He walked 4,5 kilometers in -9 degrees, but school is also out of heating.
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...
27 years after her suicide, bohemian writer San Mao still strikes a chord with Chinese netizens.
With the hashtag 'wo ye shi' ('me too'), one Chinese scholar stands up for a #metoo movement in China against sexual harassment.
Some viewers suspect there is foul play in this acting competition.
As the new year is around the corner, it is time to look back at 9 Chinese movies from 2017 that are unforgettable.
Rap video "Another day in China" was shared by Xinhua News Agency.
With pink flowers and dreamlike imageries, these prevalent advertisements promise Chinese women a fast and 'glamorous' abortion.
China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is propagating old ideas in new ways.
Often it is the 'victim' scamming the driver in staged accidents, but now it is the driver who has scammed the victim.
Parents are accusing RYB Education of drugging and abusing their children. Details surrounding the case are being censored in Chinese media and on Weibo.
China's top television dramas to binge on this winter - by What's on Weibo.
Huawei's response to criticism over its Mate 10 Pro's special alarm function for Muslim prayers has spiraled into a 'PR crisis.'
"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.
A classic Chinese opera song has become a viral hit.
A viral commercial titled 'The World is No Bigger than a Tomato Omelette' is making Chinese students tear up.
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A trending story about a rich woman allegedly spending $600,000 during a shopping spree in a Sichuan mall has taken an unexpected turn.
Many of China's post-90 workers are job-hopping or are suffering from working overtime. Is the pressure on the job market too much to handle for this...