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Outline: WeChat is expanding into the U.S. market. Tencent will offer advertising services to American brands that want access to Chinese consumers. Tencent is setting up an advertising division in Palo Alto, CA., aiming to promote its services to U.S. enterprises. "Advertisers can spend some budget in gaining brand awareness in China," said Yang Baoshu,…

Apple will build the second data center in China, located in Ulanchap, Inner Mongolia. The new data center has been named as iCloud Northern Data Center. As the host, Bu Xiaolin, Deputy Director and Chairman of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region met with Isabel Ge Mahe (Ge Yue), Apple's Vice President and Managing Director of Greater…

Internet News Reports DJI On August 28, Tech-Web, a we-media, claimed it found DJI’s "secret base" in Shekou district, Shenzhen: DJI self-driving car is being tested there and Tech-Web even exposed photos of these cars. It is reported that the DJI self-driving car being tested is a Ford Edge SUV. From external observation, this self-driving…

In the mid-2017, during Shenzhen municipal CPPCC, Frank Wang, the CEO of DJI, aired his opinion of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Speaking of UAV regulation, most measures are bans, which greatly limit the use of UAV as well as the application of new technologies. With the increasingly rigid air policy, DJI is going to explore…

Industry data shows that by the end of the second quarter, the number of cable digital TV subscribers in China had declined to 159.93 million households, for the first time below 160 million. According to the industry, the IPTV and OTT business has significantly impacted the subscription of cable digital television. It is known that…

When China’s uber-rich zero in on an asset class—be it Los Angeles mansions, French vineyards, or European soccer players—they can quickly drown it in cash. But Beijing can take the punchbowl away just as quickly, as Silicon Valley discovered late last year when China’s central government tightened controls over capital leaving the country. That move…

Two global technological forces are disrupting the peaceful ecological environment in Southeast Asia. They're not Silicon Valley technological companies like Google or Facebook. They are the two Chinese giants Tencent and Alibaba. The two companies provide the strongest financial support and the most successful business experience for venture capital firms in Southeast Asia. More and…