In this episode, the guys are joined for the second time by John Artman, tech editor at the South China Morning Post.
James and Elliott are joined by Protocol’s Zeyi Yang, who shares his thoughts on Zhihu, the popular Chinese information-sharing platform that recently IPOed in New York.
In this episode, James and Elliott are once again joined by regular guest Michael Norris to discuss Kuaishou’s blockbuster IPO.
Elliott and James welcome Matthew Brennan to discuss his new book: Attention Factory: The Story of Tiktok and China’s Bytedance.
Given his track record and ambition, the move is significant, Kevin Mayer may be exactly what Bytedance needs to fuel its next stage of growth.
Bytedance is moving into gaming, but it’s not trying to overthrow Tencent yet. It’s a low stakes bet that will get big only if it succeeds early.
Games have driven transformation in payment, e-commerce, retail, and education.
Come for the code, stay for the movement.
If properly applied, MR could provide a major productivity boost to a wide range of industries.
Competition remains fierce in the crowded music streaming market. Xiaomi Music has become the first Chinese mobile phone manufacturer to obtain licensing rights to Warner Music’s catalog, while NetEase Cloud Music is adding video sharing features. However, established services Kugou Music (酷狗音乐 or “Cool Dog Music” in English) and QQ Music continue to dominate the […]