"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...
Whose right is it to decide whether or not have a second child - and who pays the price?
"Go and wear your beautiful miniskirts! Perverts, we will catch you!", Shenzhen police states.
Shockingly, some people applauded as the girl jumped to her death.
Chinese actress Faye Yu has become a social media hit because of her views on love and marriage.
A ten-second video is causing commotion on Weibo and WeChat.
The official Weibo Community Manager announced a 3-month-ban on online content on April 13, including that on displays of homosexuality.
"How many still need to suffer in universities over inappropriate behavior by their professor?", online voices say.
Zhang Muyi became her music coach when Miki Akama was only 8 years old. A decade later, the couple announces their wedding on Weibo.
Alleged changes to China's marriage law have set rumors going on Chinese social media about a 'three-child policy.'
There is no China-based, Chinese #metoo movement as there is in the US and other countries.
Why do prominent mainland liberals speak out against Chinese feminism?
"She is saving someone's life, yet all you can think of is sex."
In a new book on China's Leftover Women, author Roseann Lakes highlights the strength and merit of China's unmarried women.
People looking for paid sex have found a creative way of letting others know. In the world of so-called "soft drink prostitution," green tea services are...
With the hashtag 'wo ye shi' ('me too'), one Chinese scholar stands up for a #metoo movement in China against sexual harassment.
With pink flowers and dreamlike imageries, these prevalent advertisements promise Chinese women a fast and 'glamorous' abortion.
A woman in Guangdong's Zhongshan was crushed by her husband's car in September of this year while trying to catch her spouse in the act of...
Parents are accusing RYB Education of drugging and abusing their children. Details surrounding the case are being censored in Chinese media and on Weibo.
With the number of stay-at-home mothers on the rise in China, so are the challenges that come with being a full-time mother.