The man, a deputy director at a state-owned company, has been fired after the video of the domestic abuse went viral online.
Because Yue tested positive for Covid19, the entire country came to know the recent whereabouts of "the hardest-working man of China."
An anesthesiologist from Shandong live-streamed from the operating room while a patient was undergoing gynecological surgery.
Tianjin students expressed anger and disbelief online after their school dormitories became local Covid19 quarantine sites and their belonging were tossed out. Since earlier this month,...
On the 15th day of lockdown, Xi'an has largely brought the Covid19 outbreak under control, but at what cost?
Quarantined Xi'an: "This outbreak is really putting the city's management to the test."
Some applauded the move, arguing that public shaming is a more effective punishment than prison time.
From Alaska Talks to Zheng Shuang, these were the biggest Weibo trends of 2021.
The censorship surrounding the Tong Liya story almost drew more attention than the actual rumors themselves.
Over the past seven weeks, the whereabouts and safety of Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai have been a matter of constant concern in international (social) media....
Viya, the Queen of Taobao, is under fire for tax evasion.
Opinion: Zhang Zhehan is still being punished every day for a crime he never committed.
The harrowing story behind the dilapidated Shanghai 'Little Red Mansion' has gone viral on Chinese social media.
An official response to the Shangrao incident that called the killing of the dog "harmless disposal" only added fuel to the fire.
Weibo has completely silenced anything relating to Peng Shuai and Zhang Gaoli.
21st century Chinese moviegoers have never been more dedicated than they are to The Battle at Lake Changjin.
Song Dongye was shut down by Weibo after airing his grievances at being shut out from China's entertainment circles.
The 17-year-old girl from Shaanxi underwent surgery for no reason at all, without her parents' consent.
This tool might be a solution for Chinese residents experiencing 'dancing grannies' noise nuisance.
Beijing made it clear that working overtime is illegal, but netizens are concerned about the realities of changing working schedules.