China Tech Investor: Ant Group, DCEP, crypto mining, and all things China fintech with Eliza Gkritsi
In this episode, James and Elliott are joined by TechNode’s Eliza Gkritsi to discuss Ant Group’s fate.
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Large font apps will help, but the biggest accessibility barrier for the elderly is complicated interfaces and offerings.
Re-commerce, or secondhand shopping, is growing fast in China. But users are finding scams and counterfeits mixed in with the bargains.
The Dali smart lamp, ByteDance’s popular but creepy homework assistant, appeals to remote parents but overlooks the needs of children.
Chinese companies are gaining ground in some parts of the automotive semiconductors market, in part thanks to acquisitions.
Spring Festival consumption is likely to remain strong in 2021, as consumers shift to online purchases and livestream.
China tech has suffered from Trump’s tech war, but the country’s tech watchers aren’t celebrating the start of the Biden administration.
Biden’s top advisors have said that they agree with the direction of Trump’s China tech policy, but will carefully review tactics. What will it mean for China tech?
996 is still a problem in China’s tech industry. It’s brutal to employees, and it’s questionable whether overtime work pays off even for companies.
Every penny a customer commits to pay on a platform is counted as part of GMV, whether or not they pay, or later get the money refunded.