Here’s this week’s roundup of China tech stories.
It seems like the more fame you have, the more likely you are to become victim to cyber bullying. Famous Chinese singer Kris Wu, former member of the Asian boy band EXO and judge of the hit show “the Rap of China”, was recently caught up in a round of online battles with a group of sport app users. His new song “Skr” marks his ingenious way of dealing with haters.
At the annual 2018 Overseas Talent Entrepreneurship Conference (OTEC), a Beijing team won the global championship, receiving a service package worth one million yuan ($160,000).
Chinese entrepreneurs like Jack Ma have always put high emphasis on encouraging young people to start their own businesses. With the launch of Africa Netpreneur Prize, 10 selected young African entrepreneurs will be granted $10 million of entrepreneurship fund every year in the next decade.
As we know, Elon Musk is busy taking Tesla private while EV startup NIO has filed for an IPO in the United States. If competitor Tesla leaves the U.S. stock market, will NIO be able to win over the investors?
China’s largest international startup business competition, the 2018 Overseas Talent Entrepreneurship Conference came to a close on August 10. Six Nobel Prize winners also attended the innovation summit.
The Africa Netpreneur Prize, funded by the Jack Ma Foundation, was launched at the “Netpreneurs: The Rise of Africa’s Digital Lions” conference in Johannesburg, South Africa.
With great increases in the number of blockchain enterprises and diversified applications, the blockchain ecosystem in China is gradually taking shape.
OPPO’s new R17 series, equipped with the Snapdragon 670 mobile platform, is soon to be released.