One day after TRON CEO Justin Sun’s account on Weibo was shut down on December 12, his newly opened account named Teacher Justin Sun was blocked again.
Mafengwo is rumored on Maimai, China’s LinkedIn, that it will lay off 40% of employees with severance pay amounting to two months’ pay per year of service.
Bilibili, a Chinese video sharing platform, has confirmed on December 6 that the company has reached a strategic partnership agreement with the world’s famous PC game League of Legends.
Shen Peng, founder and CEO of Shuidichou, a Chinese medical treatment crowdfunding platform, apologized on Weibo for the company’s aggressive tactics to promote its services in hospitals.
BYTON has signed an agreement with Marubeni Corporation on December 5, making the Japanese company an investor in BYTON’s ongoing Series C funding.
The Chinese commercial drone developer EHang Holdings announced its terms for the US IPO on December 5.
On November 29, Chinese online education company VIPKid denied the rumors on WeChat saying the company is going bankrupt.
Meituan Dianping selected over 4,700 stores from 31 cities in 19 countries and included them in two lists titled “2019 Reputable Restaurants” and “2019 Popular Brands”.
Chinese smartphone brand OPPO has teased images of its upcoming Reno 3 5G, which is set to launch in December.
Huawei released its white paper on autonomous driving based on its core 5G network to advance the development and integration of 5G in the field of self-driving technology.
Didi Chuxing, China’s Uber-like ride-sharing service provider, has once again plunged itself into a gender-related crisis.
LandSpace conducted a long-range trial of the variable thrust on its liquid oxygen methane engine TQ-12, which can be used for the recovery of reusable rockets, on October 26.
Chinese tech entrepreneurs are holding most of the country’s wealth, as a large number of the names on Hurun China Rich List 2019 are CEOs of tech giants.
Apple CEO Tim Cook sent an email to employees on October 10, defending the company’s decision to remove HKmap.live from the App Store used by Hong Kong protesters to coordinate protests.
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd. is willing to license its 5G technology to an American company, said Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei in a talk with Fortune reporters on September 19.