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.
A beauty blogger shows her ugly side.
The little girl was saved from a child trafficker after her parents' cry for help went viral on WeChat.
The word ‘Single’s Tax’ (单身税) has become a hot topic on Chinese social media over the past few months. Now that the National People’s Congress Standing...
Some workers at Fast Dog would've rather seen a cat in their company's remarkable rebranding campaign.
When a driver broke through a Harbin toll booth, toll workers were quick to stop him, hurting a little girl while doing so.
Some accuse city authorities of double standards for allowing Randy to run his hamburger stall.
For this boy, his mother's phone number is a permanent one.
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 –...
"This is like inviting a DJ to a funeral to play some happy beats," one netizen writes about the recent Sina News publication.
Many netizens say this kind of public shaming reminds them of the days of the Cultural Revolution.
Stories of the top achievers of China's national exams can no longer be propagated by state media; the emphasis should shift to the average, harmonious student.
Footage of a 7-month-pregnant woman in Baoji tackling a 4-year old boy has triggered waves of discussions on Weibo this weekend.
They divorced, wife-swapped, divorced, and remarried - all for tax evasion. Although Chinese media condemn the story, netizens applaud it.
The hashtag "Zhang Muyi & Akama Miki Getting Married" has over 100 million views on Weibo .
Zhang Muyi became her music coach when Miki Akama was only 8 years old. A decade later, the couple announces their wedding on Weibo.
An update to the biggest topic of the week: a remarkable live-broadcasted eye-roll.
From north to south, it's a world of difference.
One moment during a media conference of China's Two Sessions sparked the "Question-Asking Bitch" (提问婊) controversy and is generating dozens of memes.