Milk tea has become a new trend among China’s younger generations. Over the years, we’ve seen some popular milk tea brands emerging in China.
Chinese artificial meat brand Starfield jointly launched plant-based “meat” dumplings with a food group on Thursday.
Chinese tea beverage chains HeyTea and Nayuki Tea & Bakery are looking to be listed in Hong Kong next year, respectively aiming to raise $400-500 million, according to a report by The Paper.
Chinese leading upscale tea chain HeyTea is marching into the realm of healthy ready-to-drink products with 3 fruit tea sodas.
HeyTea issued an apology for the detection of microbial contamination in beverages sold in Nanjing stores and listed five corrective measures.
Nayuki Tea, one of the biggest bubble tea chains in China, will complete a new round of funding that will help the company raise close to $100 million.
Nayuki's Tea, or Nayuki, one of the buggest bubble trea chians in China, aims to complete a $100 million fundraising to compete with major rival HEYTEA.
HeyTea is partnering with the Shenzhen-based food technology company Starfield to offer more vegetarian food options to customers.
If Luckin is not the “Starbucks of China”, the question arises as to who is or has the potential to be?
AI, Big Data, Telematics and Logistics services caught investors’ attention and raised significant funds, hinting at a bright future for such services in the digitizing world.
Cheese tea chain HeyTea is rumored to have completed a new round of financing led by Hillhouse Capital and Coatue with its post-investment valuation possibly exceeding 16 billion yuan.
It seems like any person at least moderately familiar with China would know that it’s a realm of tea.
Well, it is tough. China is a country that is not that open to sex. We tend to avoid using direct terms to refer to sexual activities in public, especially when it comes to advertisements.
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At 10:30am on August 12th, it was just around half an hour later than Heytea opened its shop in Joy City in Chaoyang District, Beijing. Customers queued a line dozens of 50 to 60 meters long in this Internet popular tea store, totally blocking the door of a neighboring Starbucks. Heavy rain fell on and…