"How could such a study be published in a renowned scientific publication?," some wonder.
The Kunshan road-rage incident is the biggest topic on Chinese social media this week. Police now state that the cyclist who killed his attacker is acquitted,...
Businessman Huang Yiqing claims on Weibo that the actress has been detained.
When social media is used as a weapon in a private conflict, it can actually kill people.
Xiao Zhao is the second woman in China to have been killed by her Didi driver this year, raising concerns among Chinese regarding the safety of...
Whose right is it to decide whether or not have a second child - and who pays the price?
A P2P Crisis: investors who have lost their savings tried to take their grievances to the street.
Fengtai chaos: this is what happens when a person from Dongbei offends Beijingers.
For this boy, his mother's phone number is a permanent one.
Many netizens think it is harmful that parents postpone divorce "for the sake of the child."
Chinese actress Faye Yu has become a social media hit because of her views on love and marriage.
There was so much pressure from the parents that the school gates came down.
They divorced, wife-swapped, divorced, and remarried - all for tax evasion. Although Chinese media condemn the story, netizens applaud it.
"How many still need to suffer in universities over inappropriate behavior by their professor?", online voices say.
One moment during a media conference of China's Two Sessions sparked the "Question-Asking Bitch" (提问婊) controversy and is generating dozens of memes.
A tragic attack at one of Xidan's busiest malls has led to the death of one woman. 12 others were injured.
While coal heating is being banned, many villagers are left in the cold as they have no access to electric or gas heating systems.
Parents are accusing RYB Education of drugging and abusing their children. Details surrounding the case are being censored in Chinese media and on Weibo.
A viral commercial titled 'The World is No Bigger than a Tomato Omelette' is making Chinese students tear up.
A video of a violent altercation between footballer Li Lei and local police on an Air China aircraft is going viral on WeChat and Weibo.