WeChat, a leading Chinese social communication platform operated by Tencent, suspended the registration of new individual users on Tuesday morning while the firm carries out a security upgrade.
ByteDance has recently raised the priority level for its music products to P1, on par with its games and education services.
Zhang Yiming, Chinese internet giant ByteDance's co-founder, will step down as chief executive at the end of 2021 to focus on long-term strategy, the biggest management shake-up since the company's launch in 2012.
The NFT craze has finally arrived in China, and the traditional art world is prepared to welcome an incredibly exciting and potentially explosive expansion.
Taiwanese computer hardware manufacturer Gigabyte apologized on Tuesday after it was found referring to Chinese-made products as suffering from low quality, sparking heavy criticism from Chinese net users and removal from e-commerce sites.
A video of a Tesla catching fire following a traffic accident went viral Tuesday evening on Chinese social media networks.
While new-kid-on-the-block Clubhouse is enjoying the limelight, the idea of using audio as a medium for content creation is not new in China.
Fruit-themed WeChat game Merging Watermelon went viral over the weekend and is still trending on microblogging platform Weibo.
On the morning of November 20, the "Daka China" Global Communication Event was officially declared open in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province.
The popularity of smartphones has seen the unprecedented growth of mobile applications. Here we’ve rounded up the most popular free iPhone apps in China.
A new, pretentious form of bragging is stirring up controversies among Chinese internet users, as some publish stories that may look like complaints, but often are just thinly-veiled ways to show off.
Shares of Chinese social media and entertainment site Joyy Inc. plunged more than 26% after a research firm accused it of being a “multibillion-dollar fraud”.
Chinese government authorities in Shanghai imposed a fine against the international condom brand Durex over its inappropriate ad in 2019 for 810,000 yuan ($120,620).
Video-based social media platform JOYY Inc. on Thursday reported net revenue of $826.6 million in the second quarter of 2020, up 36.3% year-on-year.
Taiwanese superstar Jay Chou did his first live stream on Sunday night where he obtained 20 million yuan ($2.85 million) in 30 minutes.