Two executives from Kuaishou’s international arm have left the company after failing to meet the firm’s globalization expectations in 2021, Chinese media outlet LatePost reported on Wednesday. Shao Kai, the operational head of Kuaishou’s global video-sharing app Kwai, and the company’s head for the Southeast Asian market, who the report refers to simply as “Zack,” have resigned from their positions. Kuaishou has already named new executives to oversee these parts of the business, who will report directly to Qiu Guangyu, Kuaishou’s globalization lead. In an October reshuffle, the Beijing-based firm integrated its global apps for different markets into one single app, Kwai, and called off its expansion to new overseas markets. The management reshuffle in Kuaishou’s global division comes after the short video app made major job cuts across key teams, including e-commerce, algorithms, and globalization, at the beginning of 2022. [LatePost, in Chinese]