It's the Chinese new year of Peppa Pig.
China's ubiquitous inserted ad marketing is alienating viewers from their favorite TV drama characters.
Hotpot discussions are getting heated.
The Chinese Santa emoticon is here!
According to Chinese (state) media, these are the top buzzwords of the year.
The "royal" stray cats of the Forbidden City have never been more popular than in 2018. This week, news of the death of Palace Museum cat...
First published December 16 2018 It’s been an eventful 2018 on Chinese social media. What’s on Weibo lists the 18 topics that have generated the most...
The footage of the awkwardly smiling and disillusioned teenager unravelled an endless stream of memes. Little did the teenager know that a few weeks after the...
Within days, the vlogs of two farmers using ridiculous selecting criteria for animal consumption racked millions of views.
"We need to recall those TV dramas and genres that have vanished into oblivion," Zhao writes.
A messy story is flooding Weibo today, as Chinese celebrity Ma Rong accuses ex-husband Wang Baoqiang of assault.
Online slang has been an important part of Chinese online culture ever since the first message boards were launched, and is ubiquitous and ever-changing on popular...
This year marks 60 years of Chinese TV drama. These are the best Chinese TV dramas of all time.
One of Weibo's hottest posts ever is all about the money.
The hashtag “IG are the Champions” received over a billion million views on Weibo over the past week.
China's Copyright Association is making karaoke fans sing a different tune.
The top scoring TV dramas in China of this moment – and they are almost all available with English subtitles.
Top Weibo Celebs: these are the most popular Weibo accounts of 2018.
Beijing band Namo, that brings a fresh sound by mixing rock with Chinese traditional music influences, is celebrating its ten-year anniversary this year.
The success of K-Pop in China and beyond is evident - the causes for its success are less obvious.