China is buying up broadcast space on foreign airwaves, pages inside newspapers and expanding its own state-owned media networks to increase its influence abroad and better spread the central government's policies.
China bans the WeChat account of an online community boasting 300,000 followers despite the site's 'strict self-censorship', forming part of a broader crackdown on media sources from outside of China.
A court rules that Ma Jian, China's former deputy intelligence chief, used his political power to aid a fugitive US-based billionaire.
The head and co-founder of ecommerce giant Alibaba is confirmed as a communist party member by Chinese state-backed newspaper The People's Daily.
The word "terrorism" has been used and abused globally for political ends for decades. So who gets to decide who does and doesn't make Australia's terrorism list?
The Australian boss of Chinese telco giant Huawei says it's not controlled by Beijing and will respect Australian law, pushing back against national security concerns.
Li Yang is one of the stars of Chinese independent film. But he's also now decided to compromise on the topics he deals with to ensure his films pass censors and reach a huge Chinese audience.
Nicolai Tankin was wrongfully convicted of being a spy at the height of China's chaotic Cultural Revolution. Now his daughter, who lives in Australia, is facing an uphill battle to clear his name.
From a factory worker tightening screws for a living to a professor — this is the incredible story of Shuang Liu, one of millions of people whose lives changed forever when China reinstated the national entrance exam in 1977.
Individuals or groups who try to influence Australia's democracy on behalf of a foreign power will be forced to declare who they're working for under proposed new laws to be soon introduced to Parliament.