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HONG KONG: China’s tycoons are flooding Hong Kong’s exchange with a $20 billion worth of new listings.
THE recent outbreak of a second wave of coronavirus clusters in Asia have given so-called "stay-at-home” stocks a fresh leg higher.
BEIJING (Reuters): Officials in Beijing are carrying out tests to detect traces of coronavirus on all food and parcel delivery workers in an effort to rein in a new outbreak, state-backed media reported on Saturday (June 20).
BEIJING (Reuters) - Officials in Beijing are carrying out tests to detect traces of coronavirus on all food and parcel delivery workers in an effort to rein in a new outbreak, state-backed media reported on Saturday.
Chinese flying taxi maker Ehang gets approval to test drone deliveries for cargo weighing over 150kg
Ehang is the world’s first autonomous aerial vehicle company approved to conduct commercial trials of passenger drones for transporting heavy cargo, it says. The pilotless 216 flying car can hold two passengers and travel at up to 130km per hour.
Meituan Dianping founder Wang Xing’s fortune has nearly doubled since his company emerged from the depths of China’s Covid-19 lockdown, cementing his place among a generation of the country’s most prominent tech entrepreneurs.
MEITUAN Dianping’s shares soared after it reported a smaller than expected 13% slide in revenue that drove hopes the world’s largest meal delivery business is starting to recover as China emerges from Covid-19 lockdowns.
Tech platforms celebrate Chinese Valentine’s Day with discount HPV vaccinations, fatter digital red packets
May 20 is a day of love spawned by the Internet – the numerals 520 first gained popularity as online slang for “I love you” in China. While traditional gestures of affection such as flowers are still popular, more quirky offerings are also being promoted as part of the occasion this year.
By 2025 users of China’s online mutual aid industry will increase three times to reach 450 million, according to the whitepaper released by Ant Group on Thursday. China has dozens of online mutual aid platforms, with the three biggest players each having more than 10 million members.
The food delivery boom has been a lifesaver for many restaurants in China as they flock to online channels amid social distancing.