Alibaba is allegedly ready to give up its Weibo shares to SMG.
Quarantined Xi'an: "This outbreak is really putting the city's management to the test."
From Alaska Talks to Zheng Shuang, these were the biggest Weibo trends of 2021.
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....
A peek into China’s electronic dance music scene, from Jean Michel Jarre to the country’s post-covid club scene.
China's Association of Performing Arts has issued a blacklist, but Li Xuezheng questions their legal authority to do so.
China's zero-covid approach does not come at zero cost.
21st century Chinese moviegoers have never been more dedicated than they are to The Battle at Lake Changjin.
SCMP just launched its latest China Internet Report. (And What’s on Weibo readers can get a 30% discount on the Pro Edition!)
Beijing made it clear that working overtime is illegal, but netizens are concerned about the realities of changing working schedules.
What happens after Chinese celebrities become tainted by scandal? A list of 25 'tainted celebrities' in China.
While domestic brand Erke is all the hype, Nike is growing increasingly unpopular.
The story of Lao Gan Ma founder Tao Huabi.
The unprecedented crackdown on China's private education has generated many online discussions.
The social media trends during China’s heavy rainfall and floods in July of 2021 show the multidimensionality of online communication in times of disaster. Facing the...
The torrential rainfall and floodings in China’s Henan Province have completely overwhelmed the region, with dozens of cities and villages seeing massive disruption to everyday life....
Chinese social media are speeding up local rescue efforts after Zhengzhou saw the heaviest rain in 1,000 years.
Shock and sadness on social media regarding the unfolding tragic events in Zhengzhou and the surrounding regions.
The Party's centennial anniversary speech by Xi Jinping was one of the main topics propagated in the Chinese online media sphere.
Political, patriotic art mocking Western leaders is welcomed by social media users and propagated by Chinese officials.