July 31st news, BYD Japan announced that its authorized dealer Wing will open the store 'BYD AUTO Yamanashi' in Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture on August 4th. This is also BYD's eighth store in Japan.
A certified account belonging to the Chinese division of Japanese electronics giant Sony has recently been banned. On January 5, the CEO of Weibo responded that a blog post from Sony China was interpreted as attacking medical experts, and that a final punishment had just been approved.
Kadokawa, a Japanese publishing enterprise, announced on August 31 that FromSoftware, a game subsidiary, will issue new shares to Sixjoy Hong Kong, a subsidiary owned by Tencent, and Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) through third-party allotment.
Last month, Nothing, a smartphone brand founded by Carl Pei, the former co-founder of OnePlus, officially released its first smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1). The phone has been released in Japan on August 10.
PAG has completed investment in Chinese gourmet coffee brand %Arabica, becoming a major shareholder of the firm.
Shanghai has always been a pioneer in all sorts of “avant-garde” concepts, even compared with Beijing, whether it's some new policy, or a milk tea brand that's become wildly popular through promotions by web celebrities.
Alipay, a payment and lifestyle platform by Ant Financial, has connected more than 300,000 Japanese merchants as of early 2019, a 500 percent increase compared with last year.
Didi Chuxing (DiDi) announced a joint venture with SoftBank on July 19 to offer on-demand taxi-hailing services and smart transportation solutions for customers in Japan, the world’s third largest economy.
Mobike, China’s shared bicycle giant, will officially enter the Japanese market this year starting with Tokyo in June. Mobike will enter several Japanese cities this year with 30,000 bicycles. Mobike will cooperate with convenience store giants and restaurant chains to set up dedicated spaces to park bicycles in their shops.
OPPO announced its intent to enter the Japanese market with its full-screen handset, the OPPO R11s, at a press conference in Tokyo on January 31. The handset is expected to improve photo experience for Japanese consumers.
Mobike announced it had reached strategic partnership with LINE, Japan’s largest mobile social networking service provider, on December 20.