On December 26, a state media outlet in China released its top ten world athletes of 2022. Eileen Gu, a US-born Chinese freestyle skier, beat Argentine professional footballer Lionel Messi, to win the top spot, which caused some doubt among Chinese netizens.
Eileen Gu, an Olympic champion in freestyle skiing, posted a training video to Chinese social media on December 21. In the video, the US-born Chinese athlete can be seen completing a switch 1260 tail grab, becoming the first female skier to successfully pull off this challenging stunt.
Canadian athletic apparel retailer lululemon started the year as one of the most popular brands in China due to its superior quality and design. Recently, however, the brand is encountering some doubt as to its quality and prices.
The People's Bank of China (PBoC) announced on April 2 that several cities including Tianjin and Guangzhou will be added as new pilot areas for the country's digital currency, or e-CNY.
Gu and Su represent the group of athletes atypical to China's Olympic teams – those scouted by amateurs and clubs, as opposed to the ones selected and trained from a young age within the state-sponsored sports system.
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.
Kuaishou Sports has reached a copyright deal with the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), becoming the official livestreaming and short video platform for the UEFA Champions League this season (2021/2022).
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.
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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.
According to an internal letter issued to employees by Chairman and CEO of Luckin Coffee, Guo Jinyi, Luckin had opened about 360 new stores in the month of January, setting a new record for the company.
China North Industries Group announced on Wednesday that the Panda5, a quadrupedal robot independently developed by its North Vehicle Research Institute, was officially unveiled in Beijing News Center.
At a press conference held by the Ministry of Commerce on Thursday, the spokesman introduced the current consumption numbers and highlighted the sales of the online Lunar New Year's Shopping Festival in 2022.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has granted authorization for a limited series of digital mystery toy boxes themed on this year's official Olympic mascot, Bing Dwen Dwen, to be put on sale at 1:00 a.m. on February 12.
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.
According to data recently released by Xiaohongshu, a lifestyle sharing platform, since the Winter Olympics started in January, the number of posts on the platform containing the keyword "skiing" has increased by 232% year-on-year.
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.