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Here are the hot trending topics in China last week:
Q&A on Bullet Messenger and its “Non-impactful Innovations”
Is the new messaging app “Bullet Messenger” really a strong challenger of WeChat?
What Can We Learn From China New Media Village?
How did a group of rural villagers in China become viral content providers…
Alibaba CEO Jack Ma Names Daniel Zhang as His Successor
Google Cloud Rumored to Enter China Through Chinese Cloud Computing Provider
DJI Sued for Patent Infringement by Its Chinese-backed American Competitor
iSpace Completes Rocket Launch, Adding Momentum to China’s Emerging Private Space Sector
Second Internet Court Opens in Beijing
Tesla Shanghai’s Registered Capital Rose to 4.67 Billion RMB
China’s Coffee War Escalates as Tencent Joins Hands With Luckin
China Academy of Information and Communication Technology Releases Blockchain White Paper
Fresh Produce E-Commerce Unicorn MissFresh Raises $450 Million in Series D Funding
Xiaomi and Huawei Among Top Five Wearable Companies According to IDC
OnePlus 6T Confirmed to Launch in October with In-display Fingerprint Unlocking
Vivo X23 Officially Released With Snapdragon 670 and In-display Fingerprint Scanner
Honor’s New 8X Series: Two Epic Budget Flagships Priced Below $300
Xiaomi Mi 8 Youth to be Launched in Chengdu
Xiaomi Launches First Smart TV in Indonesia at an Incredibly Low Price
In this episode, co-hosts Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma talk about the new messaging app, Bullet Messenger, which took the Chinese internet by storm. The key question is: is the app a true challenger to WeChat?