Chinese company M-Bar has thought of a new solution for people who love karaoke but are too shy to sing in front of a crowd. M-Bar’s private self-service karaoke booths, located in shopping malls across the country, are all the rage in China now. More than just a karaoke box, it’s a recording studio and a place to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
You found the ideal future spouse, but you can’t afford to marry her – this is an increasingly common problem in China’s so-called ‘bare branch villages. Our latest weivlog on this trending topic.
A service that lets college students pick up your packages and buy your groceries – it is a business model that proved successful for the female student Xue Jing, who now manages a team of 30 students who all work as ‘package pick-up staff’. On December 1st, Sina News reported how one college girl from […]
Uber China has shut down its old app. Watch our latest Weivlog on Uber and its recent China development to see what it means for users in & outside the PRC.
A Korean commercial by American footwear company K-Swiss has recently sparked outrage on Chinese social media. The ad video depicts an alleged Chinese character in a way that is called “insulting” and “humiliating” to China. The controversy fuels anti-Korean sentiments amidst current China-South Korea tensions, negatively impacting the popularity and presence of Korean pop culture in the PRC.
It has been a year since the Uniqlo sex tape took over Chinese social media. What happened? What’s on Weibo flashback!
A verdict has come out in the case of the South China Sea that was brought to the tribunal in The Hague by the Philippines which argues that Chinese activities in the region are illegal. Big news that has got Chinese (social) media talking. Check out our latest Weivlog here.
A Japanese instruction video on how to make the ‘perfect selfie’ made its rounds on Sina Weibo today. What actually is the perfect selfie?
A series of videos showing a middle-aged woman eating unbelievable things from goldfish to light-bulbs has caused much concern on Sina Weibo, where netizens were so worried that they called the police.