Cyberspace Administration of China now requires social platforms and short video platforms such as Tencent's QQ and Kuaishou to implement content management and continuously investigate and dispose of fraudulent information, group chats and accounts.
Kuaishou, the leading rival of TikTok's Chinese mainland version, Douyin, announced an organizational restructuring involving multiple departments, and has set up a new management committee.
Chinese short video streaming and sharing platform Kuaishou announced on August 3 that it will hold a StreamLake brand launch event in Beijing on August 10.
Wang Jianwei, Senior Vice President of Kuaishou, revealed at the company's 2022 Photosynthetic Creators Conference on July 29 that the firm will be conducting alpha tests of a creator version of its short video app this year.
Tony Qiu, the former head of Kuaishou's International Business, has recently joined Meituan and temporarily serves as assistant to firm founder and CEO Wang Xing.
Douyin and Kuaishou, two leading Chinese short video platforms, are increasing their investment in e-commerce infrastructure.
Magnetic Engine, a commercial marketing service platform owned by Kuaishou, and Mints, a Chinese digital collection platform, launched Kuaishou's first NFT digital collection called "Magnetic Engine Influencers" on Wednesday.
The e-commerce department of Kuaishou, a popular short video platform in China, announced that it had reached a deal with Zhima Credit, a subsidiary of Ant Group, to launch a new payment scheme on the platform.
Kuaishou Technology, a leading Chinese social media firm, announced on Tuesday that Beijing Dajia (on behalf of Kuaishou) and Tencent Computer have entered into the 2022 game cooperation framework agreement.
Kuaishou Technology, China's leading content community and social platform, released its financial report for the first quarter of this year.
The e-commerce arm of Kuaishou, TikTok's rival in China, announced the establishment of a real estate business center by an internal letter in April this year.
Xiamen Nuowei Qifeng Venture Capital (Limited Partnership) was formally established with a registered capital of 100 million yuan ($15.7 million).
Kuaishou, a Chinese short video platform, announced on Thursday an adjustment of its employee benefits through an internal letter.
News released by We Media sparked a market shock on Monday. Kuaishou shares in Hong Kong slumped heavily due to the rumor, at one point falling below the issue price of HK$115 in late trading.
On July 2, Chinese tech giants Bytedance invested in Hangzhou Weinian Brand Management Co., Ltd(Weinan), a contracted company of Li Ziqi, one of China's most globally popular online influencers. This move showed Bytedance's ambition to expand its footprint in the booming livestream and new consumption sectors.