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.
The best books to understand modern China - from society and history to gender and (online) language.
Chinese state media say: "We don't want a trade war with America - but we certainly do not fear it."
A constitutional amendment that allows Chinese President Xi Jinping to rule beyond 2023 has been passed.
Chinese authorities respond to allegations of China meddling in foreign affairs through its 'sharp power.'
Amendments to the constitution of the PRC may lead to a potential indefinite rule for Xi Jinping.
Weibo and online celebrities are punished by Internet regulators for spreading 'vulgar content', but netizens bear the brunt.
"The Diaoyu islands belong to China, forward it to pass on the truth!", Chinese state media write on Weibo.
Local authorities in Hengyang are not dreaming of a white Christmas.
While coal heating is being banned, many villagers are left in the cold as they have no access to electric or gas heating systems.
China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is propagating old ideas in new ways.
In the aftermath of the big Daxing fire, Beijing's 40-day safety evacuation campaign has become the talk of the day on Chinese social media.
Easy to click, view & share - short cartoons and gifs are the propaganda posters of China's new digital era.
On the first day in Beijing, Trump's granddaughter Arabella played an important role in America's diplomatic 'charm offensive.'
China's propaganda machine has been running at full speed this week - now Weibo's celebrities also pitch in.
No three-and-a-half-hour speech, but a three-and-a-half minute video explains China's new strategies in this latest propaganda clip on social media.
Smart propaganda - now clapping for Xi Jinping has become a competition.
100 "must-know" terms for the 19th National Congress, propagated by People's Daily.
After various controversies, Chinese authorities have now blocked various Islam-related words by Chinese netizens on Weibo.
The popular Chinese talk show "Behind the Headlines," broadcasted since 1998, has been suddenly terminated.