The CPC actively involves and rewards citizens in their new policy on combatting crimes.
The Food Chain by the BBC investigates the rise of eating disorders in China.
From passenger shaming to fake elephants – a wrap-up of the top trending topics Beijingers have been discussing this week, by What’s on Weibo for our...
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?'
From Chinese dissident filmmakers to government-funded films, you can find it all at Busan, Asia’s biggest film festival. What’s on Weibo provides an overview of all...
Much ado about nothing? This Instagram post by Beckham has angered Chinese netizens.
Video footage of a man throwing a random girl from the bridge in Nanning is making its way on Chinese social media.
After months of silence, there is finally clarity about the situation of Fan Bing Bing: she is ordered to pay millions, and she is sorry.
CCTV and the Chinese embassy condemn how the Chinese journalist was treated.
When marketing & capitalism meet communist symbols: "We might as well put billboards on Tiananmen."
Noteworthy facts about the latest iPhone release in the PRC.
When the editor-in-chief of state tabloid Global Times gave Jia Zhangke’s latest film a bad review on Weibo, the renowned director responded with a bad review...
How Peppa Pig became the victim of thousands of "trademark squatters" in China.
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.
Three Chinese blockbusters & two films touching upon gender issues; these Chinese films at Busan are definitely worth watching.
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.