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.
It's not innocent jargon. Not anymore.
These are the top-scoring TV dramas in China of this moment - and they are all produced in the PRC.
The tragic Lanjisu fire led to a nationwide crackdown on internet cafes in China.
The term 'netizens', referring to Chinese internet users, is both loved and hated.
"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...
Why have China's most popular Rage Comics (Baozou Manhua) channels been shut down?
Even if they happened 80 years ago, these unsolved murder cases still haunt Chinese netizens today.
The murder on the 21-year-old flight attendant has raised concerns among netizens on the safety of car-hailing app Didi.
Many netizens say this kind of public shaming reminds them of the days of the Cultural Revolution.
Stories of the top achievers of China's national exams can no longer be propagated by state media; the emphasis should shift to the average, harmonious student.
From children's icon to ganger pig, Peppa Pig is now banned from China's popular short video platform Douyin.
China's bubble tea (aka pearl milk tea) market is booming: these are the top 10 popular milk tea shops in the PRC.
A shocking attack on a naughty boy on a public bus have triggered online discussions on China's "little brats."
Footage of a 7-month-pregnant woman in Baoji tackling a 4-year old boy has triggered waves of discussions on Weibo this weekend.
The best books to understand modern China - from society and history to gender and (online) language.
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.