While Chinese companies won’t be the first to deliver road-ready lidar systems, they could be the first to do it at a practical price.
In this episode, James, Elliott, and Michael Norris discuss the quarterly earnings of Baidu, Tencent, and JD, while also answering questions from listeners.
China’s big tech vow to up tech investment to keep up with post-pandemic trends—including changing government priorities and a wave of new regulation.
Over the past month, the concept of the post-Moore era has been a hot topic for China’s government and the chip industry.
The BEYOND Global Investment Summit will gather global A-list VCs to build a network with innovation at its core and advance the development of businesses with the help of their expertise.
Following its IPO, JD Logistics should consider working with JD.com competitors like Alibaba’s Tmall, Pinduoduo, and Douyin.
There’s more to Big Tech cultures than 996. When you join, you pick a new name, and you might not be told who the bosses are.
Wang Haijia ruminates over the time he has spent as a delivery driver, highlighting the dangers of the job and comparing it to other work.
China crypto will increasingly face regulatory pressure, but blockchain in China is still in good shape, possibly the best it’s ever been in.
As the government pushes carbon neutrality, venture capital firms are increasingly setting up cleantech funds to back novel companies
JD Logistics is a loss-making company that offers great service at lower profit margins. Can it fend for itself once it goes public?
As Meituan dominates food delivery, many of the restaurants whose food it delivers are struggling to get by. Regulators are asking why.