Shenzhen-based Tencent Group announced on Thursday that it will adjust the organizational structure of its sports business department and cancel six of its internal business groups.
Around fifteen years ago, I had a bet with a friend: "which event will happen first, China‘s first goal in the World Cup, or a Chinese racing driver's first points-paying position in Formula One." The mystery was resolved on March 20.
When Ailing Eileen Gu landed her first-ever official attempt at a four-and-a-half-rotation trick and thereby won the gold medal, related hashtags were soon among the top trends.
Zhang Yimou, the general director of the closing ceremony of Beijing Winter Olympics, once again showed off Chinese romance at the show, which lasted close to 100 minutes, through rich technology and artistic interpretation.
The ski industry boom is real in China, but skiing is not always as glamorous as represented on social media. A significant proportion of China's skiers had their hands-on experience in semi-professional resorts often located in the outskirts of China's third-tier cities.
As an Olympics like none before draws to a close, Pandaily had a look at some of the key technologies underpinning the Beijing Olympic bubble.
Genshin Impact, an action role-playing game from Chinese developer miHoYo, announced that the game's music team had participated in the establishment of a music library for the Beijing Winter Olympics.
Xu Mengtao claimed the women's aerials freestyle skiing gold medal at the Beijing Winter Olympics. A key factor behind her success was "Guanjun", the AI referee and coaching system developed by Xiaoice.
Despite substantial efforts by the NFL at globalizing interest in American football, sports fans in China remain largely indifferent.
The research organ operated by leading Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com released a report on Friday offering insight into winter sports consumption in China.
Local police in Beijing announced on Tuesday that three individuals had been penalized for illicit sales of the extremely popular Beijing 2022 Bing Dwen Dwen mascots.
Chinese-American skiing phenom Eileen Gu picked up the first Olympic medal of her promising young career on Tuesday morning after narrowly finishing in the top spot at the women’s freeski big air finals.
During the ongoing Beijing Winter Olympics, local technology firm Megvii has been providing a range of artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR)-related applications.
Eileen Gu, an American-born Chinese skier, completed her competition debut dressed in a "golden dragon ski suit" at the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games on Monday.
Adidas recently released its financial report for the second quarter of 2021, which showed that revenue for Greater China during the period was only 1 billion euros ($1.174 billion), down 16% year-on-year.