From blockchain to hardcore, this is an overview of China's media top buzzwords over the past year.
With the rapid digitalization of China's healthcare, Chinese patients now have more ways than one to receive medical assistance.
Pedestrians looking at their phones while crossing the road are getting a red light in Zhejiang.
'American Factory' stirs online discussions in China.
These are the most-read posts on Weibo this week.
An exchange student studying at the Hebei University of Engineering has been expelled and will soon be deported after harassing a female student.
Chinese tourists who were planning a solo trip to Taiwan are out of luck.
A wave of sentiment against foreign students is taking over Chinese social media this week.
Eating dog meat is a personal choice, many commenters argue.
Staged street photography is the latest “15 minutes of fame” trend on Chinese social media.
"We still need independent, courageous thinkers like George Orwell. We still need 1984.”
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.