Due to the impacts of a frenzied expansion of colleges and universities on Chinese higher education, there has been a gap between scale expansion and education quality improvement. Therefore, increasing attentions have been focused on personal knowledge management (PKM) and its applications in improving college students’ learning performance. This study collects the primary data through a sampling technique, aiming to examine how Chinese college students use Web 2.0 technologies for PKM. The author did a preliminary analysis on the survey data and summarized the current situation and deficiencies of college students’ practice on PKM with Web 2.0 technologies. The best practices and the lessons are discussed, and several future research directions are outlined.