Consumer sentiments on Western brands and made-in-China fashion are changing.
The "Chengdu 49 Middle School Incident" has been dominating discussions on Chinese social media.
A video that shows a foreign man yelling at a Chinese woman on the high-speed train has gone viral on Chinese social media.
Chinese netizens are annoyed by a Guangzhou Metro security guard posting the X-ray images of the private contents of passenger bags.
The business of live animals being sold online as 'reveal pet surprises,' transported through regular courier services, has caused outrage on Weibo.
Nèijuǎn (involution) has become a commonly used term on Chinese social media, but what is it?
Even those who don't agree with ‘6b4t’ views condemn Douban's recent crackdown on 6b4t and feminist groups.
From bad to worse: this Eleme delivery man was run over by an ambulance after being hit by an SUV.
The case of this Shanghai man shows how small crimes can lead to big consequences.
The movie 'Sister' has sparked online discussions on whether or not personal values should be prioritized over traditional family values.
A decision that backfired: Intel's act of supposed 'inclusion' caused the exclusion of female comedian Yang Li.
“The crime of destruction of the military marriage” (破坏军婚罪) apparently is not a crime if you're cheating from within the army.
The Huolala incident has brought back existing safety concerns regarding ride-hailing apps in China.
New "Self-Disciplinary Measures" for performers in China come into force on March 1st.
Dr. Chen wanted to warn about the dangers of sevoflurane and other drugs.
Raising virtual cows, shaking with phones - this is the Chinese New Year tradition of giving red envelopes in the digital era.
This is the What's on Weibo podcast #5. The death of Li Wenliand caused a social media storm in February 2020. It's been a year -...
Self-service ordering is the norm in many restaurants across China, but its benefits do not always outweigh the downsides.
From local governments to brand commercials, "staying put for the holidays" (就地过年) is the trend of this Spring Festival.
Mo Cha was just another Bilibili user until his tragic death triggered a flood of condolence messages and tributes on Chinese social media.