Weibo, China’s Twitter-like social network, continues to grow – albeit slowly. Weibo ended 2014 with 175.7 million monthly active users (MAUs).
Techweb reports Sina removed 5,500 "misleading" accounts, while Tencent purged nearly 26,000 from QQ, WeChat, and Tencent Weibo.
Chinese internet authorities have embarked on yet another campaign to force netizens to register online accounts using their real names.
If you're promoting your WeChat account on Weibo, you'd better stop it. Sina says it may silence and even ban users caught doing that after noon today.
10-second video app Miaopai has secured US$50 million in series C funding.
A quick trawl through the biggest news portals on the Chinese web show the leaked photos posted in full by supposedly reputable sites.
Want to become a pro eSports player and win $5 million like Newbee? Follow this illustrated guide by China!
According to Sina's cheat sheet for Chinese gamers, Doublelift is the best ADC in the US. Do you disagree?
Beyond the big screen, China's internet giants lie in wait as dominant future avenues to reach audiences, and they're all hungry for original content.
More than six months after China’s Twitter-esque Sina Weibo launched a mobile wallet, the social network is about to roll out user-to-user money transfers.
Yesterday at the Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai, Weibo CEO Wang Gaofei revealed that 70 percent of the company’s daily active users access its service on a mobile...
I interviewed about a dozen native Chinese people in Beijing to find out a) who they saw as their entrepreneurial celebrities and b) what they thought of them.
We project that China has 29.4 million people who watch or participate in eSports - nearly just as big of a market as the US.
The report says authorities found 20 articles and four videos posted by third parties that were found to promote pornography.
Weibo’s shares made their IPO debut at a mere $16.27, but the share price soon climbed up gradually.
Let’s look at all the facts and stats you need to know about Weibo, China's latest tech IPO to hit Wall Street.
Another scathing report documenting Sina Weibo's decline hit the press yesterday, just one week before the Twitter of China lists on the US stock market.
Sina Weibo will price its shares in the US$17 to $19 range. If it debuts at the top of that range, Weibo will raise $437 million.
The omen: the sad decline of “China’s Facebook” shows why you should avoid the IPO of “China’s Twitter”
Sina Weibo, often heralded as China’s answer to Twitter, will soon IPO in the US. It’s a good chance for investors around the world to get a slice of the social...