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"The personal credit era has arrived," some netizens say.
While English-language media describe China's social credit system as a Black Mirror-like authoritarian implementation, Chinese social media users seem to focus more on the advantages than...
Now parents can monitor their children's behavior in class.
From children's icon to ganger pig, Peppa Pig is now banned from China's popular short video platform Douyin.
After a storm of critique following a ban on gay content, Weibo announces it will no longer specifically target cartoons, games, or videos relating to homosexuality.
The official Weibo Community Manager announced a 3-month-ban on online content on April 13, including that on displays of homosexuality.
What’s on Weibo often receives emails from readers asking how to get verified on Sina Weibo. While we’re keeping up with the trending stories, our friends...
Huawei's no1 US retailer will stop selling the Chinese brand; netizens respond with an Apple boycott.
At times unjust, excessive, or even illegal - but the Human Flesh Search still is an inherent part of Weibo.
There is a giant panda movement happening on Weibo, and there are two sides to it.
Weibo and online celebrities are punished by Internet regulators for spreading 'vulgar content', but netizens bear the brunt.
China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is propagating old ideas in new ways.
Huawei's response to criticism over its Mate 10 Pro's special alarm function for Muslim prayers has spiraled into a 'PR crisis.'
Will the real Ali Pay please stand up?
Easy to click, view & share - short cartoons and gifs are the propaganda posters of China's new digital era.
Just before the biggest online shopping events of the year, these are the most popular smartphone brands in China 2017 - a top 10 list compiled...
Smart propaganda - now clapping for Xi Jinping has become a competition.
After RoboCop, here's Guardrail Drone: this high-tech device makes it easier and safer for Chinese police to catch traffic violators.
A Chinese celebrity's relationship announcement led to a rare breakdown of Weibo's servers on Sunday.