Zuckerberg makes a second, more convincing attempt at speaking Chinese at Tsinghua University. His presence in the ancient Chinese capital of Xi’an went viral online.
Chinese authorities have tightened regulations over the Internet and social media with users now facing up to seven year jail terms for the spreading of “online rumors”.
Deng recently responded to accusations that she wasted two billion RMB on state search engine Jike. More on her rise and falls at Jike.
The Chinese government has issued compulsory screening and real-name verification for all letters and parcels, in an effort to stem the flow of recent postal hazards.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has played down the significance of Didi’s new investment in U.S. rival Lyft. AllChinaTech suggests four strong reasons he ought to take note.
Only one month after Alibaba changed up its hiring procedures, Baidu has announced, it too, will reign in its hiring impulses to improve efficiency.
In an open letter to authorities on Monday Didi Kuaidi argued increased oversight will affect competitiveness and produce negative outcomes for both drivers and passengers.
Could things get any more absurd? Alipay now insures policyholders against compensation claims stemming from their unwitting involvement in roadside scams.
The heat is on in the social messaging stakes with Alipay unveiling several new social functions for its mobile app including a news feed and self-destructing messages.