'Cuànfǎng' became a popular word on Chinese social media and in official Chinese discourse this year. But what is it?
Li Yifeng is not exactly living up to his role as spokesperson for the Ministry of State Security.
Yili residents wonder: "We've been in this epidemic for three years already, how can the measures still be so poor?"
Hashtags and online stories shared on Chinese social media in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in China's Sichuan.
Relief in Chengdu about well-stocked shelves, but frustrations are building over slow Covid testing processes.
Chengdu's 'lockdown' is called 'staying at home.'
'If you can leave, we can leave!' This end to a local community lockdown was beautifully played by Nanning residents.
"In China, you speak Chinese."
Local power cuts and heatwaves lead to extraordinary scenes in Sichuan and beyond.
News of 'Little Paul' quietly joining Pelosi to Taiwan received over 380 million views on Weibo on Friday.
Hu's personal opinions should not be mistaken for China's official stance nor guide Chinese online public opinion, Chairman Rabbit argues.
One poster by China Daily on Pelosi's visit to Taiwan said: "The Chinese people will fight back twice as hard."
Some voices say that regardless of a Taiwan visit by Pelosi, US-China relations have already reached one of the lowest points in decades.
"Don't even worry about rectifying, just go away," some commenters wrote about Didi after learning the car-hailing company illegally and excessively collected user data.
"It's almost like wearing electronic handcuffs. I don't want to wear this," one tech blogger wrote after being asked to wear a monitoring wristband during home...
Frustrations mount in Dandong: "All of these things happening are not being followed up on. It's just settled it by leaving it unsettled."
Chinese state media push the Hong Kong anniversary narrative on Weibo: "If Hong Kong is doing well, the nation is doing well, and when the nation...
Netizens interpreted this as a sign that China's current Covid strategy would continue at least five more years.
Weibo discussions on 'Racism for Sale' documentary: "BBC is maliciously hyping up the issue."
Rather than the Bund or city parks, it's the PCR testing points that are Shanghai's most lively spots after the city's reopening.