Beijing is reportedly easing its clampdown on local tech giants, but Hollywood imports remain rare.
After being entirely closed to visitors for two years, Malaysia is reopening its international borders to quarantine-free travel on April 1.
Decision to double down on Southeast Asia makes sense given the growing resistance that Chinese tech companies are facing in the US and India.
China-owned short video app is claiming that Trump’s executive order forcing the sale of its US assets is unlawful and unconstitutional.
Talks come as Tencent is facing more competition for advertising revenues on home turf, as well as growing resistance to Chinese apps overseas.
Chinese tech giant will use the platform to expand its WeTV service, which it launched in Thailand last year, across the region.
Chinese tech giant leads $110.8m funding round into the service, as it seeks to ramp up production of original shows.
Tencent will localise some games and use its cloud infrastructure to power Nintendo’s online services in China.
Recent events suggest that China’s music market is maturing but there is still only one player who really counts.