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David

David Lee, educated in Denmark, China and the UK, gained extensive work experience with NGOs (Int"l Red Cross and UNESCO) as well as in the fields of training and education. He is part of BMG's China office and supports services like translation, localization, market research and analysis as well as social media planning and management. David also has in-depth insight into the Chinese travel, shopping and luxury market, paired with creativity, business acumen and a passion for Social Media.

Consumption appears to be back on track in China, but a shift is underway, one that is seeing Chinese consumers look to “niche high-end brands, as well as bespoke products, as new drivers of luxury consumption.Read More
 According to Chinese Athletic Association (CAA), nearly 5 million people participated in 1,102 marathon races in the country in 2017. Read More
As part of the partnership, Tencent will offer Malaysia with a digital ecosystem to reach out to the 1.4 billion Chinese population through precision marketing methods.Read More
Warm pinks, seductive lighting and a sprinkle of the risqué are all part of the mystique behind the flagship store of Victoria’s Secret in the heart of Shanghai’s swanky shopping district.Read More
Swiss watch exports to the US fell 0.4 % in November, by contrast, sales surged 40 % for the month in China - the biggest jump in almost three years.Read More
Travellers aren’t booking tours despite efforts to revive interest from China after ban on group packages was partially lifted.Read More
Chinese consumers accounted for 21 percent of the global luxury goods market in 2016, making the country the second largest luxury market in the world.Read More
The volume of payments processed on Alipay in the country swelled about eight times in the 12 months to September.Read More
The company’s CityExperience Mini Program formed partnerships with Tourism Australia, VisitBritain and Dubai Tourism to help WeChat users visiting from China, per a statement.Read More
According to a report by World Economic Forum, China now ranks 100th out of 144 countries for gender parity, falling for nine consecutive years since 2008, when it ranked 57th. Read More