Are foreign students privileged in China? Most netizens think they are.
'Laolao' or 'waipo'? A Shanghai textbook decides that only one of them is right for granny.
The term 'netizens', referring to Chinese internet users, is both loved and hated.
The whole world is talking about the meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un. The topic was also widely discussed in Chinese online media today. The...
"The personal credit era has arrived," some netizens say.
While English-language media describe China's social credit system as a Black Mirror-like authoritarian implementation, Chinese social media users seem to focus more on the advantages than...
Why have China's most popular Rage Comics (Baozou Manhua) channels been shut down?
Even if they happened 80 years ago, these unsolved murder cases still haunt Chinese netizens today.
From children's icon to ganger pig, Peppa Pig is now banned from China's popular short video platform Douyin.
A shocking attack on a naughty boy on a public bus have triggered online discussions on China's "little brats."
PublishedApril 19, 2018
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They divorced, wife-swapped, divorced, and remarried - all for tax evasion. Although Chinese media condemn the story, netizens applaud it.
"How many still need to suffer in universities over inappropriate behavior by their professor?", online voices say.
The number one topic of the day, yet no discussions allowed.
Much ado about nothing?
Chinese state media say: "We don't want a trade war with America - but we certainly do not fear it."
Huawei's no1 US retailer will stop selling the Chinese brand; netizens respond with an Apple boycott.
As a form of protest against the growing prevalence of halal food, some groups of Chinese netizens vow not to eat or buy halal products.
A constitutional amendment that allows Chinese President Xi Jinping to rule beyond 2023 has been passed.
Chinese authorities respond to allegations of China meddling in foreign affairs through its 'sharp power.'