China is all over the news, it’s omnipresent and inescapable. Chances are you’ve seen at least one piece contemplating its boiling economy just in the past hour, and there are more to come no matter what your local radio-station is saying.
The second Internet court in China opened its doors in Beijing on Sept. 9, as the country looks to better address disputes and problems caused by the fast-growing cyberspace.
Recently, the weather in Beijing has gradually cooled, but I still get sweaty after getting pushed and shoved back and forth while commuting on the subway. After the hour-long commute, all I want to do the moment I get home is to take a quick shower. But more often than not, I’d find myself greeted…
Overseas Talent Entrepreneurship Conference (OETC), China’s largest international startup business competition came to a close on August 10. A team from Beijing won the global championship while an American and a British team took home the second and third place respectively.
China Unicom, the country’s second-largest telecom carrier announced on August 10 that it will provide integrated ultra-fast fifth-generation (5G) solutions for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Carrie and Joe fell in love in the city of Beijing. Together, they decided to tackle the city’s trash problem head-on, starting by following a lifestyle that produces no waste themselves. Later, they founded THE BULK HOUSE, which is the first social enterprise in China that focuses on promoting zero waste.
Tesla Motors announces a new Technology Innovation Center in Beijing on July 12 as CEO Elon Musk concludes his three-day trip in China.
A city is not only a division of geographical location, but also a competitive entity for new technology. When a new technology emerges, there will be local adoption that creates new urban economic growth factors and a new perception of the city. For major cities, blockchain is a rare technical gift.
After operating a car-hailing service in Nanjing for 10 months, Meituan expanded its service to include Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Hangzhou, Wenzhou, Fuzhou and Xiamen on December 28.