Gmail has been blocked, Microsoft Outlook hacked and VPN services attacked, as Chinese firms flourish.
China faces a demographic crisis as its population rapidly ages. The one-child policy hasn’t helped.
Is Facebook responding to Chinese pressure by deleting posts in order to curry favor with the Communist Party? Or are dissidents making a fuss about nothing?
Editor Shen Hao’s arrest for extortion marks a triumph for the authorities’ efforts to control the press.
Glamorous models are banned from Shanghai Auto Show and cleavage has been cut from TV drama.
Authorities arrested the three brothers of a Washington-based reporter for Radio Free Asia.
One police department spent $24,000 on malware to spy on citizens’ phones.
Police threatened to arrest protest leaders as the government began “public consultations” on reform.
Authorities restrict independent reporting and intimidate critics, casting doubt on chances of credible investigation.
Tiger products have become sought-after status symbols among the country’s elite.