On the day of Trum’s inauguration, the president-elect is all the talk on Weibo. A video in which Chinese children express their views on America’s new president is now making its rounds on Weibo.
The night of January 16 was Weibo Night (#微博之夜#) – the yearly much-anticipated ceremony that looks back on Sina Weibo’s hottest celebrities and happenings of the last year.
In a rapidly urbanizing China, small rural schools are slowly disappearing. As children move out to the cities with their parents, some schools – once lively village institutions – have now become empty buildings. In the mountainous region of Youyang County, one teacher keeps his school open for two remaining students.
The meeting between U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and Alibaba chairman Jack Ma on January 9 in New York has got netizens talking. Could Sino-American relations indeed be strengthened through ‘Alibaba diplomacy’?
A remarkable funeral parade for Taiwanese politican Tung Hsiang on January 3rd included 50 scantily clad women pole dancing on cars. The festive funeral shows that the phenomenon of erotic dancers or strippers at Chinese funerals are a seemingly undying tradition.
The Central Communist Youth League of China (共青团中央) recently announced its official presence on Chinese video-sharing site Bilibili, which is focused on anime, comics, games, and subcultures popular among Chinese youth. What’s on Weibo’s Diandian Guo takes a look at what happens when China’s official discourse mixes with online pop culture.
What were the most discussed topics on Weibo of 2016? What’s on Weibo gives an overview of top stories on Chinese social media from A to Z: a look back at Weibo’s biggest trends of 2016. As we are getting ready for a new year, What’s on Weibo reflects on the most popular trending stories […]
Shocking footage showing Syrian parents sending their daughters off for a suicide attack has sparked widespread debate on Chinese social media on the topic of terrorism and Islam.
It has been four years since violent anti-Japanese demonstrations erupted across China. Still hospitalized for his injuries, Xi’an resident Wang Jianli was attacked during the protests for driving a Japanese car. In a recent interview that has been going around Chinese social media, his wife blames Japan for their suffering. It was September 2012 when […]
Recently, a Chinese mother of a 10-year-old boy posted online about her son’s severe bullying at school. Her story has triggered heated online discussions about the problem of school bullying in China.