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...

China mulls new commission to monitor internet risks

A proposed new cyber security watchdog will prevent online products and services from being manipulated by foreign forces and safeguard Party and government departments...

China’s WeChat leading the way

While the titans of the digital era such as Facebook and Google (or its parent company Alphabet) look unstoppable at present they are not...

Something to Crow About: Ivanka Trump Visits Chinese New Year Party

Chinese social media lit up Thursday over an appearance by Ivanka Trump and her daughter at a Lunar New Year celebration at Beijing’s embassy...

Alibaba founder Jack Ma sets up Australian scholarship programme in honour of late friend

By Jane Cai Chinese billionaire Jack Ma plans to donate US$20 million to fund a scholarship at an Australian university to honour a late friend from...

QQ Blocks Thousands of Accounts for Selling Private Information

(Beijing) — The developer behind the widely used Chinese instant messaging service QQ said that since last fall, it has suspended or closed over...

Translation: Next Weekly Interview With Guo Wengui

Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui, who has suspected ties to China’s intelligence apparatus and is currently living in New York, began releasing allegations of corruption and division among top...

98% overseas Chinese boycotts President Xi’s African Dream

Yesterday in his public speech, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced another $60 billion package of aid, investment and loans to Africa, against a backdrop...

China uncovers massive underground network of Apple employees selling customers’ personal data

Chinese authorities say they have uncovered a massive underground operation run by Apple employees selling computer and phone users’ personal data. Twenty-two people have been...

China’s digital media is booming, but breaking in can be tricky

China has a notorious reputation as a hub for counterfeits, but that's far from the case in its digital media scene, where a unique...
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