Airbnb sailed off course before landing its beachhead in China.
Lawmakers in Taiwan started looking into ways to legalize short-term rental services for some time now–but this is hardly good news for Airbnb, who is in the crosshairs of government scrutiny.
As many US-listed Chinese stocks go low, Hillhouse Capital has bucked the trend, being optimistic towards China-related assets.
China’s “re-commerce market” is predicted to reach RMB 1.25 trillion in 2020 as consumers shop for second-hand goods on online marketplaces.
How will online travel fare in China in 2020? It doesn’t help that the virus forced mass cancelations at the busiest time of the year.
Shares in the lifestyle services provider continued to gain during the national holiday, consolidating Meituan’s place as the third-largest internet company in China.
Games have driven transformation in payment, e-commerce, retail, and education.
Airbnb announced today that they are doubling down on China (in Chinese). They have introduced Trips, a service that gives travelers tips and ideas, is now live in Shanghai. In addition, Airbnb China has now been renamed 爱彼迎 (aibiying) which the company claims to mean “to welcome each other with love.” It could also mean “love […]
Say goodbye to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and welcome your new favorite apps. Here is everything you will need to navigate your China life. 1. Communication: WeChat (微信) The app to rule them all, WeChat is the very definition of indispensable in China. This is where you will connect with your friends, communicate with your […]
Held up as a beacon of LGBT hope in Asia, Taiwan’s gay tech employees tell a different tale.