Chinese ACG themed video-sharing site Bilibili launches Campus Recruitment Express.
In an era where Chinese women as a whole start to question the long-existing gender norms, Mango seems to have found a recipe for women of all ages that would provoke discussion but in a gentle and discreet manner.
Chinese video sharing website Bilibili called All the Videos You Love released a brand new video on YouTube, getting overseas exposure.
Video-based social media platform JOYY reported strong growth in the first quarter of 2020 as the company further pushes its overseas live-streaming apps.
Chinese video hosting service Bilibili released its Q1 2020 financial results on May 19.
China’s “largest youth community” Bilibili (NASDAQ: BILI) caused a stir on the interwebs when they released a 4-minute video (Chinese, English fan-dub) for May 4th Youth Day in China titled “The Waves Behind.”
Discussions over iQIYI’s next ten years resurfaced as it faced its tenth anniversary on April 22. With a host of challenges ahead, iQIYI, which is now so much more than a video provider, still strives to sell its “Online Disney” story to both investors and users.
Now, after a decade of development and vicious competition, a slew of video platforms and short video apps have emerged at the top of the Chinese online video streaming game.
American Muddy Waters Research and Wolfpack Research announced respectively that they were conducting a comprehensive investigation of IQIYI.
Amidst all New Year’s Eve countdown shows, Bilibili’s New Year Concert has to be the most special.
On December 25, CCTV officially announced popular short video platform Kuaishou as the exclusive interactive partner of its Spring Festival Gala.
In episode 57, co-hosts Rui Ma and Ying-Ying Lu talk about Bilibili, a Chinese company that has no easy Western comparable — even as it sells a narrative of being “the YouTube of China.”
Among the more than 1.4 billion bullet chats sent on the short video platform Bilibili over the past year, the term “AWSL” was crowned the “2019 Bilibili’s Bullet Chat of the Year”.
After being accused of mishandling American user data and censoring content shown on the video-sharing app, TikTok released a statement on October 25 refuting the claims.
IQIYI, an online entertainment service in China, held its annual iJOY Conference in Shanghai on October 15th.