There is more behind the BMW MINI ice cream incident than ice cream alone.
Stricter control of AI services is widely supported, but some think China inevitably will fall behind in the generative AI race.
After the congressional hearing of the TikTok CEO, some called Shou Zi Chew "Mr. Perfect in the eye of the storm."
Although their functions are still limited, AI news anchors such as Ren Xiaorong are a sign of the future.
A Weibo hashtag about the eagle stickers, that feature some phrases previously used by China's Foreign Ministry, has now been taken offline.
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"Before, we were buying food and waited for lockdowns. Now, we are buying medicine and wait for infections."
"For three years, I was able to guard my green horse," some said after many places in China have now stopped checking Health Code apps.
Some on Weibo joke that Elon Musk is "promoting Chinese culture" through his new approach to Twitter.
Chinese tech giants are massively investing in virtual reality and in the technologies that are building up the Chinese metaverse.
The Health Code system and the ‘Green Horse’ meme have become part of everyday life in a zero-Covid China.
After Li Jiaqi's return to livestreaming, the 'tank cake incident' has become the elephant in the room on social media.
"The 'not learning English anymore' part actually means she is no longer pursuing the cultural identity behind the language."
"Don't even worry about rectifying, just go away," some commenters wrote about Didi after learning the car-hailing company illegally and excessively collected user data.
"It's almost like wearing electronic handcuffs. I don't want to wear this," one tech blogger wrote after being asked to wear a monitoring wristband during home...
Creative language targeted by Weibo. Is this great Chinese online tradition in danger of dying out?
"It must be American hackers who did this, right?", some Weibo commenters wrote in light of the miraculously changing Health Codes.
New Oriental is going from classroom to e-commerce. Online shopping has never been more educational.