Newsletter: Long Commutes-a Slow Poison for Modern Relationship

Here are the hot trending topics in China last week:

Editor’s Pick


The Girl Who Lived in a Yurt and Became an Entrepreneur

Erica was an editor, this is the story of how she refused to accept what life’s thrown at her, and decided to get whatever she wants instead.

Long Commutes: a Slow Poison for Modern Relationship

Long commutes were like a chronical disease, like diabetes or tuberculosis. It won’t kill you, but it torments your body and soul in an erosive way, slowly and steadily.


How A Film Changed My Life Forever

A story about how a Shanghai-based bike designer decided to pursue his dream, all because of one film.

Market Briefings

Hangzhou Internet Court Announces the Use of Blockchain Technology in Court Proceedings

OnePlus and Google Release Crackables, a Series of Crypto-Challenge Games

Ant Financial CEO Presents Company’s New Development Strategy


Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun Announces First Post-IPO Structural Adjustment

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau Announces Entry into Smart TV Market with OnePlus TV

Facebook Releases List of Top 50 Chinese Brands with Great Global Influences


2018 World Artificial Intelligence Conference

China’s Top Tech Entrepreneurs Gather at the 2018 World Artificial Intelligence Conference

Third Taobao Maker Festival Kick off in West Lake Area in Hangzhou

New Releases

ASUS Announces the Most Powerful ROG Gaming Smartphone Starting Around $900

China Reacts to the New iPhones


In Ep. 22 of TechBuzz China, Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma talk about electric carmaker NIO, which went public on September 12 on the NYSE. This episode covers how NIO got started, its purported business model, and how it differs from its competition.