They have a larger online following than Oprah, yet you might not know their name. These are Chinese celebrities with the most fans on Sina Weibo. A 2017 top 10 by What’s on Weibo.
Changing wedding customs are the mirror of a rapidly changing China. Over the past 50 years, China has seen drastic changes in the process of getting married and how weddings are celebrated. What’s on Weibo gives an overview of Chinese weddings since the 1950s.
She is China’s ‘Old Godmother’: Tao Huabi (陶华碧) is the creator of one of China’s most famous Lao Gan Ma chili sauces and the embodiment of the ‘Chinese dream.’ By following her own path and relying on her instinct, Tao rose from poverty and became a multi-billionaire. China’s spiciest businesswomen has now quietly retired
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.
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 […]
As social media has become an increasingly common tool for government public diplomacy purposes, a large number of foreign embassies in China have a presence on Sina Weibo to engage with local audiences. What’s on Weibo gives an overview of Weibo’s most (un)popular foreign embassies.
Online payment app Alipay triggered controversy in China this week when it launched a new group chat feature that soon turned into a soft porn place. CEO Peng Lei now apologizes
With 390 million monthly users, Sina Weibo is seeing a huge revival. What was once called ‘China’s Twitter’ has now become a comprehensive platform that incorporates the major features of social media channels like Twitter, YouTube, and InstaGram.