• Meet Xie Yinglan, China’s Godmother of Fashion Bloggers

    Xie was there when the influencer economy took off in China, and despite its constant evolution, she continues to manage many of the most renowned fashion bloggers. Read More
  • Chinese Tech Companies Call Each Other Out as Uncompetitive

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    Weibo has begun blocking videos shared from Douyin, an important influencer platform run by rival tech giant Bytedance. The losers are brands, marketers, and users. Read More
  • The High-end Mall Set to Transform Beijing’s Oldest Shopping District

    High profile Beijing shopping area Wangfujing has an image problem. WF Central from Hongkong Land hopes to change a place better known for its tourist traps and decades-old department stores. Read More
  • James Coggles on Dealmoon’s Rise in Britain and Beyond

    "Our biggest issue is always getting luxury brands to look past the word ‘deal’," said the e-commerce platform's Senior Development Director. Read More
  • The 3 Best Ways for Brands to Win Over China’s Affluent Men

    Magazine-style-content, machine learning about user preferences, and personalized service are all key to reaching this key consumer demographic. Read More
  • Massive Online Followings Don’t Guarantee Engagement: PARKLU Beauty Report

    When it comes to the media value of different luxury brands, Chanel is leading the list thanks to a high proportion of organic mentions by influencers, followed by Lancôme, YSL, OLAY, and SK-II. Read More
  • A Porsche Service Center in Shenzhen Plans to Spray Eau de Racetrack

    How far are luxury brands willing to take the experiential retail trend in China? Jebsen Motors Managing Director Joachim Eberlein introduces its service center's racetrack floors, lattes with 3D-printed foam selfies, and signature scent. Read More
  • What’s New in New Retail for Luxury Brands? Bain and AliResearch Report

    Using digital and analogue resources together, brands such as Estée Lauder are getting much better at tracking consumer wants, identifying easy targets, and selling units. Read More
  • Born Into Accelerated History, Chinese Millennials Crave Constant Change — Qumin CEO

    Digital marketing agency Qumin finds Chinese millennials so ill-understood that they set up a livestream with some of them at the Millennial 20/20 Summit in London. We spoke to CEO Arnold Ma about the biggest misconceptions. Read More
  • Opinion: Chinese Luxury Travelers Just Checking Antarctica Off Their Lists

    There is little sense of adventure among comfort-seeking luxury travelers eager only to brag about reaching the South Pole. Read More