International Edition


August, 26, 2016

Breaking News, World News and Taiwan News.
About Us
Contact Us
China Topics
  Business    National News    Local News    
  Beijing    Hong Kong    Macau    Shanghai    
  CEO Talks    
Xiaomi Corp is preparing to enter the US smartphone market "in the near future", employing the same online sales and social media marketing tactics that helped the six-year-old startup become China's largest privately funded technology startup.
Transactions during a five-day animation copyright fair in Dongguan, Guangdong province, reached 3.46 billion yuan ($520 million), according to the organizers.
Aliyun, the cloud computing brand of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, announced further moves within two years to help startups in the Binhai New Area of Tianjin with cloud computing services.
For the first time in the industrial history of the United States, the center of automotive technology is drifting away from Detroit, Michigan.
Edible oil imports set for rebound
Big appetite for mooncakes set to revive demand for palm oil in China
China's internet cafes in the 1990s were where socially awkward young men would shut themselves off the real world and get immersed for long hours on end in video games.
O2O service links millions to family doctors
It used to be a big headache for Xu Li when her children got sick. She would search the internet for solutions and call friends for suggestions, but usually ended up rushing to a hospital where she sometimes had to queue for hours before seeing a doctor.
Chinese vendors driving India's smartphone market
India's smartphone market posted a 17.1 percent sequential rise in shipments to 27.5 million units in second quarter this year, with China's Lenovo, Xioami and Vivo driving the growth, market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) said on Friday.
Students in a gaming league of their own
If you think only e-commerce and love go cross-border these days, think again. Gu Qiyun knows better. She is busy making preparations for a cross-border gaming tournament.
China's state broadcaster has questioned the authenticity of the video of Syrian boy Omran which went viral worldwide, alleging it may have been faked as part of a Western "propaganda war."
1 Comment
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10    <   Prev    Next   >
Subscribe  |   Advertise  |   RSS Feed  |   About Us  |   Career  |   Contact Us
Sitemap  |   Top Stories  |   Taiwan  |   China  |   Business  |   Asia  |   World  |   Sports  |   Life  |   Arts & Leisure  |   Health  |   Editorial  |   Commentary
Travel  |   Movies  |   TV Listings  |   Classifieds  |   Bookstore  |   Getting Around  |   Weather  |   Guide Post  |   Student Post  |   Terms of Use  |   Sitemap
  chinapost search