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Chinese state media outlets and Chinese government spokes people regularly claim that Western media plays up China’s weaknesses, exaggerates its potential as a regional threat, and ignores its successes.Read More
In the latest sign that China’s long-touted “opening up” is reversing into a “closing down,” a Chinese ministry has issued new rules that ban any foreign-invested company from publishing online in China.Read More
No more homosexuality, extramarital affairs, or one-night stand content in Chinese television drama.Read More
Nearly eight in 10 rely on the internet and mobile to research purchases. The internet is the leading source of information for buyers in China to learn about luxury goods, according to 2015 research.Read More
As brands constantly gain new data on what works and what doesn’t as they hone their digital prowess in China, here are some of the key takeaways for the global luxury industry to consider in the new yearRead More
WeChat has taken China by storm and may look to cast a wider, tighter net in Asia — but why can’t it hook Westerners?Read More
Chinese tourism shows no sign of slowing down, unlike its economy. In the first nine months of 2015, 214,000 Chinese tourists visiting the UK was up 37 per cent.Read More
In China, 668 million people use the internet, overwhelmingly via smartphones. That’s twice the entire U.S. population. Read More
The stock exchange is not really impacting the consumption market.Read More
Exclusivity and desirability go hand in hand for China’s wealthy, with the same brands ranked in the top five for both characteristics in a new study by Promise Consulting and BNP Exane.Read More