These are the most-read posts on Weibo this week.
This CCTV video leaves no doubt about what narrative on the Hong Kong protests it's trying to convey.
"Hong Kong, the Pearl of the Orient, is no longer blooming, but covered in cuts and bruises."
No hot summer on Weibo: the social media network announces extra censorship on 'vulgar content.'
People's Daily writes the attacker suffered from "mood swings" after a fight with his girlfriend.
The 'big V' blogger tried to clear her name after the incident went viral.
"Chinese pig" - much ado about nothing or an insulting remark?
The T-word is the taboo subject, but not for the State Office.
"They have no new anti-American films, so they're showing us the old ones instead."
The Chinese TV show 'The Lawyers are Here' is "helping the people through the rule of law."
Managing a WeChat group should not be taken lightly, recent headlines warn.
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.
The actor was banned for "downplaying" the Japanese aggression in China during the Second Sino-Japanese War.
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The fact that the majority of participants in a CNN poll on the Huawei case labels the issue as being "politically motivated" has become top trending...
Scoring points by doing Xi-focused quizzes and watching 'Xi Time' news: this app takes propaganda to a whole other level.
Chinese 'zimeiti' or 'self media' have become a topic of discussion after this Mimeng scandal.