Nearly 40 reports of Chinese nationals being robbed in Sweden over the past three months, the Chinese Embassy in Stockholm claims: their safety alert for Chinese...
What breed is that doggy in the window? Chengdu bans 22 breeds in the city's big districts.
In many international media, China's nascent Social Credit System is presented as a gloomy sci-fi storyline with clickbait titles. In Chinese mass media, the story is...
The show, that tells Chinese tourists not to defecate in the streets, has been denounced by the Chinese Embassy in Sweden.
Swedish police drag Chinese tourists out of hotel - some call them thugs, but others say it is the Chinese who were misbehaving.
The city's new international airport will be the biggest one in the world.
Businessman Huang Yiqing claims on Weibo that the actress has been detained.
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...
The 'Two Child Policy' has not led to a baby boom, but are the costs to blame?
Whose right is it to decide whether or not have a second child - and who pays the price?
Some accuse city authorities of double standards for allowing Randy to run his hamburger stall.
Chinese filmgoers won't be seeing Christopher Robin - What's on Weibo talking to BBC World Update.
Recently, many foreign media reported that Disney's 'Christopher Robin' (2018) will not be released in China due to an alleged "nationwide ban" on Winnie. But there...
A P2P Crisis: investors who have lost their savings tried to take their grievances to the street.
When one bad social credit listing affects the entire family.
The unemployment problem among Chinese graduates can be solved by sending them to the countryside, one professor proposes.
'Laolao' or 'waipo'? A Shanghai textbook decides that only one of them is right for granny.
"The personal credit era has arrived," some netizens say.
Many netizens say this kind of public shaming reminds them of the days of the Cultural Revolution.
Stories of the top achievers of China's national exams can no longer be propagated by state media; the emphasis should shift to the average, harmonious student.