As iQIYI's 'Become a Farmer' gains momentum, it highlights China's growing trend of embracing rural themes in mainstream entertainment.
Contributing to the Wandering Earth 2 production without getting paid? It's "powering up Chinese sci-fi with love."
Although it is yet unclear if the photos are authentic, Chinese netizens just want the world to know more about the Nanjing Massacre.
Some see the rising relevance of Weibo in the international social media scene as a sign of a rising China.
Chinese netizens are not just closely following the athletes, they are also paying more attention to the "atmosphere enliveners" at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
The popularity of the 'Greater Bay Area Brothers' is part of a bigger trend of Hong Kong entertainers finding renewed success in mainland China.
While domestic brand Erke is all the hype, Nike is growing increasingly unpopular.
'Call Me By Fire' is the male version of 'Sister Who Make Waves' and it's an instant hit.
Weibo's Olympic meme machine has begun!
Chinese social media are speeding up local rescue efforts after Zhengzhou saw the heaviest rain in 1,000 years.
Weibo's love for Ai Fukuhara is strong. "How could anyone make Little Ai sad?"
..Chinese netizens made the super-popular reality show "Sisters Who Make Waves" go viral anyway.
The devastating arson attack at Kyoto Animation has shocked Chinese anime fans.
Chinese celebrity Yico Zeng triggered major controversy on Weibo over the past week for failing to comply with security regulations at Beijing airport.
"The best official account post I've ever seen on Weibo."
The Chinese Santa emoticon is here!
After waiting for 50 days to see her again, the man decided to sue a woman he met at a bookstore to trace her down.