Beijing should seek dignity for all Chinese if they wish to achieve sustainable prosperity at home.
Security czar Zhou Yongkang gave the order to cremate the body of Li Wangyang within three days of his death, a Hong Kong media report said.
Calls for democracy in China resounded at Hong Kong’s Victoria Park as more than 180,000 attended the yearly candlelight vigil in memory of the 1989 massacre of student [...]
Hong Kong residents are preparing for the annual commemoration of the June 4, 1989, Tiananmen Square student protests and massacre.
Political parties, human rights organizations, and other groups that are normally suppressed—often violently—in China, will now be allowed to register themselves, under a [...]
A new political party aims to create a constitutional democracy in China and end one-party rule.
Wei Jingsheng, one of the most recognized Chinese human rights and democracy activists, weighs in on the significance of the political upheaval presently occurring in China.
Li Zhaoxing, a spokesman for the fifth session of the 11th National People’s Congress, which closed Monday in Beijing, delivered a fatal blow to the fantasy of political [...]
Contradictory statements by officials at China’s annual two meetings regarding the eagerly anticipated village elections in Wukan, Guangdong Province, do not bode well for [...]
Communist Party authorities are already working to manipulate Wukan’s fledgling free elections.