Culture

China is a force to be reckoned with for New Zealand exporters. Read More
Thanks to the swift development of mobile payment solutions such as Alipay and WeChat Pay over the past two to three years, digital transactions have been made seamless and convenient for Chinese consumers.Read More
“Little Fresh Meat” (小鲜肉) a group of young stars known at present more for their looks than acting talent, have huge and enthusiastic fan bases, meaning filmmakers must at least consider them for films seeking commercial success.Read More
Some luxury brands have approached the trend towards e-commerce with a degree of trepidation, but ultimately it seems no one can resist succumbing to the allure of online retail.Read More
China has entered "a new retail era" characterized by online and offline (o2o) retail that has created huge potential and demand, especially for customized productsRead More
By 2030, the spending power of consumers residing in China’s lower-tier cities is expected to reach US$9.7 trillion.Read More
WeChat is no longer a choice but a necessity for luxury brands that want to sustain their growth in China.Read More
Australia just took a giant step towards gaining more access to China’s wine market, which recently surpassed the United States as the biggest market for the Australia’s wine producers.Read More
China has what Network Marketing companies thrive on: consumers – 1.4 billion of them; a fast-growing middle class of over 300 million – interested in upmarket goods but also open to opportunitiesRead More
JD.com Inc, China's No.2 e-commerce firm, said it would invest $397 million in fashion retailer Farfetch UK Ltd to expand its luxury offeringsRead More