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Several umbrella rental startups have secured angel financing which is highly debatable and controversial.

Zeebike wants to make e-scooter rentals more mainstream in China

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Ankerbox aims to cash in on China’s latest power bank rental hype (updated)

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China’s No.1 anime streaming site Bilibili to turn its 100 million viewers into a cash cow

With 100 million monthly active users aged under 24, China’s anime site Bilibili is launching a paying membership plan.

The top 8 AI startups in China

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Air Matters: the app based on big data supports a smart home system

The app by an independent developer was chosen as the Best New App multiple times in the China App Store.

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