Chinese users from all over the country can now access online supermarket shopping services on ByteDance's short video app Douyin.
Full Truck Alliance, a Chinese digital freight platform, issued a statement on January 25 in response to a report by short seller firm J Capital Research, firmly denying allegations that it has overstated or falsified any operating or financial data.
Alibaba denied a rumor that it is planning to build global headquarters in Singapore, adding that the firm had participated in the construction of a joint facility in 2019 to provide office space for various Southeast Asian business units under Lazada and other subsidiaries.
US-based video game developer Blizzard on January 20 released competition rules for this year's Hearthstone tournament, showing that players in mainland China will not be able to participate.
A consumer in China's southern city of Shenzhen recently purchased octopus at Sam's Club, a US chain of membership-only retail warehouse stores owned by Walmart, only to find that there was a highly venemous blue-ringed octopus in the container.
A Chinese web user verified to be a fresh master's graduate from the elite Tsinghua University complained online recently that the monthly salary for a back-end development engineer at ByteDance was as low as 20,000 yuan ($2,947) per month.
Anta Sports, a prominent Chinese athletic wear company, announced on January 18 its largest personnel adjustment since listing publicly 16 years ago.
TCL Zhonghuan, a leading Chinese photovoltaic silicon wafers firm, announced on January 19 that its subsidiary plans to acquire 100% equity of Xinxin Semiconductor, accepting it as a wholly-owned subsidiary to rapidly expand its silicon wafer production capacity.
On January 18, an app that has been described as the first Chinese state-backed transportation platform reportedly got support from the country's Ministry of Transport. However, authorities declared that they had no relationship with the app.