"Why is that every time Mahsa Amini is mentioned, it somehow gets linked to America?"
Hashtags and online stories shared on Chinese social media in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in China's Sichuan.
The Tangshan incident sparked national outrage, and its aftermath lasted for weeks. Now, some unanswered questions are finally answered.
The PLA also released a music video featuring the Taiwan military exercises, singing: "We vow to defend every river and mountain within our motherland.”
News of 'Little Paul' quietly joining Pelosi to Taiwan received over 380 million views on Weibo on Friday.
Hu's personal opinions should not be mistaken for China's official stance nor guide Chinese online public opinion, Chairman Rabbit argues.
"The Old Witch has landed!", many commenters wrote on Weibo when Pelosi arrived in Taiwan.
Sina Taiwan is longer available and has suddenly suspended its operations in Taiwan.
Some voices say that regardless of a Taiwan visit by Pelosi, US-China relations have already reached one of the lowest points in decades.
Chinese reporter Zeng Ying, who suffered online bullying earlier this month, posted a farewell letter on social media.
"We need to stay vigilant that there are now some foreign forces who are using what we post to show China in a bad light."
Reporter Zeng Ying is accused of being unpatriotic after she was holding back tears on air during an interview on the Shinzo Abe attack.
Chinese state media push the Hong Kong anniversary narrative on Weibo: "If Hong Kong is doing well, the nation is doing well, and when the nation...
Netizens interpreted this as a sign that China's current Covid strategy would continue at least five more years.
Experts say this, experts say that, but many social media users wish experts would say nothing at all.
From closed-loop to semi-closed to bubble-style to point-based, Shanghai's Covid vocabulary is becoming confusing.
Has testing negative or positive for Covid become a matter of 'good' versus 'evil'?
A viral WeChat blog criticizes Chinese journalists for 'dumbing down' and exaggerating Shanghai Covid news.
Chinese netizens are using hashtags propagated by state media to get critical posts to the front page of Weibo.
In backing up their claim that an American company made Covid-19, Chinese state media confused The Daily Mail and a British misinformation site.