One segment of China's luxury consumers still loves bling, while others have different preferences. (Facebook/Chanel)

Why ‘Bling’ Isn’t Dead in China’s Luxury Market

While many Chinese luxury consumers are rejecting ostentatious displays of wealth, some segments are still all about bling as the market diversifies.

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Jing Daily and Carat Release New Report: China’s New Luxury Consumers

A new report by Carat and Jing Daily features a data-driven, detailed breakdown of five segments of Chinese luxury consumers, including their online shopping habits, media consumption, and much more.

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Event Watch | China Connect Paris

From April 6 to 7, China Connect will bring tech and digital marketing professionals together to share and explore how brands can use online tools to woo Chinese m-commerce consumers.

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Survey: Burberry and Saint Laurent Win with Chinese Millennials

A new survey by UBS finds that Chinese millennials' luxury preferences have key differences from those of their parents and their U.S. peers.

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Event Watch | Luxury Outlook: The End of the Asian Luxury El Dorado?

On March 31, join industry professionals to learn more about how Chinese consumers are driving the future of the global luxury market at the sixth annual Luxury Outlook conference in Paris.

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Chinese shoppers headed to the United States are in search of American brands like Coach, according to a new study. (Shutterstock)

Study: International Brands Have ‘Home-Turf’ Advantage with Chinese Tourists

According to recent analysis of social media comments by Chinese tourists, they're in search of homegrown brands when they travel abroad.

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