A recent study by China Travel Academy reveals which countries left Chinese tourists satisfied, and which didn't. (Flickr/Trey Ratcliff)

Jing Daily

A Chinese government survey of Chinese travelers asking which countries left them the most satisfied with their visits finds that New Zealand and the United States top the list.

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Live Webinar | Chinese Travel Media: Navigating The Landscape
Chinese Travel Media
Live Webinar | Chinese Travel Media: Navigating The Landscape

Jing Daily

Join Jing Daily and China Luxury Advisors on April 23 for an in-depth training session on creating an effective media strategy to reach the outbound Chinese traveler.

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How Paul Smith Stands Apart In China's Ultra-Competitive Retail Market
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How Paul Smith Stands Apart In China's Ultra-Competitive Retail Market

Karen Fong

With an aggressive expansion plan for 25 China stores in five years, Sir Paul Smith travels to Shanghai to discuss what it takes to gain consumers' attention as the luxury sphere becomes increasingly crowded.

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Digital Luxury Group Acquires Luxury Society
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Digital Luxury Group Acquires Luxury Society

Jing Daily

“Luxury brands, retailers and financial institutions are in need of actionable insights allowing them to make the right decisions and improve their competitiveness,” says Digital Luxury Group's CEO on the acquisition.

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'Brand-Tagging' Mobile Apps: China's Next Selfie Sensation
China's new selfie apps feature brand tagging, where one shows off what one is wearing. (Pinco)
'Brand-Tagging' Mobile Apps: China's Next Selfie Sensation

Shuan Sim

Apps featuring the capability to tag brands are making waves in China, providing a huge opportunity for companies to access the country's emerging middle class.

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China's Mobile-Focused Consumers Lead The Way In E-Commerce Market
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China's Mobile-Focused Consumers Lead The Way In E-Commerce Market

Jing Daily

A new survey finds that Chinese consumers are shopping online more frequently than those from any other country, and using their mobile devices to do it.

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China’s ‘Expensive’ Wine Sales Shot Up 430 Percent In 5 Years
China's "expensive" wine consumption skyrocketed from 2008 to 2012. (Flickr/aidanmorgan)
China’s ‘Expensive’ Wine Sales Shot Up 430 Percent In 5 Years

Jing Daily

A new Vinexpo report finds that China's wine market growth has skyrocketed to make Chinese drinkers the second biggest group of high-priced wine consumers.

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Video: Kering Steps Up Its PR Game In China
Kering invites a Shanghai reporter to its headquarters and releases a PR video. (Kering)
Video: Kering Steps Up Its PR Game In China

Jing Daily

The luxury conglomerate sends a Chinese reporter to Europe as it promotes the company to potential Chinese employees.

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Nu Skin's 16K-Strong Chinese Tourist Group Descends Upon UAE
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Nu Skin's 16K-Strong Chinese Tourist Group Descends Upon UAE

Jing Daily

The Gulf state's significant efforts to attract Chinese tourists pay off with a massive corporate delegation sponsored by the direct-sales beauty brand.

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