Xiaoxiao, an online integrated-services platform founded by three students from the Beijing Vocational College of Agriculture, aims to make life more convenient for students and faculty of BVCA by providing everyday services with a mere click of a button.

Students and faculty in BVCA are able to check their class schedules, top-up credit on their mobile phones, send items for printing via the online platform and even make an appointment to have their Android phones rooted, reformatted or reset to factory settings if required.

Users can also shop for snacks and groceries on the Xiaoxiao online marketplace, which promises to deliver the items within 15 minutes upon order.

Although such integrated service platforms are not uncommon in campuses in China, Xiaoxiao stands out via its online marketplace, which is rarely seen in similar platforms. The founders of Xiaoxiao also plan to launch a similar service for incoming students in July this year , called S+ One-Stop Freshman Services, where freshmen to BVCA are able to order daily necessities and items required to settle in at their new university campus.

Zen Soo

Zen is a tech journalist with a fondness for tech gadgets and pandas. She is also a full-time grad student studying business journalism at Tsinghua University, and often spends much time dreaming about...

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