From semiconductors, to advanced manufacturing, to ‘internet innovation,’ China uses public ‘big funds’ to guide private capital into strategic tech fields.
China’s second landlord platforms are highly susceptible to downturns. Many have already collapsed—and there’s no guarantee even the largest will survive.
A lot of people were counting on a big 618 to kickstart consumption—and early numbers from China’s second-biggest shopping festival suggest it worked out.
WAIC 2020 will gather prominent experts from all over the world to discuss AI technology: its development, its applications, and its trends.
Merging Asia Hot-tech battle and Life’s a Pitch will be a win-win collaboration, increasing the benefits for startup founders in this tough period.
Who does India’s app ban really hurt more? China, or its own consumers and entrepreneurs. Delhi would be better advised to reconsider.
Luckin Coffee’s multi-billion-dollar collapse should alert investors to a “New China Hustle”—risks of falsified growth and management acting in bad faith.
We thought Taobao shopping festivals were about discounts. Turns out they’re just playing games with us.
Chaos in the C suite at Dangdang, Arm China, and Bitmain as managers test the limits of their powers—and sometimes sideline their own boards.
Tencent has become as much VC as tech giant as it’s amassed China’s largest portfolio of global startups in gaming and beyond.
Powered by grassroots fans, Chinese ‘internet literature’ is big business. It does for Chinese film and TV what Marvel comics do for Hollywood.
Three years ago funding for AVs was a free for all, but now late-stage startups are getting all the attention as the industry matures.