The Chinese Education Ministry announced establishment of a new department to oversee after-school tutoring amid Beijing’s ongoing crackdown on China's burgeoning private tutoring industry.
Chinese medical data company LinkDoc Technology filed paperwork on Monday to list shares in the US, as China’s digital healthcare industry continues to grow in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Didi Chuxing, China’s leading ride-hailing platform, unveiled the filing for its long-awaited US stock market debut on Thursday, marking a further step toward what could be the world’s biggest IPO this year.
Chinese internet giant Alibaba announced on Thursday it will develop driverless trucks with its logistics unit Cainiao, as the company ramps up efforts to follow a trend that may revolutionize the transportation industry.
Tesla’s deliveries in China unexpectedly surged in May after a short-lived downturn, following which the company regained its throne in the national electric vehicle (EV) market despite a backlash over issues with quality and data protection.
Dingdong Maicai and MissFresh, leading players in China’s burgeoning fresh food delivery arena, filed for US listings on Tuesday, racing to become the first publicly-traded Chinese online grocery platform.
Chinese on-demand delivery and retail platform Dada Group on Tuesday reported a 52% jump in first quarter revenue from a year earlier, as the company tries to expand its network to the country’s lower-tier cities and rural areas.
Premium bubble tea chain Nayuki Holdings passed a hearing for its initial public offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, becoming the first publicly-listed Chinese high-end beverage brand.
Tesla’s vehicle orders in China dropped by almost half in May compared with the previous month, as the US automaker wrestles with backlash from regulators and customers alike in the world’s largest electric vehicle (EV) market, according to tech media outlet The Information.
US President Joe Biden plans to amend a Trump-era restriction on investments in companies found to be affiliated with China's military after the former administration’s policy confronted legal challenges, Bloomberg reported.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker NIO saw its deliveries fall in May due to a global semiconductor shortage, while rival XPeng’s sales continued to grow at a robust pace as the company managed to prevent the chip crisis from hobbling its business.
Chinese online education platform GSX Techedu is shutting its early education unit and cutting jobs as Beijing escalates a campaign against the country’s burgeoning after-school tutoring sector, multiple media outlets reported.
China’s cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-2 successfully docked with the space station’s key module Tianhe on Sunday, paving the way for a three-man crew of astronauts to board the station in June, according to state media.
Chinese regulators imposed the maximum penalty of 1.5 million yuan ($235,257) on Alibaba-backed community group-buying platform Nice Tuan after the company failed to rectify product dumping and pricing fraud.
Chinese internet giant NetEase announced it plans to spin off Cloud Village, the operator of its music streaming service NetEase Cloud Music, in an IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker Li Auto on Tuesday launched the new 2021 Li ONE, a plug-in hybrid luxury SUV and currently the start-up's only model, adding momentum to its efforts to stay competitive in the country’s crowded EV market.
Kuaishou Technology, the operator of the second most popular short-video platform after Douyin, saw its stock tumble as much as 11.6% on Tuesday after the company reported a 7.3 billion yuan ($1.14 billion) loss the previous day.
Chinese cryptocurrency miners Huobi Mall and BTC.TOP announced on Sunday that they have suspended their operations on mainland China after the country escalated its crackdown on bitcoin mining and trading activities, contributing to a slump in the cryptocurrency markets.
Prices of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies tumbled on Wednesday after the Chinese government imposed fresh curbs on banks' use of digital money, further fueling concerns sparked by tweets of Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Zhang Yiming, Chinese internet giant ByteDance's co-founder, will step down as chief executive at the end of 2021 to focus on long-term strategy, the biggest management shake-up since the company's launch in 2012.