Chang’e is a Moon goddess in Chinese legend, a central character in the annual Mid-Autumn or Moon festival. Her companion is Yutu, the Jade Rabbit. Photo: Undated Handout.Chang’e is a Moon goddess in Chinese legend, a central character in the annual Mid-Autumn or Moon festival. Her companion is Yutu, the Jade Rabbit. Photo: Undated Handout.
Chang’e is a Moon goddess in Chinese legend, a central character in the annual Mid-Autumn or Moon festival. Her companion is Yutu, the Jade Rabbit. Photo: Undated Handout.

Uncovering the hidden ambition behind the names of Chinese tech firms and scientific projects

  • Despite the global ambition of China and its tech giants, some of their most important companies and projects are still named in Chinese and spelled in pinyin

Topic |   China technology
Chang’e is a Moon goddess in Chinese legend, a central character in the annual Mid-Autumn or Moon festival. Her companion is Yutu, the Jade Rabbit. Photo: Undated Handout.Chang’e is a Moon goddess in Chinese legend, a central character in the annual Mid-Autumn or Moon festival. Her companion is Yutu, the Jade Rabbit. Photo: Undated Handout.
Chang’e is a Moon goddess in Chinese legend, a central character in the annual Mid-Autumn or Moon festival. Her companion is Yutu, the Jade Rabbit. Photo: Undated Handout.
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