A New York Times bad review of 'Wandering Earth II' has triggered online discussions: "China's gonna save the world, the US can't stand it."
The first-ever 'mini film' of the Spring Festival Gala struck a chord with viewers for its strong storytelling and authentic production.
Patriotic, privileged, perfect? A year after Eileen Gu became an online sensation in China, she is still generating discussions.
Those who still haven't had Covid have made it to the "finals," but it's not always easy to stay positive about still testing negative.
From satire to tear-jerking songs, these are five favorite performances of the 2023 Chinese 'Chunwan' Spring Festival Gala.
Culture meets commerce, Party propaganda meets pop culture, it's time for the annual Spring Festival Gala! Watch it with What's on Weibo.
More rabbits are getting roasted this year. This giant Chongqing rabbit was removed after sparking criticism for being ugly.
Another year, another drop in birth rates: according to the latest statistics, China's 2022 saw more deaths than births.
From "cremation in process" to "cooling down," the digital display shows the progress of the cremation to provide information to those waiting in the lobby. The crematorium 'departure' board strikes a chord with many.
While many commenters support Chinese authorities for providing data on Covid-related deaths, some questioning the accuracy were censored.
China's 'richest son' Wang Sicong has gone trending on Weibo for throwing punches and becoming a meme machine once again.
China-Canadian relations haven't exactly been warm and friendly recently. This short Xi-Trudeau encounter made it all the more clear.
Chinese media praise the sacrifice, selflessness, and dedication of doctors and nurses working on the frontline during the Covid-19 outbreak.
This is the What's on Weibo podcast #5. The death of Li Wenliand caused a social media storm in February 2020. It's been a year - time to look back.
The rise of Ding Zhen: it started with one Douyin clip and triggered a social media storm.
The third episode of the What's on Weibo podcast, discussing the latest trends on Weibo.
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...
A shifting focus on other issues that are framed within Chinese news narratives of the Russia-Ukraine war.
First in Shangrao, now in Huizhou.
Some see the rising relevance of Weibo in the international social media scene as a sign of a rising China.
The Chinese Embassy stresses that Chinese people should maintain unity and keep helping each other in Ukraine.
Although the embassy first advised Chinese citizens in Ukraine to show a Chinese flag, they now suggest it is better to be careful in displaying their...
Many see the presence of the US warship in the Taiwan Strait as a provocation.
Chinese netizens are so focused on the Russian attack on Ukraine that nobody can focus on work (wuxin gongzuo).
There are still many questions about the Xuzhou woman, but what is clear is that she now has come to represent many women like her.
Chinese netizens are not just closely following the athletes, they are also paying more attention to the "atmosphere enliveners" at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
Some feel that Eileen Gu's "it's literally free" comment shows how utterly unaware the American-born athlete is of her privileged position.
Eileen Gu and Beverly Zhu seem similar in many ways, but their Olympic journey in China turned out so differently.
The Xuzhou mother-of-eight turns out to be Xiao Huamei from a Yunnan village.
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...
The Olympic opening ceremony is the talk of the day.