Inside China's Startups
Get up close with some of the most innovative minds behind new tech that permeates every facet of life in China.
As an early entrant in China’s plant-based meat sector, Plant Professor is blending modern healthy eating with traditional food forms.
The four-legged Go1 robot typifies the rapid progress of the robotics industry in China, says founder and CEO Wang Xingxing.
The Chinese startups that KrASIA found most interesting in the first half of 2021 span multiple sectors: holograms, payments, digital twins, wellness, and blockchain.
The startup aims to produce 7nm chips specifically for automobiles, competing with big names like Qualcomm, Nvidia, and Samsung.
The startup is looking to streamline and standardize business processes for Chinese SMEs doing business abroad.
Tiantian Xuenong aligns with government directives to cultivate a sophisticated agricultural sector.
Awareness about the importance of mental health is rising in China, buoyed by younger generations and apps looking to make a difference.
The startup integrates various blockchains into a single interoperable network, while also lowering costs for developers.
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