Internet Category

China’s social networks and digital media giants have been ranked among the country’s most valuable brands due to their cumulative reach of four billion users.Read More
Airbnb is doubling down on China's rapidly-growing travel sector with a new name, an expansion of its trips service and more aid for Mandarin speakers.Read More
Nearly 80 percent of shoppers would like their e-payment records to be accepted as proof for refunds or exchanges, according to a newspaper survey.Read More
As Chinese people are very tech-savvy and highly mobile-centric, targeting them on their mobile became an important mission for advertising companies, following the digital footsteps of Chinese tourists to overseas travel destinations.Read More
Police in Central China's Hunan province have been praised on social media for their response to online requests for help from Chinese tourists, whose travel documents were stolen in Vietnam.Read More
Recently Starbucks‘ announced a partnership with Tencent Holdings in China to co-create a new social gifting feature on WeChat, China’s leading social media platform. Read More
Access to the web is suppressed in many countries such as Pakistan, Russia, Turkey, North Korea, Cuba, Iran and Saudi Arabia.Read More
WeChat censors content for all users registered with Chinese phone numbers even if they travel overseas or switch to an international number.Read More
Volkswagen stated on Thursday it is in talks with China’s Didi Chuxing to establish a high-end ride-hailing service, while likewise revealing enthusiastic sales objectives for electrical and hybrid automobiles in the world’s significant automarket. Read More
US-based luxury brand Coach officially shut down its portal on Alibaba-owned Tmall last week, reports The Wall Street Journal.Read More