As the COVID-19 lockdown has ended in Wuhan, many people are happy to see the city's traffic finally getting busy again. "I hated traffic jams before,...
Are foreigners in quarantine being treated better than Chinese nationals? This Nanjing Daily article has triggered controversy.
Hubei officials announced a controversial measure to reward frontline medical workers.
Chinese state media are spreading more hopeful and positive online content in times of coronacrisis.
The 8 main trends defining the online responses to the Wuhan coronavirus on Chinese social media.
Pedestrians looking at their phones while crossing the road are getting a red light in Zhejiang.
It's supposed to promote equality on the job market, but will it change things?
'Shaiwa' is the Chinese term for 'Sharenting' - when does sharing baby pictures on social media become too much?
As the ‘Two Sessions,’ the annual gatherings of the National People’s Congress (NPC) and the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), continue,...
'The Dead' honors the deceased and tries to break existing taboos on death in China.
To say thank you or not to say thank you, that's the question.
Awarding excellent students with raw meat or even fresh fish seems to be a new trend in Chinese schools.
First published December 16 2018 It’s been an eventful 2018 on Chinese social media. What’s on Weibo lists the 18 topics that have generated the most...
There's a sharp rise in HIV among Chinese elderly men, partly caused by a general lack of HIV & safe sex awareness.
The Food Chain by the BBC investigates the rise of eating disorders in China.
The BMW driver pulled a long knife to stab the biker, but the knife killed himself instead.
When social media is used as a weapon in a private conflict, it can actually kill people.
The little girl was saved from a child trafficker after her parents' cry for help went viral on WeChat.
The 'Two Child Policy' has not led to a baby boom, but are the costs to blame?
"Go and wear your beautiful miniskirts! Perverts, we will catch you!", Shenzhen police states.