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.
China’s “largest youth community” Bilibili (NASDAQ: BILI) caused a stir on the interwebs when they released a 4-minute video (Chinese, English fan-dub) for May 4th Youth Day in China titled “The Waves Behind.”
Chinese video sharing website Bilibili received $400 million in strategic investment from Sony and will further collaborate with the Japanese conglomerate, it announced on Thursday.
Bilibili Esports has taken the place of Banana Culture as the new Chinese production partner for Activision Blizzard’s Overwatch League, sources told Pandaily.
Somewhere along the line, staying at home becomes a somewhat arduous practice, especially for those young folks who are constantly fighting boredom.
The past decade has seen an explosion in appreciation for popular culture among Chinese born in the 1990s and later.
The 3.5 hour long entertainment show will celebrate the coming of age of China’s Generation Z, those born between 1990 and 2009, who are entering their 20s and 30s.
Zhao Benshan, a famous local comedian from Northeast China is the perfect guy to cheer up the Joker and cure his depression.
Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili announced last week the global premiere of The Hidden Kingdoms of China, a wildlife documentary series produced in partnership with National Geographic.
And more than that.
As if making a marriage announcement on Feb. 14, Alibaba Group announced that it will be deepening its cooperation with the popular Chinese video platform Bilibili.
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China's video sharing and streaming platform Bilibili announced a collaboration with the Discovery Channel on Sept. 17, saying the two will co-produce contents and bring 145 documentaries and more than 200 hours of exclusive Discovery material to Chinese audiences.
Several Chinese app stores pulled video platform BiliBili's app from their offerings after suffering another hard hit from government censors. Reports suggest the removal is strongly connected to state media outlet CCTV’s criticisms of its content.
Recently two major Chinese video websites completed their listing in the U.S.: Bilibili and iQIYI. Although these two companies all belong to the same industry, they have different business models and different values.