Weibo has completely silenced anything relating to Peng Shuai and Zhang Gaoli.
Chinese netizens are annoyed by a Guangzhou Metro security guard posting the X-ray images of the private contents of passenger bags.
Even those who don't agree with ‘6b4t’ views condemn Douban's recent crackdown on 6b4t and feminist groups.
Underwear so good that it can "help women lie to win in the workplace"? Sexist and offensive, according to many Weibo users.
It is an online subculture that has been around for more than a decade, and it is not likely to die out any time soon.
For some people, IKEA apparently feels a little too much like home.
China is the third country in the world to produce its own HPV vaccine, and it is cheaper than its foreign counterparts.
"The best official account post I've ever seen on Weibo."
China's marriage rates have hit a new low, but Weibo's singletons blame their unmarried status on circumstances beyond their control.
This Shanghai school gave its pupils some noteworthy homework.
There's a sharp rise in HIV among Chinese elderly men, partly caused by a general lack of HIV & safe sex awareness.
The famous businessman later apologized for his comments, but the damage was done.
The woman became an overnight celebrity when dozens of her private photos went viral in connection to the Richard Liu case.
Whose right is it to decide whether or not have a second child - and who pays the price?
"Go and wear your beautiful miniskirts! Perverts, we will catch you!", Shenzhen police states.
Chinese actress Faye Yu has become a social media hit because of her views on love and marriage.
There is no China-based, Chinese #metoo movement as there is in the US and other countries.
Why do prominent mainland liberals speak out against Chinese feminism?
"She is saving someone's life, yet all you can think of is sex."
In a new book on China's Leftover Women, author Roseann Lakes highlights the strength and merit of China's unmarried women.