Week In Review: April 14-18, 2014

    In case you missed them the first time around, here are some of Jing Daily’s top posts for the week of April 14-18, 2014.
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    In case you missed them the first time around, here are some of Jing Daily’s top posts for the week of April 14-18, 2014.

    'Brand-Tagging' Mobile Apps: China's Next Selfie Sensation#

    China’s younger demographic loves its “selfies”—self-portraits taken on mobile phones—and a host of Chinese apps exist to “elevate” the selfie experience. There are already apps that focus on facial alteration by enlarging eyes, whitening skin, or even changing the shape of one’s chin. Now, with the entry of two new mobile “selfie” apps in China, users can show off not only their faces, but also the brands they’re wearing.

    Chinese Tourist Arrivals To United States Set To Surge 139 Percent#

    If luxury retailers and hotels thought that business from Chinese tourists was already booming, they’re in for even more good news: Chinese arrivals will surge by 139 percent to 2.5 million visitors in the next five years, according to a new report by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

    5 Ways Burberry Beat The China Slowdown With Double-Digit Growth#

    Although China’s government has announced record-low GDP growth and remains in the midst of an anti-corruption crackdown, British brand Burberry still managed to declare bright China sales growth for its second-half report released today.

    Nu Skin's 16K-Strong Chinese Tourist Group Descends Upon UAE#

    Dubai and Abu Dhabi may be in the midst of battling for the attention of the United Arab Emirates’ growing number of Chinese visitors, but they’re both seeing huge benefits from a delegation of 16,000 Chinese tourists arriving in the UAE on a massive corporate junket.

    China's Mobile-Focused Consumers Lead The Way In E-Commerce Market#

    When it comes to online shopping—whether via mobile device, PC, tablet, or social media—a new report finds no country tops China.

    According to a survey released recently by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) of more than 15,000 global online shoppers, 75 percent of Chinese respondents said they shop online weekly, compared to a global average of 21 percent.

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