Are bikeshare startups a reliable bank for deposits?

So far there are no regulations concerning the use of deposits.

Startup 101: Surviving and growing in China’s internet arena

How new startups can remain competitive in a market with slower growth and changing consumer mindsets.

Will vandalism shatter bike sharing in China?

Despite their popularity, bike sharing apps are struggling against an onslaught of vandalism.

Shanghai authorities to regulate bike sharing to keep away children

It turns out that bike sharing apps have created some risks to safety.

Beijing city releases its own bike-rental app to take on Mobike and ofo

The app doesn’t require deposits and is cheaper in rental fees.

What lessons mask startup Totobobo have learned from China

Totobobo’s foray in China’s highly competitive market for face masks

More than Airbnb: How Tujia swallowed the largest home-rental market in China

Although not the first of its kind in the world or even in China, Tujia managed to become China’s largest home rental platform.

Muniao offers travelers cozy dwellings at low prices

Muniao now has 300,000 homes and serviced apartments at 396 Chinese cities on its platform.

Meet Comper, China’s smart medical device maker to help women get pregnant

Comper Healthcare, a home medical devices maker, wants to help women get pregnant with a smart thermometer.

FiresVR aims to make VR tech more accessible and economical

FiresVR’s own JiDome VR glasses were launched in December 2015.



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