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Meituan, Pinduoduo and others are counting on China’s burgeoning community group-buying business to penetrate fast-developing rural areas. Reliable mobile Internet connection allows residents in remote towns to embrace online grocery shopping.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's top ride-hailing app dropped Swedish fashion retailer H&M from its listings as Chinese celebrities stopped endorsing foreign labels in a growing uproar over Western accusations of forced labour in Xinjiang.
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.
Tencent super app WeChat beefs up short video-sharing, livestreaming features as it takes on TikTok sister app Douyin
Version 8.0.3 of WeChat has enhanced its short video-sharing and livestreaming functions. WeChat, which had 1.2 billion monthly active users in the December quarter, doubled the video length for its Instagram-style WeChat Moment service.
To build a ‘Digital China’, the country must first deal with its rampant black market for personal information
Underground trading of personal information has become a professional and industrialised value chain in China. The central government is seeking to establish a data governance regime, highlighting the responsibility of online platforms to protect user data.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr on Tuesday called for new steps to ensure Huawei Technologies and ZTE equipment is barred from U.S. telecommunications networks and ensure no electronic devices produced with forced labor enter the United States.
A group of tax scammers hacked a government-run identity verification system to fake tax invoices. The fake tax invoices from the criminal group were valued at US$76.2mil.
The companies charge people a daily rate to help people stay on top of studying, get enough sleep or maintain a healthy eating schedule. Young people largely run the companies and their clients are also young.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Smartphone maker Xiaomi has joined a rush of Chinese tech companies venturing into the semiconductor sector, announcing on Wednesday a new chip to help smartphone cameras process images.