CASC lauded the “complete success” of the mission boosting China’s “space transportation technology from one-time use to repeated use”
Huaqiangbei market in Shenzhen, which houses thousands of shops selling key components like microchips and telephone parts to manufacturers, will be shuttered until Sept 2
An audit determined the technology has military applications which pose a national security risk to the UK.
The world's largest battery maker has reportedly been considering at least two potential sites where it can establish facilities to supply batteries to Tesla and Ford.
Huang Yimeng, 40, who was ranked last year by Forbes to be worth $1.2 billion, said he was making preparations to move abroad for family reasons
The accident involving a Nio test vehicle that reportedly plunged off the fifth floor of the company's headquarters in Shanghai had become "one of the most discussed topics on Weibo"
China tech firms listed in Hong Kong rose as much as 2% on state support for the fintech industry before shedding gains
Tencent told staff it will set up a subsidiary tasked with building an extended reality business as the race to compete against Mark Zuckerberg's Meta heats up.
US Senator Mark Rubio says companies marketing surveillance technologies developed in China should not be allowed near critical US infrastructure, such as a Florida rail line
The Bitcoin mining ban in China last year had collapsed its crypto markets. Despite that, the country has reemerged as a major bitcoin mining hub, according to research by the UK's University of Cambridge.
China’s achievement was made with local technology, which it was forced to develop due to Washington's imposition of technology sanctions