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China’s Weibo Takes Down Instagram-Like App After Logo Plagiarism Spat
BEIJING—Chinese microblogging website Weibo Corp has taken down an Instagram-like app just three days after its launch and apologized following accusations of plagiarism about the app's logo, a stumble in ...
September 5, 2019
China Cracks Whip on Government Social Media Image
BEIJING/SHANGHAI—China's cabinet has warned government departments to clean up their social media image amid a drive to bolster ...
December 28, 2018
From Chatroom to Courtroom: China’s #MeToo Movement Takes Legal Turn
BEIJING—When a former intern at China's state broadcaster wrote in July about being groped and forcibly kissed by ...
September 27, 2018
Mystery Around Disappearance of Chinese Star Fan Bingbing
BEIJING—X-Men star Fan Bingbing's Beijing management office is dark and abandoned. Her birthday passed almost unremarked in China's ...
September 24, 2018
The Associated Press
Chinese Netizens Sound Off on Trade War via US Embassy’s Social-Media Page
Chinese netizens have found a platform to express their thoughts on the U.S.-China trade war: the U.S. Embassy's ...
September 19, 2018
China’s Twitter Clone Weibo Will Hire 1,000 Users to Rat Out Fellow Netizens for Dissenting Speech
Weibo, China’s equivalent of Twitter, has announced that it will hire 1,000 users to work as online censors. ...
September 30, 2017
Migrant Workers Walk Hundreds of Miles Home for Chinese New Year
With no money, those of us who are homesick have decided to make the journey home on foot.
February 17, 2015
Editor of China’s Top Web Portal Abruptly Resigns
Chen Tong, the man who gave China the popular microblog Weibo, resigned as chief editor and executive vice ...
October 24, 2014
Netizens Mock Former Chinese Leader Jiang Zemin on Birthday
Jiang Zemin, a former leader of the Chinese Communist Party, turned 88 on Sunday. Online, he received what ...
August 18, 2014
Purge of Propaganda System in China Comes With String of Suicides
A string of suicides and illnesses in propaganda offices around China appears to have resulted from the pressure ...
May 26, 2014
Chinese Social Media Reveals Militarization of Tibet
Chinese tourists’social media posts reveal the heavy military presence in Tibet
March 27, 2014
Orwell Meets McKinsey & Co. in China’s Internet Control
A new corps of professional “online opinion specialists” are being trained in how to suppress “reactionary” views on ...
March 11, 2014
Falun Gong Not Responsible For Internet Outage in China
Chinese state blames malfunction for accidentally rerouting 2/3 of China's Internet traffic on July 21; overseas analysts have ...
January 23, 2014
Weibo Goes Down in China, Traffic Redirected to Freedom Software
Weibo, China's approved social media site, went briefly offline; traffic was redirected to Freegate, a tool used to ...
January 21, 2014
In American Dysfunction, Chinese Find a Powerful Lesson
While Chinese tourists were shut out of famous sites in the United States, many were amazed at how ...
October 8, 2013
Chinese Teenager Accused of Rumors Is Released
Yang Hui, a 16-year-old arrested for posting web comments critical of local police in his hometown of Zhangjiachuan, ...
September 23, 2013
Why the Words “Canadian French” Don’t Appear on China’s Weibo
A Researcher explains why Chinese authorities block certain keywords on China’s microblog platform Weibo.
September 20, 2013
Chinese Official Claims Fatherhood of Half the Kids in His Village
A communist official in western China has apparently laid claim to fathering half the children in his village.
September 3, 2013
Suspect Arrested for Bus Stabbings in Central China
A young man has been arrested in connection with a knife attack on a commuter bus that left ...
August 21, 2013
People’s Daily Microblog Banned for Posting Photos of Soviet Collapse
The Chinese Communist Party mouthpiece People’s Daily published a blog post that commemorated the dissolution of the Soviet ...
August 3, 2013
Pregnant Woman in China Lures a Teenager to Her Doom
The idea that one should help pregnant women has been undermined in China after a brutal murder.
August 1, 2013
Social Media in China Is ‘War,’ Says Communist Official
A Chinese military official says that social media is a place for psychological warfare against subversive Western ideas ...
June 17, 2013
Young Girl Cuffed and Paraded Through Streets by Official in China
A 13-year-old girl was handcuffed and paraded through the street after accidentally spilling water onto an official car ...
May 28, 2013
China’s Sina Dominates Weibo by Faking Followers
Chinese online media company Sina says it has 500 million members on its Twitter-like platform called Weibo. But ...
February 23, 2013
Xi Jinping Fan Group Catches China’s Attention
A Chinese microblog dedicated to Communist Party leader Xi Jinping has gone viral.
February 8, 2013
Young Landlady With 11 Properties Raises Eyebrows on Chinese Internet
A reporter from Hong Kong has begun exposing a 21-year-old who is alleged to have 11 properties in ...
December 31, 2012
Chinese Regime Makes Known Plans to Crack Down on Internet
State-run media have publicized the Chinese Communist Party’s intent to punish free speech on the Internet.
December 23, 2012
Biden Speaks Out Against Abolition of ICE
Trump Hails Resignation of Bolivia’s President Evo Morales
Report Flags Issues With 24,000 Voter Registrations in Single Florida County
National Security Official Alexander Vindman Not Fired by Trump
Trump Can’t Sue New York in Washington Federal Court to Stop Release of Taxes: Judge
Jim McGovern Asks Trump to Speak Out After Police Shoot Hong Kong Protester
Hong Kong Leader Denounces Protesters’ Strike As ‘Violence’ And Defends Police Actions
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