Individual agents (Daigou), who frequently promote products on WeChat Moment or sell products in live streaming and short videos, all share a new name “e-commerce business operators” as Taobao and JD.com since the new e-commerce policy comes into force on the first day of 2019. Under this new regulation, they need to make market entity […]
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Centennials is already an economic powerhouse globally as the population born after 1997 now accounts for 35% of the world’s total population. In China, this cohort is generally a combination of post-95s and post-00s. They are quickly becoming the mainstream of Chinese consumers as well. 40% of Chinese consumers will be from these two age […]
The emerging e-commerce has a great impact on the traditional retail industry, which has slowed down its developing pace and started to arrange offline sales since 2017. Seamless integration of online and offline shopping has become a trend, more and more retailers think consumer experience and efficiency important. However, they need to know more about consumers in […]
Not long after Facebook’s Hangzhou subsidiary launch, Google was reported to be planning a launch of a censored search engine in China. A poll was created on Weibo asking “if Google returns to China, which will you choose between Google and Baidu?”. 72.8% voted for Google.
Consumers haven’t realized how deeply digital screens impact their daily lives, especially on weekdays according to Wavemaker. As Tier 3-4 markets’ usage has caught up, we believe that the “always on” consumer is now mainstream. This indicates digital screens’ much wider and deeper influence in China cross different regions and market tiers than ever before. […]
In the first half of 2017, financial management software and mobile apps continued to develop, while offline providers of such services have shifted from opposition into a more productive mindset seeking partnerships and cooperation even as interest rates in online loan and savings applications fall.
The proportion of lifestyle content sharing from mobile apps in China kept increasing in the twelve months ending in March 2017 while games and shopping categories shrank. WeChat is the top channel of mobile sharing in China. The number of sharing to WeChat friends (chats) exceeded that of WeChat Moments (social networking section on WeChat) […]
iQiyi ranks on top in China’s mobile video category with 245.61 million active users in Feb 2017, followed by Tencent Video, Youku, Letv, and Mango TV.
Weibo, short for MicroBlog, is one of the top social networking website in China with 313 million monthly active users. Users can publish posts and follow other users, celebrities, businesses, and government agencies on Weibo. WhatsAppShareEmailTweetShare
76.2% China internet users share on social media while 21% only read the shared content and never share, according to a survey by Penguin Intelligence.
Stephen Hawking published his first post on his verified Weibo account on the morning of 12 April 2016 recalling his deep friendship with China and hoping to share more about his life and work.
Tencent released Tencent Entertainment Whitepaper several recently and highlighted entertainment activities of the post-90s. 211 million Chinese post-90s make up 15.4% of the total population in China according to National Bureau of Statistics in 2015. Realize preferences and behaviors of the post-90s will help media, companies and advertisers grab the commanding point.
China’s outbound free & easy trip market reached 930 billion yuan (US$142.53 billion) with over 80 million person-trips in 2015. China’s domestic free & easy travel market totaled 3 trillion yuan (US$0.46 trillion) with 3.2 billion person-trips in 2015 according to Lvmama.
Business social networking is growing fast in China nowadays. According to Tencent’s latest research, 52.9% respondents used business communication tools in their companies in 2014 including Tencent RTX, Enterprise Fetion, Enteprise QQ as well as Netease EIM.
“2015 Let Hongbao Fly” campaign, jointly started by Weibo and Alipay, indicates the start of virtual Hongbao (or Red Envelope) war for Chinese New Year 2015.