Who's the bad Apple? There's much ado about Apple on Chinese social media this week, but things turn out differently than expected.
Qian Xuesen is a renowned Chinese scientist whose life shares remarkable parallels with Oppenheimer's.
"Is our world turning into an apocalyptic survival game?" Fears over Fukushima waste water and other global threats are fueling public anxiety in China.
Furious responses from Chinese media and netizens after Japan starts releasing Fukushima water into the Pacific: “The entire world will remember what the Japanese government did...
The mushroom grows in China's Yunnan region and is considered hallucinogenic, causing visions that locals call "xiǎorénrén" (小人人), literally: "little people."
Many individuals are skeptical of the notion that those behind the Brick Lane graffiti were involved in creating meaningful street art.
"The Best Anti-Theft Strategy in Europe"? Chinese netizens are sharing tips how not to get robbed during their Europe trip.
Exploring Chinese online media reactions to the Wagner Rebellion in Russia on June 24.
The Messi fan who stormed onto the field and embraced his idol has become famous overnight. Here are eight popular memes circulating around Chinese social media.
The most noteworthy criticism of the G7 summit came from Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying, who started the frog analogy.
China won't "watch the fire from the other side of the river," but it also will not "pour oil on the fire" of the Russia-Ukraine war.
After the congressional hearing of the TikTok CEO, some called Shou Zi Chew "Mr. Perfect in the eye of the storm."
On Weibo, people joke that Biden's gaffe was a Freudian slip: "He finally said how he really feels about China."
This was on the menu during the big dinner on Xi's first night in Moscow during the state visit to Russia.
In Xi's piece, the word "China" was the most recurring one. In Putin's article, the word "Russia" was repeated the most.
The Two Sessions have been trending on Chinese social media all week, and some topics garnered more attention than others.
China's 'wolf warrior diplomacy' is only a result of wolves being rampant, Foreign Minister Qin Gang suggested during the Two Sessions.
After the FBI suggested it is likely that Covid-19 originated in a Wuhan lab, commentator Hu Xijin posted about "the United States of Rumors."
The fan culture surrounding Wang Wenbin comes at a time when China's 'diplomat dream team' already has a steady fanbase on social media.
"We should support peace talks, and oppose America adding fuel to the fire," one top commenter on Weibo wrote after Putin's speech.