In a new book on China's Leftover Women, author Roseann Lakes highlights the strength and merit of China's unmarried women.
At times unjust, excessive, or even illegal - but the Human Flesh Search still is an inherent part of Weibo.
The plans of the Dutch University of Groningen to establish a campus in China have been canceled as a majority of the University Council has raised...
"The Diaoyu islands belong to China, forward it to pass on the truth!", Chinese state media write on Weibo.
What's on Weibo gives an overview of how anorexia nervosa is discussed in China and on Chinese social media.
With the hashtag 'wo ye shi' ('me too'), one Chinese scholar stands up for a #metoo movement in China against sexual harassment.
Local authorities in Hengyang are not dreaming of a white Christmas.
While coal heating is being banned, many villagers are left in the cold as they have no access to electric or gas heating systems.
China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is propagating old ideas in new ways.
Often it is the 'victim' scamming the driver in staged accidents, but now it is the driver who has scammed the victim.
Local authorities have published a statement regarding the controversial RYB kindergarten abuse case.
In the aftermath of the big Daxing fire, Beijing's 40-day safety evacuation campaign has become the talk of the day on Chinese social media.
"Dear readers, I really cannot write about the RYB Education kindergarten.“
A day after a major abuse scandal at a Beijing branch of the Chinese preschool company RBY Education (红黄蓝幼儿园) has made headlines, many netizens are left...
Parents are accusing RYB Education of drugging and abusing their children. Details surrounding the case are being censored in Chinese media and on Weibo.
"This is something I have to do," the 10-year-old told her parents in a video message.
A 2016 murder case revolving around Chinese exchange students in Japan has become a media spectacle outside the courtroom. Since the victim’s mother turned to netizens...
Footage of toddlers being abused at the daycare center of China’s Ctrip company is widely circulating on Weibo, triggering anger amongst Shanghai parents and Chinese netizens....
Chinese authorities seem to be stepping up their efforts to counter school bullying, showing that campus violence is no child's play.
No three-and-a-half-hour speech, but a three-and-a-half minute video explains China's new strategies in this latest propaganda clip on social media.