The story of Lao Gan Ma founder Tao Huabi.
The unprecedented crackdown on China's private education has generated many online discussions.
The social media trends during China’s heavy rainfall and floods in July of 2021 show the multidimensionality of online communication in times of disaster. Facing the...
The torrential rainfall and floodings in China’s Henan Province have completely overwhelmed the region, with dozens of cities and villages seeing massive disruption to everyday life....
Chinese social media are speeding up local rescue efforts after Zhengzhou saw the heaviest rain in 1,000 years.
Shock and sadness on social media regarding the unfolding tragic events in Zhengzhou and the surrounding regions.
The Party's centennial anniversary speech by Xi Jinping was one of the main topics propagated in the Chinese online media sphere.
Political, patriotic art mocking Western leaders is welcomed by social media users and propagated by Chinese officials.
"The three-child policy is here, and it's terrifying!"
The Gansu ultramarathon tragedy has sent shock waves on social media: "The organization needs to be held accountable."
Consumer sentiments on Western brands and made-in-China fashion are changing.
The "Chengdu 49 Middle School Incident" has been dominating discussions on Chinese social media.
The hashtag "Wo Zhichi Xinjiang Mianhua" - "I Support Xinjiang Cotton" - received over 6 billion views on Weibo.
New "Self-Disciplinary Measures" for performers in China come into force on March 1st.
We're here to keep you updated about the CMG Spring Festival Gala, China's biggest New Year's TV event.
Raising virtual cows, shaking with phones - this is the Chinese New Year tradition of giving red envelopes in the digital era.
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What started with a 2003 internet sensation grew into a massive movement - Hanfu is booming on Weibo and beyond.
Public sentiments on Jack Ma have shifted, but the fans still defend their idol.
Some homebuyers counter the rise of facial recognition technology in real estate offices by wearing helmets during their visit.