• Will Mogu Be China’s Next Little Red Book?

    As China’s livestreaming battleground swells, we look at the market potential of Mogu, a social media and e-commerce fashion platform turned livestreamer. Read More
  • Have Chinese Beauty Consumers Changed After the COVID-19 Outbreak?

    Beauty sales plummeted as COVID-19 started. Now, we are seeing growth in the sector as brands adapt fast to shifting dynamics. Read More
  • Can Pinduoduo’s Acceleration Threaten Its E-Commerce Rivals?

    Huang Zheng, is China’s second richest man, meaning all eyes are on his e-commerce group buying platform, Pinduoduo. But can it rival its competitors? Read More
  • Why Common Pricing Errors Cost Luxury Brands their Future

    The value of a luxury product is not in its materials or the time it took to create it. It's driven by an intangible, yet enormous value component, its ALV. Read More
  • Celebrity Endorsements Are Drastically Changing In China

    Luxury brand approaches to celebrity endorsements have shifted in China over the last year, thanks to the country’s always-changing social media sphere. Read More
  • Liu Ye “Storytelling” Reopens at Fondazione Prada

    “Storytelling” is a solo show by the Chinese artist Liu Ye. It includes 35 paintings realized by the Chinese artist from 1992 to the present day. Read More
  • TikTok Owner Bytedance Puts Social E-Commerce On A Pedestal

    Bytedance, the owner of short video platform Douyin and TikTok, has launched an e-commerce department after two years of dabbling. Read More
  • Op-Ed: Will Your Brand Be On The Right Side Of History?

    Both Covid-19 and anti-racism protests have been a wake-up call to business leaders to get on the right side of history, and CSR can help them do that. Read More
  • Luxury Brands’ Secret Weapon In China? Social Listening

    Jing Daily spoke with luxury brands and agencies about how they’ve utilized social listening to make advanced moves in an unpredictable China market. Read More
  • WeChat Makes A Grab at China’s MCN Industry

    WeChat might be going after the financial gain of working with Multi-Channel Network agencies, but what about the liabilities that come with this industry? Read More