Government officials are accused of feasting on pangolins, the most trafficked mammal on earth
Searches for 'Tsai Ing-wen' and 'Taiwan elections' on the Twitter-like Weibo network turn up this message: 'According to relevant laws, regulations and policies, the results for this search cannot be shown'
Britain's Prince William wins praise from Chinese Internet users after he visited an elephant reserve in the country and condemned illegal wildlife trafficking as 'a vicious form of criminality'
This new teaser shows glimpses of two phones, one believed to be the N3 and another that remains a mystery ahead of the October 29 launch
While a heavy-handed response threatens the city's reputation as a stable, world-class business hub, Beijing fears that unchecked protests could spill across the border and ignite discontent with one-party Communist rule
The Internet and e-commerce have been instrumental in achieving the 8.2% GDP growth rate registered by Zhejiang in 2013
Preliminary investigations show that the blast was caused by dust produced as workers polished metal meeting with high temperatures or an open flame
Proceeds of the Beijing-based firm's share sale were below target, reflecting investors' cautious mood
In picking the US to launch initial public offerings rather than their home market, Chinese technology companies Alibaba and Weibo are opting for maximum visibility and access to capital
The US firm said chief executive Dick Costolo 'is visiting China because he wants to learn more about the Chinese culture and the country's thriving technology sector'
As of December 2013, Weibo has 129.1 million monthly active users, and 61.4 million average daily active users
31 people died after two trucks collided, causing an explosion in a tunnel in China's Shanxi province on March 1, authorities noted on Thursday, March 13
The "web police" are employed by the government's propaganda arm, as well as by commercial sites, the Beijing News says
The court's verified weibo account was set up less than a week ago but has already accumulated more than 400,000 followers as people across China flocked online for updates
Apple said it would investigate claims of the iPhone electrocuting a Chinese woman who made a call while charging the phone
Chinese state media claim Apple treated its Chinese customers differently than in other countries in product service and warranties
Sina Weibo gets over 731,000 posts in the first minute of the Lunar New Year
A Chinese scholar sues the company behind Sina Weibo for closing his account with notification and keeping his money
A Weibo web manager and censor speaks up on the pressures of being a censor in China
Hollywood heartthrob Brad Pitt made in China with his first post on the Chinese version of Twitter, a cryptic message saying, "It's the truth. Yup, I'm coming."
China's new rules are making it possible for the accounts of bloggers and activists on Weibo to be shut down
Outrage flew over at Weibo, China's version of Twitter
Authorities in Beijing said they would begin to "strike" out at online critics of the government response to recent record flooding