We interviewed some Americans living in Beijing to get their opinion on the current U.S.-China trade war. Living in China gives them a unique perspective on the matter as they have first-hand experience with the political climate in both countries. Their responses varied, but there was common desire to see the dispute be resolved as soon as possible, as everyone acknowledged the economic damaged cause to both sides.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced yesterday on his personal blog his vision for the future of AIoT and smart home technology in the Xiaomi ecosystem.
The 15 Chinese brands included in BrandZ’s Top 100 Most Valuable include: Alibaba, Tencent, China Mobile, CBC, Moutai, Huawei, etc.
Caijing’s Late Post reported that ByteDance, the world’s most valuable startup, is looking to begin developing mobile games.
Bloomberg has reported that Alibaba will choose China International Capital Corp. and Credit Suisse Group AG to lead the share sale for their Hong Kong offering.
Almost three years after Didi emerged triumphant in the war for the Chinese market, the two ride-hailing companies have again clashed over emerging markets like Latin America. As Uber and Didi are at different stages in their development, with different strategies, the key question is: what’s next in the race for global mobility domination?
Due to the time difference, Champions League matches are often played at 3 am on weeknights, testing the resolve of even the most fervent supporters. Thankfully for fans in China, the UCL Final between Liverpool and Tottenham in Madrid was early on Sunday morning, sparing millions of fans an exhausting day at work.
The U.S. blacklisting of Huawei has spurred the Chinese firm to develop its own components, while the threat of imposing rare-earth embargoes on the U.S. has initiated an interest in greater domestic production or alternative suppliers.
During the recent March Quarter 2019 earnings conference call, Alibaba’s Vice Executive Chairman Joe Tsai began by “addressing the elephant in the room”, which is the current US-China trade war.
Hao Wu’s compelling documentary, “People’s Republic of Desire”, is a riveting journey through the multi-faceted components of China’s rapidly expanding live streaming scene. It provides a comprehensive exploration of the various players that drive China’s burgeoning live streaming industry.
In less than a decade, the Chinese Super League has garnered the attention of the footballing world, and vaulted itself onto the worldwide stage by securing some of the most high-profile transfers in recent seasons.