For Shenzhou Missions, a stretched version of the typical Long March fairing is used ... Four aerodynamic stabilizers are attached to the upper part of the fairing that is part of the Launch Escape System in a escape scenario, those would deploy to stabilize the vehicle while flying under the Launch Abort Engines. The Fairing’s ‘wings’ are in a stowed position for flight.
As with Soyuz, these are grid fin stabilizers; here's a clear picture:
It doesn't look like the stabilizers are articulated beyond hinging out to a deployed position, so unlike the grid fins found on e.g. Falcon 9, they don't give any active steering capability, they just slow the capsule and keep it oriented into the airstream, like the feathers of a badminton shuttlecock.