Week In Review: July 1-5, 2013

    In case you missed them the first time around, here are some of Jing Daily’s top posts for the week of July 1-5.
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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 July 1-5:

    5 Essential Tips For Digital Fashion Marketing In China#

    Last Thursday, digital fashion marketing resource Fashion’s Collective aimed its spotlight on digital strategy in China when it focused its monthly “Cocktails & Conversations” series on the topic of adapting a global strategy for the Chinese consumer. The event featured presentations by Fashion’s Collective Founder Elizabeth Canon and Shanghai-based Asia Partner and General Manager Cece Liu, as well as a discussion with CEO Brian Buchwald and Vice President of Marketing and former Jing Daily Editor-in-Chief Avery Booker.

    Can Tesla Succeed In China?#

    Tesla's Model S. (Tesla)

    U.S. luxury electric carmaker Tesla has served as a pioneer in the burgeoning field of electric vehicle production at home, and now industry watchers are closely eyeing its plans for China expansion to see if it can make industry waves across the Pacific. After recently announcing plans to open a dealership in China, car experts have waited with high anticipation, and rumors have swirled regarding when and where the new location will be. When Tesla finally makes it to the mainland, however, it’s going to have its work cut out for it thanks to China’s uncertain market for foreign electric vehicles.

    World Luxury Association Under Fire In Fraud Scandal#

    Ouyang Kun, founder of the World Luxury Association.

    The Beijing Administration for Industry and Commerce announced this week that it plans to revoke the license of the World Luxury Association (WLA) due to fake registration materials, reports the Chinese newspaper Beijing Youth Daily. The WLA has been identified as a shanzhai (山寨), a word originally meaning “mountain village” that now roughly translates to “knockoff.” Since its release, the news has become a hot topic of discussion on Weibo and has been reposted by China’s major state-run media outlets Xinhua and China Daily.

    ‘Hey, What’s Up?’ Hollister Opening Brings SoCal Style To Beijing#

    During the opening of the Hollister Beijing store in the Sanlitun Village on Saturday—the seventh Abercrombie & Fitch-owned retail location to enter China—the line outside the store made it seem as though they’re giving the California dream away for free. Which, depending on your definition of the California dream, they are.

    SOHO CEO Zhang Xin: Why China Has So Many Female Billionaires#

    After making waves on Chinese social media in March when she predicted in an interview on 60 Minutes that democracy would soon arrive in China, Chinese real estate mogul and CEO of SOHO China opened up to CNN this week on her experience as a female self-made billionaire in the country.

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