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The generation born after 1995 (aka, the “post-95s” as they’re known in China) is likely to be the next, most important consumer group that brands should focus on.Read More
China has now extended the scope of its censorship from political content to entertainment gossip.Read More
As China’s internet matures, it continues to grow more isolated from the rest of the world - thanks to the government’s Great Firewall.Read More
China will crack down on social and entertainment news that promotes improper values and ‘Western lifestyles’, the country’s broadcasting regulator said.Read More
China's internet regulator has announced increased law enforcement supervision of public comment sections on social media platforms and news organisations in a move designed to tackle "outstanding problems" .Read More
Slow, patchy Wi-Fi is damaging the Gold Coast’s visitor reputation, particularly for its biggest and most lucrative market of Chinese tourists.Read More
The Chinese market with 1.3 billion people, whose first language is not English or an Anglicised form, gives foreign companies an opportunity to redefine their brand for the Chinese consumer or reposition it. Read More
With Chinese tourists spending $215 billion last year, up 53 percent from the year prior, WeChat is becoming a key channel for hotel chains to stay connected with customers in the Asia.Read More
Tuniu Corp has started selling air tickets and hotel rooms directly online, making it a direct rival of market leader Ctrip in the 400 billion yuan (US$60 billion) Chinese online tourism market.Read More
The Chinese smartphone market is the largest in the world, which is no surprise, and with Xiaomi achieving a record-breaking 26% market share in April, this is a whole lot of smartphones.Read More