No doubt that mobile is shuffling China’s Internet industry landscape. Even the most tech-savvy companies are struggling with the shift to mobile last year.

Tencent did great job in the mobile field with its WeChat, Mobile QQ, QQ Music among a handful of other offerings, while others aren’t so lucky in constructing their own mobile arsenal, like Baidu. Baidu Map is currently the only app the company could be proud of and even though the app confronted with serious challenges from the competitors. Even Qihoo 360 has a bunch of well-positioned apps with solid moat.

It’s out of question that Chinese Internet juggernauts will be keeping investing heavily into mobile industry to compete for the untapped market. Let’s take a quick glimpse into Chinese mobile internet from various aspects listed below.

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Chelsea Dong

She reads, travels, photographs and writes, with interests in chronicling China tech scene and interpreting how technology disrupts the way people live.