And Alibaba is not the first major tech company in China to disrupt pig farming
Usually, sectors such as ecommerce and food delivery should experience a boom as people opt to stay at home.
By now you always know what is happening: Uber’s board is allowing Softbank to become a shareholder. Probably a huge relief for early investors of Uber, many of whom are desperate to exit as their funds approach maturity. Of course… Continue Reading →
Just a few months ago, you would hear Chinese bike sharing companies making announcements here and there, but not see actual bikes being deployed. Back then, all these public shows seemed to serve only one purpose – to tell the… Continue Reading →
Barely a few months ago, the bosses of China’s bicycle supply chain were beaming with joy. Their factories were all running full capacity while new orders still kept coming up, thanks to the booming bicycle sharing industry. Dozens of bike… Continue Reading →
Mbar, One of the leading operators of mini KTVs in China, has launched its business in Singapore. Mini KTVs are telephone-booth-like soundproof kiosks where people can isolate themselves from the noisy environment to sing karaoke. Their singing is usually recorded… Continue Reading →