China’s Quora-like Zhihu raises US$100 million in fresh funding from venture capital firms

Thursday, 12 January 2017
Chinese question-and-answer platform Zhihu, also known as China’s Quora, has closed a US$100 million round of funding, the company said on Thursday. Investors in Zhihu’s latest series D fundraising round include internet giant Tencent, Sogou, Chinese venture capital firms Capital Today and Qiming Venture Partners, as well as...

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