Jing Daily is excited to announce that prolific publisher, entrepreneur, television host, actress, and blogger Hung Huang will be sharing her expert thoughts on China’s luxury and fashion industry in a new weekly column based on questions straight from our readers.
Named one of the "100 Most Influential People in the World" by Time in 2011 an described by Diane von Furstenberg as "one of the most formidable women I've ever met,” Hung is both one of the most influential figures in the Chinese fashion industry and one of China’s most powerful media moguls. She is an avid supporter of up-and-coming Chinese designers through her roles as the publisher of fashion magazine iLook and owner of multi-brand boutique Brand New China, which stocks exclusively Chinese brands.
With well over 10 million fans on microblogging platform Weibo, Hung is widely known both in China and globally for her incisive and bold commentary on everything from fashion and luxury to culture, society, and politics.
With Hung’s new column on Jing Daily, readers now have the opportunity to ask Hung anything about luxury and fashion in China. Starting this week, she’ll be answering reader-submitted questions on everything from the hottest style trends to the anti-corruption campaign.
Every week will be centered around a new topic related to luxury and fashion in China. For the first set of submissions, she'll be fielding questions about China's luxury e-commerce market—a hot topic this month given the massive success of the recent Singles' Day and growing importance of Cyber Monday and Black Friday to China's e-commerce market.
You can submit your questions about China's luxury e-commerce market via the following ways:
- Twitter to @JingDaily with the hashtag #AskHungHuang
- Weibo to Jing Daily (@JingDaily精日传媒) and/or Hung Huang (@洪晃ilook) with the hashtag #AskHungHuang#
- Email at email@example.com
You can submit one question per week, and remember to include your name and/or Twitter handle if you’d like to be credited if you question is chosen. Answers will be published every Tuesday. Check back tomorrow for her first column with questions submitted by Jing Daily to learn her thoughts on China's fashion weeks, and then start submitting your own today!