This list of our five favorite successful campaigns is proof that the crowdfunding trend in China is showing no signs of slowing down.
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Founded in 2011, Chunyu now has 30 million active users consulting with 40,000 online doctors about 50,000 daily health issues.
The app, which describes itself as a "work version of WeChat", reports 800,000 registered users.
Kimono puts the power of data analysis into the hands of anyone. No coding required.
As a start, Chope’s online reservation technology will be rolled out to the thousands of restaurants listed on City Weekend.
Gaming, dating, and chatting: former Zynga exec has created China’s most promising new social network
Tech in Asia sat down with founder Andy Tian to discuss Pengpeng, which he says already has 300,000 daily active users just two months after...
Consumers in China will account for about 20 percent of global luxury sales in 2015 - that's worth US$29.1 billion.
“Very cheap, very cheap. Special price for you.” With those words of false promise, many a tourist to China has been ripped off.
What makes Aipai stand out from the dozens of nerdy niche video aggregators out there? The secret sauce is Aipai’s suite of bespoke editin...
Chinese online education startup Xingshuai Teach today received a US$30 million series B round of funding from Northern Light Venture Capita...
A new update to Momo’s app for iOS heralds the arrival of the startup’s mobile advertising platform. But is it an awkward fit?
Wang says the company sold RMB 3 million worth of kits last year, and projects that number will hit RMB 20 million by the end of this year.
VM5′s premiere product, AdPlay, virtualizes an app demo on mobile and desktop browser to let users stream a demo of an app without downloa...
They’re not meant to replace WeChat or Weibo – indeed, many of these specialist social apps integrate with the country’s top social ne...
The latest model runs on Android 4.2, projects up to 180 inches diagonally at 1080p resolution, and offers 3D capabilities.
Haha isn’t China’s first carpooling app, but it looks to be the most promising so far.
JD’s new crowdfunding site launched earlier this month, and two of its projects made our top five list of favorites.