"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 (temporary) 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.
Even if they happened 80 years ago, these unsolved murder cases still haunt Chinese netizens today.
There was so much pressure from the parents that the school gates came down.
The official Weibo Community Manager announced a 3-month-ban on online content on April 13, including that on displays of homosexuality.
The hashtag "Zhang Muyi & Akama Miki Getting Married" has over 100 million views on Weibo .
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.
It's time for the CCTV 2018 New Year's Gala - follow the highlights and the low points here.
At times unjust, excessive, or even illegal - but the Human Flesh Search still is an inherent part of Weibo.
There is a giant panda movement happening on Weibo, and there are two sides to it.
Weibo and online celebrities are punished by Internet regulators for spreading 'vulgar content', but netizens bear the brunt.