Did the Communist Party chief's aide try to flee China over claims that Brit had been poisoned?
Investors swap safe-haven gold for money-making equities
Chongqing party boss ousted amid rumours of attempted defection, suicide and torture
Opinion Digest: Martin on Goldman's PR disaster, Wyatt on the questionable appeal of older men
Three self-immolations overshadow national state meeting in China and mark anniversaries of unrest
New York Times report puts treatment of Apple's Chinese factory workers in the spotlight
At last, space expert believes he knows the true purpose of America's mysterious spacecraft
Chinese dissident goes to jail as authorities give out harshest sentence yet for failed 'Jasmine Revolution'
The Communist Party has 'lost control' of Wukan village as land reform protests continue
Chinese government state the importance of civil liberties - but activists struggle to agree
Goldman's predictions of China's world dominance have already come true in the smartphone market
Artist in trouble with the authorities again – this time over nude photos police find ‘obscene’
Jim O'Neill tells European countries to make way in G7 for rising BRIC economies
First case of self-immolation in Tiananmen Square in a decade is caught on camera by British tourist
Boy’s body remained under truck’s wheels for seven hours while family negotiated compensation