Weibo users are using this newly unearthed fact to highlight their perception of Pelosi’s visit of Taiwan as part of a long held anti-China sentiment.
A viral article suggests Chinese readers join the army and buy a cheap house in Taiwan if China succeeds in taking control of the region.
The new regulations will make it even harder for people to criticize Beijing's coronavirus response.
It automatically scans Chinese social media platform Weibo every four hours, pulling up posts containing words and phrases like “death,” “release from life,” and “end of the world.”
Airport authorities were so impressed with the 13-year-old boy's skills that they now want to train him to be a pilot.
“At work, we emphasize the spirit of 996. In life, we should follow 669.”
A CCTV video has captured what appears to be a Tesla Model S self-combusting in a Shanghai parking lot.
But — spoiler alert! — they saw the ending before U.S. fans did
The X-Men star has topped Forbes’ list of highest-paid celebrities in China for four consecutive years
The network reversed a decision to remove content ”with pornographic implications, promoting bloody violence, or related to homosexuality.”
The announcements come in response to a Chinese directive to halt Bitcoin trades by the end of the month
The Beijing producer tackles questions of belonging in an increasingly disorienting world.