Chinese social e-commerce startup Nice Tuan announced its latest $80 million Series C2 round led by CDH Investments.
Welcome back to our series on Bytedance, maker of TikTok (and many other things!) and the most richly valued privately-held tech startup in the world.
Cooking-sharing app Home-Cooked has halted operations, indicating the downsides of sharing economy in today’s China.
HeyTea is partnering with the Shenzhen-based food technology company Starfield to offer more vegetarian food options to customers.
Inceptio Technology announced that it has completed $100 million in equity financing.
Vesta Food Lab, China’s first venture-capital-backed food tech startup focusing on plant-based food, is set to launch its local brand “HUICUI” and introduce their meatless spaghetti with Ramen Talk.
Robotic process automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) startup Laiye Technology announced today that it has completed its Series C financing round of $42 million.
Alibaba has invested $10 million into XpressBees, an eCommerce logistics firm based in Pune, India.
Chinese tech start-up Suqu Net heeded to the age old desire for pristine hotel linens by designing chips that can track hotel inventory.
Ofo, plagued by bankruptcy rumors, has had a tough year trying to pay back user deposits. The Chinese bike-sharing startup recently launched a new controversial refund policy.
Codemao, a Shenzhen-based online education platform that offers computer programming classes to kids, has completed its Series C financing round to the tune of $57 million.
51 Credit Card, China’s largest credit card service startup in terms of monthly active users (MAU), saw its share price plummet by 34.32% to $1.77 HKD today.
GalaxySpace, a private Chinese satellite constellation provider, has finished another round of financing led by JIC Technology Investment on September 16.
It is indeed a private issue. In fact, the two parts of the company’s name Berry and Melon refer to the different sizes of women's breasts. The slogan April Zhao constantly brought up in her speech was “whether it's big or small, the pretty shape is all that matters.”
We sat down with Eyal Hoffman, CEO at Highroad, an Israeli incubator specialized in urban tech to discuss his interest in China, Israel’s success in urban tech and his vision for the future of smart cities.