Dr. Chen wanted to warn about the dangers of sevoflurane and other drugs.
Raising virtual cows, shaking with phones - this is the Chinese New Year tradition of giving red envelopes in the digital era.
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Self-service ordering is the norm in many restaurants across China, but its benefits do not always outweigh the downsides.
One celebrity couple breakup, two children born through surrogacy: this sad and messy topic has exploded on Chinese social media.
What started with a 2003 internet sensation grew into a massive movement - Hanfu is booming on Weibo and beyond.
The court case triggered discussions on the need for premarital health checks.
Pinduoduo's '996' culture is the talk of the day after the sudden death of a 22-year-old female employee.
Some of the buzzwords that were most noteworthy in Chinese media this year.
So much reading to do! These are some of the best new books on China.
The rise of Ding Zhen: it started with one Douyin clip and triggered a social media storm.
As the Xianzi versus Zhu Jun court case begins, Chinese official media stay silent and social media posts are being removed. On December 2nd, 13:30 Beijing...
Their family says they did not know the marriage was not legal.
Some homebuyers counter the rise of facial recognition technology in real estate offices by wearing helmets during their visit.
The heinous crime has sparked discussions on the problem of campus violence and China's criminal liability age.
One fatal incident has turned baby neck floats into a topic of debate.
A man killed his wife in Shanxi in the middle of the street, yet nobody intervened.
"Where’s China’s animal protection law?" - voices calling for a Chinese animal protection law are growing louder. Now, state media also call for legislation.
Some are so eager to look picture perfect on their social media feed, that they go to extremes to create a fake online life.
A Shanghai fake 'rich girl WeChat group' has become the talk of the day after a Chinese blogger went undercover in their bizarre social media circle.