China's internet giant Baidu announced yesterday the spinoff of its global business unit.
Xiaomi's official Weibo account recently revealed that the company will hold its next major product launch in Shenzhen, and its configuration and pricing information is now released in detail.
Didi Chuxing resumed its Hitch service on May 19, two weeks after the tragic murder of a 21-year-old female passenger in a night hitch ride.
Haidilao International Holding Ltd., one of China’s most popular hot pot chains, submitted its prospectus to Hong Kong Stock Exchange on May 17.
Welcome to this week's newsletter. This week, we have some unexpected news to share with you including a murder case, a blockbuster and a tweet from Trump.
After a flight attendant was allegedly killed by a DiDi Hitch driver during a night ride, the ride-hailing platform Didi Chuxing published safety enhancement plans on May 16, stating that it will bear all relevant responsibilities regarding safety incidents including traffic accidents and criminal cases going forward.
On the evening of May 15, diehard fans of Smartisan and Luo Yonghao, the CEO of Smartisan gathered at the Beijing National Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest, for one sensational launch of Smartisan products.
Tesla Inc. registered a new car firm in Shanghai with 100 million RMB from the solo shareholder of TESLA MOTORS HK LIMITED, the Tencent Auto reported.
On May 13, Trump tweeted to lift the ban on ZET that suspended its major business after being stopped from using the components made in the US.
The Marvel movie "Avengers: Infinity War", also known as Avengers 3 in China, has attracted huge amounts of attention since its release in China on May 11. According to the website of China Box Office, as of May 13, the film grossed 1.29 billion yuan (over $203.5 million) during its opening three days of release.
On the evening of May 5th, a 21-year-old flight attendant named Li Mingzhu from Lucky Air, a Chinese low-cost carrier, was killed after she booked a ride via DiDi-Chuxing as she left the airport for a train station in Zhengzhou on Saturday night. The feature she used on DiDi is called “hitch”, an exclusively Chinese…
Welcome to this week's newsletter. This week, we have two feature stories about Kai-Fu Lee and an Indian entrepreneur, some latest market analysis and several upcoming releases.
Bike-sharing certainly does not only apply to China. Many Indian companies are now exploring this new business model, with some key similarities and differences between the established Chinese firms such as Ofo and Mobike. Yulu is an Indian bike-sharing startup launched about 3 months ago.
Welcome to this week's newsletter. In the past week, we have witnessed Xiaomi's IPO, several new releases and some exciting collaborations among giants.
Welcome to our weekly newsletter. This week, Chinese giants Xiaomi and JD.com are making further moves for global expansion, while some tech firms in China are showing interest for social undertakings.