The story of an aggrieved employee forced to delete his WeChat contacts by his boss has brought more applause than outrage on the Chinese Internet.
After the Chongqing bus crash, the safety on Chinese public buses is the talk of the day, with Nanjing taking new security measures.
Deng Deng the dog was listed as "movable property" by the Chaoyang courthouse.
A brutal case of pet killing has shocked Chinese social media users this week. On September 6, a man from the Shapingba district of Chongqing threw...
When social media is used as a weapon in a private conflict, it can actually kill people.
A day after the brutal killing of a female passenger using one of Didi’s car-hailing services made headlines in China, more details emerge about the circumstances...
Xiao Zhao is the second woman in China to have been killed by her Didi driver this year, raising concerns among Chinese regarding the safety of...
An incident that occurred on the Wenchang Bridge in Liuzhou on August 20 has left at least two people dead among many injured.
When a driver broke through a Harbin toll booth, toll workers were quick to stop him, hurting a little girl while doing so.
Some accuse city authorities of double standards for allowing Randy to run his hamburger stall.
Fengtai chaos: this is what happens when a person from Dongbei offends Beijingers.
Another random outburst of violence in a Chinese hospital has shocked Weibo commenters.
Shockingly, some people applauded as the girl jumped to her death.
"This is like inviting a DJ to a funeral to play some happy beats," one netizen writes about the recent Sina News publication.
A 15-year-old middle school student recently stabbed his classmate to death. His reasons for the brutal stabbing allegedly relate to the fact that his classmate received...
Many netizens say this kind of public shaming reminds them of the days of the Cultural Revolution.
Signature forgery by Chinese kuaidi (couriers) happens on a daily basis. For a delivery company in Jiangsu, one false signature ended up costing a lot of...
A shocking attack on a naughty boy on a public bus have triggered online discussions on China's "little brats."
Footage of a 7-month-pregnant woman in Baoji tackling a 4-year old boy has triggered waves of discussions on Weibo this weekend.
What goes around, comes around?