On November 20, the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 opened. From manufacturing, brand marketing, cultural derivatives to event broadcasting, the stadium is full of Chinese elements.
Since the bankruptcy and liquidation of Terra/LUNA, stETH, and 3AC, the transaction volume of the world's NFT market has shown a downward trend. Meanwhile, China, on the other side of the ocean, is leading the digital collection market.
ByteDance's short video sharing app Douyin, the Chinese mainland version of TikTok, will launch a brand-new recommendation application called "Kesong."
Tencent is quietly testing a new recommendation project called "Penguin Huimai." And ByteDance's short video app Douyin has again tested the use of a new recommendation function.
Benwei Xianwu, a Chinese brand of low-temperature meat products, has recently completed A-round financing totaling tens of millions of yuan.
Many Xiaohongshu employees broke the news on domestic professional online networking platform that they had suddenly been informed of their nonnegotiable last day of work.
Chinese lifestyle-related social media platform Xiaohongshu has recently merged the original community department and e-commerce department into a new community department.
As the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics (Beijing 2022) are approaching, skiing has become one of the top buzzwords that has swept along almost every social media platform in China.
Xiaohongshu, China's leading lifestyle sharing platform announced that it had formally filed lawsuits against four Multi-Channel Network (MCN) institutions.
Chinese social e-commerce platform Xiaohongshu, or Red, has hired a new chief financial officer as it weighs a public listing in the US as early as this year, according to reports.
The popularity of smartphones has seen the unprecedented growth of mobile applications. Here we’ve rounded up the most popular free iPhone apps in China.
When it comes to the most popular and used ones in China, there are 7 most popular social media apps you must know for 2020.
Xiaohongshu, one of the world's largest community e-commerce platforms, has been banned from Google's Play Store.
CNBC released their list of 2019 Disruptor 50 companies, containing the most influential and innovative companies in various industries, from biotech and machine learning to transportation, retail and agriculture. Two Chinese firms, the ride-hailing giant Didi-Chuxing and Xiaohongshu, ranked among the top ten.
In episode 31 of TechBuzz China, co-hosts Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma talk about Xiaohongshu, also known as RED, which had received a $300 million investment from Alibaba.
Xiaohongshu, translated into “Red” or “Little Red Book”, a shopping tip app gaining large popularity among Chinese millennials, just closed its $300 million Series D funding round led by Internet giant Alibaba Holding.