• Has China’s Anti-Consumerism Movement Hurt This Year’s Singles Day Sales?

    While Double 11 is collecting record sales this year, anti-consumerism sentiment continues to rise in China. Which represents the real China? Read More
  • International Luxury Wins Big at Singles’ Day

    Despite the pandemic, China is still spending. This year’s Singles’ Day Shopping Festival broke many records and featured roughly 200 luxury brands. Read More
  • How Fendi Leveraged Omnichannel Content Marketing To Celebrate Double 11

    Jing Daily's weekly analysis of the very latest digital luxury brand campaigns in China from Lacoste, Fendi, and Feiyue. Read More
  • Millennial Women Lead As China’s Most Important Consumer

    Young female employees are moving the needle for the luxury market in China, usually first-time purchasers looking to fit in socially and professionally. Read More
  • Pinduoduo Sales Jump Alongside Chinese Consumer Spending

    On November 12, China’s third-largest e-commerce player, Pinduoduo, posted a revenue jump of 89 percent to $2.1 billion over the third quarter. Read More
  • Burberry Reports First Gains After Pandemic Drop

    Burberry has seen recovering store sales, which jumped from a 45 percent decline over the first quarter to just a 6 percent loss in the second. Read More
  • Will Chinese Sportswear Brand Anta’s ‘Gym Tech’ Rebrand Pay Off?

    Anta’s “Gym Tech” new flagship store signals that the ownership group has changed the brand’s business model toward a direct-to-consumer distribution approach. Read More
  • Taking Advantage of Multi-level Marketing MLM in China

    Multi-level marketing, or MLM for short, is growing in popularity in China. But it’s also a tightly regulated space, so how do brands take advantage of it? Read More
  • Is Click-And-Mortar The Future Of China’s Luxury Retail?

    From emerging contenders like Bonnie & Clyde to veterans like Burberry and Farfetch, high-end retail are seriously considering the click-and-mortar concept. Read More
  • As China Clamps Down on Big Tech, Shares Tumble

    Attempts by China to regulate big tech are being felt by its big conglomerates like Alibaba and Tencent which saw billions wiped. Read More