Chinese social media played a significant role in shaping the outcome of this incredible Mount Everest story.
After their romantic stroll in Chengdu was captured by street photographers, their illicit affair suddenly became the talk of the day.
Following the finding of a rat head in a cafeteria meal, this school maintains that it was actually a duck head, urging students not to discuss...
Worried parents are expressing their concerns, stating that authorities should do more to ensure the quality of school textbooks.
The Wuhan mother received online harassment for dressing nicely and for allegedly hyping the case for compensation.
As iQIYI's 'Become a Farmer' gains momentum, it highlights China's growing trend of embracing rural themes in mainstream entertainment.
Cathay Pacific flight attendants mocking non-English speaking passengers by saying, "If you can't say blanket, you can't have it," has sparked a major controversy and caused...
The extreme diet of Chinese actor Qin Hao has sparked a trend of people sharing photos of their corn and egg meals. It's yet another celebrity...
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.
Making 2000 yuan ($287) now is not the same as making 2000 yuan then. Some netizens complain that they'll never earn as much as their dad...
As the entire country is watching how the Zibo BBQ hype has been unfolding, every little thing can create an online storm.
Fun, fast, frugal: this Chinese travel trend is all about doing as much as possible at a low price within a limited time.
Chinese food vlogger Xu Zhihui (徐志辉) was part of a cat abuse chat group on QQ.
29 people lost their lives due to the devastating fire that occurred in Beijing's Changfeng Hospital on Tuesday. These are 5 things to know.
There are even special Zibo BBQ trains now. This is how Zibo barbecue suddenly became the hottest meal of the country.
The negative news coverage surrounding BMW in China starkly contradicts its marketing image.
From Xuzhou to Dalian, the conclusion of these criminal cases was eagerly awaited, with varying opinions on the verdicts and sentences.
"Overtime work culture is very real. But virtually nobody has the courage to go against it," one commenter wrote.
While there are more efforts to erase old propaganda slogans, some people don't understand the rush: "It's ingrained in our memories already."