China's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) published 28 administrative penalties on July 10 for failing to declare illegal concentration of business operators.
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.
Beijing-based social media platform Weibo became the sixth Chinese company to be added to a delisting watchlist by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Wednesday.
Popular Chinese microblogging platform Weibo released its financial results for the fourth quarter and whole year of 2021 on Thursday.
In response to a video saying that Li Auto's vehicle contains mercury, the company responded that they did not use toxic mercury in any production phase.
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.
Zhang Guowei, one of the most promising high jumpers in the country, made it into media spotlights just two months after his retirement. He now has a more prosperous business to run – his social media.
There are only so many things a couple can do when stranded in an apartment for an indefinite amount of time
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Leaked photos on Chinese social media Weibo show Tesla Model 3 bodies going down the production line.
Just as followers begin to download Weibo’s new app Oasis, the app’s logo has apparently been plagiarized.
SINA Corporation, the company backing China’s popular microblogging service Weibo, reported its second quarter earnings results. Net revenue for the quarter was $533.1 million, beating expectations by $10.9 million despite a decline of 1% compared to the same period last year.
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There are 113 winners, out of which 112 are female Weibo users. Was it sheer luck? Or is there something fishy about Weibo’s raffle system?