Chinese Perspective Category

US brands face a mixed reaction in China, as consumers react to the presidency of Donald Trump and his threat to impose tariffs on imports from that country, new research reveals.Read More
As Strip properties prepare for more Chinese visitors, some casino employees say they are concerned they will have to forgo some tip money.Read More
Not only fledgling markets like Spain, but long-prevalent destinations such as New York are also working hard to attract Chinese tourists.Read More
Despite fears of a slowdown in spending, the appetite of the Chinese middle class for consumption will keep growing.Read More
E-Commerce conglomerate Alibaba Group's Xianyu Auction platform is gearing up its expansion in used luxury sales by cooperating with the China Certification & Inspection Group luxury identification centre.Read More
China’s outbound luxury travelers spend $65,000 per household on tourism per year, including $34,000 on travel shopping, according to a new study.Read More
Cuba has sought to become an important tourism destination for foreign visitors, eyeing China as a significant and growing market for its tourism industry.Read More
China's love affair with physical beauty is helping to fuel a selfie-editing app's $3-billion (R43-billion) valuation.Read More
It often seems that Chinese consumers are somehow wired differently than their counterparts in other countries. When it comes to the purchase decision-making journey, we do see some truth to this. Read More
Is a $15 electric kettle the key to luring Chinese tourists? A growing number of US hotel chains think so.Read More