From Becoming a Farmer to Dopamine Dressing - these are the China trends to know this week from Weibo and beyond.
The most noteworthy criticism of the G7 summit came from Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying, who started the frog analogy.
Humor is serious business. This is the What's on Weibo newsletter, issue 4, featuring China's social heartbeat of week 20.
A viral video showed a group of flight crew members grabbing the man together.
From Weibo to WeChat, from Douyin to Zhihu, Li Haoshi's joke has sparked widespread conversations, and opinions vary.
There is more to these small incidents than meets the eye. This is the Weibo Watch wrap-up of China's biggest social media discussions of week 19,...
As we wrap up week 18 of 2023, let's take a look at the top trends on Chinese social media. These are the main takeaways you...
This was on the menu during the big dinner on Xi's first night in Moscow during the state visit to Russia.
A New York Times bad review of 'Wandering Earth II' has triggered online discussions: "China's gonna save the world, the US can't stand it."
Patriotic, privileged, perfect? A year after Eileen Gu became an online sensation in China, she is still generating discussions.
Culture meets commerce, Party propaganda meets pop culture, it's time for the annual Spring Festival Gala! Watch it with What's on Weibo.
China opens its gates while other countries introduce travel restrictions on Chinese passengers. Authorities have condemned the measures.
From being creative to mutual aid platforms, Chinese netizens share multiple ways to get medicine to relieve Covid-19 symptoms.
A new nursery rhyme to fit Covid time? "Determined to fight the epidemic, let's do nucleic acid tests together," the children sing. "We've entered a new...
This company doesn't wanna risk trouble with employees with the number '5' in their phone number.
Hu's personal opinions should not be mistaken for China's official stance nor guide Chinese online public opinion, Chairman Rabbit argues.
Sina Taiwan is longer available and has suddenly suspended its operations in Taiwan.
While these Guangzhou homeowners were quarantined at a hotel, anti-epidemic staff broke their door locks and entered their homes.
Weibo discussions on 'Racism for Sale' documentary: "BBC is maliciously hyping up the issue."
Wanting to get away from China's sweeping Covid-19 lockdowns, everybody is suddenly from Iceland now.