As TikTok seizes more territory around the world, its archrival Kuashou that so far hasn’t been as successful internationally is ramping up efforts to narrow the gap with its competitor.
With continuous increase in its net revenue, on-demand delivery firm Dada Group launched its IPO process on Nasdaq, hoping to expand.
Jay Chou launched his first official account on a Chinese social media platform, Kuaishou, and his decision surprised netizens.
Kuaishou, China's second-largest short-video startup, marched to the US market during the COVID-19 pandemic with its new app "Zynn".
Within the course of the past week, several prominent Chinese companies made fundraising announcements.
Chinese smartphone-maker OPPO made its decision to continuously invest European market.
The suggestion mainly revolves around enforcing the use of the health tracking app introduced in the city several months ago even after the pandemic is over.
Redmi presented the Redmi 10X, its latest handset equipped with a MediaTek Dimensity 820 processor specially fitted.
Meituan Dianping's revenue in the first quarter was 16.75 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 12.6%.
JD.com, which plans to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on June 18, is reported to have scheduled a listing hearing on Thursday, May 28.
Tesla is currently building the second phase of its Shanghai plant, which seems to be in the roof laying stage.
Chinese are the largest tourist demographic on earth, and as China and many other countries keep their borders closed, companies servicing this massive body of travelers are experiencing enormous losses.
This past week saw Keep, China’s answer to Nike’s Training Club, officially become the first unicorn in the world of fitness tech.
After the release of its Q1 financial report on May 15, JD.com accelerated its preparations for a secondary listing in Hong Kong.
On May 20, Tesla’s Global Vice President Grace Tao said the Tesla Shanghai super factory will begin mass production of the Model Y in the first quarter of 2021.