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Chinese consumer behavior seems to change faster than in other markets. Increasing exposure to and integration of social media in daily life play a significant role in this rapid change. Generally, Chinese consumers shop as an enjoyable pastime rather than treating it as a chore, which is what most...
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2020 is in fact originally a very desirable year for marriage in the eyes of the Chinese. Not only does the number “2020” look parallel (symbolises perfect match and in pairs), but it also sounds like “love you love you” (爱你爱你) in Chinese.  When the pandemic hit, cities were in l...
Soon after the epidemic became evident, eagerly awaited Spring Festival movies found themselves in an awkward position. People wouldn’t be going to the cinema and premieres would have to be cancelled. Movie ticket sales from New Year’s Day 2019 reached 1.458 billion RMB. In 2020, it was only...
Recently I saw a guy filming himself with his phone while crossing the street in China. It seemed like he was Facetiming with a friend. But he was actually doing a livestream, an extremely popular hobby for young people in China. China is way ahead of the rest of the world when it comes to embracing...
You know that WeChat is a powerful channel to market your business and even sell your products. But what else? Some official WeChat accounts are also great sources of information about digital marketing in China. Plenty of WeChat accounts regularly publish informative articles so WeChat is also the...
Wang Sicong, an outspoken blogger and the son of a Chinese billionaire, published a post on Weibo early January, inviting his followers to download a quiz game app called Chongdingdahui (冲顶大会). Since then, live quiz apps have been dominating the mobile apps market in China, with the launch o...
Chinese social media is more than a platform for socializing and entertaining. It is full of business opportunities. It helps brands reach a mass audience and establish their brand image. With social media, brands can understand the needs of local customers and build connections, deliver the right m...
KOL (Key Opinion Leaders) are powerful influencers on Chinese social media platforms, including WeChat, Weibo, Yizhibo and Miaopai, etc. Many businesses are looking for agencies and platforms that can help them find suitable KOLs, run a KOL campaign and reach Chinese consumers. We’ve compiled a li...
There’s growing interest in Chinese social media from all corners and more and more mid-sized businesses are looking for agencies that can help them connect with Chinese consumers. It’s hard to find an overview of the key players so we’ve compiled a list of major agencies focusing on CSM. Thei...
Douban is an interest-based social networking platform. It’s seen as a combination of Goodreads, IMDb, Blogger, Facebook, Pandora, Spotify, Ello and Fancy.com. So what is Douban like? How do people use it? Read on. 1. User and Content Characteristics Douban has over 60 million registered users an...
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