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In a chase for Chinese customers, Uber is now going after their wallets — their digital wallets, that is.
The ride-hailing company said on Tuesday that it would begin to let Chinese customers pay for rides using popular Chinese digital payments app Alipay when they travel to more than 68 countries and 400 cities. 555 more words
Baidu, the dominant search engine in China, is being investigated by government regulators after social media users criticized the quality of medical ads appearing in its searches. 165 more words
It was May 1st, also known as Labour Day in China -a national holiday- and guess who was working all day? That’s right: me!
Although, it wasn’t so bad because in the afternoon we had an outdoor class and it turned out to be an amazing afternoon that I wouldn’t have missed. 348 more words
Uber’s announcement today that is will allow Alipay’s 450 million Chinese clients to use the online payment service to pay for rides in all of Uber’s markets is what’s known as… 153 more words