A user opens the Xiaohongshu app. (Image credit: TechNode/Eugene Tang) Editor’s note: This is a free sample of our members’-only content. Sign up now to make sure you don’t miss out on our best stuff. January 2019. I was incredibly bullish on Xiaohongshu (XHS). The platform seemed to have it all: fresh investment from one […]
China has become addicted to debt. Now, its tech industry is hooked too.
It’s common for companies to negotiate with workers individually, hoping to come to amicable terms of separation.
Companies providing coding classes have raced to expand, hoping after two years of intense development, many have already gone bankrupt.
It’s not all surveillance—apps built on the social credit system can find you a nanny, check on a business partner, or settle a parking ticket.
As the Chinese O2O market settles and room for scalability shrinks, an AI race is set to fire up again the competition in the sector.