Feminine hygiene brand Fuyanjie is caught in a social media storm over its "dark and stinky" marketing campaign.
What happens after Chinese celebrities become tainted by scandal? A list of 25 'tainted celebrities' in China.
Wang Sicong is one of China's wealthiest and most eligible bachelors, but this love interest wasn't interested at all. She has now shared their erratic chat...
Are these announced reforms "neglecting the root and pursuing the tip" of existing problems with weddings and marriage in China?
Chinese netizens are annoyed by a Guangzhou Metro security guard posting the X-ray images of the private contents of passenger bags.
Even those who don't agree with ‘6b4t’ views condemn Douban's recent crackdown on 6b4t and feminist groups.
“The crime of destruction of the military marriage” (破坏军婚罪) apparently is not a crime if you're cheating from within the army.
Underwear so good that it can "help women lie to win in the workplace"? Sexist and offensive, according to many Weibo users.
Chinese local traditions still matter. A size too small was the end of this Guizhou wedding day.
The court case triggered discussions on the need for premarital health checks.
Their family says they did not know the marriage was not legal.
One Durex sex toy ad gave off the wrong vibrations to Chinese regulators.
Some are so eager to look picture perfect on their social media feed, that they go to extremes to create a fake online life.
A Shanghai fake 'rich girl WeChat group' has become the talk of the day after a Chinese blogger went undercover in their bizarre social media circle.
It is an online subculture that has been around for more than a decade, and it is not likely to die out any time soon.
Recent photos of famous actress Gong Li that showed her curvier figure have gone viral on Sina Weibo, receiving over 850 million clicks. With Gong Li’s...
For some people, IKEA apparently feels a little too much like home.
"Men's Skirt Week" was organized to stand up for gender equality and support freedom of dress.
Fresh off its Oscar wins, “Bohemian Rhapsody” will hit theaters in China, but some scenes won't make it to the Mainland.
A recent initiative by a Weibo blogger aims to prove that nothing good comes from marriage pressure.