The shocking New Zealand mosque attack, killing at least 49 people, is making headlines worldwide. On Weibo, it is the top trending topic today. A short...
Money can't buy you love, but in these 'kua kua' groups, they can buy you praise.
Scoring points by doing Xi-focused quizzes and watching 'Xi Time' news: this app takes propaganda to a whole other level.
'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.
"Ever since all the news came out on Meng Wanzhou's arrest I feel like this is Cold War 2.0," some commenters say.
PublishedDecember 27, 2018
A selection of the best modern literary fiction works that provide deeper insights into China.
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...
"You take one of ours, we take one of yours," some commenters write.
As reports of the Strasbourg attack make their rounds on Weibo, many social media users are concerned about public safety in Europe.
Online slang has been an important part of Chinese online culture ever since the first message boards were launched, and is ubiquitous and ever-changing on popular...
From oldskool scams to WeChat scams - people are still falling for this every single day.
The annual Golden Horse Film Gala has been overshadowed by political controversy over Taiwan issue.
The famous businessman later apologized for his comments, but the damage was done.
What breed is that doggy in the window? Chengdu bans 22 breeds in the city's big districts.
This year marks 60 years of Chinese TV drama. These are the best Chinese TV dramas of all time.
With apps and QR code scanning taking over day-to-day necessities in China, elderly citizens are feeling increasingly alienated from society.
A noteworthy episode of CCTV "Focus Talk" marks the first time Chinese state media extensively reports on the existence of vocational education programs in Xinjiang. Weibo...
The CPC actively involves and rewards citizens in their new policy on combatting crimes.
About changing concepts of home in China: from 'home is where my pig is' to 'has your frog returned home yet?'