Weibo discussions about a woman from Wuhan who was fired after sharing news of her pregnancy for "inability" to do her job.
This was on the menu during the big dinner on Xi's first night in Moscow during the state visit to Russia.
The Two Sessions have been trending on Chinese social media all week, and some topics garnered more attention than others.
Although their functions are still limited, AI news anchors such as Ren Xiaorong are a sign of the future.
In Xi's piece, the word "China" was the most recurring one. In Putin's article, the word "Russia" was repeated the most.
New video by Party newspaper about the People's Republic of China: "I own a vast territory, but not an inch shall be lost."
A hashtag related to Xi Jinping's third term received over 1.2 billion views on Weibo.
It's a Culture & Tourism Bureau social media battle: China's local tourist offices are fighting to go viral to attract more visitors.
After the FBI suggested it is likely that Covid-19 originated in a Wuhan lab, commentator Hu Xijin posted about "the United States of Rumors."
A lot has been going on when it comes to panda-related news in China, where pandas are all the talk, from Yaya in America to Ruyi in Russia.
The fan culture surrounding Wang Wenbin comes at a time when China's 'diplomat dream team' already has a steady fanbase on social media.
China's 'wolf warrior diplomacy' is only a result of wolves being rampant, Foreign Minister Qin Gang suggested during the Two Sessions.
A small and practical social security topic goes trending when major hashtags about welfare protests are censored.
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The third episode of the What's on Weibo podcast, discussing the latest trends on Weibo.
Many online discussions on the Henan banking issue are not focused on the repay announcement, but on the violence that was used to disperse the demonstrators.
The police opened fire and subdued the suspect, who stabbed at least four people at Shanghai's Ruijin Hospital on Saturday.
"We need to stay vigilant that there are now some foreign forces who are using what we post to show China in a bad light."
Reporter Zeng Ying is accused of being unpatriotic after she was holding back tears on air during an interview on the Shinzo Abe attack.
On Weibo, some are gloating over the shooting of Shinzo Abe, who has been called the "'chief' anti-China politician in Japan."
Jay Chou's much-anticipated 'Greatest Work of Art' is a viral work of art.
It is the first time for Beijing to make vaccines mandatory, and not everyone is happy about it.
Frustrations mount in Dandong: "All of these things happening are not being followed up on. It's just settled it by leaving it unsettled."
Chinese state media push the Hong Kong anniversary narrative on Weibo: "If Hong Kong is doing well, the nation is doing well, and when the nation...
The 22-year-old Hunan woman was killed by her husband after unsuccessfully filing for divorce.
Who knew Chinese schools were so good at harvesting fruit?
The lookalike sisters thought it was "convenient" to use each other's passport to travel to Japan, Russia, Thailand and other countries.
Netizens interpreted this as a sign that China's current Covid strategy would continue at least five more years.
Nanny was distracted by her phone, the open window was easily accessible; both factors played a role in the fatal fall of the Hangzhou child.
"Now we can all have eight children and a bright future," one Chinese commenter sarcastically wrote about the U.S. reversal of abortion law.