China's popular "Douyin" app is known as "TikTok" in markets outside of China. But is it really one app?
Despite Canada-China tensions, the Canada Goose store in Beijing is faring well.
Hotpot discussions are getting heated.
Top-notch hotpot restaurant asks for top-notch waiters - stirring controversy online.
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...
"You take one of ours, we take one of yours," some commenters write.
As reports of the Strasbourg attack make their rounds on Weibo, many social media users are concerned about public safety in Europe.
Within days, the vlogs of two farmers using ridiculous selecting criteria for animal consumption racked millions of views.
After five days of searching and drawing the attention of millions of people, the story ended with a twist.
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...
The D&G China marketing crisis in hashtags.
The story of an aggrieved employee forced to delete his WeChat contacts by his boss has brought more applause than outrage on the Chinese Internet.
"D&G Loves China", but China doesn't really love D&G this week.
The annual Golden Horse Film Gala has been overshadowed by political controversy over Taiwan issue.
One of Weibo's hottest posts ever is all about the money.
These are the top ways in which netizens' high Sesame Credit scores can be used in daily life.
After the Chongqing bus crash, the safety on Chinese public buses is the talk of the day, with Nanjing taking new security measures.
In many international media, China's nascent Social Credit System is presented as a gloomy sci-fi storyline with clickbait titles. In Chinese mass media, the story is...
With apps and QR code scanning taking over day-to-day life necessities in China, elderly citizens are feeling increasingly alienated from society.