About the biggest controversy surrounding the 2024 Spring Festival Gala, 'Chunshan Studies', Jia Ling's peak in popularity, and other must-know Weibo topics.
Reflecting on the highs and lows of this year's China Media Group Spring Festival Gala, the world's most-watched television program.
Lunar New Year lineup: These are the 9 Chinese films competing at the Spring Festival box office.
After a year away from the spotlight, Chinese actress and director Jia Ling is back, announcing both a new film and slimmer figure.
Part of Harbin's enormous success can be attributed to a snowball effect, but the hype is also the result of a well-coordinated campaign.
The rising influence of Chinese TV dramas on tourism highlights the synergy between entertainment & social media in China, serving as a powerful tool for travel...
Yu Hua's rise as an online celebrity highlights that Chinese youth value relatability and likability over literary prestige.
Delving into the ongoing discussion on 'cābiān' and its influence on women's expression in China's digital realm.
The recent buzz surrounding the Luckin x Maotai collaboration shows that blending coffee + alcohol might just become the next major trend in Chinese coffee culture.
Chinese cinemagoers noticed that a nude Florence Pugh, who plays Jean Tatlock, is covered by a 'little black dress' in China's version of Oppenheimer.
The leaked Coco Lee recording has been dominating online discussions, with one related hashtag receiving over 2,6 billion (!) views on Weibo.
Despite initial low expectation, this Chinese 'Lord of the Rings' has now garnered a devoted online community of fans who are helping to boost its success.
Patriotic, problematic, or purely photogenic? The trend of ethnic photoshoots has sprouted across Chinese social media platforms.
Chinese celebrity Cai Xukun has been a trending topic after since allegations surfaced about a young girlfriend and an alleged forced abortion.
The Messi fan who stormed onto the field and embraced his idol has become famous overnight. Here are eight popular memes circulating around Chinese social media.
Cao Cao flipping the rice bowl is another Cao Cao meme that's widely used to convey internal struggles about facing reality.
After showing up as brides at Roy Wang's concert, some female fans attempted to return their gowns within the store's 7-day 'No Questions Asked Return Policy'.
As iQIYI's 'Become a Farmer' gains momentum, it highlights China's growing trend of embracing rural themes in mainstream entertainment.
The extreme diet of Chinese actor Qin Hao has sparked a trend of people sharing photos of their corn and egg meals. It's yet another celebrity...
Exploring the dynamics that led to the social storm involving Chinese comedian 'House' Li Haoshi.