Choose from over 10,000 mental health therapists at Yidianling

Image: Unsplash

Startup’s 24/7 services will include AI-powered chatbots to help more Chinese cope with mental health issues, amid lack of therapists

In 2007, serial entrepreneur Xu Yingqi began suffering from severe auditory hallucinations, imagining that all his employees were avoiding him. Huge pressure from work and interpersonal relationships made his condition even worse. His childhood friend and psychology professor Zhu Haoliang immediately gave Xu talk therapy, which helped him. Moved by his personal experience, Xu went on to found mental health services platform Yidianling in August 2015, with the Wenzhou University professor as Vice-President. The startup received initial funding of over US$2m in 2016 and secured an undisclosed am...
Limited Reading

The rest of the content is only available if you are logged in.

Limited Reading

Edited by Wang Xiao'e, Suzanne Soh

Your payment was not successful.

Please make sure you have entered your payment details correctly. Or try again in a few moments.

small logo

The discount code you entered is invalid

Please make sure you have entered your discount code correctly. Or try again in a few moments.

Download successful.

Your sample has been sent. Please check your email.

By accessing and using and all pages within the domain (the “Website”), You accept and agree to have read, understood, accepted and agreed to be bound by the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy in full. If you disagree with all or any part of these Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, please do not use or continue any further use of this website. You acknowledge that you are aware that this Website contains an archive of existing content as at 31 December 2021 and is not being actively managed. We are under no obligation to update the content on this Website and, accordingly, no new content or articles will be posted to the Website after 31 December 2021.