Alibaba officially introduced its overseas multi-lingual supported version of DingTalk on April 8, making functions to users worldwide amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
As China encourages people to return to work despite potential fears associated with the coronavirus outbreak, a QR code craze has once again taken over the country.
In this article, we’ll give a brief introduction of China’s top 3 E-commerce livestreaming platforms: Alibaba’s Taobao Live, Kuaishou (Kwai) and ByteDance’s Douyin (TikTok).
Episode 64 of Tech Buzz China is the second of two episodes on the Chinese telemedicine sector, which is closely watched in the wake of COVID-19.
Granted a virtual banking license by Hong Kong Monetary Authority on May 9, 2019, AirStar Bank is expected to officially begin operating in July 2020.
Alibaba seeks to acquire shares from Yunda’s controlling shareholders, Nie Tengyun and Chen Liying, who own 52.19% of Yunda from their wholly-owned company.
On March 25, several Pinduoduo employees stated on social media that Taobao implemented a so-called “risk control” strategy against them by blocking them from their platform.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group's Taobao launched its consumer-to-manufacturer (C2M) system to bring 10 billion orders across China over the next three years.
The Jack Ma Foundation and Alibaba Foundation are today sharing some key lessons and experiences from doctors who were at the frontline of COVID-19 treatment in China.
UNESCO published a list of recommendations of educational applications and platforms to help facilitate distance learning.
The Jack Ma Foundation and Alibaba Foundation have donated much-needed medical supplies to multiple countries over the past several weeks.
Taobao Live, Alibaba Group’s live-streaming platform, saw a sharp rise in brand activity this past month as merchants slowly resumed operations amidst the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Tmall and IKEA's collaboration marks the Swedish furniture titan’s first appearance on a third-party platform, with 3,600 IKEA products available.
The COVID-19 crisis is not just a battle in China, but a global challenge. As the disease spreads, we see tech companies around the world taking initiatives to combat COVID-19.
A reliable video conferencing platform has become the backbone of many companies. Here is our shortlist of the best free video conferencing platforms used for working remotely in China.