China’s ride hailing giant Didi Chuxing released its new three-year strategy on April 16, highlighting overseas expansion, delivery service and innovative development.
At 9 am of December 23, ride-hailing giant Didi officially re-launched its hitch service in five Chinese cities including Beijing and Changsha.
On November 9, a seemingly mundane Didi ride in the Chinese city of Nanjing spiraled out of control resulting in the passenger and driver coming to blows.
Didi Chuxing, China’s Uber-like ride-sharing service provider, has once again plunged itself into a gender-related crisis.
On November 8, Didi decided to implement the same curfew for both male and female passengers, banning both from ride-hailing on Hitch after 8pm.
Didi Chuxing announced on November 6 a trial relaunch of Hitch , its P2P ride-sharing service in seven major Chinese cities, at the end of November 2019.