Huawei Cancels Laptop Launch, Ventures into Self-Drive Cars

Reports have it that the Chinese tech giant, Huawei had initially scheduled to launch their MateBook X Pro earlier this week, but due to the bites from the United States government, they have suspended the launch with every chance of it being cancelled. The Huawei’s consumer device chief, Richard Yu confided with the CNBC about […]
  • Augustine Ojeh
  • June 15, 2019
  • 0

Google invests in Chinese e-commerce firm

Google hoping to gain an edge in the e-commerce industry In an attempt to grow its e-commerce arm and combat giants like Amazon and Alibaba, Google and announced that they will create a partnership. Google announced that it will invest $550 million in the Chinese e-commerce firm. The partnership will combine Google’s technological advancements […]
  • Ben Norman
  • June 20, 2018
  • 0

White House imposes tariff on Chinese goods

Is there a trade war in the US’s future? The Trump administration announced it will impose a 25% tariff on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods this Tuesday. The list of goods is yet to be announced, but if rumors hold, this could include automobiles. The list of imports will be released on June 15th. […]
  • Ben Norman
  • May 30, 2018
  • 0

China Trades Luxury Goods for Adidas?

China’s luxury market is facing some new competition. In 2015, half of the global luxury market consisted of Chinese consumers. These consumers are now setting their eyes on sportswear. But why did this trend surface? There are but two reasons. Recently, luxury goods are becoming less accessible to the Chinese middle class due to last […]
  • Joanna Mei
  • July 9, 2016
  • 0

Chinese Tycoon Angers Homeless over Publicity Stunt

A Chinese businessman treated homeless people to lunch at a Central Park restaurant on June 26, but the meal ended up angering them. Chen Guangbiao, a Chinese tycoon, treated more than 200 homeless people from the New York City Rescue Mission to the Loeb Boathouse Restaurant with sesame-seed-encrusted tuna, beef filet and berries with cream […]
  • Cho KwanLi
  • July 2, 2014
  • 0

WeChat Helps Hospital Patients

  WeChat, China’s top mobile messaging application is being used to make hospitals more efficient and help improve patients’ overall visiting experience. Improving hospital services is a priority because China’s top hospitals see an average of 10,000 patients on a daily basis. Outside pressure has had an adverse effect the behavior of doctors, which thereby […]
  • Blaine Martin
  • June 17, 2014
  • 0