Bans on Tiktok and Wechat won’t have much affect on China tech investment in the US—because there aren’t many investors left to scare off.
Nio CEO William Li expects its swappable battery leasing program to be a big boost to its vehicle sales and gross margin.
Bytedance isn’t just Tiktok. The Beijing-based company is the world’s most valuable tech startup. Here are seven things you should know about it.
China’s digital currency is now undergoing cautious trials, and won’t be coming for another year.
Designed for senior leaders and decision-makers, Corporate+ offers corporate members an all-in-one service across different cities in China.
What did the pandemic change about work in China tech? Not as much as you might think. Some are even glad to get back to the office for 996.
Chinese diaspora in the US will suffer the heaviest consequences of a US Wechat ban, not the Chinese government.
A new draft regulation heralds a new era in China’s data economy, one that reaps the benefits of its immense data resources.
It’s competitors have looked to Tesla, but Li Auto wants to be China’s Toyota. Can its hybrid compete with Nio and Xpeng’s all-electric cars?
Elite boards that can overrule the board of directors are the latest fad in Chinese tech corporate governance.
As India pursues tech self-reliance, Chinese companies are increasingly unwelcome—but can India’s tech industry flourish without its neighbor?
As QVC-like digital sales sweep China, merchants have started to believe that you can sell anything if it’s on a popular e-commerce livestream. It turns out that there are limits.