China’s Twitter-esque Weibo now has 212 million monthly active users (MAUs), the company said today in its Q2 2015 earnings report.
Are you willing to connect a social media account in order to get free wifi? This startup is hoping you're cool with that.
China's newest meme: snap a photo of yourself while reaching behind your back and around your waist so that your hand covers your belly button.
When Western media talk about the Internet in China, most talk about its repressive feature and the indiscriminate, often unpredictable censorship by the Chines...
New Weibo 'radar' feature just gave me a coupon for McDonalds. Apart from that, it's not very useful.
Weibo, China’s Twitter-esque social network, has invested US$142 million into China’s biggest taxi app startup.
Weibo hit 89 million daily active users in March, up 34 percent from the same time last year.
The Apple CEO has drawn in over 100,000 followers in 30 minutes on Chinese social media.
Quote Tweet might make Twitter's bite-sized info bits a little chunkier.
Weibo, China’s Twitter-like social network, continues to grow – albeit slowly. Weibo ended 2014 with 175.7 million monthly active users (MAUs).
WeChat, Weibo ordered to crack down on viral pollution film ‘Under the Dome,’ but discussion continues
After Chai Jing's pollution documentary went viral in China, authorities have ordered discussion of it be censored, but as usual, that hasn't stopped China's we...
Techweb reports Sina removed 5,500 "misleading" accounts, while Tencent purged nearly 26,000 from QQ, WeChat, and Tencent Weibo.
It's officially the year of the sheep, and as usual, Sina Weibo exploded on the eve of the holiday.
China’s state TV extravaganza for Chinese New Year’s Eve is getting a social media twist this year – and also a pile of cash.
This year, Tencent announced plans to unleash 500 million red envelopes full of cash and another 3 billion virtual coupons to WeChat users over a 10-day period.
A photo of a woman sitting in front of what appear to be dozens of iPhone 5Cs has gone viral in China. Her job: download, install, uninstall, repeat.
Chinese internet authorities have embarked on yet another campaign to force netizens to register online accounts using their real names.
Advertisements are now live in your WeChat feed, and among the first to take a bite out of the WeChat ad apple are BMW and Coca-Cola.