The "Chengdu 49 Middle School Incident" has been dominating discussions on Chinese social media.
Chinese netizens are annoyed by a Guangzhou Metro security guard posting the X-ray images of the private contents of passenger bags.
The business of live animals being sold online as 'reveal pet surprises,' transported through regular courier services, has caused outrage on Weibo.
News of a brutal kindergarten attack in Guangxi has shocked Chinese netizens.
The 'Chinese Traditional Culture University' sounded so refined, but it turned out to be a sham.
The Suihua deputy director was attacked with a mop after female workers accused him of harassing them.
The case of this Shanghai man shows how small crimes can lead to big consequences.
“The crime of destruction of the military marriage” (破坏军婚罪) apparently is not a crime if you're cheating from within the army.
Dr. Chen wanted to warn about the dangers of sevoflurane and other drugs.
"Pirating content is not ok, but what other way do we have to access this content?"
The bodies of the 38-year-old man and 22-year-old woman were found by the cleaning staff.
Anger over Shandong abuse case: "Is this how the law protects women?!"
The heinous crime has sparked discussions on the problem of campus violence and China's criminal liability age.
"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.
This local traditional opera performance unexpectedly turned into a stage fight.
The story of a Tibetan woman burnt by her ex-husband has triggered outrage on Chinese social media.
A short video shows how a drunken father slams his toddler son into the sofa.
The bizarre story that went trending this week involves China's tech giant Tencent and China's undisputed sauce queen Lao Gan Ma.
Another incident shows the gravity of China's school bullying problem.
For some people, IKEA apparently feels a little too much like home.