"Where’s China’s animal protection law?" - voices calling for a Chinese animal protection law are growing louder. Now, state media also call for legislation.
These are the main trends and topics in the context of China's nationwide 'Clean Plate campaign.'
"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.
Pedestrians looking at their phones while crossing the road are getting a red light in Zhejiang.
This latest top 10 of harmful Chinese apps comes amid a heightened media focus on mobile users and cybersecurity in China.
A wave of sentiment against foreign students is taking over Chinese social media this week.
Chinese celebrity Yico Zeng triggered major controversy on Weibo over the past week for failing to comply with security regulations at Beijing airport.
After the sudden cancellation of the much-anticipated 'Novoland' premiere, Chinese fantasy costume dramas are facing grim prospects.
A special 'trailer' before the Avengers movie premiere showed the audience blacklisted individuals.
If implemented, this would mean a big blow to China's live streaming market.
"The collapse of one app is affecting our entire future."
What breed is that doggy in the window? Chengdu bans 22 breeds in the city's big districts.
China's Copyright Association is making karaoke fans sing a different tune.
The Wuxi Medical App makes Chinese health care more digital.
"More babies, less divorce" - big changes are about to come regarding family planning and marriage, according to a proposed draft of divisions of the Civil...
The word ‘Single’s Tax’ (单身税) has become a hot topic on Chinese social media over the past few months. Now that the National People’s Congress Standing...
Signature forgery by Chinese kuaidi (couriers) happens on a daily basis. For a delivery company in Jiangsu, one false signature ended up costing a lot of...
They divorced, wife-swapped, divorced, and remarried - all for tax evasion. Although Chinese media condemn the story, netizens applaud it.
At times unjust, excessive, or even illegal - but the Human Flesh Search still is an inherent part of Weibo.