The show, that tells Chinese tourists not to defecate in the streets, has been denounced by the Chinese Embassy in Sweden.
The hashtag "High-Speed Tyrant Woman" (#高铁霸座女#) already received a staggering 450 million views on Weibo today.
"How could such a study be published in a renowned scientific publication?," some wonder.
Swedish police drag Chinese tourists out of hotel - some call them thugs, but others say it is the Chinese who were misbehaving.
The tech mogul's arrest is a major topic of discussion, many netizens side with Richard Liu.
Businessman Huang Yiqing claims on Weibo that the actress has been detained.
The BMW driver pulled a long knife to stab the biker, but the knife killed himself instead.
When social media is used as a weapon in a private conflict, it can actually kill people.
Didi drivers are making cruel jokes about the recent murder case in their chat groups - police now make it clear that this kind of talk...
China's 'Big Stomach Stars' are all the rage - but is it really just harmless entertainment?
"Go and wear your beautiful miniskirts! Perverts, we will catch you!", Shenzhen police states.
Fengtai chaos: this is what happens when a person from Dongbei offends Beijingers.
Hottest Beijing topics this week.
The shutdown of 'Curious Daily' aka Q Daily is making people more curious..
RISE conference: Is China surpassing the US as the world's digital leader?
A remarkable conundrum has got Chinese social media users talking. A woman who studied for four years to become a teacher was denied her certification –...
Many netizens are hoping for a Google Search comeback.
It's not innocent jargon. Not anymore.
Some media attacked Japan's victory game, Chinese netizens called them out.
The term 'netizens', referring to Chinese internet users, is both loved and hated.