Live Streaming & Videos

Recently Kuaishou published its 2020 Biannual Content Report covering the first six months of 2020. The number of daily active users on the platform has reached 170 million, making the platform one of the most promising marketing channels. In order to help marketers get the latest insights about Kua...
Recently I saw a guy filming himself with his phone while crossing the street in China. It seemed like he was Facetiming with a friend. But he was actually doing a livestream, an extremely popular hobby for young people in China. China is way ahead of the rest of the world when it comes to embracing...
Video bloggers create original videos to create and appeal to their audience. There are various kinds of video bloggers in China, such as gamers, fashionistas, gourmets, and humour bloggers. Since Weibo is a relatively open platform with a large user base, these video bloggers usually post short vid...
Starting in 2016, live streaming in China has been making headlines in mobile Internet news. Its breakthrough in the booming mobile internet sector is because it offers smartphone users a new, more exciting and more immediate communication approach. Video can be streamed live using a multitude of mo...
When mentioning China’s beauty apps, you might think of Meitu Xiu Xiu. Meitu Xiu Xiu is a very successful beauty app that has recently got widespread international attention when hilarious photos of Donald Trump came out, processed by one of Meitu’s signature selfie filters. Other Chinese beaut...
Short videos are an industry in China. And they’re an industry that has witnessed rapid development thanks to the popularity of smartphones and upgraded communication networks. In March this year, Kuaishou, a popular short video app, was on the receiving end of a 350 million USD investment from Te...
Live streaming in China is becoming the most popular video format with more than 325 million online viewers in total, or 45.8% of Chinese netizens, according to The Chinese Live Streaming Report 2016. The revenue in live streaming is increasing along with its popularity and it’s predicted to be a...
Online video-sharing platforms shaped the way we consume videos since more than 15 years now. Viewers use these platforms to watch news and entertainment, express opinions or buy what they see. Even though YouTube and Youku are similar, Youku does a better job catering to brands’ needs. Difference...
Miaopai (秒拍) is a short video sharing and live streaming platform in China, first launched in 2011 by Yixia Technology (一下科技). It’s China’s answer to Vine. In 2013, Miaopai and Weibo established a strategic partnership that greatly increased Miaopai’s exposure and popularity and ma...
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