The Messi fan who stormed onto the field and embraced his idol has become famous overnight. Here are eight popular memes circulating around Chinese social media.
A casual remark made by Chinese actress Zhang Yuqi regarding the price of socks has ignited discussions surrounding the stark disparity between the perspectives of celebrities...
Interviewed exam candidates seized the opportunity to express their stance on China's 'make up workday' holidays and advocated against weekend-weekday swaps.
When the majority of netizens embark on a crusade against immorality, they can actually accomplish a great deal.
Chinese social media played a significant role in shaping the outcome of this incredible Mount Everest story.
After their romantic stroll in Chengdu was captured by street photographers, their illicit affair suddenly became the talk of the day.
Following the finding of a rat head in a cafeteria meal, this school maintains that it was actually a duck head, urging students not to discuss...
Worried parents are expressing their concerns, stating that authorities should do more to ensure the quality of school textbooks.
The Wuhan mother received online harassment for dressing nicely and for allegedly hyping the case for compensation.
Cao Cao flipping the rice bowl is another Cao Cao meme that's widely used to convey internal struggles about facing reality.
After showing up as brides at Roy Wang's concert, some female fans attempted to return their gowns within the store's 7-day 'No Questions Asked Return Policy'.
From Becoming a Farmer to Dopamine Dressing - these are the China trends to know this week from Weibo and beyond.
As iQIYI's 'Become a Farmer' gains momentum, it highlights China's growing trend of embracing rural themes in mainstream entertainment.
From Memphis to Shanghai to Beijing: every step in Yaya's journey is closely followed by China's panda fans.
Cathay Pacific flight attendants mocking non-English speaking passengers by saying, "If you can't say blanket, you can't have it," has sparked a major controversy and caused...
The most noteworthy criticism of the G7 summit came from Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying, who started the frog analogy.
The extreme diet of Chinese actor Qin Hao has sparked a trend of people sharing photos of their corn and egg meals. It's yet another celebrity...
Humor is serious business. This is the What's on Weibo newsletter, issue 4, featuring China's social heartbeat of week 20.
Exploring the dynamics that led to the social storm involving Chinese comedian 'House' Li Haoshi.
Abandoned nucleic acid booths are getting a second life through these new initiatives.