A Chinese villager sacrificed his life, by working in a coal mine, so his daughter could get an education.
A news article about corrupt officials was removed from People’s Daily, while related terms have been blocked from being searched on the Internet.
Chinese online media company Sina says it has 500 million members on its Twitter-like platform called Weibo. But a recent report suggests the numbers include many fraudulent [...]
A Chinese microblog dedicated to Communist Party leader Xi Jinping has gone viral.
A reporter from Hong Kong has begun exposing a 21-year-old who is alleged to have 11 properties in her name, many of them subsidized apartments.
State-run media have publicized the Chinese Communist Party’s intent to punish free speech on the Internet.
A recent major social study in China reveals that city dwellers have mostly lost trust in China’s social institutions, are concerned about public security, and are more [...]
The murder of a local official by a petitioner was met with praise online.
“Bachelor’s Day” was observed in China on Nov. 11, with many male Chinese netizens lamenting the cost of getting married and keeping a wife.
Responding to a state media report about the high cost of U.S. elections, Chinese netizens say democracy is inexpensive.