Temu sprang onto the US e-commerce scene with a bold claim that it can deliver quality products at affordable prices for just about any budget. Yes, that’s right - "quality" and "affordability" in the same sentence.
The 2022 social media landscape in a nutshell: Facebook trying hard to be Instagram, Instagram trying hard to be TikTok, and TikTok trying hard to be BeReal.
In the world of ICT, silos and protectionism held sway for much of the 20th century. Things changed in the 1970s when market liberalization and internet-based technology launched a new era of openness and competition that fueled growth and benefited millions of people.
Chinese blockchain entrepreneur Justin Sun has announced that he successfully auctioned off a complete set of NFT works featuring the heads of the twelve animals for a price of almost $1.50 million from MetapolyXM.
There is a remark widely used for differentiating Web1, Web2, and Web3: Web1 is read, Web2 is read and write, and Web3 is read, write and own.
If I had to pick the hottest Web3 project these days, STEPN is the one. Basically, STEPN is a Web3 app that allows people to earn virtual money through walking, jogging, or running outside. In short, it is a "move-to-earn" system.
Euterpe has become a hot program since it received a new round of funding from the HKICEx. I take a deeper look at the company to see what's driving this surge of excitement.
It has been a consensus that the creator economy will be reformed and revolutionized during the era of Web3. Most creator-economy-related projects are now focusing on production.
Is China-focused outbound investment as the theme for our first Fund solid enough? How long could China maintain its supply chain advantage?
In this op-ed, tuzhuxi argues that Hong Kong lacks the necessary political, social and cultural foundations to execute the “Dynamic Zero-Covid” strategy, and meanwhile it dares not perform the “lying flat” policy to coexist with the virus.
Different people may approach this question differently. But I would like to offer the best choice in my mind: Wang Xing, CEO of Meituan.
Before the TikTok frenzy, many Chinese companies had already earned their place in overseas markets. Here are ten brands that you probably did not know were Chinese.
Today this article will talk about “Metaverse”, which is a “replacement” for our real world, one of the most important innovation directions of the Internet in the future.
The last three years since the 2018 crackdown on Beijing’s after-school tutoring industry have seen frustration at the industry’s poor habits eventually reach a climax.
China’s long and illustrious history with education, which takes center stage in a family’s social standing, has prompted a wave of EdTech start-ups.
If a tutor is defined as providing assistance to a student on academic tasks such as homework, projects, test preparation, papers, research and personal development, one might consider Confucius one of the first tutors in China. Besides establishing ethical, moral, and social standards, Confucius impressed the value of education unto Chinese civilization for millennia to […]
If you need a refresher when it comes to Ant, may I suggest our Tech Buzz Ep. 74 on the company, which I dare say provides pretty good context into the history of the company, and why it has created the product lines that it has: CreditTech (39%), Payments (36%), InvestmentTech (16%) and InsureTech (8%).
Under the light of a glass pendant, Dr. Brett Lyndall Singh introduced his medical technology project Alpha & Omega Nutrition to a group of experts.
Chinese government authorities in Shanghai imposed a fine against the international condom brand Durex over its inappropriate ad in 2019 for 810,000 yuan ($120,620).
If you ask me, one of the most curious happenings of recent months, is just how quickly “banning TikTok” went from a “fringe movement” to “quite acceptable”.