ByteDance's short video sharing app Douyin, the Chinese mainland version of TikTok, will launch a brand-new recommendation application called "Kesong."
In China's rapidly diversifying e-commerce industry, livestreaming is emerging as a top method for driving sales.
Beijing-based internet firm Inke Limited officially changed its name to Inkeverse Group Limited on Wednesday.
According to Huitun Data, the number of viewers of "Oriental Selection," the official livestreaming room of Chinese private tutoring institution New Oriental Education, reached 12.746 million on June 11.
Kuaishou has recently revamped its overseas business strategy, setting up targeted ventures in various regions including Southeast Asia and Latin America.
Beijing-based technology firm and TikTok owner ByteDance has launched a new hardware device called the "Lingjing Livestreaming All-in-One Machine," as well as a corresponding "Lingjing" app.
The organ made a tax administrative punishment decision on Huang Wei according to laws and regulations with a total fine of 1.341 billion yuan ($210.3 million).
Kuaishou and Suzhou's Municipal Government have recently signed a strategic cooperation agreement that will see future investment in high-quality resources promote the settlement of Kuaishou's e-sports headquarter in Suzhou.
Xuan De, vice president of Alibaba and head of Taobao Live, announced that all livestreamers will have access to at least 100 million products from Tmall, and the charging model for influencer marketing would be reformed.
Pinduoduo is giving out 50 million yuan ($7.7 million) to encourage book purchases on the e-commerce platform as part of its “Duo Duo Reading Month” campaign to promote reading.
Chinese video-sharing social networking app TikTok was reportedly planning to enter the e-commerce business in 2021.
Shares of Chinese short video app company Kuaishou jumped 194% at the open on its Hong Kong debut on Friday.
China’s video streaming platform iQIYI held the Shout out for Love Gala 2021 on Jan. 15, becoming the first platform in the industry to use multi-screen interactive livestreaming.
Chinese online travel agency (OTA) Tongcheng-Elong has partnered with Kuaishou, a short video sharing and social network platform.
Walmart and TikTok announced this morning that they will co-host the first “shoppable” live-stream event on TikTok on Dec. 18, at 8 p.m (EST).