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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.
Recent developments involving Chinese top actress Vicky Zhao (Zhao Wei) are part of a bigger crackdown on China's entertainment industry.
While domestic brand Erke is all the hype, Nike is growing increasingly unpopular.
The story of Lao Gan Ma founder Tao Huabi.
The unprecedented crackdown on China's private education has generated many online discussions.
The social media trends during China’s heavy rainfall and floods in July of 2021 show the multidimensionality of online communication in times of disaster. Facing the...
This miniature sign - 'you'll lose your head if you steal secrets' - seems a bit much for a Lego set for kids, but at least...
Special KFC in Inner-Mongolia: "Is home delivery done by camelback?"
'Delusional' or 'vigilant'? Weibo discussions over the woman who jumped from a moving vehicle when her Shouqi driver deviated from the route.
Consumer sentiments on Western brands and made-in-China fashion are changing.
Overview of the top 10 e-readers in China in 2021.
The hashtag "Wo Zhichi Xinjiang Mianhua" - "I Support Xinjiang Cotton" - received over 6 billion views on Weibo.
A decision that backfired: Intel's act of supposed 'inclusion' caused the exclusion of female comedian Yang Li.
Underwear so good that it can "help women lie to win in the workplace"? Sexist and offensive, according to many Weibo users.
Raising virtual cows, shaking with phones - this is the Chinese New Year tradition of giving red envelopes in the digital era.
"Pirating content is not ok, but what other way do we have to access this content?"
Self-service ordering is the norm in many restaurants across China, but its benefits do not always outweigh the downsides.
From local governments to brand commercials, "staying put for the holidays" (就地过年) is the trend of this Spring Festival.