Despite all the trouble that JD CEO Liu Qiangdong got himself into last year, his company, although expected to come to naught (JD’s stock price fell by 40%), has prospered. Obviously, that does not refer to every aspect of every project, but overall figures present an impressive achievement. With a yearly operating income of 462 billion yuan, JD made it to the very apex of the Internet and technology section of the Chinese Fortune 500 list.
Tencent has decided to step in and save the beloved Wall by doing what it does best–building another mobile game – Repair the Wall.
China in all respects is a game streaming Eden. With a vast population and prodigious strides in tech, it will hardly run out of young virtual reality pundits willing to show off their gaming skills online in the near future.
Two decades after the premiere of the original Mulan, Disney released the first teaser-trailer for its live-action reproduction of the iconic cartoon.
Tencent, the company behind WeChat, China’s biggest social network, and India’s leading mobile payment service company Paytm are planning to invest over $100 million in Indian video and audio streaming platform MX Player.
Stranger Things came at a time when Netflix was in desperate need of a new subscriber injection and was preparing to hand the syringe to China regardless of the costs, but the popularity of the show suddenly solved the pressing issue.
Not only do the Chinese hold QR codes dear to their hearts, but they are also pretty successful at convincing the rest of the world that their new-found love is not just a one-time fling. It’s meaningful, reasonable and is going to last.
Qualcomm announced during its Computex press conference today that it will launch the first Snapdragon-powered 5G PC with Lenovo.
Huawei, the embattled Chinese telecoms equipment giant, might be on the verge of falling off with yet another American company.
Electric car maker NIO found itself in a real hassle when Megatronix, a newly-founded electric car software company, started poaching its employees.
China is all over the news, it’s omnipresent and inescapable. Chances are you’ve seen at least one piece contemplating its boiling economy just in the past hour, and there are more to come no matter what your local radio-station is saying.
Just over a month ago news surfaced that TikTok’s music licenses were expiring, which could put the company in a complicated situation.
On Monday, The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a warning notice to US firms, expressing concerns over Chinese-made drones possibly posing risks to their company data.
Luckin Coffee, the company that is mainly known in the West for giving Starbucks a really hard time in China, is more than just another gastronomic novelty, it’s a phenomenon that reveals a lot about the changing nature of Chinese consumption.
In recent research conducted by a marketing and communications group WPP and consulting firm Kantar, Alibaba was named the most valuable non-US retail brand in the world.