One moment during a media conference of China's Two Sessions sparked the "Question-Asking Bitch" (提问婊) controversy and is generating dozens of memes.
Being dirty has never been this sweet.
The traveling frog needs to be fed before his adventurous travels. But some players are worried their 'digital pet' might be lonely.
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...
The death-defying stunts of China's self-proclaimed "first extreme heights challenger in the country" ended with a fatal fall.
A new zoo that recently opened in Yulin, Guangxi, is going viral on Chinese social media - and not because of its refinedness.
Grannie knows best? Not everyone agrees on these 'after staying with grannie' make-overs.
Will the real Ali Pay please stand up?
The only woman on the team at this Mechanical Manufacturing programme is honored by her classmates.
China's propaganda machine has been running at full speed this week - now Weibo's celebrities also pitch in.
Smart propaganda - now clapping for Xi Jinping has become a competition.
This hamster is making its rounds... on Weibo.
A Chinese celebrity's relationship announcement led to a rare breakdown of Weibo's servers on Sunday.
Even a costly 8-ft tall Costco teddy bear could not help this rich kid win the love of this girl.
The first day of school is often a major milestone - perhaps more so for parents than for their children. These Chinese parents could not resist...
Secret tests run by a review organization have exposed how Beijing's top-notch hotels do not change their bed sheets or clean their toilet seats. The report...
A small place by the name of Baisha Town West Village, located in Guangdong's Taishan city, is now jokingly called a hot site for house buyers...
"The A4 Waist is out of fashion, now the Heart-Shaped Boob challenge is popular," - a sentence that is buzzing around Weibo these days. Is this...
An essay titled "Beijing Has 20 Million People Pretending to Live There" by Chinese blogger Zhang Wumao has gone viral on Chinese social media. The essay...