Powered by grassroots fans, Chinese ‘internet literature’ is big business. It does for Chinese film and TV what Marvel comics do for Hollywood.
Users are going to great lengths to help the firm navigate choppy waters and continue to push the NEV sector forward.
Shenzhen kids skip to the top of the line of China’s maker boom.
China’s legal system looks to mobile apps and AI to help shake its opaque image.
Putting an end to longstanding rumors that Huya was getting ready for its independent IPO, the live streaming site is now China’s first independent listed live stream gaming platform (strictly speaking Huya is a spin-off of parent company YY). According to the SEC prospectus, Huya listed on NYSE on May 11, 2018, 11pm Beijing time. […]