A primary school student’s essay about a teacher’s scoldings and beatings has gone viral on Chinese social media. “Teacher, What I Want To Tell You” has stirred widespread discussions about emotional abuse and corporal punishment in China’s classrooms.
As tensions are rising in the US standoff with North Korea, the question of China’s position in the conflict is growing more important by the day. Although state media earlier said China would help North Korea if the US would attempt to overthrow its government, some renowned Chinese experts hold a different view.
China’s tech giants Tencent, Sina Weibo and Baidu are being investigated by China’s Office for Cyberspace Administration for “violating internet laws.” Chinese netizens respond with cynicism: “Just close them down and let’s all read the People’s Daily.”
“The A4 Waist is out of fashion, now the Heart-Shaped Boob challenge is popular,” – a sentence that is buzzing around Weibo these days. Is this indeed the next bizarre challenge to go viral on Chinese social media?
China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) issued a notice this weekend that Chinese television stations should refrain from broadcasting TV dramas “focused on entertaining” or “programs with foreign elements” during primetime.
A baby girl from a village in Shandong has been rescued by authorities after netizens exposed the abuse by her father on Weibo. On August 5, a female netizen from Shandong shared pictures on Weibo that showed the bruises on a newborn baby. The pictures were taken in a village in Shandong’s Yinqu county. The […]
There is no age limit when it comes to style. This is something that is especially apparent when looking at the Taiwanese ‘Moonlight Fairy’, an 88-year-old grandmother with a unique sense of style.
A 21-year-old student from Shenzen University who went missing this week during a shopping trip to Hong Kong has now turned up. The young woman, whose name and photo is all over social media, has been arrested for shoplifting – and now everybody knows it. “A single slip might cause everlasting damage,” many people say.