Tencent to launch e-pass in Greater Bay Area in support of national planTencent to launch e-pass in Greater Bay Area in support of national planInternet giant Tencent will soon launch a digital pass system to facilitate travel, mobile payment and personnel exchange in the Greater Bay Area, which the Chinese government wants to build into an integrated economic and business hub that links Hong Kong, Macau and some cities of Guangdong provinc

News app Today's Headlines to transform into social media platformNews app Today's Headlines to transform into social media platformChina's personalized news app Today's Headlines is trying to transform its role from an algorithm-based news aggregator to an innovation-…

Tencent expands presence in China’s Xiongan New AreaTencent expands presence in China’s Xiongan New AreaChina’s tech giant Tencent Holding Ltd signed a strategic partnership agreement last week with a local government, under which the compa…

Baidu takes big lead over rivals in autonomous car raceBaidu takes big lead over rivals in autonomous car raceChina's technology giant Baidu has stolen a march on its domestic rivals to develop fully self-driving cars, which are expected to genera…

Alibaba to spend $2.9bn to buy stake in China's biggest hypermarketAlibaba to spend $2.9bn to buy stake in China's biggest hypermarketAlibaba Group announced on Monday it will spend $2.88 bn on an aggregate 36.16 percent stake in Sun Art Retail Group, China's biggest ope…

Airbnb unveils new China strategy after management shakeupAirbnb unveils new China strategy after management shakeupAirbnb has announced its new plans for China, where the American online marketplace and hospitality service provider will strengthen coop…

China’s third-largest bike sharing company closes amid financial troubleChina’s third-largest bike sharing company closes amid financial troubleBluegogo, China’s third-largest bike sharing company, has reportedly run into financial trouble with unpaid wages and users struggling t…



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