All guests registering at Lhasa hotels and guesthouses will have their details stored in a police database, and their movements monitored by staff.
Residents report a new clash between Han Chinese and ethnic minority Uyghurs in Tianjin.
China is seeking eased curbs on sensitive U.S. exports before it revalues its currency, but experts say a trade-off would be unacceptable.
High-tech giants pledge to probe conditions at a factory plagued by suicides.
Chinese Internet users are increasingly taking the news into their own hands.
Chinese authorities are still detaining a number of Uyghurs without charge after the Urumqi unrest.
A Chinese man ends his own life rather than face eviction.
Authorities in northwestern China announce new religious restrictions.
A North Korean art exhibit sparks anger in Austria.
Firefighters struggle to contain an inferno in Rangoon.
Tibet's exiled leader holds a discussion with Chinese netizens on a popular microblogging service.
China is citing Europe's debt crisis as a new concern for its currency policy, but U.S. patience over trade deficits may be wearing thin.
A Burmese student leader will spend five more years in jail.
North Korea, unusually, isn't telling its people about escalating tensions with the South.
An annual, U.S. government award rewards two reporters for their reporting on Korean orphans and a Chinese environmental activist.
Authorities in Tibet ban popular ringtones characterized as 'separatist.'
Chinese authorities deny a Uyghur scholar the right to travel outside of the country.
Did Pakistani officials pressure a Uyghur-language school into closing its doors?
Chinese authorities restore Internet access to Xinjiang, but censorship is likely to continue.
Intellectuals, along with a new Web-savvy generation, have expressed themselves at their own peril.
Simmering tensions erupt over a cement factory in northwestern China.
Chinese Internet users call for the release of a jailed AIDS activist.
Oil-hungry China signs a huge deal with Nigeria.
Authorities ban a Chinese rights lawyer from traveling overseas.
In rural Shaanxi, tensions have been running high between farmers, officials and real estate developers.
Premier Wen has warned officials who fail to meet energy-saving targets, but analysts blame the government for poor efficiency results.
The massive Gulf oil spill has exacted a heavy price from some 5,000 Vietnamese fishermen.
Burma’s military government hinders aid during a severe drought.
A women's rights activist talks about her work in China.
A series of knife attacks against children in China has prompted increased security measures at schools around the country and raised concerns about mental health treatment.