China’s authorities tighten noose around online video content

Beijing has shut down online video services of three popular Chinese media sites in a swift action that unleashed financial shockwaves and posed a...

China’s crackdown on the country’s livestreaming craze is getting more intense

For China’s livestreaming craze, the party is over it seems—now that the Communist party has arrived. On Thursday, China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio,...

China Invites Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner to Visit Beijing

China has invited President Donald Trump’s daughter and son-in-law to visit later this year, according to people familiar with the matter, in the latest...

In China, universities teach classes on how to become internet famous

A 21-YEAR-OLD student walked around her campus in China using invaluable skills she learned in class: Holding a selfie stick aloft, she live streamed...

Bike-sharing boom travels from China to rest of the world

The bike-sharing boom reached Australia last week, as rows of 'free' yellow bicycles appeared on Melbourne's streets. Sydney is next, with hundreds of red...

In China, a Store of the Future—No Checkout, No Staff

At 8 p.m. one evening earlier this week, on a dark university campus with no option for grabbing a snack after studying into the...

Op-Ed: China’s copycat tech image is fading and that should worry US tech giants

Over the years, China has picked up an image of being a copycat in technology, creating knock-off products already produced in the U.S or...

Bike-sharing firm ofo debuts ‘princess bikes’ in China to woo women

Bicycle-sharing firm ofo is attempting to attract more women to its cause, after debuting its new "princess bike" last Friday (June 9). The Beijing-based company...

Apple’s new App Store policies target China’s online tipping economy

Apple has a tip for China—all online tips must go through Apple before they go anywhere else. This past week the hardware giant unveiled two...

China’s Communist Party seeks news influence through Australian media deals

As concerns mount over Beijing's grip on Australia's Chinese-language media, the Communist Party is working to shape the narrative of mainstream outlets too. China's state-controlled...
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