Bilibili has started producing its first original rap show this week in Wuxi, Jiangsu province. The ten-part show is scheduled to release later this summer.
China’s largest online travel firm Ctrip.com is considering a delisting from Nasdaq due to the impact of COVID-19 and rising US-China tensions.
Shares of China’s second biggest search giant Sogou have jumped 43.5% after the company announced shareholder Tencent has offered a non-binding proposal.
Taiwanese superstar Jay Chou did his first live stream on Sunday night where he obtained 20 million yuan ($2.85 million) in 30 minutes.
China launched its first solo mission to Mars called Tianwen-1 on Thursday, one day after it unveiled full-size models of its lander and rover.
Tencent Holdings-backed Missfresh has completed a new round of financing worth $495 million, LatePost reported, the biggest fundraising that a Chinese grocery start-up has ever received.
China’s first Mars exploration mission Tianwen-1 revealed full-size models of its lander and rover on Wednesday.
OnePlus announced its new midrange smartphone Nord, which means “North” in several European languages, with an AR event on Tuesday.
Yum China Holdings Inc. announced Monday it will be the official retail food services sponsor for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
China’s largest ride-hailing giant DiDi Chuxing is said to be considering an initial public offering in Hong Kong by the end of this year.
Shares of China’s biggest contract chipmaker SMIC soared by 245.96% to 95 yuan ($13.59) on its first day of trade in Shanghai.
Xiaomi on Wednesday announced five new lifestyle products including a fitness band, electric scooter, TV stick, curved gaming monitor and wireless earphones.
The US announced visa restrictions on employees of Chinese technology firms including Huawei, a day after the UK banned Huawei from its 5G network.
Shares of mobile game developer Archosaur Games, Tencent-backed company, rose 55% to HK$18 ($2.32) per share after its Hong Kong IPO on Wednesday.
Mobile network operators won’t be allowed to purchase Huawei equipment after December 2020. Any existing Huawei gear has to be removed by 2027.