“The degenerate behavior of women is what’s causing China’s degeneracy.”
“On November 12, Stan Lee, father of the Marvel universe has passed away.” It took me a while to digest this piece of information as I had just seen him in the newly launched marvel film Venom. I was just wondering when Stan Lee would show up this time, as he walked past Tom Hardy,…
On Nov. 15, Mobike announced that it has struck a partnership with Louis Vuitton, the French luxury brand, in launching location-based services.
On Nov. 16, Alipay, the mobile and online payment platform Ant Financial, teamed up with NUS Enterprise, the entrepreneurial arm of the National University of Singapore, to launch a new initiative aimed to support digital technology innovation throughout Southeast Asia.
“Hey, help me choose a color for this down jacket,” a friend texted me around midnight on the magical day of November 11, the carnival of e-commerce and Single’s Day, when the internet on Taobao experienced a massive server failure due to the tens of millions of connections.
Imagine this: After a long walk on Robertson Road, you’re dying to find something to satisfy that sweet tooth of yours. What better choice is there than to drop in and take a break at the patisserie Lady M, the Louis Vuitton of Cakes?
Union of European Football Association (UEFA) and Alipay announced in Shanghai their global partnerships on Nov. 9, for all UEFA national team football competitions from 2018 to 2026, including UEFA Euro 2020 and Euro 2024.
For the first time in ten years, Lenovo Holdings’ mobile business has achieved profit, mainly because its mobile business has withdrawn from 70 to 80 markets overseas.
Glenn D.Fogel, CEO of Booking Holdings, a leader in online accommodations and travel e-commerce, came to China on Nov. 7 for the fifth World Internet Conference, also known as the Wuzhen Summit.
Xiaomi held a launch event in London on Nov. 8 local time, marking its next step in the European market. Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi 8 Pro and Redmi 6A are expected to be launched in U.K.
On the evening of Oct. 30, wuxia writer Jin Yong passed away at 94. The New Yorker made a fair remark: “Of course, there were other wuxia writers, and there was kung-fu fiction before Jin Yong. Just as there was folk music before Bob Dylan.”
These days, the Chinese are getting ever more superstitious, what with all the unique customs, habits, and efforts spent on reeling in good luck. Recently, a firey craze over koi (more specifically nishikigoi, a Japanese term for carp), a symbol of good luck in Chinese culture, has swarmed the Internet.
On Oct. 31, Alibaba Group and the government of Rwanda signed three Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) in Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda. Alibaba plans to establish an electronic world trade platform (eWTP) hub in Rwanda.
Recently on Chinese social media, people from all walks of life posted pictures of themselves “accidentally falling down” next to their most valuable possessions as to show off their wealth. What people chose to flaunt are far beyond your imagination.
Baidu announced today at its annual flagship technology conference, Baidu World, the volume production plans of China’s first Level 4 (L4) Hongqi autonomous vehicles, in collaboration with automobile manufacturers, as well as its smart transportation solutions.