The 2022 social media landscape in a nutshell: Facebook trying hard to be Instagram, Instagram trying hard to be TikTok, and TikTok trying hard to be BeReal.
China's leading microblogging site Weibo released its first Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report on August 2, mainly covering the information and data of the platform in 2021.
When the founders of XPeng and Li Auto, two famed Chinese EV startups within a trio that also includes NIO, were busy interacting with each other on social media during a marketing relay for their newest EV lineups, NIO's founder kept a low profile.
Chinese web users found on Monday that James Liang, the co-founder, former CEO and executive chairman of Trip.com Group Ltd., has been suspended on popular domestic social media site Weibo.
Recently, a Chinese man who resembled Tesla's founder Elon Musk caused heated discussion on major social platforms in China. His accounts, however, on Weibo and ByteDance’s Douyin, have been banned.
Weibo, China's leading microblogging platform, announced on Thursday that it will expand a function that displays users' IP location, which was first launched in March this year.
Many Xiaohongshu employees broke the news on domestic professional online networking platform that they had suddenly been informed of their nonnegotiable last day of work.
Inke Limited, a live-streaming platform in China, will soon launch NFT products abroad. The new products will be released on Open Sea, the world's largest NFT trading platform.
As worldwide curiosity heats up surrounding the metaverse, more and more attention is being drawn to China.
In view of the serious network chaos on social platform Douban, Cyberspace Administration of China instructed the Beijing Internet Office to send a team of moderators to the website on Tuesday to supervise the APP's overhaul.
Recently, some users of China's social media platform Douban said that the app embeds imperceptible watermarks in its pages.
Recently, employees of Chinese Twitter-like social media platform Weibo said on a domestic job information sharing platform that their company is laying off a significant number of employees and is even asking some to leave voluntarily.
The ski industry boom is real in China, but skiing is not always as glamorous as represented on social media. A significant proportion of China's skiers had their hands-on experience in semi-professional resorts often located in the outskirts of China's third-tier cities.
Tencent Holdings, China's biggest social media and video games company, on Tuesday said in a social media post that it had fired nearly 70 staff over bribery and embezzlement incidents.
While Douban's loyal holdouts still regard it as the digital bastion of China’s nonconformists and bohemians, others have given up on what they now see as just another mainstream social media platform, ridden with cheap content and a shallowed-out community spirit.