Understanding why the Yuan Ming Yuan went trending in China after the Notre Dame fire.
While many mourn the Notre Dame blaze, thousands of Chinese netizens point out the burning of the Old Summer Palace in Beijing was actually "worse."
The shocking New Zealand mosque attack, killing at least 49 people, is making headlines worldwide. On Weibo, it is the top trending topic today. A short...
In "Trump the Opera", Trump sings and plays ping pong.
The super popular Devotion game is being blocked in the PRC after users discovered hidden messages insulting President Xi.
The fact that the majority of participants in a CNN poll on the Huawei case labels the issue as being "politically motivated" has become top trending...
"Ever since all the news came out on Meng Wanzhou's arrest I feel like this is Cold War 2.0," some commenters say.
China's popular "Douyin" app is known as "TikTok" in markets outside of China. But is it really one app?
Despite Canada-China tensions, the Canada Goose store in Beijing is faring well.
Nearly 40 reports of Chinese nationals being robbed in Sweden over the past three months, the Chinese Embassy in Stockholm claims: their safety alert for Chinese...
First published December 16 2018 It’s been an eventful 2018 on Chinese social media. What’s on Weibo lists the 18 topics that have generated the most...
"You take one of ours, we take one of yours," some commenters write.
As reports of the Strasbourg attack make their rounds on Weibo, many social media users are concerned about public safety in Europe.
He Jiankui's claim of "gene-edited twins" has sparked international uproar.
"D&G Loves China", but China doesn't really love D&G this week.
The annual Golden Horse Film Gala has been overshadowed by political controversy over Taiwan issue.
The success of K-Pop in China and beyond is evident - the causes for its success are less obvious.
CCTV and the Chinese embassy condemn how the Chinese journalist was treated.
The show, that tells Chinese tourists not to defecate in the streets, has been denounced by the Chinese Embassy in Sweden.
Swedish police drag Chinese tourists out of hotel - some call them thugs, but others say it is the Chinese who were misbehaving.