Sohu.com filed a 6-K form to the US SEC on Wednesday, after it was added to a group of firms listed under the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act. The firm says it does not intend to contest the SEC's provisional accreditation.
The Beijing Internet Information Office recently summoned Chinese Q&A site Zhihu for the repeated display of prohibited information and content on the platform that violate the laws and regulations of the country.
China's cyberspace regulator recently summoned Chinese social media Sina Weibo, for talks concerning the repeated display of prohibited information and content on its platform that violated the laws and regulations of the country.
Chinese Twitter-like platform Weibo announced plans to sell 11 million shares globally through its IPO in Hong Kong, including 5.5 million new shares and 5.5 million sales shares.
Sina Weibo suspends its rankings of top searches and hot topics.
Just as followers begin to download Weibo’s new app Oasis, the app’s logo has apparently been plagiarized.
Sina Weibo, famous for China’s Twitter-like microblogging platform, recently introduced a new social media platform dubbed Oasis.
SINA Corporation, the company backing China’s popular microblogging service Weibo, reported its second quarter earnings results. Net revenue for the quarter was $533.1 million, beating expectations by $10.9 million despite a decline of 1% compared to the same period last year.
Niu HongHong, Bruce Zhang (Old Tomato), Wang Yibo, are some of the most popular young people on Chinese social media. They have been doing what they loved since they were in school. With the power of the Internet, they are today some of the most well-known cartoonists, content creators and photographers.
The eight-episode Produce 101 recently ended its two-month run on Tencent Video. A spinoff of its South Korean predecessor, Produce 101 debuted on April 21 with 101 young women competing to be the best performer with the guidance of Chinese celebrity mentors.