A report from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention on January 15 showed that, based on optional nucleic acid testing data, positive cases across the country have showed a clear trend of increasing then decreasing since December 9 of last year.
Leading Chinese tech firm Alibaba announced it would donate 125 million yuan ($18.4 million) to equip more than 600,000 village clinics with two oximeters, basically achieving full coverage in rural areas.
Hangzhou-based tech giant Alibaba has launched a special campaign to provide free COVID-19 consultation services for rural areas, support the training of grassroots medical staff, and donate urgently needed medicines and medical devices to 22 underdeveloped counties across the country.
ByteDance is accelerating its layout in the music field. Just after launching the app "Soda Music" in the first half of the year, it recently quietly launched another app called "Tomato Music," which is designed more for small-town and rural markets.
More than 10,000 livestreamers in China’s rural areas participated in Alibaba's a week-long livestreaming Harvest Festival, driving its local economy with the leverage of the trending technology.
Chinese e-commerce platform JD.com has recently begun to undergo a new round of organizational restructuring. Jingxi Business Group under JD Retail will be broken up within this month.
Chinese tech giants Tencent launched a new video platform named Pianduoduo that rewards users for watching videos, aiming at constantly expanding among the elderly and rural populations.
Perhaps they made money with their viral yet meaningless content, but did they really contribute anything to the content market in China?