Every year, Jing Daily interviews key authors, CEOs, bloggers, and experts on their experiences with China’s luxury industry. As part of our year-end coverage, we’ve rounded up the top 10 most-clicked interviews of the year:
With a best-selling novel and a movie deal in the works, writing about the massive rise of wealth in Asia has made this a great year for Kwan.
Li’s independent Chinese-language reality show following the lives of four wealthy young Chinese women living in Vancouver has caught the attention of millions of Chinese viewers and several Chinese online video sites.
From fashionistas strolling West Nanjing Road to Anna Dello Russo, Zhang discusses his years of experience capturing the looks of top trendsetters in Shanghai.
Sipping on 60,000-RMB bottles of wine with China’s new rich is all in a day’s work for this Shanghai writer who recorded her wild experiences in a recent short story compilation.
In an interview with Jing Daily, Hsiao discusses why we might see more Chinese VIPs filling box seats at upcoming Super Bowls.
The author of a comprehensive new guide to China’s luxury industry talks about why the global reign of China’s shoppers has only begun.
With a list of high-profile luxury clients, Mauron discusses how Chinese consumer trends are shaping brands’ social marketing strategies.
As the publisher of several Chinese-language luxury travel magazines, Gervois discusses Chinese travelers’ growing interest in unique experiences when they head abroad.
The watch expert behind what is arguably the best watch magazine in the world talks about what lies ahead for the luxury watch industry in China in the midst of the ongoing anti-corruption campaign.
The producer who helped globalize Psy’s massive hit “Gangnam Style” discusses why Korean pop music is such a hit in China and what his company is doing to target the Chinese market.