There are reportedly 500 million e-bike users in China, and several million delivery workers rely on e-bikes.Read More →
Consolidation in the Chinese travel industry sees two of China’s largest travel platforms combine leaving little room for lesser players to compete.
Our highlights of the day: 58, Ganji build largest part-time work platform, Bee Finance raises USD 4.7M, SegmentFault for software developers raises USD 10M.
Despite losing the top spot in the Chinese smartphone market, Xiaomi continues to expand with several new products including a potential Xiaomi Bus service.
Our highlights of the day: YotaPhone bought out by Chinese company, Xiaomi registers Xiaomi Bus, Alibaba, Meizu co-launch smartphone, Tesla to start producing in China, and Wang Sicong chairs new e-sports association
Hong Kong company Rex Global Entertainment has purchased 64.9% of Russian smartphone company Yota Devices becoming the controlling shareholder of the company.
AllChinaTech investigates how smartphone maker Xiaomi lost the top spot to Huawei, and suggests five reasons why Xiaomi is falling behind.
In an increasingly favourable climate, ex-Autohome Inc. CEO, Li Xiang, has set his eyes on the EV industry to found a new startup. Could Li become Elon Musk in China?
Chinese Menstruation Tracking App, Dayima, just finished a second round of fundraising worth USD 20M with assistance from founder Chai Ke.