Some small restaurants in Xi’an find the costs of working with Meituan unbearable, so they try to break free from the food delivery app.
It’s a great time to start a SaaS business in China, says VC principal Joshua Wu, but finding the right sales channels might be a challenge.
AI-powered edtech hasn’t taken root in China’s public schools, which face budget constraints and are reluctant to take on new education tools.
As cars get smarter, demand for automotive chips is rising—and Chinese firms want in. But so far, China hasn’t made a dent.
Hungry Panda is exporting the Chinese food delivery model to homesick students abroad. But is it just an overseas clone of Eleme?
In a plan for 2021-35, Beijing pursues domestic dominance and international competitiveness for Chinese “quality” NEV brands.
Trade tensions and the Covid-19 pandemic have hit China tech this year. But cross-border e-commerce platforms have kept shopping global.
A TechNode reporter takes on 30 million Singles Day livestreaming shoppers in a race to buy discount hand cream from the Lipstick King.
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