Football fans in China previously watched the World Cup only through traditional television channels like CCTV or online video streaming platforms such as Youku, but during this year's edition, ByteDance's Douyin became the first short video platform in the country to obtain live broadcasting rights for the competition.
Half a year has transpired since Chinese electric vehicle startup WM Motor submitted its application for a public listing, but a lack of progress with those plans has caused it to consider alternative paths, such as reverse merger.
One Chinese programmer whose IP address is located at Twitter's headquarters claimed that he was fired because he failed to pass Elon Musk's late-night code review, arousing significant attention on Chinese social media.
Following recent cuts made by Tesla to its electric vehicle prices in the Chinese market, BYD announced on November 23 that it will increase the prices of its Dynasty series, Ocean series and Denza vehicles, ranging from 2,000 yuan ($279) to 6,000 yuan ($838).
Ozon, one of the first e-commerce companies in Russia, will open a representative office in Shenzhen. The company plans to attract 100,000 Chinese merchants with operations on the platform and expand the transaction volume of goods from the country tenfold by 2024.
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.
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.
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.
China’s major game live streaming platform Huya Inc., has announced its third quarter 2022 financial results on November 15. Huya has recorded quarter-on-quarter growth in the total net revenues and net income, with the average mobile MAU of Huya Live increasing steadily to 86 million.
One of Tencent's investment affiliates recently took a stake in ShenZhen Tenways Technovation Limited, a manufacturer of electric bicycles. The registered capital of the company increased 38.8%.
A Tesla Model Y in Chaozhou, China's Guangdong Province was recently suspected to have lost control while driving at a high speed for 2.6 kilometers, causing two deaths and three injuries. The maximum speed of the vehicle reached 198 km/hour.
Singles' Day culminated in a frenzy of promotions on Friday, although lackluster consumer activity may reduce some of its shimmer.
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.
Chinese acoustic components manufacturer GoerTek received a notice from a major overseas customer to suspend the production of one of its smart acoustic complete products. It is rumored that the order that GoerTek lost is Apple's headphone order.
After announcing he had achieved the solution to the Landau-Siegel zeros conjecture in mid-October, Yitang (Tom) Zhang, a Chinese-American mathematician and professor of mathematics at the University of California, Santa Barbara, released a related paper on November 5.
As competition in the global electric vehicle industry consolidates, many automotive firms and a host of new startups are eyeing what they see as the next frontier for innovation: the sky.
Following prior moves in the UK and Indonesia, ByteDance's TikTok is preparing to explore the Spanish e-commerce market, while several US merchants have participated in small-scale tests of TikTok's domestic online shopping platform.
Nieng Yan, a well-known Chinese structural biologist, announced on November 1 that she would resign as a tenured faculty member at Princeton University and return to China. On November 2, Yan responded to the matter.
Reports surfaced on November 2 claiming that Xiaomi's vehicle manufacturing project has been called to a stop. The Chinese consumer tech giant later stated that its automotive business is progressing smoothly and that it does not address rumors.
News emerged on October 31 that a consortium headed by CITIC Group, one of China's largest conglomerates, was in discussion with Naspers, a major shareholder of Tencent, to acquire its shares in full. Naspers' subsidiary Prosus later responded, calling the report "speculative and untrue."