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 necessities in China, elderly citizens are feeling increasingly alienated from society.
Deng Deng the dog was listed as "movable property" by the Chaoyang courthouse.
The #flauntyourwealth or #fallingstars challenge, that was already popular in Russia this summer, has taken off in China. But many netizens seem to have a different...
Top Weibo Celebs: these are the most popular Weibo accounts of 2018.
The CPC actively involves and rewards citizens in their new policy on combatting crimes.
A strange story is currently making its rounds on Wechat, involving a small black dog that turned out not to be a dog at all. Beijing...
The success of K-Pop in China and beyond is evident - the causes for its success are less obvious.
About changing concepts of home in China: from 'home is where my pig is' to 'has your frog returned home yet?'
Much ado about nothing? This Instagram post by Beckham has angered Chinese netizens.
After complaints of ‘smelly chicken,’ parents went to see for themselves what their children get to eat at school.
The show, that tells Chinese tourists not to defecate in the streets, has been denounced by the Chinese Embassy in Sweden.