Chinese smartphone brand realme released its realme 10 Pro and 10 Pro+ smartphone models globally on December 8. The brand has also announced its new "SPIRE Strategy."
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With the recent relaxation of the Chinese government's zero COVID policy, drugs for flu symptoms and fever such as Ibuprofen and Lianhua Qingwen, antigen test kits and vitamin C tablets are out of stock in pharmacies and e-commerce platforms.
The first C919 large passenger aircraft was delivered to China Eastern Airlines in Shanghai on December 9. With registration number B-919A, the aircraft marks the completion of a critical step in China's efforts to develop domestic commercial operations in civil aviation.
Ads for South Korean automotive giant Kia have appeared frequently on the sidelines at the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar, bringing the brand back into the spotlight in China. However, its joint venture in the country is now grappling with a financial crisis.
Japanese automotive giant Honda Motor announced on December 8 that it will purchase about 123GWh in vehicle batteries from China's CATL from 2024 to 2030. These products will be produced centrally at CATL's Yichun Factory.
Earlier this year, Singapore-based home appliance maker Dyson unveiled the Dyson Zone air-purifying headphones. On December 8, Dyson disclosed the detailed technical parameters of the headset product and confirmed that it will debut in China.
BYD's luxury electric vehicle brand Yangwang revealed its logo on December 9, which was inspired by the "electricity" symbol in oracle bones, China's earliest writing system.
The DJI Mini 3 drone previously passed FCC certification, and the new product is expected to be released this month.
On December 8, Chinese smartphone maker OPPO announced that its OPPO INNO DAY 2022 will be held on December 14 and 15, when the company will release a new technology strategy and the Find N2 series of foldable smartphones.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has reportedly confirmed the individual to replace him as CEO of the firm. Tom Zhu, Tesla's current global vice president and CEO of Greater China, will take up this high-profile position.
China's State Council issued a series of new pandemic control measures on December 7, relaxing restrictions on travel and boosting the search volume on domestic ticketing platforms.
With Hainan being a popular tourist destination in China, many domestic tourist platforms showed that orders of air tickets and hotels soared after the province adjusted its pandemic prevention and control measures.
WM Motor, which is still looking for new financing channels, plans to list in Hong Kong through a reverse takeover with Apollo Smart Travel, the latter of which is mainly engaged in the travel business, vehicle platform authorization and engineering service outsourcing.
In a case of information sales contract dispute caused by a digital collection transaction heard by Hangzhou Internet Court in Zhejiang Province, China, it was pointed out that digital collections belong to virtual property that is protected by law.
According to a news released by the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) on December 5, Tesla's Shanghai Gigafactory delivered 100,291 electric vehicles in November, setting a new monthly delivery record again.
Former Chinese president Jiang Zemin passed away following a battle with leukemia on November 30, at the age of 96. Authorities later announced that they will hold a memorial service in Beijing on the morning of December 6, and that public entertainment activities should be suspended for the day.
At 20:09 on December 4, Beijing time, the Shenzhou-14 crew finished their 183-day mission in space, returning safely to the earth's surface. A third batch of experimental samples carried by the return capsule successfully arrived at a space technology center in Beijing in the early hours of December 5.
Fluctuating supply and demand within China's lithium-ion battery industrial chain has attracted widespread attention recently. Production capacity now far exceeds demand, and some entities in the sector are seemingly pursuing blind expansion and hoarding.
On December 2, Chinese electric vehicle maker BYD announced that it had sold 230,427 new energy vehicles in November, up from 91,219 units a year earlier. This year's cumulative sales reached 1,628,297 vehicles, a year-on-year growth of 219.38%.