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After stints at Google and Baidu the millennial tech whiz joined Kuaishou as CEO, which now claims 300 million daily active users who spend an average of 85 minutes on the app – watch out, TikTok
Li Ziqi inadvertently kicked off an online battle about the origins of kimchi last month: are rice cakes – niangao and tteokbokki – the next Asian staples up for debate?
Pop Mart founder Wang Ning, a 33-year-old from China’s Henan province, opened his first store in 2010 – now he has 200 in 21 countries and is valued at US$3.2 billion
This softly spoken 30-year-old was recently crowned the most-popular Chinese-language vlogger on YouTube by Guinness World Records – and somehow sparked a net controversy over kimchi
Chinese cocktail enthusiasts can’t stop sipping on regional craft gin brands – whether Porcelain Shanghai Dry Gin, the first distiller to use Mongolian juniper berries, or the blood red Dragon’s Blood
Meet ‘Madam Pang’, the multitalented scion of the family behind Kasikorn Bank, which boasts US$98 billion in assets – did you know she’s the chairwoman of a football team and author of a memoir?
Seven in 10 Singaporeans are open to recycling, swapping or upcycling clothes and now there are local and regional brands to answer their needs with creative and sustainable solutions
She’s been playfully compared to Breaking Bad’s Walter White for her career change – now the Hansoh Pharmaceutical founder is 2020’s richest self-made billionaire
Programming prodigy Cai Jingxian was part of the 3-man team that built the mainland’s leading internet marketplace – now he’s a partner and a yuan billionaire
For these internet celebrities, fame and sales translates to great influence and wealth – this is how they’re using it for good
High-end fashion houses are adding restaurants with celebrity chefs and hospitality to retail outlets as they look for more immersive engagement with customers
Yang Mi, Kris Wu and Luhan are among the prominent Chinese celebrity ambassadors directing their huge fanbases towards powerful global brands
Alibaba, Foxconn, Xiaomi, and Qatar and Abu Dhabi’s sovereign wealth funds have backed the electric carmaker’s meteoric rise – could it seriously topple Tesla?
Born on a dairy farm, he attended Peking University, founded his first IT start-up at 21 and has invested in more than 40 companies
The true life ordeal of 4 of the region’s most famous businessmen who were kidnapped by triads or criminal gangs – but only 3 were ever seen again
The founder of home appliance giant Midea likes to keep a low profile, but after his dramatic escape from being held hostage, his life is firmly in the spotlight
Alibaba founder Jack Ma to Baidu’s Robin Li, Xiaomi’s Lei Jun and Liu Qiangdong of JD.com – the universities which breed billionaires revealed