Analysts say book purge is part of an ideological reform
Heavy sentences meted out to veteran rights activists shows bleak human rights situation
Beijing's population drop is in line with national trends that stoke concern about the country's economy
Chinese leader’s power grab is seen as having its origin in Communist ideology
Elizabeth Tang and husband Lee Cheuk-yan have campaigned for workers’ rights in Hong Kong for decades
Hong Kong leader told to be vigilant of "destructive forces lurking in society"
The activists were convicted of failing to comply with a national security police investigation
National People’s Congress to usher in major government reshuffle and organizational overhaul to boost party control