The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) joined Tsinghua University to support the inaugural International AI Cooperation and Governance Forum which kicked off on Dec. 19.
Three VC wins last week included DNA test company Genebox bagging a Series A+ round; semiconductor design firm X-Epic raising over $30 million; and EV brand Nezha netting $305.5 million first Series C tranche.
This week’s VC landscape has been dominated by smaller players with the biggest round raised barely reaching $122 million.
This week two prominent Chinese online education players received considerable capital injections, while crowdfunding platform Waterdrop and China’s “Uber for trucks” Manbang also received significant investment.
Months after Xiaomi launched its Redmi Note 9 series overseas, the budget-friendly smartphone is now available to Chinese users.
Huawei CEO’s speech at Honor’s farewell party was made public on Thursday.
Last week saw two prominent Chinese VC funds – Future Capital and Qiming Venture Partners – raise new US dollar funds.
Leading K12 online education platform Zuoyebang was awarded by the World Economic Forum an Honorable Mention for Excellence in Digital Disruption for its first annual New Champion Awards 2020 at the World Economic Forum’s inaugural Pioneers of Change Summit.
OPPO announced Wednesday the official release of its Full-Path Color Management System.
Leading Chinese smartphone company OPPO on Tuesday kicked off its annual technology convention OPPO INNO DAY themed “Leap into the Future” in Shenzhen
Last week saw a fundraising announcement from the Singapore-based Chinese language learning platform LingoAce. Guangzhou-headquartered agricultural drone maker Jifei Technology raised a record $182 million.
After hosting the League of Legends World Championship, Shanghai welcomed another large-scale esports live event last weekend, the Peacekeeper Elite Championship (PEC) at the Shanghai Oriental Sports Center.
AI startup Emotibot raises 200 million Series C round.
Gracell Biotechnologies raises $100 million in Series C round.
Chinese esports ‘total solutions provider’ VSPN (Versus Programming Network) has raised close to $100 million in its latest Series B round of financing.