Chinese Internet company Tencent is establishing a new advertising division in its Palo Alto office to provide services to American …
Shanghai, China, February 24, 2017 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – Thirty years ago, foreigners were coming to China for travel and leisure. Now Chinese themselves are both the biggest domestic consumers of travel and also the fastest growing segment of outbound international travel. With this enhanced exposure to Chinese tourism, China Hospitality News, the leading online Chinese-language travel… Read More
U.S.-based Starwood Hotels and Resorts is taking its brand message online to Chinese consumers with the introduction of actress Liu …
Chinese taxi-hailing app Didi is now available in America and users can complete payment via WeChat or Alipay with automated …
Chinese Internet tourism services provider Tuniu.com officially confirmed that Hainan Airlines Tourism Group has made a USD500 million investment in the company. On the completion of the transaction, Hainan Airlines Tourism Group will become the largest shareholder of Tuniu.com with about 24.1% of the shares. Tuniu announced in May 2015 that the company received total […]
Who said only Ctrip and eLong ruled the Chinese Internet travel world? LY.com, one of China’s many privately-run travel booking websites, announced that they have gained over CNY6 billion new investments from Wanda Culture Industry Group, Tencent Industry Win-Win Fund, and CITIC Capital. As the lead investor, Wanda Culture Industry Group invested CNY3.58 billion in […]
China’s Hainan Airlines Tourism Group and Lede Technology, a subsidiary of NetEase, have formally signed a cooperation agreement in Hangzhou to establish a new online travel company. Financial terms of the arrangement were not immediately available. HNA and NetEase had previously signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement in December 2014. Based on the framework agreement, […]
On Valentine’s Day, two of China’s taxi-hailing apps agreed to merge. But is this a good business decision and does it benefit consumers in China? China’s two leading taxi-hailing apps Didi Dache and Kuaidi Dache jointly announced on February 14, 2015, that the two companies will realize a strategic integration and they will hold an […]
Chinese search engine company Baidu recently reached an agreement with Nokia to provide map services to Chinese users outside China as Baidu aims to develop international businesses through mobile services.
Crushing masses of people, airborne viruses, and smelly air are not the only threats for travelers on Beijing’s subway system as a hacker has revealed a new technology exploit that can bring havoc to the capital city’s underground transportation maze.
More than a decade after the website sunk into oblivion, the new owners of the China.com domain name are hoping an international revival will grab users back to the site. Guoguang Global Media Holdings Limited, the industrial management platform of China Radio International, recently announced growth plans for its acquired business, China.com. Founded in May […]
Shanghai, China, January 4, 2014 /ChinaNewswire.com – Xinwengao.com/ – ChinaExpats.com, the go-to social network for expatriates, foreigners, and professionals in China, has expanded its free offerings to users now with unlimited free online classified ads. The new Classified Ads section is available to all registered users when the login. Users can upload images of any … >>>
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VIPmimi.com is revolutionizing content marketing in China through the syndication of exclusive promotional content for lifestyle and travel businesses in China.
Wang Dong, vice mayor of Guangzhou, said during a press conference that under southern city’s current plans, they will offer free Wi-Fi in important public places such as tourist attractions, most government affairs halls, human resource markets, hospitals, transportation hubs, and parks, by 2015.
China’s TravelSky Technology Limited and Sugon Information Industry Company Limited have signed a strategic agreement covering cooperation in joint research and big data analysis.
Perhaps as a sign of the sinking values of Chinese Internet businesses, CDC Corporation, a portal website operator, media and exhibition organizer, has sold its Internet portal business China.com to Guoguang Global Media Holdings Limited for a paltry HKD90.8 million.
Ibibo, the Indian joint venture invested by China’s Tencent and South Africa’s Naspers, has reportedly acquired an Indian online bus ticket website named RedBus.in.
American taxi service application Uber reportedly is seeking to fill several new job positions in Asia Pacific cities such as Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Bangalore, representing the company’s intention to vigorously expand into international markets.
With the backdrop of worries over a tourism drop in China because of the avian flu, Mafengwo.cn, a Chinese tourism social media website, announced that it has completed its B financing round of USD15 million and the investors included Qiming Venture Partners and Capital Today.
With worries that the new bird flu outbreak could constrict the Chinese travel sector, tourism company Qunar.com has plowed ahead and closed its latest investment round, gaining USD57 million from Baidu.com, Hillhouse Capital, and GGV Capital.
Chinese tourism website Ctrip.com announced that James Liang has been appointed chairman and chief executive officer of the company; and Fan Min has been appointed deputy chairman and president, effective from March 1, 2013.
Lotte’s duty free store has launched the Chinese-language Internet shopping website, providing convenience to the ever-growing Chinese tourists in South Korea.
Chinese social networking site operator Renren.com has announced the launch of a new social travel platform Fengche.com, which has already been running for a few months.
The China Internet Network Information Center has published a report on the activities of Chinese group buying users for 2011 in Beijing, stating that by June 2011, there were 42.2 million online group buying users in China, an increase of 125% compared with six months ago.
Alipay.com, the Internet payment subsidiary of the Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba, has announced that it has reached an agreement with OnCard International to acquire its third-party payment service subsidiary, OnCard Payments.
Chinese online travel website eLong Inc. reported its unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2010.
Chinese online travel website Ctrip.com International Ltd. reported its unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and the full year ended December 31, 2010.