A new delegated investment product, "Jinxuan Investment," launched by Alipay and other six institutions on January 4 this year, has been suspended.
Zhejiang Century Huatong Group announced on Tuesday that Shengqu Games, a wholly-owned subsidiary, signed a three-year agreement with Tencent on Monday.
Video platform iQiyi recently launched "iQiyi Education" to the App Store, dedicated to providing children's animation, audio books and online classes, in addition to other content and services.
Chinese tech giant Baidu will work together with BAIC Group’s EV brand ARCFOX to develop the Apollo Moon, a new generation of robotaxis that is set to be mass-produced, according to their joint announcement on Thursday.
A Long March-2F rocket, carrying the Shenzhou-12 manned spacecraft was launched on Thursday morning from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China, according to the China Manned Space Agency (CMSA).
Online used car trading platform UXIN announced definitive agreements with Nio Capital and Joy Capital, in which both firms have agreed to invest a total of up to $315 million in the company.
According to public information posted to China's enforcement information disclosure website, Luckin Coffee’s ex-chairman Lu Zhengyao on Wednesday was listed as a judgment debtor by the Higher People's Court of Beijing Municipality, obliging him to pay about 1.2 billion yuan ($188 million) in fines.
US President Joe Biden on Wednesday revoked former President Trump's executive orders trying to ban Chinese short video app TikTok and instant communication app WeChat over national security concerns and issued a new order to review security concerns posed by these apps, the White House said.
Zhangmen Education on Tuesday officially went public on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "ZME" in the face of tightening restrictions on e-learning platforms from Chinese market regulators, following complaints about improper business practices.
Renren Video, one of the most popular Chinese streaming platforms offering free subtitled foreign television shows and films, has been removed from Apple's iOS App store on June 6.
BAIC Motor officially announced on Thursday that it would adopt the in-house Harmony operating system recently launched by Huawei in the Arcfox Alpha S Huawei HI model and a new petrol SUV, both of which will be unveiled later this year.
To increase Guangzhou's capacity to administer nucleic acid tests, which are used to screen those suspected of being infected with COVID-19, four groups of inflatable COVID-19 testing labs are being put into use in the vast metropolis in the Chinese province of Guangdong.
Bilibili, a leading video community for younger generations, on Thursday released its unaudited financial results for the first quarter of this year.
WeRide, a global autonomous driving company, announced today it raised hundreds of millions of dollars in its Series C financing, from IDG Capital, Homeric Capital, CoStone Capital, Cypress Star, Sky9 Capital, K3 Ventures, and others.
Chinese tech giants Tencent launched a new video platform named Pianduoduo that rewards users for watching videos, aiming at constantly expanding among the elderly and rural populations.
Chinese Internet security giant 360 announced on Tuesday a new partnership with NETA Auto, suggesting they will follow the philosophy of “making cars for the people”.
The Beijing Municipal Bureau of Market Supervision and Administration on Monday imposed the maximum possible penalty on online education platforms Zuoyebang and Yuanfudao for unfair competition and misleading consumers.
Known as the first Chinese e-commerce platform for lifestyle brands, Onion Global on May 7 formally went public at the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "OG", offering 12.5 million American depository shares (ADS) and achieving the maximum increase of more than 57%.
Didi Chuxing offered details on the income it derives from ride-hailing services on its Wechat official account on Friday.
The tragic surge in Covid-19 infections across India, the second largest mobile phone manufacturer after China, has led to lower manufacturing output than expected, complicating the operations of a range of Chinese smartphone brands.