Society

Chinese age 18 to 34 accounted for 60 percent of the country’s foreign travel last year and spent more than $150 billion, Bloomberg Intelligence estimates.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
The rapid expansion of China’s wealth in recent decades has given birth to the country’s mass affluent male class (M.A.C), which wields massive purchasing power and directly affects luxury brands.Read More
In 2018, luxury brands face the question of how Chinese consumers’ mentalities and behaviors will evolve.Read More
Second And Third-Tier Cities In China Will Be The Primary Drivers Of Economic Growth And Demand For International Goods And Services In The Future.Read More
The attention of the Western world has been rightly occupied with important news stories about Donald Trump, the United States’ withdrawal from global leadership, and other topics such as Brexit...Read More
When China’s President Xi Jinping gives his keynote speech to the Communist Party’s five-yearly congress on Wednesday, he’s expected to send the Chinese consumer a clear message: ‘It’s your turn to be prosperous.’Read More
A long-time favorite of Australians, Bali became a hot spot for Chinese travelers -- their numbers surpassed the Aussies for the first time ever.Read More
The brand’s debut comes as Chinese middle-class places greater importance on health and wellness.Read More
Chinese millennials with a dim view of their career and marriage prospects can wallow in despair with a range of teas such as “achieved-absolutely-nothing black tea”, and “my-ex's-life-is-better-than-mine fruit tea”.Read More