President's comments are the latest sign of politically conservative agenda and come amid ratcheting up of controls over media, dissidents, internet
Internet transparency monitor GreatFire.org reports the e-mail service is 84 percent blocked in the country after months of disruptions
Earlier this year China announced plans to remove nine crimes from the list of capital offenses, including counterfeiting, fraudulent fund-raising and forcing others into prostitution
Detained American's lawyer says charges of embezzlement and counterfeiting receipts are 'just excuses'
President Xi Jinping’s two-day visit to Macau for ceremonies to mark the 1999 handover by Portugal to China
Attacks this spring at train station and market in Xinjiang region capital Urumqi killed 42 people, injured 79
The strikes in Heilongjiang Province were rooted in a government plan that requires teachers to contribute to their pension plans
Benny Tai says it is unclear whether police will detain or release him and his Occupy co-founders, but they are ready to accept consequences no matter the outcome
Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying says police have been tolerant but will now take 'resolute action'
That race had been seen as a test of confidence in Ma's China-friendly government; China views the island as a breakaway province
Attacks in area have left hundreds dead in recent years; government has mostly blamed ethnic Uighur separatists