Chinese speed dating

Some random facts: I came back from a long-term work assignment in New Zealand and really enjoy travelling.

” They also brutally rejected a 40-year-old divorcee and single mom.

The company refers to its employees as "oranges" since the company's registered name—Xiaoju—means "little orange." When meeting Apple CEO Tim Cook in California last month, Liu reportedly said that a company named after a fruit could achieve something big.

In its first year alone, Didi Chuxing has witnessed rapid growth.

Present in 400 Chinese cities, the company completes 11 million rides on a daily basis but that's still a fraction of China's ride market, according to Liu.

"In Beijing, the ride number we complete every day is 5-6 times the whole of New York's ridesharing market.

China’s largest lifestyle service provider Meituan-Dianping will host a speed-dating event at ITB China 2017 to seek potential partnerships with global destinations, travel service and tech providers.

Meituan-Dianping, China’s largest lifestyle service provider, will host a speed-dating event on the first day of ITB China (May 10-12, 2017), a new marketplace for the Chinese travel industry, to meet destinations, travel service and technology providers worldwide and seek potential partnerships.

For generations, marriage was arranged by parents who followed the principle of “matching doors and windows,” which meant that people needed to marry those of similar social and economic standing.So although the numbers sound big, it's only one percent penetration in China's market.The daily commutes for China is 1.1 billion so one percent penetration only gets us 11 million." Given the sheer size of the market, it's no wonder that Liu, a former Goldman Sachs managing director, is concentrated on ensuring better supply and demand between vehicles, drivers and passengers.The event will enable suppliers to establish valuable links with Meituan-Dianping in the shortest possible time.With the synergy of its hotel and tourism unit and its catering unit, Meituan-Dianping aims at working with top-ranked travel service providers to become a one-stop full-service app for the Chinese consumers.