Recent weeks have seen soaring COVID-19 cases across China, pushing many people to various domestic health platforms in an attempt to purchase coveted antiviral medication and fever-reduction pills.
Musk's dream of turning Twitter into a 'super-app' like China's WeChat will be an uphill battle.
The role-playing murder mystery games have been popular in China recently, and businesses providing such games and other "escape" activities are now a favorite among urban young people.
The death of a golden retriever named Siri was trending top on Chinese social media for days, arousing public concerns over pet-related services once again.
According to data made available by Canalys on June 23, the expenditure on cloud infrastructure services in the Chinese market grew by 55% in the first quarter of 2021, reaching $6 billion.
China’s second-largest short video app Kuaishou is investing extensively in Brazil and Southeast Asia to expand its overseas market, aiming to increase its share amid competition with TikTok.
Premium bubble tea chain Nayuki Holdings passed a hearing for its initial public offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, becoming the first publicly-listed Chinese high-end beverage brand.
After 12 years of research on intelligent storage and global cloud network technology, Alibaba Cloud officially launched its first personal cloud product.
Leading bottled beverage brand Genki Forest has become the biggest shareholder of Never Coffee, now representing 51% ownership in the specialty coffee and e-commerce platform.
Trending milk tea chain Chayan Yuese (茶颜悦色) has fallen under harsh criticism recently in response to its use of sexist jokes in advertising campaigns.
According to PDD, total sales volume has surged 81% year-on-year. For Generation-Z and millennial users, fitness kits, pet wear, and books came to the top on the holiday best-selling list.