Some Chinese nursing homes are evolving into sought-after havens where China's younger people can "lie flat" without worrying about meals and household chores, while enjoying a high-quality lifestyle.
From Subway Judge to Diving Grandpas, these were the main topics that mattered on Chinese social media recently.
It's been an explosive week on Chinese social media. Since Tuesday, when Japan formally announced its decision to start releasing waste water from Fukushima, related topics have been dominating Chinese social media platforms.
Post-pandemic travel disillusionment to the 'Unkillable One from Shijiazhuang', an overview of noteworthy and trending topics on Weibo and beyond.
Qian Xuesen is a renowned Chinese scientist whose life shares remarkable parallels with Oppenheimer's.
The marriage was denied after a local official found the woman did not learn sign language and could not write.
From beauty guru to betrayal: why one livestream moment is shaking China's internet.
China's famous beauty livestreamer Li Jiaqi is in hot water after his annoyed response about an $11 eyebrow pencil.
The proposed ban on clothing deemed harmful is stirring debate, with some arguing for the significance of protecting national pride and others emphasizing the value of personal expression.
The recent buzz surrounding the Luckin x Maotai collaboration shows that blending coffee + alcohol might just become the next major trend in Chinese coffee culture.
Chinese cinemagoers noticed that a nude Florence Pugh, who plays Jean Tatlock, is covered by a 'little black dress' in China's version of Oppenheimer.
Patriotic, problematic, or purely photogenic? The trend of ethnic photoshoots has sprouted across Chinese social media platforms.
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.
“Ah, is this what they mean with ‘dynamic zero’?” The online discussions about controlling the epidemic spread are also heavily controlled.
A pop-up window doesn't seem to bring anything good these days.
Green fences bring back memories of Shanghai's lockdown earlier in 2022.
Uncertain times for tourists trapped in Xishuangbanna: "They don't know when the lockdown will be lifted and when they can go home."
The Health Code system and the ‘Green Horse’ meme have become part of everyday life in a zero-Covid China.
Multiple Chinese (military) bloggers started using 'weak goose' (菜鹅) term in light of Russia's fading victory.
China's latest patriotic blockbuster 'Home Coming' focuses on Chinese diplomats as the saviours of overseas Chinese in times of trouble.
It's corn! The "6 yuan corn" debate just keeps going.
Chinese manufacturers of heating equipment are the "invisible champions" of Europe's energy crisis.
Political commentator Hu Xijin about China's zero-Covid Policy: " This fight is bound to be like navigating a boat against the current."
"Why is that every time Mahsa Amini is mentioned, it somehow gets linked to America?"
After Li Jiaqi's return to livestreaming, the 'tank cake incident' has become the elephant in the room on social media.
They’ve been in lockdown for 42 days already, but according to some Lhasa-based bloggers, there have been no improvements in the local epidemic situation. They say...
'Cuànfǎng' became a popular word on Chinese social media and in official Chinese discourse this year. But what is it?
"I wish I could be quarantined at Disney too!" The Shanghai Disney hotel apparently is the happiest place to get locked in.