It's time for the CCTV 2018 New Year's Gala - follow the highlights and the low points here.
Is the Traveling Frog more like a husband or like a baby? It's a topic of debate on Weibo.
During the third meeting between Willem-Alexander and Xi Jinping in less than 5 years time, state media now describe him as an "old friend."
Ten years after it happened, a sexual abuse case involving a 14-year-old rural girl has ignited a huge debate.
"The Diaoyu islands belong to China, forward it to pass on the truth!", Chinese state media write on Weibo.
More than a year after the fatal stabbing, the main suspect in the much talked about Jiang Ge case has been sentenced to 20 years in...
The collective warship wedding of 36 naval officers of the East China Sea Fleet has drawn the attention of Chinese netizens. Besides a romantic event, the...
Rap video "Another day in China" was shared by Xinhua News Agency.
China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is propagating old ideas in new ways.
One teacher has been arrested, but many questions still remain.
"This is no laughing matter" - A happy selfie at the scene of a grave accident triggers anger on social media.
Easy to click, view & share - short cartoons and gifs are the propaganda posters of China's new digital era.
On the first day in Beijing, Trump's granddaughter Arabella played an important role in America's diplomatic 'charm offensive.'
A trending story about a rich woman allegedly spending $600,000 during a shopping spree in a Sichuan mall has taken an unexpected turn.
China's propaganda machine has been running at full speed this week - now Weibo's celebrities also pitch in.
No three-and-a-half-hour speech, but a three-and-a-half minute video explains China's new strategies in this latest propaganda clip on social media.
Smart propaganda - now clapping for Xi Jinping has become a competition.
100 "must-know" terms for the 19th National Congress, propagated by People's Daily.
After various controversies, Chinese authorities have now blocked various Islam-related words by Chinese netizens on Weibo.
Celebrities in Chinese TV dramas can no longer receive 'excessive' salaries, which are considered 'harmful.'