Accused of pretty serious corruption, China Unicom has promised reforms. But this could be the tip of the iceberg for China's state-run telecoms.
You wouldn't think that a website dedicated to streaming cartoons would be a likely place for sedition and law-breaking. But apparently in China, it can be.
A new report from China Labor Watch seems to confirm that Samsung supplier HEG did employ several underage laborers this year, as well as numerous student workers.
If you’re an internet cafe owner in China, you’ve probably had a rough couple of years. As more and more of China’s adults get connected via their smartphones and personal PCs, interest in internet ca...
If you're just starting a website in China and looking for investors or advertisers, you may need to buy web traffic just to keep up with competitors.
At least in terms of the online scams that get reported officially, it turns out that video games are one of the biggest sources of online scams in China.
A Chinese LoL player went full Dr. Mundo on his friend after the two got into an argument about who was playing poorly.
Just before police raided Kuaibo’s offices in April, the CEO of the company that makes the notorious QVOD streaming video app fled the country.
You won't believe what this game-addicted Chinese mother did to her daughter for disconnecting the computer's power accidentally.
Has lag in games ever made you angry? It made one Chinese youth so angry that it sparked a fight leading to the deaths of two 16-year-old boys.
What do you do when you want to game but don't have the scratch? This one Chinese college grad took to scaling skyscrapers to steal from the apartments inside!
A Ningbo car rental kiosk system has been compromised by some Chinese students, who've been using one of the kiosks to play games.
Buying all the in-game items you want can get expensive, but very few parents would do what this Chinese couple did: sell their children to fund their gaming habit.
South Korea's Chosun Ilbo reports this horrifying story about a terrible, terrible father in South Korea.
The death of a girl at a Chinese web addiction rehab center several months ago led to an investigation of related incidents, and the results are deeply disturbing.
In games, we kill enemies and try to save the world every day. But what happens when a delusional gamer tries to do that in real life?
A student with serious clinical depression attacked some people in an attempt to get police to shoot him. Naturally, the media is blaming video games.
An eleven-year-old-boy is missing after his mother tried everything, including locking him in the house with chains, to get him to quit online gaming.