Features & Views
The vicious price war among Chinese couriers has taken a toll on an industry that’s often referred to as the “backbone” of e-commerce.
Arm China, the Chinese branch of Arm Ltd., announced on Aug. 26 it is now an “independently operated and Chinese-controlled” company.
In this episode, the guys are joined for the second time by John Artman, tech editor at the South China Morning Post.
Emerge is TechNode’s annual conference about emerging trends in China tech. It presents a strategic and forward-looking view of China’s tech sector in English with voices from experts and representatives of leading companies.
Under intensifying regulatory pressure, Chinese tech giants are scrambling to show their willingness to operate and invest in compliance with the state’s broad goal of “common prosperity.”
Most Chinese chip companies are spending about 18% of their revenue on R&D. That’s on par with the global norm. But since
There could be more consequences to come as Nio is in advanced plans to enter the competitive mass auto market.
In this episode, the guys are joined by regular guest Michael Norris to review some Q2 earnings highlights of Kuaishou, Tencent, and Xiaomi.
One month after China’s crackdown, we are getting a better sense which edtech firms will die, which will survive, and which could even prosper.
There’s signs that VCs are rethinking investments in China due to the country’s ongoing tech crackdown. But VCs on the ground are optimistic.
A new round of consolidation in China’s community grocery delivery market is wiping out all but the largest players.
With high costs, and competition from cheaper pirate recyclers, it will take more carrots and sticks for the battery recycling market to take off.
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