The Weibo post put an image of the Chinese rocket launch besides that of a mass cremation in India.
The hashtag "Wo Zhichi Xinjiang Mianhua" - "I Support Xinjiang Cotton" - received over 6 billion views on Weibo.
Chinese state media want to make sure that you know that top diplomat Yang Jiechi had instant noodles for lunch during the top-level US-China talks in...
The bodies of the 38-year-old man and 22-year-old woman were found by the cleaning staff.
Now that the electoral storm has somewhat settled, the issue of what Sino-American might look like under Biden is much discussed in Chinese online media.
Is Biden the preferred candidate for most Chinese, as is often claimed? An overview of discussions on Trump vs Biden on Weibo.
The third episode of the What's on Weibo podcast, discussing the latest trends on Weibo.
First published October 2nd, 2020 15:00 CST, updated 20:00 CST News of U.S. President Donald Trump testing positive for COVID-19 has immediately become one of the...
Trump’s TikTok and WeChat bans have been all the talk over the past weeks. These are the main viewpoints on the issue as recently discussed on...
US imposing sanctions on Hong Kong officials is hashtag " America Penalizes Chinese Officials" on Weibo.
The announced US sanctions on WeChat cause concern on Weibo, where the question "Apple or Wechat?" is trending.
"Did Trump buy up the trending lists?", some Chinese web users wonder.
If it were up to Weibo users, America's consulate in Chengdu, that's been ordered to close, will be the next hotpot joint in town.
News of the Chinese Consulate on Houston being ordered to close by the US is top trending on Weibo today.
"Twittering China's stories well" - about the surge of Chinese official accounts on Twitter.
Chinese social media responses to the Western anti-racism movement after Floyd’s death.
"Are these the 'human rights' that you are advocating?"
The 8 main trends defining the online responses to the Wuhan coronavirus on Chinese social media.
Despite the overall condemnation of Iran, there are also many pointing the fingers at the US, writing: "It's all because of America."
The US-Iran conflict has extended to Weibo, where Chinese netizens watch the online 'battle' unfold.