Pro-Beijing forces blame a Liberal Studies course for filling young minds with dangerous Western ideas.
The democracy camp fears retaliation from the establishment and a legacy of division after the protests end.
President Xi backs vision with tens of billions of dollars of investment, but may find money can't buy love.
Faced with government intransigence and ebbing support, demonstrators want an honorable way out.
A stiff, uncomfortable handshake marked the first official meeting between China’s Xi and Japan’s Abe.
Unable to clear the air completely for an important regional summit, China resorts to blocking the U.S. Embassy’s air quality readings.
The Chinese president’s entourage is accused of using a 2013 trip to Tanzania to smuggle out huge amounts of illegal ivory.
He was one of the most-wanted student leaders after the 1989 protests.
The double murders are already drawing comparisons to the Bret Easton Ellis novel “American Psycho,” about an investment banker who leads a double life as a serial killer.