p Our weekly column summarises the tech financing highlights in China this week.

/p p The live streaming industry is becoming popular in China with some big players grabbing a large share of the market.

Some other business models also attracted the attention of venture capitalists including an online pharmacy, AI services and hardware, and so on.

/p p YY Inc.’s live streaming platform Huya secures USD 75 M for Series A /p p Huya /p p Founded in: 2014 /p p Financing status: RMB 517 million (USD 75 million) Series A financing in 2017 /p p YY Inc.’s live streaming platform Huya on Tuesday secured USD 75 million for its Series A round to develop more presenters hosting live streams of their mobile games in hope of attracting new users.

/p p Read more /p p Online pharmacy Jianke receives USD 50 million for Series A /p Photo from Pixabay.com p Jianke /p p Founder: Xie Fangmin /p p Founded in: 2006 /p p Financing status: RMB 345 million (USD 50 million) Series A financing in 2017 /p p Online pharmacy Jianke on Monday receives USD 50 million for Series A financing round to expand its business in smart healthcare services.

/p p Read more /p p Online financial management platform Wangcaigu receives USD 8.7 million for Series A /p Photo from 58pic.com p Wangcaigu /p p Founder: Zeng Keqing /p p Founded in: 2014 /p p Financing status: RMB 60 million (USD 8.7 million) Series A financing in 2017 /p p Online financial management platform Wangcaigu on Wednesday landed USD 8.7 million for its Series A financing round to improve its risk management system.

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