"Liang Liang and Li Jun are just the tip of the iceberg; there are thousands of couples facing similar challenges."
Chinese cinemagoers noticed that a nude Florence Pugh, who plays Jean Tatlock, is covered by a 'little black dress' in China's version of Oppenheimer.
Many individuals are skeptical of the notion that those behind the Brick Lane graffiti were involved in creating meaningful street art.
Is pursuing a degree in journalism worth it in China? Educational adviser Zhang Xuefeng says no, while professor Zhang Xiaoqiang says yes. Their online debate has...
Exploring the dynamics that led to the social storm involving Chinese comedian 'House' Li Haoshi.
From Weibo to WeChat, from Douyin to Zhihu, Li Haoshi's joke has sparked widespread conversations, and opinions vary.
As another textbook controversy goes viral on Chinese socials, some feel that there are no excuses for teaching children the wrong things.
China won't "watch the fire from the other side of the river," but it also will not "pour oil on the fire" of the Russia-Ukraine war.
The Two Sessions have been trending on Chinese social media all week, and some topics garnered more attention than others.
A hashtag related to Xi Jinping's third term received over 1.2 billion views on Weibo.
The student who grabbed Chen's mic shouted: "We study for the Great Rejuvenation of the Chinese nation - not to breed with Americans!"
A small and practical social security topic goes trending when major hashtags about welfare protests are censored.
Why was a ChatGPT-like platform not first launched in China? As ChatGPT is all the talk, so is the discussion about China catching up.
While many commenters support Chinese authorities for providing data on Covid-related deaths, some questioning the accuracy were censored.
Zhang Zhehan's latest song is his first success after he suffered scrutiny in China, but his song wasn't released in the mainland.
As people in Beijing, Shanghai, and other places take to the streets holding up white papers, some have dubbed this the "A4 Revolution."
Anger, distrust in Lanzhou after community staff discovered that those coming to test residents had not had a recent Covid test themselves.
In Shanghai, people paid tribute to the victims of the Ulumqi fire by lighting candles, and also found other ways to vent their frustrations.
"Tonight is the night when students are flooding the internet," some on Weibo said during a dark night filled with students' bright lights.
As people mourned the victims of the Urumqi fire, they also expressed anger over how the last 100 days of their lives were spent in lockdown.