Questions about your What’s on Weibo membership? Do you have a tip or want to contribute to What’s on Weibo? Any general or media inquiries? We can be contacted in the following ways.
Please note that THIS IS NOT WEIBO CUSTOMER SERVICE. What’s on Weibo is a news site dedicated to reporting social trends in China. Read more about us here. We love Weibo but we are not Weibo.
Feel free to email us for any questions or comments relating to What’s on Weibo. Please do not email us with questions about your Weibo account.
Weibo Watch is the What’s on Weibo newsletter giving you the latest insights on what is going on in the world of Chinese social media. Weibo Watch is exclusive to our premium members. Stay up to date and subscribe here for less than $1 per week.
What’s on Weibo also sends out the free What’s on Weibo newsletter to keep you updated on the latest major trends and our featured articles. Sign up below!
You can follow us via these channels:
Chinese Female Homeowner Slapped in Altercation with Nanchang Office Worker
China’s ‘Chanel’? Chinese Beauty Brand Florasis Is Raising Eyebrows on Weibo
Weibo Watch: Walking on Eggshells
“Elderlies” in Their Thirties: The Growing Interest of Chinese Youth in Nursing Homes
Changsha Restaurant Employee Pays the Price after Protecting Abused Child
Subscribe to our newsletter
Behind 8 Billion Streams: Who is Dao Lang Cursing in the Chinese Hit Song ‘Luocha Kingdom’?
About Wang Yi’s “You Can Never Become a Westerner” Remarks
Russian Perspectives, Ridiculing Putin Supporters: Chinese Online Media Responses to the Wagner Mutiny
Chinese Tourists in Europe: Getting Robbed Is Part of the Experience
Jiangsu Woman Takes Smiling Selfie with Injured Victim in Background
When White People Discovered China’s ‘White People Food’ Trend
Bad Apples? Chinese Actor Liu Jin Smashes iPhone 13 Pro Max, Anger over ‘Chinese’ Employee Photo on Apple Website
Zhang versus Zhang: An Online Debate over the Value of Studying Journalism in China
Paper over Cracks: Online Frustrations about Official Language Sugarcoating China’s Youth Employment Crisis
Clicking Into the Craze: Exploring the Rise of “Ethnic-Themed Photos” Among Chinese Tourists
Get in touch
Would you like to become a contributor, or do you have any tips or suggestions for us? Get in touch with us here.