Kuaishou Technology, China's leading content community and social platform, released its financial report for the first quarter of this year.
Kwaishop, the e-commerce arm of Chinese TikTok-like short video sharing app Kuaishou, on Monday launched a plan aiming to support 500 Kwai Brands with web traffic of more than 23 billion visits to help them grow.
Kuaishou Technology has recently made a major adjustment to its overseas business so as to merge its three products into one and improve their overall efficiency.
Pandaily deep dives into a set of employment and consumption statistics to explain how e-commerce penetration is accelerating.
As TikTok seizes more territory around the world, its archrival Kuashou that so far hasn’t been as successful internationally is ramping up efforts to narrow the gap with its competitor.
Kuaishou’s international short video platform Kwai, reached 3 million Daily Active Users (DAU) in Brazil on September 12, a number of people familiar with the matter told Jiemian News.
Chinese tech giant Tencent and short video platform Kuaishou are negotiating about how the two are going to collaborate.
Chinese short-video app Kwai (Kuaishou) managed to make it to the second place of the ranking with earnings approaching $78 million, a 57 percent year-over-year increase.
On Mar. 27, the video streaming platform Kuaishou officially released the “Leaders of Intangible Cultural Heritage” project.
“I just killed time in a more meaningful way,” Api said of the last weekend. Api finished round one of Arena of Valor at 2:25 am on January 6. He quickly brushed his teeth and jumped in bed to wait for a live stream scheduled to begin at 11:30 pm on Xigua Video.
In China, the tech world is rife with rivals. For bike sharing, there’s Mobike and ofo. For ride-hailing, there’s Didi and Uber (and we know how that turned out). And for vlogging and short videos, there’s Miaopai and Kwai. Much like Vine and Twitter, Miaopai shares a close relationship with Sina Weibo and can be […]