Fruit-themed WeChat game Merging Watermelon went viral over the weekend and is still trending on microblogging platform Weibo.
Live Action Role Playing (LARP) games, or Jubensha (translated to “Script Murder”) is a huge hit among younger generations.
Surrogacy has sparked an unprecedented uproar on the Internet in China in the past week.
As one of the largest manufacturers of Christmas accessories sold in the US, roughly 80%, China has mixed feelings towards Christmas and many other Western holidays.
2020 marked a special year for women in the Chinese entertainment industry. With trending female talent shows, the discussion about representation and inclusion of diverse female figures is finally coming to light.
Hinichijou cafe, a business which recently opened for a trial operation on Nov. 15, has adopted this new way of non-interactive purchases.
A new, pretentious form of bragging is stirring up controversies among Chinese internet users, as some publish stories that may look like complaints, but often are just thinly-veiled ways to show off.
Chinese suspense series “The Bad Kids“ won two prizes at the Asia Contents Awards unit of the 25th Busan International Film Festival.
Featuring the past achievements of the Chinese women’s volleyball team, the Chinese movie Leap was released on Sept. 25, about one week before China’s National Day holiday.
Chinese TV show ‘Heroes in Harm’s Way’ received harsh criticisms from viewers, who are claiming the content is sexist, and has a discrimination against women.
Featured as one of Disney’s most promising movies for 2020, Mulan has been a disappointment following the movie’s poor performance in both western countries and China.
Tsinghua University has become the first Asian university to break into the top 20 list since the current methodology was launched in 2011, the latest Times Higher Education list showed.
Maoyan Research Institute on Sept. 1 released a report summarizing the first stage of cinemas reopening, which lasted for 43 days, revealing a revived movie market in China.
China's Ministry of Education Monday issued an interim regulation on the naming of higher education institutions.
Rather than keeping all these collections in the museum and being snubbed by modern civilization, the Palace Museum has taken many innovative actions to let the collections fit in people's daily lives.