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Olympic champion Fu Yuanhui, known for her 'mystical powers,' turned to social media when she faced a tourist scam.
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Reflecting on the highs and lows of this year's China Media Group Spring Festival Gala, the world's most-watched television program.
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While the public initially supported 'Grandma Xu' and criticized the Benz driver from Baoding, the narrative took an unexpected turn.
Experts anticipate a small peak in "dragon babies" (龙宝宝) births this year. But many young people don't care much for lunar birth timing.
After a year away from the spotlight, Chinese actress and director Jia Ling is back, announcing both a new film and slimmer figure.
Part of Harbin's enormous success can be attributed to a snowball effect, but the hype is also the result of a well-coordinated campaign.
Yu Hua's rise as an online celebrity highlights that Chinese youth value relatability and likability over literary prestige.
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On social media, Chinese official channels are not celebrating a Merry Christmas but instead focus on a Military Christmas.
Even though the rumors surrounding the Red Cross might be false, the public concerns surrounding charity efforts are real.
Three friends are held partially responsible for not intervening when the woman consumed 500ml of baijiu.
You'd allegedly have a better chance of getting hit by a meteorite than winning the jackpot this way.
Dozens of local public officials in Tibet donated blood to rescue a Shanghainese woman. Netizens believe it's a matter of privilege.
She has become all the rage in Beijing's student district, but Auntie Goose Legs just wants to run her roasted goose leg stall in peace.
"Liang Liang and Li Jun are just the tip of the iceberg; there are thousands of couples facing similar challenges."
Chinese netizens on Weibo have placed Wilders' victory in a broader geopolitical context.