Trip.com Group, on Oct. 28 held the “LIVE for Trip” campaign as a part of its “Travel On” initiative from Oct. 10, aiming to boost the recovery of the global travel industry.
NYSE-listed Chinese education giant New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. on Oct. 28 announced to launch its public offering in Hong Kong.
Ant Group is set to raise about $34 billion as shares are planning to trade in both Hong Kong and Shanghai next month, marking the most massive IPO in the world.
Baidu has almost completed negotiations to buy JOYY’s operations in China, according to business digital media Jiemian. The deal excludes JOYY’s overseas business, which is said to continue running independently.
ByteDance is considering listing its viral video-sharing unit Douyin in Hong Kong and people familiar with the matter said that investors including Goldman Sachs have communicated with ByteDance on the underwriting issues.
Chinese augmented reality technology company Rokid provided AR glasses for limited seating at the 2020 League of Legends World Championship tournaments.
Ant Group on Oct. 21 received approval from the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) for its Shanghai IPO.
Vegetable protein beverage brand oatoat has completed a Pre-A round of financing worth tens of millions of yuan, exclusively invested by IMO Ventures, according to 36Kr.
Hurun Research Institute on Oct. 20 released the Hurun China Rich List 2020, revealing the ranking of the richest Chinese individuals this year.
Leading Chinese ride-hailing platform Didi Chuxing was said to seek filing for an initial public offering in Hong Kong with a target valuation of $60 billion, Reuters reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Chinese online InsurTech company Waterdrop Inc. is planning for an initial public offering in the US in the first quarter of 2021, expected to raise approximately $500 million.
Chinese car-sharing provider GoFun recently completed its Series B financing with several investors amounting to hundreds of millions of RMB.
Smartisan founder Yonghao Luo announced his cooperation with Chinese used-goods trading platform Zhuanzhuan on Oct. 14 12:00 p.m. Beijing local time, declaring to serve as the promotion ambassador of Zhuanzhuan App.
Report from KPMG and Aliresearch predicts the market scale of e-commerce livestreaming will reach 1.05 trillion yuan in 2020 with a massive growth from 438.8 billion yuan last year.
NYSE-listed video game livestreaming platform Huya Inc. announced on Oct. 12 to buy DouYu International Holdings Ltd., which is expected to delist from the Nasdaq, creating a $10 billion livestream mammoth.