Song Ping, "the biggest Bo Le in Chinese politics," is attending the 20th Party Congress at 105 years old.
These sentences from Xi's speech were turned into hashtags shortly after the opening of the 20th Party Congress.
Uncertain times for tourists trapped in Xishuangbanna: "They don't know when the lockdown will be lifted and when they can go home."
Multiple Chinese (military) bloggers started using the 'weak goose' (菜鹅) term in light of Russia's fading victory.
After Li Jiaqi's return to livestreaming, the 'tank cake incident' has become the elephant in the room on social media.
'Cuànfǎng' became a popular word on Chinese social media and in official Chinese discourse this year. But what is it?
Yili residents wonder: "We've been in this epidemic for three years already, how can the measures still be so poor?"
Hu's personal opinions should not be mistaken for China's official stance nor guide Chinese online public opinion, Chairman Rabbit argues.
"The Old Witch has landed!", many commenters wrote on Weibo when Pelosi arrived in Taiwan.
Yige Caixiang's touching portrait of his disabled Uncle shows that it's not about the cards you're dealt but about how you play them.
"It must be American hackers who did this, right?", some Weibo commenters wrote in light of the miraculously changing Health Codes.
New Oriental is going from classroom to e-commerce. Online shopping has never been more educational.
This outburst of violence against female customers at a restaurant in Tangshan has sent shockwaves across Chinese social media.
People are happy to roam the streets again, but some say the people of Shanghai will not forget what has happened.
Fangcang hospitals are here to stay as long as China sticks to its current zero-Covid path.
Supporters of China's 'lying flat' movement says it is a form of collective emotional catharsis, but state media suggest it goes against the Chinese Dream.
China's temporary 'Fangcang' shelter hospitals are here to stay.
In line with a new 'hard isolation' measure, the entrances of some Shanghai residential buildings were fenced up.
"The best way to make videos go viral is by censoring them."
Chinese netizens are using hashtags propagated by state media to get critical posts to the front page of Weibo.