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Bilibili Inc’s debut in Hong Kong March 29 marks another milestone for the fast-growing video streaming service, which has transformed from a hub for anime geeks to China’s top YouTube contender in just a decade.
Comeback king: China’s disgraced livestreaming ‘sales king’ sells in 12 hours what a Hong Kong mall sells in 12 months
Xinba, one of the biggest influencers on Chinese streaming platform Kuaishou, sold US$300mil worth of goods in a single session. The streamer became the subject of controversy last year after selling fake bird’s nest – an expensive Chinese delicacy.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's Xiaomi Corp announced plans on Tuesday to invest $10 billion in a new smart electric vehicle (EV) business, and separately to release a self-developed computing chip, as the group expanded out of its core smartphone business.
Tech giant Apple Inc is expanding its Independent Repair Provider programme to more than 200 countries, which means nearly early country where Apple sells its products will be covered under the programme.
Founder of TikTok owner ByteDance tells employees to stay grounded and focused as company expands in size and value
ByteDance CEO Zhang Yiming told employees to keep an ‘ordinary mind’ and make decisions without worrying about growth goals as the company moves closer to an IPO. ByteDance’s valuation has surpassed that of Coca-Cola as it searches for new areas of growth, including gaming and education, while challenges overseas continue.
As Myanmar descends into chaos, smartphone warriors in the anti-coup movement are seeking revenge online against the junta, hounding people with family ties to the military as a form of “social punishment”.
Chinese tech giants are expanding in Singapore as they face a crackdown at home and growing pressure in other key markets – but they may struggle to find talent in the city-state.
Former Tencent employee ordered to pay US$167,000 for breaching non-compete pact after joining TikTok owner ByteDance
The Beijing No 1 Intermediate People’s Court on March 22 issued a ruling against Chen Shuo for breaking a six-month non-compete agreement with Tencent. Chen was ordered to pay Tencent compensation for the breach and return the sum he received from the firm after signing the non-compete pact.
While the hack occurred in 2019, Ada Chung, privacy commissioner for personal data, notes information taken can ‘still be used’ by criminals. More than three million city residents among those whose usernames, email addresses, birth dates and other information were released over the weekend.
Carousell, a South-East Asian online marketplace that lets people buy and sell second-hand goods, said it plans to invest aggressively to grow its classified cars business in the region.