The hashtag "Wo Zhichi Xinjiang Mianhua" - "I Support Xinjiang Cotton" - received over 6 billion views on Weibo.
Chinese state media want to make sure that you know that top diplomat Yang Jiechi had instant noodles for lunch during the top-level US-China talks in...
“My love is crystal clear, it is only for China” - quotes and images; this is how the PLA soldiers are remembered on Weibo.
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Self-service ordering is the norm in many restaurants across China, but its benefits do not always outweigh the downsides.
One celebrity couple breakup, two children born through surrogacy: this sad and messy topic has exploded on Chinese social media.
"Daddy, you're back!" - Jack Ma reappears after three months of silence.
Some of the buzzwords that were most noteworthy in Chinese media this year.
Now that the electoral storm has somewhat settled, the issue of what Sino-American might look like under Biden is much discussed in Chinese online media.
"Where’s China’s animal protection law?" - voices calling for a Chinese animal protection law are growing louder. Now, state media also call for legislation.
The girl said she wanted to test out the generosity of her date.
News of the Chinese Consulate on Houston being ordered to close by the US is top trending on Weibo today.
"Twittering China's stories well" - about the surge of Chinese official accounts on Twitter.
Idol reality survival shows are riding a new wave of popularity in China.
..Chinese netizens made the super-popular reality show "Sisters Who Make Waves" go viral anyway.
As the COVID-19 lockdown has ended in Wuhan, many people are happy to see the city's traffic finally getting busy again. "I hated traffic jams before,...
Are foreigners in quarantine being treated better than Chinese nationals? This Nanjing Daily article has triggered controversy.
Heroes of the coronavirus crisis or victims of visual propaganda? A video showing female medical workers having their heads shaved has triggered controversy.
Chinese state media are spreading more hopeful and positive online content in times of coronacrisis.