Didi, China’s Uber-slayer, is now available in English

I’ve wanted to visit China for a really long time, but one thing that has always deterred me is the language barrier. My Mandarin could be charitably described as “non-existent.” How would I get around the sprawling cities of Shenzhen, Beijing, and Guangzhou without a rudimentary understanding of the local lingo? It used to be the case that, as with anywhere else, you’d just use Uber. But that stopped being an option after Didi Chuxing bought up the company’s Chinese operation, leaving tourists and expats out of luck. Catering to this growing (and now, completely unserved) market, Didi just announced…

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