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How China’s KOLs convert fans to sales, creating a nearly $9b industry

The Kardashians may have been able to create an entertainment phenomenon in the US by revealing their luxurious lifestyle through a long-running reality TV series, but Chinese key opinion leaders (KOLs) have been able to convert fans and generate sales on a level their Western peers can only dream o

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China may use facial recognition to stop kids from live streaming

If you’re under 18 in China and want to play one of the most popular mobile games in the world, Honor of Kings (aka Arena of Valor), you will need to pass an AI facial recognition test. Soon, even tuning into live streamed videos might require the same.

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In China, you’ll soon be able to pay your subway fare with your face

China has led the world in adoption of smartphone-based mobile payments, reaching the point where its central bank had to remind merchants not to discriminate against cash. And the next phase of development may be to pay with your face.

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China Is Catching Up to the US in AI Research–Fast

At the world’s top computer-vision conference last June, Google and Apple sponsored an academic contest that challenged algorithms to make sense of images from twin cameras collected under varied conditions, such as sunny and poor weather.

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盟友無法不跟從 華為金絲雀垂危

一、 中美貿談,去周北京之會達成「原則性共識」,據說雙方已着手草擬「諒解備忘錄」;不過,具體問題仍「夜短夢多」,說「夜短」,是因為特朗普定下的「休戰期」,從今天起計只餘十天,雖然同一團隊的中美貿代本周

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China’s gig economy losing ability to absorb laid-off factory workers

With the Chinese economy slowing, concern has increased among Chinese policymakers about the outlook for employment, since ensuring a sufficient number of new jobs is seen as a necessary ingredient in maintaining social stability in the country.

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In brief: ‘Tesla of China’ raises $650m in convertible bond

Shanghai-based Tesla rival Nio has raised US$650 million in a five-year convertible bond. The electric carmaker plans to use the proceeds for research and development, sales and marketing, and manufacturing facilities development.

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2018 ,中國創業黃金時代結束的一年

若干年後再回首, 2018 將成為中國商業的里程碑。越是低谷,越能看到創業者是何種人類。

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16 Ways QR Codes are Being Used in China

We’ve talked a lot about the rise of QR codes in Asia, but they may now finally be moving from being a “joke” to being more widely adopted in other places as well. Simply put, QR codes let you hyperlink and bookmark the physical world.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2wJpXwt

Edith Yeung’s 2017 China internet report

Our very own 500 China partner Edith Yeung just released her China internet report. This 67-page report includes everything you need to know about China internet landscape including China vs.

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Why China’s music streaming is leading the world

Image credit: Youtube. Some might imagine that Chinese customers would rather pirate songs than pay for them. However, anti-piracy moves by the government seem to have paid off. Beyond that, China has become a fertile market for music and content streaming.

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兩強對決陰霾密布 習主席口誤惹猜疑

一、 去周《經濟學人》以「危機四伏的中美對抗」(China vs America: A dangerous rivalry)為主題,封面圖像以美國「國鳥」禿(白頭)鷹嵌入龍首,非常生動切題且彰顯了龍的威猛!自從特朗普政府「主催」啟動這場中美貿易戰之後

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多家外資行傳要求員工推遲到中國

繼瑞銀、瑞士寶盛銀行傳出禁止財富管理部的員工到中國出差後,路透引述消息人士透露,多家外資銀行包括花旗、渣打、法國巴黎銀行及摩根大通等,亦要求私人銀行員工推遲或重新考慮前往中國計劃。

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彭斯發表美國對中國政策講話(全文)

肯(哈德遜研究所總裁兼首席執行官Kenneth R. Weinstein),感謝你的介紹。尊敬的各位理事、白邦瑞博士(Dr. Michael Pillsbury)、各位尊敬的嘉賓以及「以非傳統方式思考未來」的在座各位,能來哈德遜研究所演講是我的榮幸。

Read more: https://www.hkcnews.com/article/15438/彭斯-中美關係-15438/彭斯發表美國對中國政策講話(全文)

中國有無債務危機?

中國的總國民儲蓄率,一向是世界主要經濟體中最高的。(彭博資料圖片) 中美貿易戰戰火早已蔓延至科技戰場,我在友報亦曾就此發表過一些文章。下一個受到牽連的領域,很可能是金融市場。美國人財技高超,但中國資

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中國八十後首富

拼多多創辦人黃崢白手興家,不到三十歲已賺到人生第一桶金。(網上圖片) 美國科網股小股災,最新登陸Nasdaq的中國網購股「拼多多」卻一枝獨秀,上周四掛牌首日飆升四成,市值達300億美元(逾2300億港元);按上周五收

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China’s Biggest Tech Unicorns Stampede to Go Public

An unprecedented wave of Chinese technology companies is accelerating plans to raise money from the global capital markets, hoping to leverage investors’ optimism about the sector and lock in buoyant stock valuations.

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威權政體+大數據+物聯網=無敵天下?

我們早前談及科技公司對中國、世界的影響時,介紹了「芝麻信用」一類「個人大數據」。坊間對這個為每人「評分」的信用系統議論紛紛,並以科幻諷刺劇集《黑鏡》(Black Mirror),或1984名句「Big brother is watching you」預警

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16 Ways QR Codes are Being Used in China

We’ve talked a lot about the rise of QR codes in Asia, but they may now finally be moving from being a “joke” to being more widely adopted in other places as well. Simply put, QR codes let you hyperlink and bookmark the physical world.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2wJpXwt

Edith Yeung’s 2017 China internet report

Our very own 500 China partner Edith Yeung just released her China internet report. This 67-page report includes everything you need to know about China internet landscape including China vs.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2wFSa7q

Why China’s music streaming is leading the world

Image credit: Youtube. Some might imagine that Chinese customers would rather pirate songs than pay for them. However, anti-piracy moves by the government seem to have paid off. Beyond that, China has become a fertile market for music and content streaming.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2tAxb3V

At a Shanghai Ikea, lonely senior citizens look for love and a place to call their own

On a recent afternoon, Sun Zhicheng, a 70-year-old retiree from Shanghai, walked into the cafeteria of the Ikea store in the city’s central Xuhui district, just as he has every Tuesday and Thursday for the past three years.

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China Makes New Supercomputing Gains

China has bolstered its claim to leadership in the highest reaches of computing with a supercomputer that was built with domestic processor chips.

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Lessons from China’s Live Stream Bubble — The Information

Every few years, China’s tech industry sees a new bubble: a few years ago, it was Groupon-like services; then it was “O2O” (online-to-offline). Now Chinese investors are speaking of a bubble in live streaming apps, which number in the hundreds.

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