Young romance seekers in China flock to a new breed of dating services designed to fill the gaps left by existing apps like Tinder and Grindr.
Online personalities from rural China, like viral Tibetan star Dingzhen, are drawing huge followings as Chinese authorities seek to boost rural economies.
After the usual waterfront fireworks display was cancelled, Hong Kong’s TVB viewers will be watching a New Year’s Eve event from mainland video streamer Bilibili, known for catering to China’s younger generation.
The annual Baidu Buzz List shows people searched for new terms like ‘flexible work’, ‘cloud supervisors’ and ‘715’, revealing changes to work and everyday life in China amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
With an all-Asian cast, Netflix’s new animated film is being applauded for its handling of Chinese culture, but it has failed to attract a wide audience.
Video streaming platform iQiyi is trying to connect with younger users by letting virtual avatars compete in front of human judges on the show Dimension Nova.
Researchers look at residents in Beijing to study smartphone addiction, often defined as stressful phone use that leads to anxiety and depression.
Kung Fu Mulan was pulled from cinemas within three days after opening on Saturday to terrible reviews and poor turnout.
After 10,000 Tencent employees reportedly got Huawei’s new foldable Mate Xs smartphone, additional listings started showing up online.
China is on track to have packaging waste as heavy as more than 400 aircraft carriers by 2025.
Didi says there’s less than a 60 per cent chance of successfully hailing a taxi the day before China’s week-long national holiday.
Sex education remains taboo in Chinese schools despite efforts from educators and publishers.
This is the first time that Facebook has taken down Chinese-based accounts for foreign interference and engagement in US politics.
China’s rural residents under 18 years old are less likely to have used smartwatches, voice assistants and computers to get online, new study says.
Mulan was downloaded hundreds of thousands of times ahead of its theatrical debut, mirroring rampant piracy of the animated version in 1999.
The Alibaba founder is famed for his flamboyant performances and love for the stage.
Douban is known for its community of liberal bookworms and film fanatics, but censorship is common on China’s internet platforms.