Fall is high time for Chinese tech giants to head overseas. Last month, Pinduoduo’s cross boarder ecommerce platform Temu and IfYooou entered the overseas market.
Guus Keder, a veteran Brussels-based investor and start-up founder, shared his insights on the future of China’s tech giants.
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.
Information shows China’s Xiaohongshu is the sole shareholder of a traveling company founded on July 11 with a registered capital of US$ 600,000.
The high-flying tech executive was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in 2019. He’s been devoting wealth and energy to finding a cure.
When the once revolutionary marketing model of “blind box“ becomes a cliché, can Pop Mart still claim top dollar from consumers?
During the 5.5 Discount Festival, merchants streaming live to sale accounted for 70% of Taobao’s overall turnover.
Leyin Innovation Technology (Qingdao) Co., Ltd announced the completion of a Series A financing round of nearly RMB 50 million.
WeChat has issued an announcement to further regulate and guide WeChat official accounts publishing information on foreign labour cooperation.
According to the website of the Hong Kong Companies Registry, ByteDance (Hong Kong) Limited has changed its name to Douyin Group (Hong Kong) Limited.
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has issued NIO a conditional eligibility-to-list (ETL) letter for its proposed secondary listing in Singapore.