SHEIN, a fast fashion retailer founded in China in 2008, recently fell into a copyright infringement dispute over alleged design theft.
Digital infrastructure services firm Zhejiang Linctex Digital Technology Ltd., or Style3D, officially announced on Tuesday that it has completed a pre-round B+ of financing totaling nearly $100 million.
An app called " Homearch" was developed by Zhejiang Taobao Network Co., Ltd. and is a home brand directly operated by Alibaba that allows users to purchase furniture with the app.
Chinese tech firm Tencent officially announced the the open source status of PAG (Portable Animated Graphics), its core animation tool.
Chinese online design platform Chuangkit recently completed a round B of financing worth tens of millions of dollars.
On December 23rd, Tencent announced that TDesign, an enterprise-level design system, was officially made open source.
Nolibox, an intelligent design platform, has recently completed a Pre-A round of financing worth of tens of millions of yuan, led by GL Ventures.
Chinese Internet giant ByteDance released a document announcing an open source application design system, Semi Design, which adopts an MIT license.
Chinese cloud-based UI design platform JSDesign announced on Friday that it has received tens of millions of dollars in A++ and B rounds of financing.
On Jan. 18, vacation rental online marketplace company Airbnb’s China branch held an online press conference to launch the “Airbnb China Host Community Report 2020” and announce the winners of the Bélo Awards 2020.
Exotic antiques, animated furniture, a bed designed in a suitcase, you may find yourself in a life-sized comic book in Suning’s pop-up exhibition in Nanjing.
In the first half of this year, Chinese markets will see a wave of full-screen mobile phones with the notch design. Major Chinese mobile phone manufacturers, including Huawei, OPPO and Vivo have all shifted from last year’s 18:9 full-screen phones to this year’s full-screen mobile phones with notch, and ultimately to real full-screen mobile phones.
Recently, ZCOOL received $15 million of series B+ financing from Shutterstock, a NYSE-listed world-famous digital content supplier. This is the first time that Shutterstock has invested in an Asian distributor. ZCOOL completed its series B of financing in 2016.