Tmall Global's Korean "pavilion" online shop.

Alibaba’s E-Commerce Globalization Banks on Chinese Demand for Foreign Brands

The Chinese e-tail giant bets on online shoppers' interest in buying foreign brands with the announc...
Last year's LA Pride festival. (LA Pride)

West Hollywood Welcomes China’s Globe-Trotting LGBT Community With ‘We Do’ Campaign

Alibaba's "We Do" campaign supporting marriage for Chinese LGBT couples teams up with West Hollywood...
A daigou seller was recently caught trying to smuggle five Prada bags into China, but can the government crack down on a mass scale? (Shutterstock)

Is China Really Cracking Down on ‘Luxury Smuggling’?

The recent bust of a luxury smuggler in Ningbo has brands wondering if the Chinese government will c...
Burberry's Weibo account.

What Weibo’s Rebound Means for Digital Luxury Marketing

After a significant decline in user numbers last year, growth has picked up for the microblogging pl...
A "Gucci" bag of questionable origin for sale on Taobao.

Will ‘Kering vs. Alibaba’ Set a Luxury Lawsuit Trend for Fighting China’s Fakes?

As luxury brands do whatever they can to fight rampant online fakes in China, Kering's lawsuit strat...
L'Occitane's Tmall site.

Tmall’s New Rules Pose Fresh Headaches For Global Brands

Alibaba's e-commerce platform gets tough on fake sales by introducing new regulations on how brands ...
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