As Southeast Asian economies take off, the region is choosing between Silicon Valley and Chinese models of the online world.
Hello Transtech, an Alibaba-backed mobility unicorn, is streets ahead of the bikesharing firms that have come before it.
Reddit is a relic of an older internet—and China isn’t the biggest force for change.
Traditional automakers win out as subsidy-fueled EV bubble bursts.
Watch out, Facebook—there’s a new challenger in town. Who knew it would be Vine 2.0?
Podcasts in China are growing, but unlike what you see anywhere else.
Meituan has grown by beating older companies at their own game—but how long can they last without innovating?
Douban had a great run. As Jane Li wrote recently in Quartz, political pressures have finally gotten to one of China’s last mainstream outlets for relatively free discourse. In the past few weeks, many popular groups have been deleted, and the newsfeed feature has been blocked, in turn dramatically stifling community interaction. Yu Han’s viral […]
More needs to be done, but China’s first major step into the global AI principles conversation is a welcome sign.
Slowing retail growth and competition from other shopping festivals took toll on China’s Singles’ Day.