Kuaishou made headlines recently when the company’s shares nearly tripled when it went public on the Hong Kong stock market. It is not the only giant Chinese app little known in the West. Photo: Kuaishou Kuaishou made headlines recently when the company’s shares nearly tripled when it went public on the Hong Kong stock market. It is not the only giant Chinese app little known in the West. Photo: Kuaishou
Kuaishou made headlines recently when the company’s shares nearly tripled when it went public on the Hong Kong stock market. It is not the only giant Chinese app little known in the West. Photo: Kuaishou
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Five apps huge in China: Bilibili for video sharing, Pinduoduo for group buying, and more 

  • Bilibili has nearly 200 million monthly users, Didi is China’s equivalent of Uber, and Meituan is a consumer lifestyle super-app
  • Pinduoduo is one of China’s fastest-growing e-commerce platforms, and Xiaohongshu is a US$3 billion social media shopping app

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Kuaishou made headlines recently when the company’s shares nearly tripled when it went public on the Hong Kong stock market. It is not the only giant Chinese app little known in the West. Photo: Kuaishou Kuaishou made headlines recently when the company’s shares nearly tripled when it went public on the Hong Kong stock market. It is not the only giant Chinese app little known in the West. Photo: Kuaishou
Kuaishou made headlines recently when the company’s shares nearly tripled when it went public on the Hong Kong stock market. It is not the only giant Chinese app little known in the West. Photo: Kuaishou
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