It is the most downloaded free app in 2013 among all categories in China’s App Store.
The app by an independent developer was chosen as the Best New App multiple times in the China App Store.
Chinese food startups aim to be China’s Mcdonald’s with the help of the Internet.
Investors bet on the power bank rental market by pouring cash into several startups.
With more Chinese women wanting to be well informed on sexual health and pleasure, business opportunities also follow.
From robotics to voice recognition and gene exploration, AI is pushing the edges of tech in China.
The startup hopes to enter the big data sector by making highly accurate air monitors that support Apple HomeKit.
Bike-sharing isn’t the only change happening on the streets of China’s cities
The startup provides learning kits for school-aged children to learn coding and build bots.
“Bike thieves” are making an all-out effort to sell vandalized bikes online.