Asia Innovations Group (AIG), the tech start-up behind live streaming service Uplive, dating app Lamour, and star-chasing app Super Fans Club, plans to go public in the US this year. The company expects to raise between $600 million to $800 million, according to media. AIG has not made any official response to these claims yet.
In a post-pandemic world, rail freight could represent the future of continental logistics networks.
On Jan. 18, vacation rental online marketplace company Airbnb’s China branch held an online press conference to launch the “Airbnb China Host Community Report 2020” and announce the winners of the Bélo Awards 2020.
Ride-hailing platforms Didi Chuxing and its standalone platform Huaxiaozhu were fined a total of about 1.4 million yuan for insufficiently implementing Covid-19 prevention measures and inadequately supervising their drivers’ behavior.
Fledgling AI startup Rokid has continued to upgrade its portable, lightweight, body-temperature-sensitive AR glasses, the Rokid Glass 2, after its debut in January this year.
Xiaomi reported steady revenue growth in the first quarter of 2020 despite the disruptions in supply and shipment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Overseas Chinese tried hard to be part of the solution in the COVID-19 pandemic, but are constantly considered as the cause of the problem.”
The latest data from Canalys revealed that Chinese smartphone company OPPO managed to considerably strengthen its foothold, growing its market share by 1014% year-on-year in Q1 2020.
As coronavirus continues to spread across the world, many companies are asking their employees to work-from-home as part of their social distancing response to the crisis.
Zhang Yiming, founder and CEO of TikTok-owner Bytedance, has donated $10 million to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for research and development of treatment for the novel coronavirus disease.
Tencent Music Entertainment (TME) announced slightly worse-than-expected first quarter results on Monday, with strong growth in the music subscription sector but significant losses in its social entertainment services.
Hundreds of thousands of farm-bred porcupines and bamboo rats were euthanized in southern provinces of China, as farmers shut down operations amid uncertainty over new industry rules.