China's younger generation is more digitally savvy and individualistic, according to a new study. (Shutterstock)

China’s ‘Post-Millennials’ Embrace Emojis and E-Commerce as Brands Study Their Culture

Today's tweens are tomorrow's trendsetters, and marketers are racing to figure out what makes them t...
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Jing Daily Launches Flash Report: Beyond Hong Kong

As traveling Chinese luxury shoppers avoid Hong Kong, Jing Daily presents a new briefing on the late...
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Jing Daily Report Launch: ‘The New Chinese Student’

With affluent Chinese students heading to the United States in record numbers, Jing Daily's new repo...
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China’s Luxury E-Commerce Boom Means ‘Ostrich’ Brands Lose Out

With 74 percent of Chinese luxury consumers buying goods online, high-end labels can't afford to kee...
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Jing Daily Launches Flash Report: Understanding China’s Luxury Slowdown

“Understanding China’s Luxury Slowdown” kicks off Jing Daily's new "Flash Report" series with ...
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Why is Luxury Slowing in China Despite a Million New Millionaires?

China's luxury market may be in slowdown mode, but a new report finds that its wealthy population is...
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