Who knew Chinese schools were so good at harvesting fruit?
The 22-year-old Hunan woman was killed by her husband after unsuccessfully filing for divorce.
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.
Weibo discussions on 'Racism for Sale' documentary: "BBC is maliciously hyping up the issue."
The deafening silence surrounding the female victims of the Tangshan incident is trending on Weibo, where people are demanding answers.
"It must be American hackers who did this, right?", some Weibo commenters wrote in light of the miraculously changing Health Codes.
New Oriental is going from classroom to e-commerce. Online shopping has never been more educational.
As Psyduck goes viral, KFC Children's Day toys are deemed "too childish for children but just perfect for us adults."
Billions were spent on the venues to host the Asia Cup, what will happen to them now that China will no longer be the host country?
This outburst of violence against female customers at a restaurant in Tangshan has sent shockwaves across Chinese social media.
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.
Shanghai residents at Zhangjiang Nashi International are angered about their community turning into a Covid quarantine site.
"It's easier to get a Shanghai license plate than groceries around here."
While Chinese top experts stress that Covid patients can not recover at home, Shanghai's centralized quarantine locations are anything but a home away from home.
After the same thing happened in Shangrao and Huizhou, another pet dog was now killed by a healthcare worker in Shanghai.
Eddie Peng is having pan-fried belt fish, and so are all of his Shanghai neighbors.
People complain that there is not enough food, not enough staff at the Shanghai Nanhui Covid-19 isolation site.
Many Weibo users think it is unnecessarily cruel for young children to be kept separate from their parents at this Shanghai quarantine location.
In the midst of the Shanghai phased lockdown, some on social media say present-day Shanghai feels like two worlds in one city.
Videos of people dancing for healthcare workers are all the rage on Chinese social media, but many think the trend is not about gratitude, but attention...
Some say this year is not 2022 but "2020too", suggesting that everything has gone back to the initial stage of the Covid outbreak.