Posts Tagged ‘netease’

Chinese Government Joins Hands With Companies To Promote VR

virtual realityThe Industry of Virtual Reality Alliance has been established in China as part of the government’s effort to partner with …


NetEase Will Close Its Online Forums Next Month

Netease closureChinese Internet portal NetEase says that due to media business development needs, the company’s online forums will stop providing services …


No News Is Good News For Netease In China

netease-news“Panem et Circenses” (bread and circuses) was used in ancient Rome to curtail revolts and appease the citizenry. In today’s …


Online News In China Gets Wakeup Call

Communist China soldierNews media in China ostensibly operate to reinforce and promote the edicts and values of the government. And the government …


Chinese Internet Laws Target Government Control And Online Bullying

A new law voted unanimously yesterday by the standing committee of the National People’s Congress will enhance the Chinese government’s control over the Internet. Neither the actual text nor the commencement date of the full law has yet been released. But Chinese domestic media report that the law gives the government far-reaching and vague powers […]


In Tandem With Slower Economy, Chinese Internet Users Face Slower Internet This Week

Placing dogma over commerce, China’s Internet overlords have apparently been throttling down the speeds of Internet activity within China over the past few days as the National Congress of the Communist Party of China gets underway in Beijing. Similar to many other instances over the past decade when important meetings or events took place in […]


China’s Tudou.com Reinvigorates IPO Plans As CEO Settles Marital Dispute

Amid a thunderous drop in Chinese companies’ market capitalization in recent weeks, Tudou.com has filed an amendment to its filing for an initial public offering in the United States to raise money for its online video operations in China. In filings issued hours ago, Tudou Holdings Limited says a lawsuit between Chairman and CEO Gary […]


Initiative Launched For Parents To Supervise Online Games In China

According to ifeng.com, an initiative has been launched in China to enable parents to supervise computer games that their children play.
The first batch of six online game operators who joined the initiative are Wanmei.com, Tencent, Shanda, Netease, Changyou and Giant Interactive. As initiators of the self-discipline program, the parties will arrange a special webpage on […]


Chinese Search Engine Providers Sign Self-discipline Compact

Seven search engine service providers from China have jointly signed a self-discipline compact in Beijing.
The […]


More Computer Game Companies Exposed For Illegal Operations In China

Coming days after word that NetEase.com was illegally running its World of Warcraft game, China’s Ministry of Culture has issued a circular which exposes 188 computer games companies for illegal operations.
These 188 companies were said to be the seventh batch of illegal games operators ever exposed by China’s Ministry of Culture.
Among the 188 companies, 14, […]