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The Tencent-owned super app turned eight years old this month amid criticism about its monopolistic behaviour.
A claim that onions can kill the flu virus was shared over 400,000 times on the social media app.
With 1 billion monthly active users, WeChat has been maintaining its stranglehold on China’s social media environment.
Operated by ByteDance, 'Tik Tok' has enabled the creation of lengthier video clips through an upgrade that is available to Android smartphone users in China.
Shenzhen’s supply chain, logistics support and speed are some of the reasons Chinese entrepreneur Zhe Zhang is choosing to bring his tech dream home.
Tencent's partnership with Sea, which operates South-East Asia’s biggest gaming platform with 161 million quarterly active users, comes amid regulatory uncertainties in China.
Tencent last month made it mandatory for players to verify their age to log into the hit game Honour of Kings, and brought minors into an anti-addiction system.
Tencent's management is out to promote more cooperation across different groups as part of a business restructuring, even though flagship messaging and social media app WeChat came about from internal rivalry.
Tencent will allocate US$140mil (RM 585mil) to establish an award for young researchers in fundamental science and cutting-edge core technologies.
Tencent this week said it would require all players of its mobile and personal computer games to verify their identities against police databases from next year.