Following a series of setbacks, Huawei is casting its net wide to determine where its future core strengths will lie.
Shein's mind-numbing success in capturing the global fast fashion market is a product of the internet age.
For people in Shanghai during the latest lockdown, informal community group buying is proving to be a more effective strategy for obtaining food than online grocery platforms.
Shanghai lockdowns are having ripple effects on global supply chains, as factory workers and logistics personnel have been subjected to home quarantine and mass testing.
The next stage of development for the Chinese technology industry is likely to marked by slower growth, albeit with more stable operations.
In her first public appearance since a high-profile return to China last year, Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou co-chaired an annual presentation in Shenzhen on Monday.
As worldwide curiosity heats up surrounding the metaverse, more and more attention is being drawn to China.
As the art industry confronts a new digital age, a show by Austin Lee in Beijing considers the relationship between art, technology and the human experience.
XTransfer, a Shanghai-based fintech startup established in 2017 by former Ant Group employees, is seeking to streamline Chinese cross-border e-commerce.
As an Olympics like none before draws to a close, Pandaily had a look at some of the key technologies underpinning the Beijing Olympic bubble.
Despite substantial efforts by the NFL at globalizing interest in American football, sports fans in China remain largely indifferent.
Chinese-American skiing phenom Eileen Gu picked up the first Olympic medal of her promising young career on Tuesday morning after narrowly finishing in the top spot at the women’s freeski big air finals.
The 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing will be broadcast globally using the cloud services of leading Chinese tech firm Alibaba.
The world’s leading producer of vaping products, Shenzhen-based SMOORE, on Tuesday held a livestream event during which it unveiled progress made recently in the realm of e-cigarette technology.
Nowhere has the digital platform economy's impact been more apparent than in China, where a burgeoning economy and technological metamorphosis in recent decades have been underpinned by a cohort of sprawling and innovative tech giants including Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu.
China's digital yuan is set to undergo a closely watched pilot run at this year's Winter Olympics.
With the public launch of XiRang, Baidu has now firmly established itself as one of China’s leaders in the metaverse race.
While Douban's loyal holdouts still regard it as the digital bastion of China’s nonconformists and bohemians, others have given up on what they now see as just another mainstream social media platform, ridden with cheap content and a shallowed-out community spirit.
Beijing-based tech giant Baidu, Inc. on Tuesday offered a preview of its highly anticipated metaverse world, which will be fully unveiled at Create 2021, a major conference for AI developers on December 27.
As dietary trends progress in China, consumers seeking to reduce their personal meat intake have more and more places to turn.