.S. Consulate, caused the demotion of at least 5,600 policemen.
Large numbers of Chinese Communist Party officials are being wiretapped, causing them constant worry that their illicit activities may be exposed, an industry expert says.
Bo Xilai became the secretary of Chongqing Municipal Committee in November 2007. At the end of 2009, Wang Hongju suddenly resigned.
China’s state-run media recently proclaimed that Chinese citizens should be granted more freedom to criticize the government.