Here’s this week’s roundup of China tech stories.
Have you ever heard of “zero waste”? It literally means living with no trash, and a lovely Chinese-British couple in Beijing has been promoting the idea, with their social enterprise called the BULK HOUSE. Here’s an original story and video brought to you by Pandaily.
China’s biggest newspaper welcomed the possible return of Google on its twitter account, saying, “Google is welcome to return to the Chinese mainland but it must comply with local laws. All foreign internet companies in China should respect China’s internet management.” But the tweet disappeared soon.
ChinaJoy 2018, one of China’s biggest gaming exhibitions, brought forth a gaming feast for gamers and developers from August 3rd to 6th, in Shanghai.
Foreign entrepreneurs and investors who meet certain requirements now can apply for a new business startup visa piloted in select districts in Shanghai to live in China.
In the EV market, Tesla is planning to build its China factory with local bank loans considering the company’s current cash flow. Its Chinese startup rival,XPENG Motors, on the other hand, is receiving billions of investment.
People’s Daily posted on its twitter account to welcome Google back in China, indicating that this time the global internet giant might return for real.
Baidu‘s unaudited financial report shows the strong growth of all its businesses in the second quarter.
Chinese EV startup XPENG Motorsannounced the completion of its Series B+ round of 4 billion yuan, with lead investors including Primavera Capital Group and Morningside Venture Capital.
OPPO Find X Lamborghini Editionis now available for preorder at the price of 9999 yuan (around $1462).
In this episode of TechBuzz China, co-hosts Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma tell the story of Pinduoduo. Starting with the company’s founding in 2015, they trace the growth of the fastest app in the history of Chinese internet to list on a major exchange.