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‘Sharing economy’ apps like Uber, carpooling services best suited to emerging economies, German start-ups find
Top 5 apps for Chinese gays and lesbians
Chinese want luxury but will forego brand names if price is right, says e-commerce retailer Biyao
China’s Meizu launches trendy m2 for under US$100 to win over young smartphone shoppers
​Didi Kuaidi, China’s top taxi-hailing app, launches personal chauffeur service

China’s market leading car- and taxi -hailing app Didi Kuaidi launched its new business Didi Chauffeur in Beijing on Tuesday, just days after authorities in Shanghai cracked down on unlicensed private car services.

3 Sep 2015 - 3:58PM

China’s market leading car- and taxi -hailing app Didi Kuaidi launched its new business Didi Chauffeur in Beijing on Tuesday, just days after authorities in Shanghai cracked down on unlicensed private car services.

​Didi Kuaidi, China’s top taxi-hailing app, launches personal chauffeur service
China’s Huawei says market rout won’t hamstring its profit growth, targeted IT revamp
Beijing spruces up Tiananmen Square for China's war parade
Chinese valet-parking app Ubo developing an ecosystem of personalised services
Bogus cop in China worked from a fake police station at home
Chinese man 'stabs wife and her mother to death during mediation at police station'
Son of China’s richest man gets apology after online shop JD.com leaks his personal data

Wang Sicong, the only son of China’s richest man and Dalian Wanda Group chairman Wang Jianlin, has found his way back into the media spotlight after he complained about an online shop leaking his personal data.

20 Jul 2015 - 6:23PM

Wang Sicong, the only son of China’s richest man and Dalian Wanda Group chairman Wang Jianlin, has found his way back into the media spotlight after he complained about an online shop leaking his personal data.

Son of China’s richest man gets apology after online shop JD.com leaks his personal data
Changing faces: Li Tao aims bigger with Apus Group following Qihoo success

The Post's WU NAN speaks to Li Tao, former vice-president of Qihoo 360 Technology who left last year to launch his own start-up - the Apus Group.

19 Jul 2015 - 9:56PM

The Post's WU NAN speaks to Li Tao, former vice-president of Qihoo 360 Technology who left last year to launch his own start-up - the Apus Group.

Changing faces: Li Tao aims bigger with Apus Group following Qihoo success
Tech-savvy Chinese travellers use mobile devices to book half of all trips abroad: survey
Nubia targets Europe with first smartphone since Chinese brand spun off from parent ZTE
Chinese car-hailing app Didi Kuaidi raises US$2 billion in funding, beating Facebook's record
Disneyland beware: Chinese property developer Wanda invests US$577m in record deal to 'reshape' tourism industry
China’s mobile internet ‘ecosystem’ taking shape but challenges remain
ChinaSoft’s Taobao-like platform may help software engineers close gap with India
Top 5 high-end Chinese smartphones
Laser Egg air quality monitor to give indoor pollution readings for Chinese market
Chinese premier Li Keqiang meets resistance as telecom operators fail to cut fees
Renren chiefs offer buyout as China’s ‘first Facebook’ falls out of fashion
China's Nubia becomes independent from ZTE to gain traction in smartphone market
China’s e-commerce boom to get a boost from new regulations to strengthen logistics industry
Beijing says taxi-hailing app Didi Kuaidi's private car services are 'illegal'
Market leader Didi Kuaidi launches carpooling service to take on 'the People's Uber'
Taxi drivers in Chinese city told to pull the plug on car-hailing apps
Hong Kong foundation teams with UK institutions to train China's future business and soccer leaders

A Hong Kong foundation has teamed up to open a business school at a British university to promote innovation and cultural exchanges between China and the UK.

31 May 2015 - 7:34PM

A Hong Kong foundation has teamed up to open a business school at a British university to promote innovation and cultural exchanges between China and the UK.

Hong Kong foundation teams with UK institutions to train China's future business and soccer leaders
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick visits China in wake of office raids in Guangzhou and Chengdu
IBM plans to offer analytical cloud computing services to meet growing China demand