On 25 April, the e-commerce section of Kuaishou, released a project to support up to 500 fast brands with over 23 billion internet traffic this year.
Tech Planet reported on Tuesday, 19 April that Zhihu, a leading online Q&A platform to be listed in Hong Kong, will lay off up to 70% of its employees.
Tesla’s most productive manufacturing plant in Shanghai reopened on 19 April with 8,000 employees returning to work after a three-week closure.
Data from Zhaopin.com showed that 88.1% of the post-00s generation are willing to, or are trying to, find flexible employment. Content creator is the emerging profession that the post-00s most want to engage in.
According to a report jointly released by New Oriental and iResearch on April 9, the number of people applying for the postgraduate exams in 2023 is likely to exceed 5.2 million.
WeChat’s “easy mode” now allows its users to click a text message to hear a voice reading, to improve the usability of WeChat for elders or those who are visually impaired.
Richard Liu would no longer serve as CEO of JD.com, and Xu Lei would take over the position. Liu, who owns a controlling stake with 77% of voting power, will continue to serve as the company’s chairman.
On April 4, Lei Jun, Xiaomi’s founder, asked netizens on Weibo which Xiaomi phone they preferred, ahead of the company’s 12th anniversary.
Huang Xin, former director of autonomous driving product of XPeng Automobile, joined NIO (a Chinese automobile manufacturer) as vice president.
All software developers and users must consider ahead of time how to keep the metaverse safe and avoid hackers, abuse, harassment and so on.
Ready-to-cook foods are increasingly popular in the Chinese market and local policies are changing to reflect the trend.
Recently, news of a layoff wave at Alibaba and Tencent landed on micro-blogging platform Weibo’s hot search list.