Weibo users discuss how a professor at the University of Southern California was temporarily suspended for using Chinese filler word 'nage.'
Using "Grandma's Legs" (nǎinai de tuǐ) was apparently enough to detain him.
From blockchain to hardcore, this is an overview of China's media top buzzwords over the past year.
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Why does 'Trump' have multiple names in Chinese?
Bulgari's wordplay is multidimensional, but did it consider Jewish people?
According to Chinese (state) media, these are the top buzzwords of the year.
If there is one single word for being 'dirt-poor' and 'ugly' it would be 'qiou' - a character many self-mocking young Chinese say they identify with.
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How a Chinese boyband triggered social media discussions on what it means to be ‘masculine’.
Some workers at Fast Dog would've rather seen a cat in their company's remarkable rebranding campaign.
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Learning Chinese through smartphone or tablet? Here are 10 recommended apps to study Mandarin.
100 "must-know" terms for the 19th National Congress, propagated by People's Daily.
Chinese is widely known as one of the world’s most difficult languages, but what about Chinese Sign Language? What's on Weibo's Cat Hanson explores the issue...
China's Internet is a hot topic nowadays. With more and more books published on the topic, What's on Weibo picked a recent one to review. This...
The State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) has notified Chinese media that they are no longer allowed to use Internet slang.
The Confucius Institute Online has launched a poll on Weibo to look for the most popular Chinese character. The online poll was held concurrently with the...