Meng Wanzhou (孟晚舟) is coming home to China. It has been nearly three years since the CFO of Huawei, and...
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The "six cadre members" of the dorm inspection team take college standards for cleanliness very seriously.
Beijing made it clear that working overtime is illegal, but netizens are concerned about the realities of changing working schedules.
What happens after Chinese celebrities become tainted by scandal? A list of 25 'tainted celebrities' in China.
China's 'socially responsible' celebrity culture will lead to the downfall of various stars.
Recent developments involving Chinese top actress Vicky Zhao (Zhao Wei) are part of a bigger crackdown on China's entertainment industry.
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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 story of Lao Gan Ma founder Tao Huabi.
European media call the 21-year-old Heyden a CCP propagandist, Chinese media call her a victim of the Western media agenda.
While domestic brand Erke is all the hype, Nike is growing increasingly unpopular.
New "Self-Disciplinary Measures" for performers in China come into force on March 1st.
Underwear so good that it can "help women lie to win in the workplace"? Sexist and offensive, according to many Weibo users.
Dr. Chen wanted to warn about the dangers of sevoflurane and other drugs.
The touching Chinese hit movie "Hi, Mom" has sparked an emotional trend on Weibo.
The top celebrities with the most followers on social media - who are they, why are they famous, and what do they do?
Many felt the Gala's comic sketches were insensitive to Chinese women and singles.
We're here to keep you updated about the CMG Spring Festival Gala, China's biggest New Year's TV event.
Recent videos of 'Little Jack Ma' have caused concern among netizens. They are angry at those who exploited and abandoned him.
"Pirating content is not ok, but what other way do we have to access this content?"
Some Chinese social media users describe Clubhouse as "a small crack in the window."