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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In Shanghai, people paid tribute to the victims of the Ulumqi fire by lighting candles, and also found other ways to vent their frustrations.
"Tonight is the night when students are flooding the internet," some on Weibo said during a dark night filled with students' bright lights.
"They say it's cleared, so it is cleared. The building was on fire, now the internet is on fire."
The first woman who came forward to accuse Kris Wu in 2021 celebrated his sentencing in a livestream.
As people mourned the victims of the Urumqi fire, they also expressed anger over how the last 100 days of their lives were spent in lockdown.
Fed up with Foxconn, employees vented their frustrations and started a riot at the Zhengzhou factory campus.
Bluffing in Zhengzhou: "Nothing scarier than the newly acquired power of people at the lowest rung of society."
As Covid-19 cases are on the rise, Beijing is not opening up, but closing down.
Some on Weibo joke that Elon Musk is "promoting Chinese culture" through his new approach to Twitter.
On Weibo, many people held different views on the incident regarding two women being tied up after violating Guangzhou anti-epidemic rules.
China-Canadian relations haven't exactly been warm and friendly recently. This short Xi-Trudeau encounter made it all the more clear.
"Will there also be gold, premium, and diamond Covid-19 test VIP packages in the future?"
Shijiazhuang is trending on Chinese social media as "the first person to eat the crab" for implementing updated, looser Covid measures.
There's online outrage about excessive and senseless Covid anti-epidemic measures in Heilongjiang after two shop incidents went viral.
These are China's new rules regarding the "further optimization of the Covid-19 epidemic prevention and control."