MXCHIP is a huge player behind the scenes of the Internet of Things (IoT) trend.
MOGU is a fashion information platform, used by tens of millions of women in China and abroad.
QYER, China’s largest one-stop travel platform, is enabling a new generation of independent Chinese travelers.
UMU uses technology to increase interactivity in training and education.
Juesheng aims to build a bridge between consumers and the most appropriate providers of educational services.
By fusing computer graphics with virtual reality, Light & Digital hopes to give customers amazing experiences.
Home rental platform Onehome is tailored for Chinese outbound travelers, making use of overseas Chinese hosts.
Goluk, a dashcam maker that focuses on short videos and live-streaming.
Xiaopeng Motors create internet-connected electric vehicles. They see themselves as not simply an automobile company, but rather as an automobile company in the tech sector.
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