Because Yue tested positive for Covid19, the entire country came to know the recent whereabouts of "the hardest-working man of China."
Alibaba is allegedly ready to give up its Weibo shares to SMG.
From Alaska Talks to Zheng Shuang, these were the biggest Weibo trends of 2021.
The censorship surrounding the Tong Liya story almost drew more attention than the actual rumors themselves.
Over the past seven weeks, the whereabouts and safety of Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai have been a matter of constant concern in international (social) media....
Despite being censored and threatened, Li Xuezheng believes the force of law is with him.
China's canceled celebrities won't be able to turn to live streaming once they're on this black list.
Peng Shuai shows up at the Fila Kids Junior Tennis Challenge Finals in Beijing.
Beijing 2022 is all about being 'together' but Covid-19 safety and prevention measures will keep athletes in their own Olympic bubble.
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.
The Party's centennial anniversary speech by Xi Jinping was one of the main topics propagated in the Chinese online media sphere.
Many Weibo users agree with Chinese officials that the U.S. re-investigation of the Covid-19 origin is about "political manipulation" and "blame-shifting."
New "Self-Disciplinary Measures" for performers in China come into force on March 1st.
From local governments to brand commercials, "staying put for the holidays" (就地过年) is the trend of this Spring Festival.
News of the Chinese Consulate on Houston being ordered to close by the US is top trending on Weibo today.
"Twittering China's stories well" - about the surge of Chinese official accounts on Twitter.
China's latest COVID-19 infection prevention and control measures are drawing criticism from social media users.
As news of The Bookworm’s closing makes its rounds on social media, Beijingers have responded in shock, mourning the loss of an iconic and meaningful meeting...
"Hong Kong, the Pearl of the Orient, is no longer blooming, but covered in cuts and bruises."