Two of China's biggest buzzwords are “neijuan” (内卷) meaning involution or diminishing returns, and “tang ping” (躺平), meaning "lying flat”, dropping out or being a slacker. How are marketers responding to these trends?
It’s understandable that many in the West think about SEO on Baidu, the biggest search engine in China, when they want to promote their brand, products or services there. But it doesn't play the same role that Google does in the West. Read on to find out more.
The Qixi Festival is a major shopping occasion that brands can't miss. So, what are some examples of successful Qixi Festival campaigns from 2020 and 2021? Let’s take a look.
The future prospects of virtual internet celebrities are particularly promising also in China, with a core market value expected to reach 20.52 billion yuan in 2023.