China’s online travel platforms have seen transportation and hotel reservations rise as the Covid-19 epidemic shows signs of leveling off.
The new coronavirus outbreak is pressuring share prices for China’s biggest tech companies including Alibaba, JD, Baidu, and Ctrip.
Travel review site Mafengwo is still trying to figure out how you turn popular content into profits. With an IPO promised, it had better learn fast.
Meituan forays into ride-hailing and bike-rental services have been expensive gambits that haven’t yet paid off, but it has seen success in other efforts.
Trip.com is going global as its core China-based business face growing competition from local rivals like Meituan Dianping, and Alibaba-backed Fliggy.
Baidu has seen its profits slump amid increasing competition and government regulation.
John and Matt talk with Fritz Demopoulos, founding partner of Queens Capital, about his journey at Qunar.
Chinese homestay booking provider Tujia has announced that it has signed a strategic agreement with SiteMinder, a global cloud platform for the hotel industry. The new partnership underlines an increasing focus for the company’s global expansion efforts. The function is expected to become available to all hosts who use the service outside of China starting […]
TechNode has been organizing the annual “China Bang Awards” since 2011. Over the past few years, TechNode has witnessed a large number of emerging startups grow into unicorns. For the upcoming ChinaBang Awards 2018, TechNode has started a special report to review the history of China Bang Awardees. In 2017, a message from the art world […]
Bianlifeng (便利蜂), the operator of Chinese staff-less stores and smart vending machines, released a notice to its employees yesterday announcing that they will start pulling out vending machines from 38 cities in China an unnamed employee told Pingtu360. Except for the eight selected cities that they are currently testing the unmanned shelves in and the three […]