Different people may approach this question differently. But I would like to offer the best choice in my mind: Wang Xing, CEO of Meituan.
When it comes to navigating uncharted waters, Sky Li, the founder and CEO of realme, is a pro.
An electric car from Chinese EV-maker Weltmeister Motor (WM Motor) caught fire on the road in Wenzhou, a city in eastern China, on September 23, WM Motor confirmed on its official Weibo account.
As a reporter, I travel a lot and have known China and Silicon Valley all my life. However, there's one place that has always intrigued me—India. Following OnePlus' launch event in Bangalore, India, I finally got a chance to visit this mysterious land of excitement.
Alibaba announced the launch of “A100”, a strategic partnership program in Hangzhou today. The program offers companies a holistic one-stop solution to accelerate their digital transformation.
Erica was an editor, this is the story of how she refused to accept what life’s thrown at her, and decided to get whatever she wants instead.
Caught destroying the locks and attempting to make the two shared bicycles from Mobike his own, a Shenzhen resident was sentenced to 6-months in jail and a fine of 3,000 yuan ($473) for theft by the People’s Court of Longgang District in Shenzhen.
An unmanned noodle restaurant that promises hot bowls of noodles without staff assistance in less than one minute was this week’s hot business topic.
McDonald’s name change became an online joke after its announcement on October 25. Records from the Administration of Industry and Commerce show McDonald’s changed its Chinese business name to “Golden Arches (China) Co. Ltd” on October 12.
Lu Guanqiu, a famous Zhejiang Province businessman and Chairman of Wanxiang Group, passed away. Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba, wrote memorial essay in his business trip and we shared the article in the first time.
The iPhone X opens for pre-orders on October 27 and begins shipping on November 3. But a number of videos online appear to show users playing with iPhone X handsets on the subway.
Internet giants Alibaba and JD.com are still flirting with plans to open self-serve stores, but the first group of similar businesses has imploded in Shanghai. BingoBox, the city’s first self-service convenience store chain, closed its shops on Ouyangshang Road and Zhabei RM-Mart on September 27.
Huawei’s client servicing CEO Richard Yu said the current mobile phone market has yet to reach equilibrium: most brands will die out, and three or fewer will survive worldwide.
On October 20, Dida, a carpooling and shared travel company, announced it expanded the business scope and officially launched the taxi services. In addition to existing carpooling service, users can hail taxis in the latest version of the Dida App. In addition, the Dida is also engaged in the business contact with Mobike.
On October 18, JD.com announced that the number of users reserved iPhone X bookings had exceeded 1.1 million. JD.com said the reservation started from the morning when iPhone X was launch. As platforms with iPhone X debut, JD.com sell the phone on November 3 at the same time as Apple’s official website.