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Taxi-hailing app Didi Kuaidi controls around 90 per cent of the Chinese market.

Coronavirus fears prompt Chinese ride-hailing app DiDi to install protective sheets in vehicles and give masks to drivers

The sheets are supposed to block transmission of the virus between riders and drivers, and have already been used in some Chinese cities.
Foxconn employees wearing masks attend the company's year-end gala in Taipei.

iPhone maker Foxconn is warning workers in Shenzhen to stay home as it diverts production to face masks amid coronavirus outbreak

Employees at the Shenzhen facility received a text from the company telling them not to return to the factory on February 10, Bloomberg reports.

China appears to be gearing up for a possible military intervention in Hong Kong, but experts say Beijing is likely bluffing

Experts doubt Chinese military intervention is imminent at this point, though Beijing is trying to stoke fears that it could strike at any moment.
Military vehicles gathered in the soccer stadium at the Shenzhen Bay Sports Center

Satellite photos show more than 100 Chinese military vehicles massed at a soccer stadium near the Hong Kong border

Chinese forces have gathered in the city of Shenzhen in recent days, an apparent show of force as mass protests continue to roil Hong Kong.

Shenzhen is ditching its Hong Kong housing model to adopt the Singapore housing policy

Shenzhen plans to offer 1 million homes at as low as half of the prevailing market rate, according to a policy paper released last month.
Shenzhen's China Resources Headquarters is the fourth tallest building completed in 2018.

The tallest skyscrapers of 2018 include a helipad, sky gardens, and an indoor skating rink

The tallest skyscrapers build in 2018 are mostly in China, with the exception of a few giant structures in Philadelphia and Malaysia.
A rendering of the Shimao Shenzhen-Hong Kong International Centre in Shenzhen, China.

China is building one of the world’s tallest skyscrapers — take a look

Construction has begun on the 2,191-foot-tall Shimao Shenzhen-Hong Kong International Centre, a project that builds on Shenzhen's urban development boom. The tower will be part of a larger retail and residential complex.

A woman got caught allegedly trying to smuggle 102 iPhones into China by strapping them to her body

It was reportedly the largest number of iPhones Chinese customs agents had seen strapped to a smuggler's body.

One Chinese city built more skyscrapers in 2016 than the US and Australia combined

Shenzhen, China, became home to 11 new skyscrapers last year.

China’s about to unleash its roller-coaster tech market on the world

China will open the doors to the Shenzhen exchange on December 5.