China’s Learning Site Hujiang Now Has Over 100M users

14 Jan

Hujiang, an online learning platform in China, announced Jan. 12 that it now has more than 100 million users, with over three quarters of them on mobile devices.

According to information provided by Hujiang, its users come from 34 provinces and autonomous regions in China. Guangdong, Zhejiang, Beijing, Jiangsu and Henan have the most users and Tianjin, Shanghai, Beijing, Jilin and Jiangxi have the fastest growth in terms of user counts.

In addition, Hujiang also has 7 percent of its users from overseas, spreading in over 200 countries and regions, mostly in Japan, the U.S. and South Korea.

In 2015, Hujiang focused on platforms and mobility and expanded its mobile product line, including Hujiang Learning, Cichang, CC Talk, and d Dictionary. Currently, Hujiang has more than 75 million mobile users, or 75 percent of its total users.

Hujiang founder and CEO Arnold Fu said reaching over 100 million users is a major milestone and the combination of IoT and education is expected to push the user growth to the next level. He said his company will integrate resources and bring the convenience, efficiency and happiness of learning to more people.

Hujiang was set up in 2001 and corporatized in 2006. In 2009, Hujiang launched B2C Hujiang online school and introduced strategic investment from Baidu in 2014. In 2015, Hujiang completed a 1 billion RMB (US$151.99 million) series D funding and the company is now valued at over US$1 billion.

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