On Jan. 22, China’s leading ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing (DiDi) launched a Global Vaccination Support Fund, supporting COVID-19 vaccination efforts across DiDi’s global communities.
China's total box office revenue reached 20.42 billion yuan ($3.16 billion) in 2020, making it the largest movie market in the world for the first time.
The Chinese government has granted conditional approval to its first homegrown coronavirus vaccine developed by state-owned pharmaceutical giant Sinopharm, health officials announced Thursday.
A manufacturer in China has developed the first non-woven antimicrobial face mask embedded with copper, and said the product has been scientifically proven to reduce the transmission of Covid-19 by 99%.
On Dec.6, Wang Junzhi said during a Coronavirus Vaccine Development Conference that “Breaking news will be announced within the coming weeks and 600 million inactivated vaccines (killed virus) will go public within this year.”
While the Coronavirus continues its rampage through the rest of the world, China has kept new Covid-19 cases at exceptionally low levels with sweeping measures since March.
Yasten Holding, the parent company of popular Chinese makeup brand Perfect Diary, went public Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), becoming the first Chinese beauty group listed on the U.S. stock market, and shares surged 75% on the first day of its listing.
Under the light of a glass pendant, Dr. Brett Lyndall Singh introduced his medical technology project Alpha & Omega Nutrition to a group of experts.
Passengers at Beijing Daxing International Airport now can have their food delivered to the departure gate as the one-year-old hub is collaborating with Alibaba-affiliated food delivery platform Ele.me.
Internet tech giant ByteDance on Oct. 29 unveiled its a smart lamp priced at 799 yuan ($119) for the education sector as well as announced the new education brand Dali as part of its plan to diversify its businesses.
Trip.com Group on Oct. 29 kicked off the Global Partner Summit in Chengdu, over 2,600 attendees from the tourism industry to witness how the company bolstered the recovery of global travel industry amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
Trip.com Group, on Oct. 28 held the “LIVE for Trip” campaign as a part of its “Travel On” initiative from Oct. 10, aiming to boost the recovery of the global travel industry.
China's national central television CCTV announced on Oct. 9 that the TV program planned to televise Game 5 of the NBA Finals live to viewers in China. This was the first NBA game broadcast on the state-owned television in more than a year.
Chinese TV show ‘Heroes in Harm’s Way’ received harsh criticisms from viewers, who are claiming the content is sexist, and has a discrimination against women.
The coronavirus outbreak this year has restricted, stagnated, and destructed various industries, but some remain unscathed and have even gained momentum.