A wave of sentiment against foreign students is taking over Chinese social media this week.
No hot summer on Weibo: the social media network announces extra censorship on 'vulgar content.'
The 'big V' blogger tried to clear her name after the incident went viral.
"Chinese pig" - much ado about nothing or an insulting remark?
"They have no new anti-American films, so they're showing us the old ones instead."
The Chinese TV show 'The Lawyers are Here' is "helping the people through the rule of law."
Over the past weeks, What’s on Weibo has published a series of five articles listing the most popular Chinese apps within this period across various categories....
Explaining Weibo’s "Super Topics"
Money can't buy you love, but in these 'kua kua' groups, they can buy you praise.
The super popular Devotion game is being blocked in the PRC after users discovered hidden messages insulting President Xi.
Chinese 'zimeiti' or 'self media' have become a topic of discussion after this Mimeng scandal.
This Shanghai school gave its pupils some noteworthy homework.
Why Peppa is breaking the Chinese internet.
Haidilao is taking its customer service to a whole new level.
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.
"We need to recall those TV dramas and genres that have vanished into oblivion," Zhao writes.
If there is one single word for being 'dirt-poor' and 'ugly' it would be 'qiou' - a character many self-mocking young Chinese say they identify with.
A messy story is flooding Weibo today, as Chinese celebrity Ma Rong accuses ex-husband Wang Baoqiang of assault.
Online slang has been an important part of Chinese online culture ever since the first message boards were launched, and is ubiquitous and ever-changing on popular...