Launched in May, 1999, China.com is one of the earliest Web portals in China. After years of growth and development, China.com has evolved into the most profitable online platform for businesses in China. Being one of the country's most influential online media outlets, China.com boasts at least 10 million regular readers. Among them, 82 percent are well-educated, mature males with high-end jobs and high incomes.
China.com has three central divisions - Wireless, Gaming and Autos. Each division provides specialized services for its clients.
China.com's Military section attracts more visitors than any other counterparts in China. As a comprehensive media outlet, China.com also provides up-to-date information and services every day through nearly 20 sections, including news, business, entertainment, sports, technology and travel.
China.com is the organizer behind a series of activities that have become landmark events, demonstrating its social and industrial influence.
The Autos division has held six car-designing competitions, and conducted credibility surveys on China's auto market for six consecutive years. Both events were highly talked about in the auto industry.
The Gaming division has held large-scale summit forums and awards for Chinese browser games for six consecutive years, enjoying nationwide reputation. Particularly the 6th Browser Games Summit, held in 2013 in partnership with China Gaming Working Committee and the Nanhu District Government of Jiaxing City in Zhejiang Province, attracted nearly 1,000 professionals and journalists, and was a gathering for all kinds of expertise in the industry.
China.com's Community is the largest Chinese-language online forum. It has been honored with an award for the "Most Investment Value" by international financial organizations.
China.com's Autos section has been named "Outstanding Section of Chinese Websites" for three years in a row. It was the solo winner in the auto category.
China.com has also established its name in sports reporting and marketing. It was the exclusive online partner for the 10th National Games, as well as the 6th Asian Winter Games. In May, 2010, China.com signed a contract with the organizing committee of the 3rd Asian Beach Games, and became the exclusive online partner for the Games, held in Haiyang City of Shandong Province in 2012. It is worth noting that the Asian Beach Games are among the Top 5 sports events in Asia, which also include the Asian Games.
China.com has an A-list team focusing on online advertising. The team enjoys a good reputation by providing accurate, customized online marketing services that are well received by clients.
China.com is operated by Beijing Huawang Huitong Technology and Services, Ltd.