Kongzhong has released its role playing game “Tian Jie Online” on China Mobile’s Mobile Online Game Platform, the first of three mobile online games to be released on China Mobile’s new game platform.
Shanghai doesn’t seem the ideal place to buy a MP4 Player, according to a report from Shanghai Administration for Industry and Commerce, 75 percent of MP4 Players on sale are substandard, with inadequate capacity and abnormal radiation leaks.
Chinese e-trading site Taobao have blocked the search engines of Baidu, Google and Yahoo. According to the site, this move is to protect its customers from fraud. Some online merchants optimize their general search results pages through technical and commercial methods, with the aim of gaining higher rankings and attract consumers to click their links and pages. Taobao hopes to curb this by blocking the search engines.
The People’s Daily’s website has started up a fanpage for president Hu Jintao and premier Wen Jiabao. Over 6.000 netizens registered on the site during it’s first day of operation.
Luo Chan, previous head of MSN China, who is currently working as CEO for MySpace China will resign. What the consequences for Myspace China will be is hard to tell, but this page has some interesting points.