Plane ticket prices rise and hundreds cross the border to Cambodia.
Violence spreads to an industrial park in central Vietnam's Ha Tinh province.
Companies from Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore are also affected by violence directed at Chinese-owned factories.
Thousands enter industrial parks and vandalize Chinese foreign investment.
Southeast Asian nations voice 'serious concerns' over the escalating South China Sea crisis.
Vietnamese activists call for protests against Beijing over tensions in the South China Sea.
Beijing has 'invested a lot of Chinese prestige' by placing a rig in contested waters, a Vietnam expert says.
The vessels were trying to stop Beijing from setting up an oil rig in disputed waters.
The move is a departure from the early release of three jailed dissidents last month.
Six Vietnamese bloggers express concerns over harsh restrictions on Internet freedom.
Bipartisan commission calls for Myanmar, China, and North Korea to be kept on blacklist of abusers.
A group of netizens visiting Washington calls for greater US pressure on Vietnam to protect freedom of speech.
Six other netizens have arrived in Washington for various events ahead of World Press Freedom Day.
A more effective vaccination campaign might have avoided the crisis, it says.
Netizens call for the embattled health minister's resignation.
He calls for increased vigilance as the toll rises to 112.
The figure is more than four times higher than previously reported, local reports say.
Amnesty International says Hanoi should free scores still jailed.
The freedom for a pro-democracy activist and a blogger comes prior to completion of their full sentences.
Rights lawyer Cu Huy Ha Vu is 'now a free man,' according to a US lawmaker.
Dinh Dang Dinh passed away 'in peace' at his family's home, his daughter says.
She will appeal the verdict for her husband’s convicted killers.
He demands tough punishments for police accused of killing an interrogation subject.
His wife says the decision on the landmark case had been expected.
Nguyen Huu Cau receives an amnesty from President Truong Tan Sang.
But the order comes too late to help his chances of survival, his family says.
The punishment is part of a crackdown on Hmong supporters of a funeral reform program.
Rights groups slam the government's drive to suppress online criticism of its policies.
Charges were tied to the ethnic minority group's rejection of government aid.
Petition calls on the government to acknowledge the 'sacrifices' of the fallen.