What is Chinese New Year without the CCTV Spring Gala? What's on Weibo reports the must-knows of the 2020 'Chunwan.'
Amid the coronavirus outbreak panic, the majority of Chinese netizens say it's time for wild game to be game over.
Employees crawling on the ground during annual business dinner: "Is this really the year 2020?"
Using "Grandma's Legs" (nǎinai de tuǐ) was apparently enough to detain him.
Despite the overall condemnation of Iran, there are also many pointing the fingers at the US, writing: "It's all because of America."
The US-Iran conflict has extended to Weibo, where Chinese netizens watch the online 'battle' unfold.
From blockchain to hardcore, this is an overview of China's media top buzzwords over the past year.
The 'Spring Buds' charity supposedly only focused on helping girls, but it turns out this is not the case.
A sudden collapse occurred near Xiamen's Lucuo station, just two weeks after a similar incident took place in Guangzhou.
Famous makeup artist Yuya Mika shared her story in a video that has since gone viral on Weibo.
Pregnant marathon runner Lili clashes with Chinese traditional attitudes towards women who are expecting a baby.
After the Year of the Pig brought swine flue, some fear the Year of the Rat will bring the 'rat plague.'
This week, Didi announced it would allow users to 'hitch' a ride again, but the proposed curfew for female passengers stirred controversy.
Personified beverage fashion - trending because it's cool.
Coca Cola's innovative ocean plastic bottles have become top trending on Weibo.
Pedestrians looking at their phones while crossing the road are getting a red light in Zhejiang.
Party-building 3.0? Didi has got it covered.
This latest top 10 of harmful Chinese apps comes amid a heightened media focus on mobile users and cybersecurity in China.
V-sign selfie pictures could disclose personal information about your fingerprints, security experts warn.
One penny becomes one yuan in this children's song. What's next - changing it to QR codes?