PublishedApril 19, 2018
The best books to understand modern China - from society and history to gender and (online) language.
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.'
Alleviation of school pressure on students has become a priority for the Hangzhou Education Bureau.
Amendments to the constitution of the PRC may lead to a potential indefinite rule for Xi Jinping.
"Go back home often and hold your mother's hand, as Xi Jinping does too."
It's time for the CCTV 2018 New Year's Gala - follow the highlights and the low points here.
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.