DiDi stock IPO'd in the US recently. It was the biggest US listing by a Chinese company since Alibaba. Normally, this would be a great cause for celebration for investors, but the party was short lived due to a sudden regulatory crackdown. The stock price had also taken a beating since, down 20% from its IPO price and shedded $10B in market values in the past 2 weeks. But is it really that bad? Could this actually be a buying opportunity?