Startups roll out measures to assist employees amid the second wave of COVID-19 in India

Temasek, DBS, JP Morgan to launch global payments platform on blockchain

Tuning In | Janeen Uzzell on empowering women and fighting biases on Wikipedia

Mitsubishi taps phone location data for Indonesia smart city

Trading house invests in Tokyo startup that analyzes flows of people.

Deloitte Insights Series | Healthtech and edtech: Southeast Asia’s new frontiers

As the COVID-19 pandemic forces businesses in Southeast Asia to adapt, the intersection of technology and two key industries in the region, healthcare and education, are burgeoning.

ByteDance to boost education business with 13,000 new hires

The TikTok owner is determined to get a slice of China’s booming online education market.

KEY STAT | Edtech firm GSX reports revenue increase as expenses widen

The company was the target of multiple short-seller attacks early last year.

KEY STAT | Edtech Youdao doubles its revenue in 2020 in robust online market

Operating expenses rose as Youdao was caught in intense competition in China’s online education sector.

Online Education in China: A Year of Fire and Ice [Morning Briefing Ep 1]

KrASIA’s fortnightly Morning Briefing provided a comprehensive look at China’s online education sector, covering business models, key observations and a case study.

Sequoia Capital co-leads USD 12.5 million round in India’s HR-tech startup Apna

Currently, the company is present in seven Indian cities and is looking to enter Southeast Asia and the US market.

Tuning In | It’s never too early to bring up tough conversations with children, says co-founders of Maro Parents

The co-founders of Maro Parents believe that preventive education can mitigate many public health crises.

Tuning In | Dr. Paul Wood on how studying in prison changed his life and mindset

Author of ‘How to Escape from Prison, Dr. Paul Wood talks about studying and education in prison, and his life after.

VIPKid downsizes group class platform Dami Wangxiao

Only math classes running until June are still available on Dami’s platform.