A noteworthy episode of CCTV "Focus Talk" marks the first time Chinese state media extensively reports on the existence of vocational education programs in Xinjiang. Weibo...
CCTV and the Chinese embassy condemn how the Chinese journalist was treated.
When the editor-in-chief of state tabloid Global Times gave Jia Zhangke’s latest film a bad review on Weibo, the renowned director responded with a bad review...
The hashtag "High-Speed Tyrant Woman" (#高铁霸座女#) already received a staggering 450 million views on Weibo today.
"How could such a study be published in a renowned scientific publication?," some wonder.
Swedish police drag Chinese tourists out of hotel - some call them thugs, but others say it is the Chinese who were misbehaving.
The city's new international airport will be the biggest one in the world.
A beauty blogger shows her ugly side.
Clumsy display of nationalism during China's glorious esports win goes viral.
"More babies, less divorce" - big changes are about to come regarding family planning and marriage, according to a proposed draft of divisions of the Civil...
Xiao Zhao is the second woman in China to have been killed by her Didi driver this year, raising concerns among Chinese regarding the safety of...
The word ‘Single’s Tax’ (单身税) has become a hot topic on Chinese social media over the past few months. Now that the National People’s Congress Standing...
Whose right is it to decide whether or not have a second child - and who pays the price?
The (temporary) shutdown of 'Curious Daily' aka Q Daily is making people more curious..
This is how state media propagate the Social Credit System.
Shockingly, some people applauded as the girl jumped to her death.
"It combines Western with Chinese fast food while ridiculing both food traditions for the sake of a marketing gag for expats with little or no culinary...
Some media attacked Japan's victory game, Chinese netizens called them out.
"This is like inviting a DJ to a funeral to play some happy beats," one netizen writes about the recent Sina News publication.
The term 'netizens', referring to Chinese internet users, is both loved and hated.