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Thursday, 4 May 2017

China has plans for its own Wikipedia

China has plans for its own Wikipedia

With a team of contributors amounting to about 20,000, China is working on creating its own version of Wikipedia.

Wednesday, 11 Jan 2017

Pokémon GO still banned in China, for all the wrong reasons

Pokémon GO still banned in China, for all the wrong reasons

Pokémon GO has never been available in China, but bootlegged versions of it have been spawning on a semi-regular basis. Today, we found out why. Sort of. Read on to find out more.

Saturday, 26 Nov 2016

Facebook develops censorship software catered towards China

Facebook develops censorship software catered towards China

In order to tap into the Chinese market, Facebook is working on software that censors posts to meet the country’s strict policy. Find out what Facebook is doing here.

Saturday, 19 Nov 2016

China threatens to stop selling American cars and iPhones

China threatens to stop selling American cars and iPhones

Wary of Trump’s possible recklessness in disrupting China’s trade ties, the Communist party threatens to slash sales of iPhones and U.S. cars in China. Find out more here.

Thursday, 20 Oct 2016

Netflix delays launch in China, will license shows in the meantime

Netflix delays launch in China, will license shows in the meantime

Even the streaming giant has problems getting past the Great Firewall of China it seems. After years of looking into China’s media landscape, Netflix has just decided to halt all launch plans in the country for now.

Thursday, 22 Sep 2016

Exploding Galaxy Note7 units in China could cause a 'trust crisis' for samsung

Exploding Galaxy Note7 units in China could cause a 'trust crisis' for samsung

It doesn't look good for Samsung, as several users of the Galaxy Note7 in China have posted pictures of their burnt devices online.

Tuesday, 2 Aug 2016

Uber gives up in China, joins forces with competitor Didi

Uber gives up in China, joins forces with competitor Didi

Uber is giving up any hopes of establishing an independent presence in China, and have instead decided to partner up with its Chinese rival, Didi.

Saturday, 9 Jul 2016

Alibaba and SAIC introduces the 'internet car'

Alibaba and SAIC introduces the 'internet car'

Alibaba and SAIC collaborated in the production of the Roewe RX5, a compact SUV that also comes with an infotainment system that can interact with other internet connected devices.

Tuesday, 5 Jul 2016

Apple is being sued by a Chinese media watchdog over a propaganda film

Apple is being sued by a Chinese media watchdog over a propaganda film

Things aren’t looking too good for Apple in China, as the Cupertino-based company is being sued by the subsidiary of China’s media watchdog, The State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT), for broadcasting a propaganda film from 1994.

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