This week, we’re trying out a new format with just the week’s news, but not to worry – we’ll have in-depth features and interviews coming in separate episodes. ...
It hasn't been a good week so far for Didi Kuaidi, China's biggest Uber competitor.
This US-based startup for office check-ins is expanding into Japan with the Japanese language and an important new client.
Qihoo has just launched a router with a signal-reduction feature it calls "pregnant woman." WTF.
This week get up to date with us on Softbank's robotic dreams, E3's best Asian games, and the latest insanity in China's crazy ridesharing app market.
Online education in China has gotten so big that even fancy British prep schools are getting in on the action.
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A new editorial in the CCP's official print mouthpiece suggests that a resolution for private-car apps may not be coming anytime soon.
A passenger says she was raped by the convicted-criminal driver of a ridesharing app in China. But which app was it?
Within the span of a week, we have three very different numbers popping up in the press about Uber’s business in China. What's going on?
Over the weekend, China saw at least two additional large-scale anti-authority protests sparked by private-car driver frustration with law enforcement practices...
This week: hacking scandals in India, protests spell trouble for taxi apps in China, PropertyGuru raises big money in Singapore, and Huawei demonstrates how tec...
China's State Council is planning to push for more rural entrepreneurship with a variety of programs aimed at making doing startups in the countryside easier.
Guangzhou sting on private car driver leads to protest, raises questions about Didi and Uber’s future
A recent protest in Guangzhou over private-car ridesharing apps highlights a new side of the debate over whether such apps should be legal in China - and the bi...
China wants to develop its tech startup scene. Here's why it should take a very close look at how things work in the Lion City.
Huawei's recent PR fail highlights a bigger problem: global and domestic PR teams that are totally separate.
Chinese social ecommerce startup Red just raised a series B round from GGV that will help it expand its overseas offerings.