Yuemei has over 1,100 registered practitioners in its marketplace, scattered across mainland China.
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Intel confirmed today that it’s paying RMB 9 billion (US$1.47 billion) to take a 20 percent stake in Chinese chip-maker Spreadtrum.
Today Malaysia-based iMoney announced it has raised MYR 13 million (US$4 million) in a new funding round.
Medtech startups in Singapore can look at this co-funding scheme for support. Two new accelerators have joined the program.
10-second video app Miaopai has secured US$50 million in series C funding.
Tiger Global pumps $30 million more into CommonFloor. ‘Challenge will be to maintain culture,’ says CEO
"The helpful, community nature is our core value and it is something we will have to keep our eyes on while we scale. We cannot spread too t...
Chinese IT education startup teaches you how to make your own Flappy Bird clone, gets $22M investment
Rather than dry and often theoretical university classes, Jike aims for a more applicable approach with instant gratification.
Haptik lets users get instant help for queries regarding products and services of 180 companies using a WhatsApp-like messaging channel.
Tiger Global coming on board as an investor will improve the odds of Indian startup Quikr in its battle with Argentina-based OLX.
Tencent has paid over US$830 million to accumulate this stake in 58.com, which is China’s answer to Craigslist.
Tokyo Otaku Mode is planning strengthen its overseas operations.
He advised those thinking about raising funds to do so immediately and worry less about their valuations.
This latest funding round for the Japanese startup comes on the heels of an $8 million input in April.
Fablic joins Mercari as flea market services raising hefty rounds.
For the first time, our monthly installment of China's best crowdfunding campaigns features more projects on JD than Demohour.
India’s top homegrown news reader app, NewsHunt, has secured INR 1 billion (US$16.5 million) in series B funding.
There isn’t a lot of investment happening for Indonesia’s education startups. This is one of them.
Woqu, an online travel agency for Chinese looking to make a trip to the US, has secured a US$20 million series B round of funding led by Ten...