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    The Department of Commerce has confirmed in an announcement that the Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat are a threat to national security. Read More
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    Jing Daily's weekly analysis of the very latest digital luxury brand campaigns from the likes of Michael Kors, Croquis, and Tmall. Read More
  • Despite NYFW Going Digital, Brands Struggled to Connect to China

    The theme of NYFW was the positive transformations that have emerged from the pandemic, but connections with Chinese audiences were few and far between. Read More
  • IMG Deal Will Bring US Designers To A Huge Chinese Audience

    A deal between IMG and Tmall to digitally amplify American designers’ collections across China is sure to tip the fashion industry even further eastward. Read More
  • Trending Brands on Chinese Reality Shows: Luxury’s First Steps

    From partnering with major e-commerce platforms to signing up the hottest young celebrities, China has transformed how luxury brands position themselves. Read More
  • How Should Luxury Brands Pick The Right Video Account Platform In China?

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    In China, social media platforms are currently fighting over the video-sharing realm. Jing Daily explains which ones are right for your luxury brand. Read More
  • How China’s Silver Lining Saved Salvatore Ferragamo

    COVID-19 hurt Salvatore Ferragamo’s performance in the first half, but the brand projects an upswing for the second half of the year, especially in China. Read More
  • Does A Strong Recovery Mean A Grown-Up Economy For China?

    The latest figures for industrial production in China indicate a strong recovery, with its unemployment rate now standing at 5.6 percent. Read More
  • Luxury Brands Have Only Scratched The Surface of China’s E-Commerce

    China's e-commerce system thrived during China’s coronavirus lockdown, showing that the luxury market has a promising future with many more possibilities. Read More
  • Can Shenzhen Become The New Doorway To The West?

    Shenzhen continues to prosper as a tech and luxury hub. But will the “Silicon Valley of China” ever leave Hong Kong’s shadow? Read More