Since Yitang (Tom) Zhang published his newest paper on the Landau-Siegel zeros conjecture, the legendary Chinese mathematician has once again entered the spotlight. A recent report from a Chinese media outlet showcased his life and academic details.
Recently, the unknown white particles floating out of the air conditioner outlet of BYD's Dolphin model has caused some discussion. As a result, nearly 400 consumers in Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province went in a group to local regulators to complain about the Chinese EV maker.
Liu Tao, the co-CEO of Alibaba-backed IM Motors, commented on a recent fatal incident involving a Tesla vehicle in China. The executive believed that the Amercian EV maker had resorted to incredible excuses and even caused vehicle owners to monitor brake pedals with cameras.
The cumulative number of layoffs in the technology industry so far this year is now estimated to have exceeded 100,000. For the Chinese community, the tide of layoffs in the internet sector has spread anxiety.
Chinese goods from the city of Yiwu in Zhejiang Province, one of the world's largest commodity hubs, will not miss the quadrennial World Cup.
Various blockchain projects with unclear entanglements in virtual currency reportedly served as the revenue pillars for Amazon Cloud Services (AWS) in China. Amazon China was using a well-designed system to hide these projects under the guise of AWS.
Terence Tao, an Australian mathematician and winner of the Fields Medal, has read the recent paper by Yitang Zhang on proving the Landau-Siegel zeros conjecture. Tao commented that there are some printing errors and technical problems that have been forwarded to Zhang for clarification.
Blizzard Entertainment, a leading game developer and publisher based in California, announced on November 16 that it will be suspending most game services in mainland China due to the expiration of current licensing agreements with China's NetEase.
One of China's official media outlets published an article entitled "the opportunity in the gaming industry cannot be missed". The news sent stock prices of Chinese game makers in Hong Kong shooting upwards.
Many consumers in mainland China reported on the morning of November 16 that attempted money transfers were unsuccessful when using the mobile app of China Construction Bank, one of the country's "big four" banks, triggering extensive social media discussion.
The defendant in a cryptocurrency theft case in Southeast China has been sentenced to 10 years and six months in prison and fined 200,000 yuan ($28,240).
Recent years have witnessed a new generation of electric vehicle companies chip away at China's auto market share, and traditional car firms are gradually conforming to the trend with the launch of their own new energy sub-brands.
Five stores of Lady M, an American luxury dessert brand, in Shanghai were suddenly replaced by dessert brand La Repete, which also featured Lady M's trademark product, French melaleuca cakes.
A Tesla vehicle in China crashed recently after it suddenly lost control. The question of whether or not the driver pressed the brake pedal has become a controversial issue. This incident has sounded the alarm for many Tesla car owners, one of whom has installed cameras to monitor its braking system.
Yi Ma, a Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley, announced that "Starting in Jan. 1, I will serve as the director of a new Institute of Data Science of Hong Kong University."
Mathematician Yitang (Tom) Zhang posted a long article on November 10. He shared his own research experience, life and current state of mind and feelings.
On November 10, China Automotive Power Battery Industry Innovation Alliance released its monthly data for batteries in October this year. In the past month, China's battery output totaled 62.8 GWh, up 150.1% year-on-year.
Adidas announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2022 on November 9. The firm's performance in Greater China, its former growth engine, continued to exhibit poor results.
On the evening of November 9, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company would lay off 13% of its workforce, affecting more than 11,000 employees. Many Chinese organizations in Silicon Valley have begun to recommend each other for new job opportunities.
Radar, a pure electric pickup truck brand owned by Geely, launched its first mass-production model, the RD6, on November 9, and said that it will enter overseas markets next year while selecting the appropriate time for an IPO.