The 8 main trends defining the online responses to the Wuhan coronavirus on Chinese social media.
The US-Iran conflict has extended to Weibo, where Chinese netizens watch the online 'battle' unfold.
The 'Spring Buds' charity supposedly only focused on helping girls, but it turns out this is not the case.
Some scenes from this anti-Japanese war drama have angered Chinese netizens over 'historical nihilism.'
Chinese tourists who were planning a solo trip to Taiwan are out of luck.
Some users just found out they could've bought a house with the money they've spent on Taobao.
Is "take a photo with a foreigner" an appropriate homework assignment? This Zhuhai school teacher thinks it is.
A wave of sentiment against foreign students is taking over Chinese social media this week.
People's Daily writes the attacker suffered from "mood swings" after a fight with his girlfriend.
The 'big V' blogger tried to clear her name after the incident went viral.
"Chinese pig" - much ado about nothing or an insulting remark?
Everybody wants KAWS - Chinese shoppers were even spotted fighting in front of a UNIQLO store today.
"They have no new anti-American films, so they're showing us the old ones instead."
More than 60,000 yuan in child support costs, but the child was never there.
The actor was banned for "downplaying" the Japanese aggression in China during the Second Sino-Japanese War.
While many mourn the Notre Dame blaze, thousands of Chinese netizens point out the burning of the Old Summer Palace in Beijing was actually "worse."
If the Visual China Group isn't selling the copyrights of your images, you're a nobody.
Money can't buy you love, but in these 'kua kua' groups, they can buy you praise.
A recent initiative by a Weibo blogger aims to prove that nothing good comes from marriage pressure.
This Shanghai school gave its pupils some noteworthy homework.