China's ubiquitous inserted ad marketing is alienating viewers from their favorite TV drama characters.
Haidilao is taking its customer service to a whole new level.
Bulgari's wordplay is multidimensional, but did it consider Jewish people?
Despite Canada-China tensions, the Canada Goose store in Beijing is faring well.
Hotpot discussions are getting heated.
Top-notch hotpot restaurant asks for top-notch waiters - stirring controversy online.
PublishedDecember 27, 2018
A selection of the best modern literary fiction works that provide deeper insights into China.
Nearly 40 reports of Chinese nationals being robbed in Sweden over the past three months, the Chinese Embassy in Stockholm claims: their safety alert for Chinese...
According to Chinese (state) media, these are the top buzzwords of the year.
The "royal" stray cats of the Forbidden City have never been more popular than in 2018. This week, news of the death of Palace Museum cat...
First published December 16 2018 It’s been an eventful 2018 on Chinese social media. What’s on Weibo lists the 18 topics that have generated the most...
Apparently, all it takes is to be an American to get your deposit back from Ofo?
The footage of the awkwardly smiling and disillusioned teenager unravelled an endless stream of memes. Little did the teenager know that a few weeks after the...
As reports of the Strasbourg attack make their rounds on Weibo, many social media users are concerned about public safety in Europe.
After waiting for 50 days to see her again, the man decided to sue a woman he met at a bookstore to trace her down.
Within days, the vlogs of two farmers using ridiculous selecting criteria for animal consumption racked millions of views.
"Obedience is the core value for women," is a message that is being propagated in "female virtue classes."
A 4-year-old girl lost her life in a pedestrian crossing incident that happened within a matter of seconds. A terrible fatal incident that was caught on...
After five days of searching and drawing the attention of millions of people, the story ended with a twist.
If there is one single word for being 'dirt-poor' and 'ugly' it would be 'qiou' - a character many self-mocking young Chinese say they identify with.