Five veteran investors, analysts and journalists shared insights on China’s rapidly evolving technology landscape in a panel hosted by Tech Tech China on Aug 18.
Tencent shares with analysts its forecasts on the gaming industry, regulations, and its soon-to-launch ads business in video accounts.
A veteran supply chain manager writes about how partnership with Tencent benefitted hundreds of cotton dealers along the Yangtze River economic belt.
The decision to make chips was not a baseless one, nor a hasty one. We knew it from the beginning that Tencent’s demand was large enough for us to do this.
Without loud, rhythmic music or hosts frantically barking out low prices, the Oriental Selection channel on Douyin brings a bit of tranquility and culture.
Charitable-minded Chinese citizens coughed up a total of RMB 10 billion (USD 1.48 billion) in online donations in 2021, according to a senior Chinese government official.
On 18 May, Tencent reported its first quarter 2022 results, achieving revenue of 135.471 billion yuan, and net profit of 25.545 billion yuan, down 23% year-on-year.
China’s government started a sweeping crackdown on its most powerful tech companies a year ago and is planning to ease off the regulatory clampdown this month.
Many business operators still take the risk of damaging their reputation and the benefits of their investors and customers to make unethical profits.
Digital disruption and industry convergence are forcing companies to adapt to a completely new ecosystem.
Despite Meta deploying the metaverse in all directions, there is still a huge gap between these supporting technologies and the expected metaverse experience.
The future of autonomous driving faces a significant challenge in balancing technological pursuit and commercial growth.