Fenbeitong, a Chinese renowned corporate expense management startup, raised $36M in Series B+ financing.
Harbour BioMed, a Cambridge, MA- Rotterdam, The Netherlands and Suzhou, China-based global, clinical stage biopharmaceutical company, closed its $75m Series B+ round of financing.
Whales English, a Beijing, China-based brand of online K-12 English group classes, completed its RMB100m Series B financing.
CANbridge Pharmaceuticals Inc., a Beijing, China-based biopharmaceutical company developing innovative drug candidates to treat underserved medical conditions in China and other markets, completed a US$98m Series D financing.
Mastercard (NYSE: MA) has received in-principle approval from the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) to begin formal preparations to set up a domestic bankcard clearing institution in China.
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Adagene, Inc., a Chinese clinical-stage oncology immunotherapy company, completed a $69m Series D financing.
Unicorn Capital Partners, a venture capital fund-of-funds manager, raised Unicorn Capital Partners Fund III, L.P., which closed at US$350M.
Hesai, a Chinese LiDAR technology manufacturer, closed its series C funding totaling USD173M.
CF PharmTech, Inc., a Shuzhou, China-based pharmaceutical company, raised $90m in Series E funding.
AInnovation, a Beijing, China-based AI solutions provider, closed a Series B financing round of nearly 400m yuan (approx. US$60m).
Hotnest Technology, a China – Germany based AI Marketing and Consulting Automation Platform, raised US$6M in Series A funding.
Sequoia Capital, a Menlo Park, California-based venture capital firm, raised nearly 3.4 billion dollars for two funds investing in later-stage U.S. companies, and venture and growth investments in China.
Loyal Valley Capital closed its second US dollar-denominated fund, Loyal Valley Capital Advantage Fund II LP, at $465m.
Reorg, a NYC-based financial media and technology company, acquired Dai1 Media, a subscription-based provider of news, insights and analysis about special situations in China.