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Amid the crackdown on China’s tech giants, some investors are sussing out less risky sectors, while heavyweights like BlackRock and Fidelity stay in for the long haul
With 300m daily users, the short video app for the grassroots has partnered JD.com to offer discounts to convert users into online shoppers
Startups could accept to join Alibaba, Tencent or other tech giants in their ecosystems and scale quickly. Or they could say no and keep their independence. But do they really have a choice?
The Smartisan founder and internet celebrity is making a comeback with live commerce, after failing to sell enough smartphones at his own company
The renowned investor is also making big bets on the opportunities that lie head
Will skyrocketing demand for online education during Covid-19 give China's edtechs that long-awaited push to profitability?
The lockdown in China has reshaped how people work and live. Some of the changes may be short-term, but others probably have become a part of life
The coronavirus outbreak that left cinemas shut and millions in home quarantine has unexpectedly opened up a new medium for movies – short video platforms
Chinese startups have discovered their technologies can play a major role in the nationwide efforts to battle the coronavirus epidemic
Ciweishixi uses the Western internship model to help young people discover their true passion, online and offline
Spot, a new challenger to China's WeChat, is using pop-up song lyrics to entice youths to live chat and play games
As China’s new Nasdaq-style board speeds to welcome its first IPOs, here’s a look at what’s changed for Chinese tech firms listing in the mainland, and if it could be pivotal in the emerging tech cold war
Rejecting offers from BAT to grow ByteDance, Zhang Yiming has quickly built up a social media content empire that includes TikTok and Toutiao, challenging the incumbents
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