Her new music video has sparked a racially charged conversation on Sina Weibo.
Students are fretting about the dreaded, multi-day gao kao, even if it won't secure them employment.
Instead, web users are discussing the Canadian porn actor who dismembered a Chinese student.
After North Koreans held 29 Chinese fishermen hostage, web users in Chine are calling for their country to take action against the long-time ally.
A prominent Chinese TV host gets a little xenophobic.
More diplomatic problems over control of the waters surrounding the People's Republic.
The country declared China's ban on Vietnamese fishing vessels in disputed parts of the South China Sea "invalid."
Beijing police promise to crack down on crime by foreigners in the capital city.
Some Chinese micro-bloggers are demanding a crackdown on foreign criminal activity in China.
An American feeds an elderly homeless woman in Nanjing some fries and water, sparking a debate over charity
The trial against a broadcaster who aired Marjane Satrapi's 'Persepolis' provides a test case for arts freedoms after the Arab Spring.
Weibo reports disciplinary action to halt the spread of rumors "causing social unrest" on the social media service.
The highest grossing film in Chinese history makes a comeback.
A New York Times infographic suggested Tim Cook pulled in $378 million in 2011.
A Smithsonian exhibition of ancient Iranian objects offers a different perspective on the country than Westerners normally see.
Chinese teachers' salaries are lower than in many other countries, according to a recent U.S. survey.
Cherries in one part of the country are now more expensive than pork, a leading economic indicator.
Race car driver and author Han Han says the recent censorship of Weibo comments isn't about rumor-spreading as much as Beijing showing muscle.
China remembers Leslie Cheung, an actor and the founding father of Cantopop.
While Tunisia's Islamist party tries to downplay the role of Islamic finance, Hong Kong welcomes it with open arms. Why?