Pivoting away from anime, Bilibili has grown up with its users, attracting investors ahead of secondary listing in Hong Kong

//Pivoting away from anime, Bilibili has grown up with its users, attracting investors ahead of secondary listing in Hong Kong

Pivoting away from anime, Bilibili has grown up with its users, attracting investors ahead of secondary listing in Hong Kong

Once known primarily for its anime offerings, Chinese streaming platform Bilibili might seem like an odd place for an exclusive interview with the head of the world’s most valuable technology company. But Apple CEO Tim Cook’s interview with 22-year-old tech influencer He Shijie shows just how far the platform has come.When He first started uploading videos to the platform in the summer of 2017, it was still largely known for catering to a niche community interested in the anime, comics and…

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