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”.
To congregate as many niche communities in one site and celebrate all is one thing, to try to introduce the site in a way that appeases the mass majority is another.
Despite the presence of highly successful women in the industry, we find the need to specify that a founder is “female” as if it were an exception.
Consumers in China have come to expect e-commerce platforms to be more than just places to buy things.
Workplace harassment happens everyday, but often it goes unnoticed. Recently, high-profile singer Yamy posted comments made by her boss on Weibo, sparking a fresh debate about an age-old problem.
Let's talk about China's social credit system and its importance to business.
The below speech by Kelly (Nan) Zhang took place in late February of 2018 as part of the offline expert sharing curriculum of popular professional development company Hundun University.
Hopefully, The Bad Kids may take the production quality of Chinese shows to another level. In the suspense drama market competition, the competition may have just begun.
The final part of interview between Professor Qian Yingyi and Zhang Yiming.
The return of the once-ubiquitous street vendors was expected to bring back Chinese economic vibrancy that was affected by COVID-19, but the public frenzy has been contained by local officials in Beijing.
Mango TV produced a show featuring 30 female celebrities over 30 years old to compete to debut in a 5-member girl group. The show soon triggered a wave of discussion on the Internet.
Last year, China started trash sorting by experimenting with Shanghai. Now that COVID-19 has put a pause on everything, Beijing is caught in the dilemma to catch up with its eastern counterpart.
Welcome back to our series on Bytedance, maker of TikTok (and many other things!) and the most richly valued privately-held tech startup in the world.
Today in China, VR is concentrated almost exclusively on education. Both on a national and local level, Chinese educators are investing heavily.
DataStory, a Chinese provider of big data and AI services, announced that it has raised a 120 million yuan ($17 million) series B+ round of strategic financing.