A recent noteworthy Weibo post says intellectual discussions are dying on Chinese social media.
Fear of pain is a major reason for nonmedical cesarian deliveries on maternal request.
"The best official account post I've ever seen on Weibo."
A special 'trailer' before the Avengers movie premiere showed the audience blacklisted individuals.
Chinese pop stars sing about the importance of trust in this 'social credit' music video launched by the Communist Youth League.
No diploma, no credentials: they were supposed to graduate, but are now left empty-handed as it turns out their Nanjing college was never qualified to teach...
China's marriage rates have hit a new low, but Weibo's singletons blame their unmarried status on circumstances beyond their control.
No one seems willing to hire the day laborer after he exposed the substandard quality of workers' helmets.
Understanding why the Yuan Ming Yuan went trending in China after the Notre Dame fire.
'Shaiwa' is the Chinese term for 'Sharenting' - when does sharing baby pictures on social media become too much?
The actor was banned for "downplaying" the Japanese aggression in China during the Second Sino-Japanese War.
While many mourn the Notre Dame blaze, thousands of Chinese netizens point out the burning of the Old Summer Palace in Beijing was actually "worse."
First published April 14 2019, 14:00 CST As the ‘Study Xi’ app, that encourages China’s online population to study Xi Jinping Thought, keeps on dominating China’s...
If the Visual China Group isn't selling the copyrights of your images, you're a nobody.
Last updated March 22 2019, 17.10 China local time The enormous explosion at a chemical plant in Jiangsu’s Yancheng on March 21st has sent shockwaves through...
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.