This elementary schoolbook by the People's Education Press went viral for being ugly.
Supporters of China's 'lying flat' movement says it is a form of collective emotional catharsis, but state media suggest it goes against the Chinese Dream.
Feminine hygiene brand Fuyanjie is caught in a social media storm over its "dark and stinky" marketing campaign.
"The best way to make videos go viral is by censoring them."
'Voices of April' is the biggest topic in China's Covid social media era since the death of Dr. Li Wenliang.
Liu Genghong (Will Liu) is leading his best lockdown life.
It's not a "Hollywood science fiction movie" but a Shanghai office building turned into a makeshift hospital.
This Shanghai-based German national has had it with local anti-epidemic measures.
Chinese netizens are using hashtags propagated by state media to get critical posts to the front page of Weibo.
"It's easier to get a Shanghai license plate than groceries around here."
After the same thing happened in Shangrao and Huizhou, another pet dog was now killed by a healthcare worker in Shanghai.
Eddie Peng is having pan-fried belt fish, and so are all of his Shanghai neighbors.
Videos of people dancing for healthcare workers are all the rage on Chinese social media, but many think the trend is not about gratitude, but attention...
Hotpot Friday night turned into a three-day hotpot marathon for this lady from Zhengzhou.
The stories of Liu Xuezhou and the Xuzhou mother both developed in real-time while netizens pushed them to the front page, making them too big for...
Chinese netizens are so focused on the Russian attack on Ukraine that nobody can focus on work (wuxin gongzuo).
On Twitter, many saw the moment as an example of Chinese treatment of the press, while many on Weibo viewed the incident as an example of...
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Noisy upstairs neighbors? The zhenlouqi is a way more effective revenge than hitting your broom against the ceiling.
The woman ruined 32 wedding dresses - worth at least $11,000 - because she wanted her $550 deposit back.