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NEIWAI Founder Reimagines Female Empowerment Through Lingerie
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Douyin Beauty Industry Report
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Why Cross-Category Marketing Works In China
Live-streaming Scams & Struggles in China
How Moncler Found the Perfect Recipe for China’s Post-COVID-19 Market
WeChat’s Change Of Mind: Why Did It Add “Like” Back?
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Weibo Turbocharges Its KOC Network For Beauty Brands
American Fashion Brands Hitting “Emotional Sweet Spot” In Hong Kong
March 20, 2013
Since American traders moved to Hong Kong in 1842 following the First Opium War, American brands have proliferated in the city to include Levi’s, Calvin Klein, Gap and DKNY.
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