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Tuya Smart’s platform enables the creation of smart devices with little or no code writing needed, shortening R&D from months to a matter of days
Now called Wanwu Xinsheng, the startup recycles over 70,000 used electronic goods in China daily, clocking over RMB 2bn of transactions every month
Known for his conservative investing in China’s often-euphoric tech startup scene, Zhu Xiaohu has caught unicorns like Didi Chuxing while making a profitable exit from Ofo just before it sank
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?
Using Reworld’s very own interactive physics engine, even rookie developers can turn their creative ideas into 3D games within two days
Alibaba, Tencent, Meituan and other tech giants give roadside vendors digital makeover, so they can compete with fast-food chains like McDonald’s, KFC and Pizza Hut
Startups spotted the opportunity and tech giants too have entered a market seen tripling by 2025. But profitability is still in doubt amid regulatory uncertainty
Keep becomes China’s first sports tech unicorn as number of fitness app users in the country almost doubled to 89m amid home confinement and gym closures
Money pours in as China pushes sector to be the next growth engine, and both self-driving startups and their investors are optimistic about their commercialization attempts
Will skyrocketing demand for online education during Covid-19 give China's edtechs that long-awaited push to profitability?
As Alipay continues to battle WeChat for super-app supremacy, it's created a stronghold in China’s services industry, where 80% of businesses still operate under brick-and-mortar models
Making cybersecurity affordable for SMEs, Shenzhen-based Eversafe Online launches China's first business intelligence search engine to track, pre-empt cyber attacks
Investors favor enterprise tech startups amid slowing deal flow, still foresee strong growth despite competition from tech giants
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
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