Chinese actress Faye Yu has become a social media hit because of her views on love and marriage.
The murder on the 21-year-old flight attendant has raised concerns among netizens on the safety of car-hailing app Didi.
Footage of a 7-month-pregnant woman in Baoji tackling a 4-year old boy has triggered waves of discussions on Weibo this weekend.
Since one of the articles we did in the early days of What’s on Weibo about the 10 most evil power women in the history of...
The hashtag "Zhang Muyi & Akama Miki Getting Married" has over 100 million views on Weibo .
Zhang Muyi became her music coach when Miki Akama was only 8 years old. A decade later, the couple announces their wedding on Weibo.
Alleged changes to China's marriage law have set rumors going on Chinese social media about a 'three-child policy.'
The heartbreaking photos of a desperate mother are going viral for the second time.
There is no China-based, Chinese #metoo movement as there is in the US and other countries.
An update to the biggest topic of the week: a remarkable live-broadcasted eye-roll.
One moment during a media conference of China's Two Sessions sparked the "Question-Asking Bitch" (提问婊) controversy and is generating dozens of memes.
Why do prominent mainland liberals speak out against Chinese feminism?
He put her out of the car, but their relationship is still on.
In a new book on China's Leftover Women, author Roseann Lakes highlights the strength and merit of China's unmarried women.
What's on Weibo gives an overview of how anorexia nervosa is discussed in China and on Chinese social media.
27 years after her suicide, bohemian writer San Mao still strikes a chord with Chinese netizens.
With the hashtag 'wo ye shi' ('me too'), one Chinese scholar stands up for a #metoo movement in China against sexual harassment.
With pink flowers and dreamlike imageries, these prevalent advertisements promise Chinese women a fast and 'glamorous' abortion.
"This is no laughing matter" - A happy selfie at the scene of a grave accident triggers anger on social media.
A 2016 murder case revolving around Chinese exchange students in Japan has become a media spectacle outside the courtroom. Since the victim’s mother turned to netizens...