During local level elections in China, non-Communist Party candidates entered the spotlight using social media. Then the Party struck back.
Every two minutes someone in China commits suicide. One man tries to stop them.
The two thousand people of Huaxi, China’s richest village, all live in big villas, drive in expensive cars and make sure the gates to their wealth keep shut for outsiders.
She lost her 17-year-old son in the bloody 1989 crackdown of protests on Tiananmen Square. A mother talks about her fight to get the authorities to investigate the massacre.
,,Short people can be amongst their own kind here. There is nobody they have to look up to.''
Hundreds of elderly Shanghainese flock to their local Ikea store to find someone, not to assemble furniture with, but to build up a relationship.
With his popular blog, Zhang Shihe has rescued a group of homeless in Beijing from sleeping on cardboard among the rats of the city. 'Chinese people are better than their government'.