According to a plan issued by the Shanghai Municipal Government on January 29, individual consumers will be given a financial subsidy of 10,000 yuan ($1,473) per vehicle when they purchase a pure electric vehicle before the end of June this year.
As the 2023 Spring Festival wound down, China's first domestically-made large jetliner C919 took its first flight on January 28 from Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport to Nanchang Changbei International Airport in Jiangxi Province.
With more than 200 million monthly active users, Xiaohongshu, a Chinese lifestyle-based social media platform, has integrated Conflux Network as a permissionless blockchain within the app.
A report from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention on January 15 showed that, based on optional nucleic acid testing data, positive cases across the country have showed a clear trend of increasing then decreasing since December 9 of last year.
On January 28, the first official working day following China's Spring Festival period, He Xiaopeng, Chairman and CEO of electric vehicle firm XPeng, issued an internal letter to all employees in which he briefly reviewed the previous year and put forward new plans for 2023.
According to Dengta, a Chinese movie data platform, the total box office proceeds from movies debuting during this year's Spring Festival holiday reached 6.734 billion yuan ($992 million), ranking second in Chinese film history and exceeding the 6.039 billion yuan recorded in 2022.
Li Xiang, the CEO of Chinese electric vehicle maker Li Auto, released a letter to all employees on January 28, mentioning that the company expects to become the global leader in the artificial intelligence industry in 2030.
On January 28, Gan Jiayue, the CEO of Chinese automaker Geely, set the general tone for the development of the company in 2023, emphasizing "speed, pushing limits and unlimited imagination."
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.
Before "The Wandering Earth 2" film officially debuts during China's upcoming Spring Festival holiday, a special watching event was held in Beijing on January 18. So far, the film's pre-sale box office proceeds have exceeded 100 million yuan ($14.75 million).
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.
Chinese automaker Geely will launch new cars every month this year, more than 90% of which will be new energy vehicles, with the main goal of increasing the firm's market share.
Su Hua, Chairman of Chinese short video streaming platform Kuaishou, reduced his holdings of 54,713,783 Class B company shares on January 18. Kuaishou responded that the proceeds will be used for charitable donations, cutting-edge technology and infrastructure investment.