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.
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.
Police uncovered 2,700 websites involved in empty package schemes that are used for money laundering.
Disney bets on a star cast and a beloved ancient tale to win the hearts of film-goers in the world’s second largest film market.
The highly-acclaimed science fiction trilogy is coming to Netflix, but some Chinese readers of the original books fear the show will be Westernised.
Deregulation in 2014 brought sports to streaming services, permanently changing the industry.
Researchers from the University of Toronto catalogued censored keywords from January to May, including some related to missing tycoon Ren Zhiqiang and unfounded allegations against a Wuhan laboratory.
New guidelines could improve visual effects and copyright protection, but experts remain sceptical about government-led sci-fi.
India demands all consumer drones to make special firmware changes, but DJI says it has no plans to comply.
An exhaustive report from advocacy group PEN America examines how China’s economic clout affects Hollywood decision making.
Some YouTubers are becoming popular in China, but censorship means stars can lose their accounts at any moment.
The defendants are accused of message bombing, unwanted robocalls and revealing personal information of hundreds of victims.
A new rule pits officials and supporters against critics who fear the move paves way for increased surveillance.